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post #751 of 763 (permalink) Old 05-17-2020, 09:58 PM
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Your SVI2 TFN Vcore is near 1.35V under load? That's a bit on the high side, no? I wouldn't be comfortable running that.
Absolutely not.. but depends on you're temp

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*****SAAAAAAAAAAAALT*****

But man if this comes true Imagine a 4950x 16 cores @ 4.5ghz+ all cores and 17% ipc gain, it would be insane.
Definitely Salt. If its the case though.... But I don't want to be disappointed again, so setting my expectations at 4.4Ghz All Core before hitting wall, and 5 to 7% IPC Gains. If we get that, it would be a decent improvement, especially with the 8 Core CCX's and Cache Improvements. If we get more IPC and/or Clock Speed, then that would be Phenomenal, but won't count on it until chips are in hand. (I remember how bummed so many people were when they realized the 4.6Ghz Boost shown at Computex ended up being only on One Core, not even all cores could hit that high during a single core load, and all Core was much lower, so if we set our self up for realistic improvements, at the very least we won't be disappointed again...

No Doubt, even with just minor improvements, from what we know already about the new CCX Layout and the improvements to Cache, these chips are going to be beasts!

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Cinebench r20, Noctua air cooler, max temp 85C

Overclocked from bios

Note: Have actually managed 10280 - Win10 is an unstable piece of junk software, performance wise.

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post #754 of 763 (permalink) Old 05-18-2020, 01:11 PM
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Cinebench r20, Noctua air cooler, max temp 85C

Overclocked from bios

Note: Have actually managed 10280 - Win10 is an unstable piece of junk software, performance wise.

I bench everyday with the same settings with the same temps and everyday I get a different score ranging between 9500-9900 and single of 480 to 520.

So either have an insanely bloat-free version on another drive or USB drive or live with it as it is.

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I bench everyday with the same settings with the same temps and everyday I get a different score ranging between 9500-9900 and single of 480 to 520.

So either have an insanely bloat-free version on another drive or USB drive or live with it as it is.

Thanks A lot Microsoft
Its about background services, and optimizations.

Here is the difference you are talking about. This was during a benchmark session I had back in January, but this shows the difference between scores, when the only difference is Windows Optimization. This isn't a special boot, this is my Everyday Driver, Windows Installation. The 1st was my highest Score I could achieve with this overclock before going through the trouble of killing Windows Services. The second screenshot is the EXACT SAME Overclock, using the exact same Voltages and settings, the one difference being the Services and Programs I allowed to run in the background (And there was a day in between the Benchmark sessions, hence the 2 degree difference in Room Ambient). All Of the Programs, save for HWinfo (Which will take away from your Score as well) were opened after the fact.

Notice the Power Draw difference between the 2 Runs even though both have the same exact OC. This is because the 2nd Run is also in High Priority Mode with less services battling for clock cycles, allowing it to push the CPU even further. This could be the difference between a Clean Windows Install and a bloated One. Or in my case, and a lot of seasoned benchmarkers case, the difference between closing the services before a benchmark run and putting the Benchmark Program in High Priority Mode, Vs just allowing the services to do what they want. Its insane the difference it makes in scores, but it is pretty big.

Edit: The Power Draw Difference between the 2 after going through my notes was actually because HWinfo was closed during the second test, I did a CB15 run after opening HWinfo before the second screenshot to show approximate Full Temps, but obviously CBR20 draws more power than CBR15, so thats why the difference in Power Draw here. Having HWinfo Closed for the run also definitely helps in having a higher score vs the 1st Run where HWinfo Was Open during the CBR20 Run. (When first Posting this I looked at the screen shots too fast and thought that the second, screenshot had the higher power draw. There would be a higher power draw between the 2 scenarios, but its more in the realm of 5 to 10 watts, not 10 to 15w, so my bad there.

Keep in mind I could still close HWinfo, and use a Completely Clean Windows Install with Explorer Killed, to get an even higher score, but this goes to show you that you don't have to go through that length just to get a good benchmark score, just close ALL Non Essential Windows Services and Programs.

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Just upgraded from my 3900x and NH-D15 to a 3950x and Liquid Freezer II 360. Had a blast tinkering with the 3900x over the last 9 months or so. My daily settings were VCORE SOC - 1.2v, DRAM - 1.5v, DRAM Termination - .750v, FCLK - 1900, VDDP - 1000, VDDG - 1050, PBO 4x scaler 300/230/230. My daily settings would see 7100-7200 scores with a 64ns latency. I was happy with them and sure I left some power on the table. I did OC it to 4.3 all core a few times with a 7700-7800 R20 score.


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Anyways, seems my 3950x can't run 1900 FCLK or I haven't found the sweet settings. I am able to boot with a 1900 FCLK, but get errors and crashes. So for now running 1600 FCLK, Auto voltages, XMP, VDDP - 1000, VDDG - 1050, and PBO 4x scaler 300/230/230. Just ran a Cinebench R20 and hit 9613. How does that rate? My goal is to find something similar to my daily settings on my 3900x. Just wanted to see how well the chip is running as a starting point.


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Hello guys. I do need your expertise in this one. With the attachments available, do you think this is a good system in generel with a ryzen 9 3950x ?

Also have anyone of you tried running prime95 with small fft with avx enabled ?
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this is my run for classroom using blender. Could you please try it out and see if someone scores below 4 minutes flat.
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this is my run for classroom using blender. Could you please try it out and see if someone scores below 4 minutes flat.
Sub four-minute Blender I just ran.


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Sub four-minute Blender I just ran.

i am running lower ccx.
Are you able to run prime95 small ftt with avx2 enabled ?
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