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Ryzen 3000 low Cinebench scores.

I have a 3700X and I seem to be getting lower than usual R20 results..

Multi 4820
Single 498

That's with PBO maxed and auto oc 200mhz, temps are I check below 95c at all times and it boosts up to 4.1Ghz

Memory being used is 3600Mhz CL18


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You might be seeing this behavior in Zen2 chips where they "skip clocks" when there isn't enough voltage. You're doing the right thing validating with performance testing. That is key with these processors.

Everything I'm reading says PBO is a failure. Do a manual all core overclock instead.

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Quote: Originally Posted by Speedster159 View Post
I have a 3700X and I seem to be getting lower than usual R20 results..

Multi 4820
Single 498

That's with PBO maxed and auto oc 200mhz, temps are I check below 95c at all times and it boosts up to 4.1Ghz

Memory being used is 3600Mhz CL18
Your scores are about normal for PBO overclocks. In my picture Left is PBO2 and Right is Manual with a Gammax 400 on a X470 Gaming Plus board. Memory 3200mhz cas 16. I "upgraded" to 3600 mhz cas 18 yesterday and zero improvement

PBO2 = 4846 cpu / 502 single
Manual = 5124 cpu / 502 single
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