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*Update* Opteron among all AMD chips not including Ryzen show huge improvements across the board when using higher than default Hypertransport : Northbridge Link rates.

From 2104Mhz HT-NB to 2367-something or other is like another 2GB/s across the memory bandwidth. From 15GB/s to over 17GB/s. I also compared Loose to Timing Timings... As seen in above scores of over 17GB/s... These are comparing Loose vs Tight timings.
Loose

Tight

Loose

Loose

Tight

Tight

Edited by chris89 - 4/19/17 at 6:57am
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So at what clocks & what benchmarks should we do first?
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Cinebench r15, superpi, geekbench 4, cpuz benchmark and passmark are a good way to begin. The only thing is that opteron cannot do well in any test against xeon so maybe there is no point on doing that. 3d mark cpu score can be nice aswell. The big benefit of opteron is ddr3 ram , and even there i can almost get the same result as a newer platform like am3.

I'll post my best results on those mentioned tests.
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Originally Posted by chris89 View Post

*Update* Opteron among all AMD chips not including Ryzen show huge improvements across the board when using higher than default Hypertransport : Northbridge Link rates.

From 2104Mhz HT-NB to 2367-something or other is like another 2GB/s across the memory bandwidth. From 15GB/s to over 17GB/s. I also compared Loose to Timing Timings... As seen in above scores of over 17GB/s... These are comparing Loose vs Tight timings.
Loose

Tight

Loose

Loose

Tight

Tight
purchasing aida64 isn't gonna happen(i'm CHEAP) But, here's some comparisons for ya. Note that the 3 4c/4t cpu's listed are all my e5450's scores.

cpu screenshot was after the save,so it overwrote the 3rd lower result(was like 412)
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note the difference between the i73770 with the gt620 and my e5450 with the mediocre 5770 with a slight OC. kinda makes the point that unless the game is newer and able to take advantage of hyperthreading/more then 4 cores, our xeons are just as good as long as they have the GRAPHICS card to support the game.
morethen double the FPS with half the threads/same amount of cores. biggrin.gif
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Cinebench r15, superpi, geekbench 4, cpuz benchmark and passmark are a good way to begin. The only thing is that opteron cannot do well in any test against xeon so maybe there is no point on doing that. 3d mark cpu score can be nice aswell. The big benefit of opteron is ddr3 ram , and even there i can almost get the same result as a newer platform like am3.

I'll post my best results on those mentioned tests.
Only real problem with Passmark,is it also uses the hdd test as part of the score.THAT's what usually tanks my scores. rolleyes.gif I use old spinning disk drives. wink.gif my scores there are barely in the bottom 1/3 if I'm lucky. Will run again and post whole results for ya's.
Edited by schuck6566 - 4/19/17 at 9:25am
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And 3dmark results for firestrike and API test. (API ought to be added,shows amount of draw calls cpu can handle before dropping below 30FPS)


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Someone better create a table for scores (and links to posts with them), or you guys will drown in results without knowing what's the fastest.
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Someone better create a table for scores (and links to posts with them), or you guys will drown in results without knowing what's the fastest.
LOL, that's the thread creators job. biggrin.gif
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HAHAHA XML? That's a lot of time but yes I hear ya haha... If we were to create a table specifically on one application among many different systems could work?

Check out HD 5800 series on Opteron 1389 3.8Ghz on 2104Mhz HT-NB link... 73.55fps OpenGL Cinebench R15... idk if it's good or horrible





Edited by chris89 - 4/19/17 at 3:15pm
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