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post #111 of 470
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Stock scores so far: (all scores are the average of all same cpus tested)

total:




multi:




4threaded:




single:



Looking for more scores!
post #112 of 470
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post #113 of 470
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Nice scores! Well over the stockperformance!
post #114 of 470
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Originally Posted by SmileMan View Post

After I update last time, it normally works on your machine. Plz try again and post a pic up of your run + cpu z and taskmanager for core activity .
And yes, I have a downloadpage on guru and uploaded it to some other forums too.

As requested.




This was using 4.2 beta.
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post #115 of 470
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But I meant the monitor (press button to open it)
So I can see over whole test how the usage goes up and down in every thread.
A fact is, the more threads you have, the longer it takes, but the better your score is.

Is this at stockspeed?
post #116 of 470
its a stock speed yes. High perf power option.

I cant fit all the cpu monitors on the screen at once even with small view with resource monitor (unless you know how to make it dual columns). which is why I used the other screen.
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post #117 of 470
Got some results for you.

i5-2510M (stock)



Q9505 stock



Q9505 @3.6GHz



3570K stock



3570K @4.4GHz
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post #118 of 470
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Quote:
Originally Posted by DUST2DEATH View Post

its a stock speed yes. High perf power option.

I cant fit all the cpu monitors on the screen at once even with small view with resource monitor (unless you know how to make it dual columns). which is why I used the other screen.

Your multi took that long because the bench did recognize 16 threads but ran 16 threads on your 8 threads from 1 cpu. Score is ok, because score has a higher scale when having more threads.
Don't know to fix it... How to run the threads on both cpus :S
post #119 of 470
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Originally Posted by ClemC View Post

Got some results for you.

i5-2510M (stock)



Q9505 stock



Q9505 @3.6GHz



3570K stock



3570K @4.4GHz

Thanks!

Now I can add some new cpu's to the list! thumb.gif
post #120 of 470
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what's the real difference between Q9550 and Q9505?
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