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post #11 of 258 (permalink) Old 05-25-2020, 07:52 AM
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Can you run Prime95 at those settings, even with 256-bit instructions (AVX/AVX2/FMA) disabled?
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post #12 of 258 (permalink) Old 05-25-2020, 09:47 AM
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Well this is very exciting.

I bought a 3900X back when they first dropped down to around $400. Perhaps that was AMD trying to clear out stock? In anticipation of an XT version with more mature silicon?

I hoped AMD was going to release a version of the 3900X and 3950X with two "good" CCDs, but if the "good" CCD can also hit 4.6GHz on all its cores then that's even more than I'd hoped for. How fun would that be?

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See if you can break 540 in CB 20 single core. I finally did last night.
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See if you can break 540 in CB 20 single core. I finally did last night.
OP is using a 100$ motherboard.

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OP is using a 100$ motherboard.
But it's also only a 3600.

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But it's also only a 3600.
If it is on a motherboard like yours, it should be easy (easier).

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If it is on a motherboard like yours, it should be easy (easier).
If he can hit 4.6GHz on all cores with the board he has -- I don't know why you think it would be the limiting factor to getting a slightly higher CB 20 single-core score.

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If he can hit 4.6GHz on all cores with the board he has -- I don't know why you think it would be the limiting factor to getting a slightly higher CB 20 single-core score.
Obviously the chip still has to give. The motherboard is limiting it. Like i said, if op has a Hero, 4.7GHz would be easy for C20. Can you run 4.7GHz?

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Obviously the chip still has to give. The motherboard is limiting it. Like i said, if op has a Hero, 4.7GHz would be easy for C20. Can you run 4.7GHz?
I don't see OP mentioning that his motherboard was the limiting factor. I don't understand why you're saying that.

And I don't have a CPU that can do 4.6GHz all-core on a CCD like OP does. When my CPU hits 4.7GHz it isn't under a CB 20 load. It's when opening up Chrome or something like that. The fastest I observed running CB 20 single-core bench was maybe 4.65GHz with an ambient room temp around 19*C ~ 20*C.

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That's the second 3600 4.6ghz all core I've seen around. what about prime?

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