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post #21 of 32 (permalink) Old 06-18-2019, 11:45 AM
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It's Windows 10 Pro though. I score 31K multicore with a R7 1700X @3.9GHz in Linux so there's room for OS-based improvement. I could see 36K easily happening across entire line of Ryzen 3rd gen 8 cores based on the 15% IPC quoted by AMD.



34K multicore for a 3800X puts it on par with a reference i9-9900k Geekbench4 score.


This score for i9-9900k uploaded today (4.265GHz min clock so doubt it's overclocked) is 36K in Windows 10 Pro http://browser.geekbench.com/v4/cpu/13575498


There's another one in Mac OS that's 39.6K multicore with min clock 4.8GHz http://browser.geekbench.com/v4/cpu/13575408
This 5GHz i9-9900k scored 38.6K multicore in Windows http://browser.geekbench.com/v4/cpu/13574446



Geekbench has some variance probably because the test is short.

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@AlphaC Jesus, someone benching a Ryzen 3600 in a MSI X470 board and running Linux is putting up some mighty impressive scores at 4.4GHz.

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Oh, and they overclocked it to 4.4GHz. No idea what cooling is, but if it's on ambient cooling then WOW!
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About 10% overall IPC gain it seems as I was getting around 5120 / 5150 depending on power states (cpugovernor) and the Linux distro's kernel version (5.0 to 5.1.x). Much of the gain there is also from the ~10% clockspeeds over 1st gen on 14nm.


Linux 5.1.7-1 kernel is already older
https://www.kernel.org/
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Windows just isn't making full use of CPUs in general

Tested my Ryzen 7 2700X yesterday in Windows and it was about 5K single core stock speeds and that isn't a great score.

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Quote: Originally Posted by AlphaC View Post
About 10% overall IPC gain it seems as I was getting around 5120 / 5150 depending on power states (cpugovernor) and the Linux distro's kernel version (5.0 to 5.1.x). Much of the gain there is also from the ~10% clockspeeds over 1st gen on 14nm.


Linux 5.1.7-1 kernel is already older
https://www.kernel.org/
mainline = 5.2
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Windows just isn't making full use of CPUs in general

Tested my Ryzen 7 2700X yesterday in Windows and it was about 5K single core stock speeds and that isn't a great score.
My Windows 10 1903 single-core score is around 5340. So that's at 4.35GHz while the 6440 score is at 4.4GHz. That's close to a 20% IPC improvement though the Linux is probably adding to that as you said.

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Memory is huge part of it, I have my Hynix M die on my R7 2700X. Even with 3200C16 16-16-16-30 it isn't going to outdo a proper B-die kit. I don't think 1usmus owns a Hynix M die kit, because his preset is 16-18-18-36 or something which is the XMP profile more or less.

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Quote: Originally Posted by AlphaC View Post
Memory is huge part of it, I have my Hynix M die on my R7 2700X. Even with 3200C16 16-16-16-30 it isn't going to outdo a proper B-die kit. I don't think 1usmus owns a Hynix M die kit, because his preset is 16-18-18-36 or something which is the XMP profile more or less.
I was just about to say the memory it's running scores a bit lower than what I am running. So I win in the memory speed department so that almost 20% IPC looks a little more realistic for Geekbench 4.

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I think they might be running faster speed due to their higher bandwidth score, but my latency is lower as well as about 400 points higher in multi-core memory score.

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There appears to be another run on the same motherboard, but on Windows that is running 3733MHz. It leads me to believe that the Linux runs are the same user and that those Linux runs were also with 3733MHz RAM. The Windows run isn't at 4.4GHz though.

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Quote: Originally Posted by AlphaC View Post
Memory is huge part of it, I have my Hynix M die on my R7 2700X. Even with 3200C16 16-16-16-30 it isn't going to outdo a proper B-die kit. I don't think 1usmus owns a Hynix M die kit, because his preset is 16-18-18-36 or something which is the XMP profile more or less.
I thought it didn't matter if it's B-die or M-die, if the latencies are the same?

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Okay, just to put these results into perspective. This here is a result with my 2700X at 4.34ghz and memory RRD4 3480 CL14 14 14 28 T1.

https://browser.geekbench.com/v4/cpu/13652402

Obviously single and multicore this processor is way ahead.

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