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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 10-22-2018, 01:03 PM - Thread Starter
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Benchmarks to ensure system running in top shape?

I just recently upgraded (specs below) and want to ensure I'm actually getting the performance I should be. Are benchmarks the way to go to ensure this? What ones do you recommend, what about temps and ensuring memory speeds are correct? Thanks in advance for any help, It's been quiet a while since I was really into hardware.

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2500k @ 4.5ghz
8GB DDR3 (2x4gb)
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Cinebench for the CPU/RAM, and Valley Benchmark for the GPU. These are pretty standard, and you can compare them to similar systems to get a baseline. Enjoy your new system! RIP 2500k

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Quote: Originally Posted by gopackersjt View Post
Cinebench for the CPU/RAM, and Valley Benchmark for the GPU. These are pretty standard, and you can compare them to similar systems to get a baseline. Enjoy your new system! RIP 2500k
Thanks for the info. 2500k is still in service, I paired it with a 1060 3gb I got from a friend for my kids first gaming PC.
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post #4 of 9 (permalink) Old 10-22-2018, 02:54 PM
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Cinebench and gaming to test a CPU OC, and if that goes well I run Prime95 for at least 12 hours.

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I doubt anyone cares but I went ahead and ran those benches. Cinebench looks a little low for an 8700k but probably not too out of the ordinary. The valley benchmark seems really high actually. Not sure why that is but regardless I would guess my system is running alright for a stock system.
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Cinebench is a bit low but if you run the test multiple times the score will fluctuate a bit so it's likely fine. RAM speed and any services running in the background are fairly impactful too. Stock 8700K should get ~1450 - 1500.

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Can't access 3DMark11, PCMark Vantage, 3DMark 06, Cinebench and CrystalDiskMark - what benchmarks should I use?

I'm in a similar situation to the OP except my system is an old one.

I have a virtually-brand-new Vista install (don't ask) and I'd like to benchmark it before it enters regular use. But what programs to benchmark it with? I found <a
href="https://www.reddit.com/r/buildapc/wiki/after#wiki_benchmarks "> some recommendations</a> but the sites for 3DMark11, PCMark Vantage, 3DMark 06, Cinebench and CrystalDiskMark are all inaccessible to me. HD Tune has a lot of
limitations on what it can do, Unigine got flagged as "reported as unsafe" (!!) when I downloaded it and ATTO plain doesn't do anything when I execute it.

I'm scratching my head as to where to go from here. Am I the only one who can't access those websites? Is the Unigine Superposition thing a mistake? Is there a reason ATTO isn't working? Are there other benchmarking programs out there I should be using instead? I'm not into this for the bragging rights or gaming, I just want performance baseline I can refer to later should I need to.

Update: I just discovered WinSAT. Maybe this is all I need for basic benchmarks? What do you guys think?
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I've never heard of WinSAT, but there is a variety of benchmarks for CPU/GPU/motherboard/storage/memory hosted on HWBot.

https://hwbot.org/benchmarks

Out of the benchmarks you mentioned: 3DMark11 is cpu bound above 10 cores (or less cores with higher freq), 3DMark06 generally prefers high freq than cores (but both is better), Cinbench works well for CPU performance but not always memory.

DDR2 Frequency 1st Place = 910.1MHz DDR (1820.2MHz) - http://hwbot.org/submission/3589779

Reference Frequency 11th Place = 711.18MHz - https://hwbot.org/submission/3978447_


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