Discussion in 'Benchmark Mayhem' started by -Tj-, Feb 23, 2016.
for reference my 5 year old I7-980 at a stock 3.33GHz
CPU ST = 1236
CPU MT = 7924
Can now validate online.
Windows 10 Anniversary Update got me 250 more MT score? Also on 4.0 temporary as I'm checking if it's my CPU causing some programs to crash (doesn't seem so).
i5 2500k vs i5 6600k
The ever aging i5 750.
Here is Fx 8320e sorry excuse of a cpu slower then 5 year-0ld 980.
MT-6300 @ 4ghz.
Benched my two rigs..Reference was to a i7 6700K..
6950X @ 4.5ghz: CPU-Z Validation
7700K @ 5.0ghz: CPU-Z Validation
my 7 year old xeon w3680@4ghz
Here's my brand new Kaby 7700k@ stock.
This my old notebook but still fast enough for me and my purpose.
i7 3920xm@4200Mhz (4c/8t)link
later i'll edit and upload a comprensive screenshot
chip could probably do 4.2~ghz if i had a better motherboard and better ram.
Doing just fine with FX 8350@4882 MHz
I am very surprised with this score. Not so far behind i7 6700K OC score.
You have kinda low score there, compare to mine.
Update your cpu-z!
these benchmark values are completely different now in new version 1.79
very different measurement cpu-z 1.79 edition
i5 3570k @ 5.0+
Just noticed that.
2500k @ 4.7Ghz
Made a quick comparison between new and old scores, they mentioned problems in CPUZ website and they says the Ryzen processors were affected. I have an older FX, but scores are changed... they "call" Intel before make new methods for testing?
If you see that PassMark comparison, the multithread performance is 124% vs 4GHz 8350 100%. cpubenchmark.net/compare.php?cmp=2565&cmp=1780