Leaked Benchmarks Indicate IPC Rocket Lake-S to be slower than AMD Ryzen 5000

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  1. kapu

    kapu Ancient Guru

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    AMD requiers expert knowlege :

    Expert knowlege =
    1. Buy decent 3600 Kit
    2. SET XMP profile and make sure MCLK is 1:1 FCLK ( which 90%+ of mobos set it by default).
    3. Profit.
     
  2. kakiharaFRS

    kakiharaFRS Master Guru

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    so you're leaving cpu voltage stock really ? AMD Ryzen is what started the undervolting trend, Intel has higher voltages stock too but nowhere near as bad as AMD where you can actually overclock with less voltage than stock
    also inRyzen 3000 AMD had this awful link between cpu performance and win10 OS energy profiles which was a BIG problem, maybe they fixed that with the 5000 ?
     
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    You clearly don't understand the architecture Intel is working on. It isn't just atom cores.
     
  4. kapu

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    I'm talking average joe . Average joe doesn't need to change anything. Of course undervolt gives very nice results ,most Ryzen chips tend to be overvolted on stock.
     

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    Yes all my recently upgraded hardware is now completely out of stock everywhere i looked in UK sites - 3070, 5950X, and Hero VIII motherboard - seems every enthusiast wants the same stuff.
     
  6. kapu

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    It seems it worse than we imagined :



    At least its not intel to blame :)
     
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    Per core OC auto on my 11700k

    IS this bad, or is it OK compared to 5800x?

    Some (everyone here) say Rocket Lake sux, so it better not be good

    CB 23 per core oc Auto 4800mhz memory.PNG

    11700k 8 core Timespy cpu score
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    The power of Rocket Lake looks to be the strong memorycontroller:
    Laughing @ reviewers that running 3200mhz memory :p
    [​IMG]
     
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  8. nizzen

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    Is Rocket Lake 11700k running hot @ 5ghz all core with 360 Aio?
    1.28vcore Load

    5ghz all core CB 23 TEMP.PNG
     
  9. kapu

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    It is cool story. Good for You. But that is far from stock. Its like testing heavy undervolted zen3 running 2000 fclk. You can dish out alot of free performance but it is far from " out of the box" experience.
    Most reviews don't even use PBO on Zen3. When it is free 5-10% performance...
     
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    I don't care about stock, never did :)

    My 5900x is far from stock, and drawing about 320w full load :cool:
     

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    @nizzen

    what's cinebench15 and cpu-z single core score at those settings?
     
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    A 10900k at 5.1 only scores slightly higher, so Rocket Lake is pretty good considering its only 8 core, 16 thread.
     
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    So true! I'd stated in other threads/forums that I can actually get an RX6900 XT or an RTX 3090 from some of the brick and mortar shops in the local tech mall. But, if you're aiming for the RX 6800/6800 XT or the RTX 3080/3070/3060 Ti, then you're outta luck. I've been informed that the recently released RX 6700 XT is also available (a guy posted that he'd gotten a Nitro+ RX 6700 XT for 741USD (present exchange rate), that's a smidgen above 50% price premium!!!).
     
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  14. kapu

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    I'm between , im all in for extra free performance that i can get out of tuning. But when that comes with high expense of power and temperatures i'm out.

    Just few weeks ago i tweaked the crap out of my 5600X and my B-dies , just to realise i don't need it "yet". So i run 5600X at stock + auto oc from asus , works pretty well , at least i can run 2000 FCLK without WHEA ( btw. it seems WHEA errors are casued by PBO boost algoritms when high FCLK is involed - above 1800).
     
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    What it is?

    It clearly says gracemont cores. So if you expect anything better, good luck.

    https://en.wikichip.org/wiki/intel/microarchitectures/gracemont

    Gracemont is the successor of tremont, another atom cpu.
     

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