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post #7091 of 7924
From what I've seen here in a month, not low at all!
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Again, the fact that I can run 12 threads and get 80gflops but if you run 12 you get less, you must have something wrong
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Again, the fact that I can run 12 threads and get 80gflops but if you run 12 you get less, you must have something wrong

Not anything wrong. A large number of people have this result. Including myself.

Anyone else want to chime in on their results.

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Both with HT set on in BIOS: @ 4GHz /3200 /1600MHz 88824 - Problem size 1024MB

12 threads : 62+GF
6 threads : 80+GF
Time: 15 Seconds

HT OFF IN BIOS

12 threads : 82+GF
6 threads : 82+GF
Time: 10 Seconds

[a couple of passes, not really warmed up]

I think this shows it's a daft way to measure performance across machines.
Edited by gofasterstripes - 6/20/16 at 5:36am
post #7095 of 7924
I think you guys also need to specify the exact version of the benchmark software used, your Windows OS and its service packs and major updates, as well as the CPU model, motherboard, BIOS, heck maybe even the power plan used! And, it indeed looks like the software in focus isn't really adequate for system performance evaluation, sorry for the speak.
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Both with HT set on in BIOS: @ 4GHz /3200 /1600MHz 88824 - Problem size 1024MB

12 threads : 62+GF
6 threads : 80+GF
Time: 15 Seconds

HT OFF IN BIOS

12 threads : 82+GF
6 threads : 82+GF
Time: 10 Seconds

[a couple of passes, not really warmed up]

I think this shows it's a daft way to measure performance across machines.

Yeah it doesn't mean anything to me. I get about 170 gflops on my 1660 but it's no where near that much faster than my x58 system in real world situations. Cinebench is much better for comparing systems, at least it shows the performance you'd get in Cinema 4D.
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@DrKreiger @OCmember Here is what I'm running right now in BIOs:

http://imgur.com/a/ax8PE

If I change my VTT to +150mV instead of +200, then I bluescreen logging into Windows. Right now my VTT is showing 1.392V in HWMonitor. You see anything wrong with what I'm running? My RAM is Crucial Ballistix Tac Tracer 1866.
Edited by Punisher64 - 6/20/16 at 9:53am
post #7098 of 7924
I had a cinebench result, I'll dig it up
post #7099 of 7924
Hi!

Thanks guys for guidance and i'll start my overclocking journey next weekend. My weak spot might be my cooler and it's Noctua nh-c12p. It's tempting to go with that quick and dirty- method but i'll try to learn and move slowly forward. I'm sure I will have lots of questions and problems so i'll let you know whats happening. Cheers!thumb.gif
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@DrKreiger @OCmember Here is what I'm running right now in BIOs:

http://imgur.com/a/ax8PE

If I change my VTT to +150mV instead of +200, then I bluescreen logging into Windows. Right now my VTT is showing 1.392V in HWMonitor. You see anything wrong with what I'm running? My RAM is Crucial Ballistix Tac Tracer 1866.

Man that is some really high VTT/QPI voltage. Have you measured this with a multi meter, if you have measuring points??

I would find the highest speed to run at 1.35 V's or below. I know that you can get away with a decent amount of voltage, if it is kept cool. But 1.4 basically is very high. You could get more performance at 3400 ish uncore, and 4.1 ghz core speed. Where is your Vcore at with these settings?
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