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post #171 of 201 (permalink) Old 07-15-2018, 07:33 AM
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Office 2019 64bit 43.3 Seconds



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OK, its been a while and there has been some activity on this board so I have updated the master spreadsheet.

@Happy Heppo, nice increase with the 32 to 64 bit change.
@ftln , I am super happy to see this. I won one of the 8086K chips in the intel giveaway and am upgrading my 5930k. Blazing time! What tool did you use for your delid? I am running a custom loop and I plan to delid immediately. What voltage did it take to get 5ghz?
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OK, its been a while and there has been some activity on this board so I have updated the master spreadsheet.

@Happy Heppo, nice increase with the 32 to 64 bit change.
@ftln , I am super happy to see this. I won one of the 8086K chips in the intel giveaway and am upgrading my 5930k. Blazing time! What tool did you use for your delid? I am running a custom loop and I plan to delid immediately. What voltage did it take to get 5ghz?
@ every one else, nice work!!
Just a plain old razor-blade, really easy to do if you have steady hands, volts for 5ghz are 1.2v avx stable :

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Just a plain old razor-blade, really easy to do if you have steady hands, volts for 5ghz are 1.2v avx stable :
[email protected] is pretty amazing IMO. Did you attach your waterblock directly to the naked CPU die, or is there some kind of copper spacer that you need to put in between?

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Yeah!

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CPU:i9-8950HK
#Cores: 6(12)
CPU clock speed: 2,9 GHz
Total system memory: 32GB
memory speed: 2400 MHz
Excel version: 2016
32/64 bit: 64
time to sort (in seconds): 42.07
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post #176 of 201 (permalink) Old 11-26-2018, 11:22 AM
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Benchmark

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post #177 of 201 (permalink) Old 11-26-2018, 11:55 AM
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time to sort (in seconds): 91.27
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Office 2019 64bit 43.3 Seconds



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Is there some crazy improvement in 2019 or did you manage some sort of optimization

also I tried today again on 2016 with R7 2700X on 32 bit (Windows 7 so timer has to be right) and somehow I obtained 135 seconds without overclocks
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It doesn't respond to core count at all, I tried using downcore control to turn my R7 2700X to a 4+0 (eliminate cross-CCX latency) and all that did was make the time within 1 second. Dropping to 3+3 (emulating a R7 2600X more or less) yielding ~ 134 seconds (133.93). Disabling SMT resulted in a similar score.

Also tried on the i5-2500K system that has 64 bit Excel and it seems to have the same improvement in times even with Spectre/Meltdown Windows patches. Maybe Windows 7 updates have changed something because I didn't do anything on either system. I find it odd that an old i5 would be able to match a i7-4770K clocked higher.
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Office 2019 64bit 43.3 Seconds
WOW, good work!!! Office 2019 is finally utilizing cores or what? If 5G 6-core beating 6.9g 4-core, I wonder where the scaling stops. I have some high core chips but how do I get my hands on office 2019 now

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Impossible to beat the 8086k score of 43s or even repeat it !
I'm now testing with my 9900k @5GHZ and can only get a 48.8:
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