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post #151 of 385 (permalink) Old 04-01-2019, 11:50 PM
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Fully stable? If so, how did you test the core and uncore stability?

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For 5.1ghz my uncore is 4.9 and for 5.3ghz uncore is 5.0. I have ran the 5.1 in aida64 for a 2 hour stress test, which is stable enough for me as I mainly game on this rig, with light usage of premiere pro. I have only gamed on the 5.3 and didn't have any issue, buuut I don't use that profile often. Honestly this is the first rig I've built and OC, so I am still under the learning curve with tweaking it.
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For 5.1ghz my uncore is 4.9 and for 5.3ghz uncore is 5.0. I have ran the 5.1 in aida64 for a 2 hour stress test, which is stable enough for me as I mainly game on this rig, with light usage of premiere pro. I have only gamed on the 5.3 and didn't have any issue, buuut I don't use that profile often. Honestly this is the first rig I've built and OC, so I am still under the learning curve with tweaking it.
Hi,
The newer versions are pretty good but best stability test I've found is blender and running classroom demo rendering file will cook the cpu for about 10 minutes using render image
If you use render animation it will loop till canceled
That and realbench,

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Does the R20 benefits from faster ram on intel processors?

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yes

Decided to test to see how much, but I just played with timings and left speed alone.

CPU was stock but with +100mhz added on all core turbo (4.8 vs 4.7).

4133 19-19-19-39 auto subs/tertiaries = 4946

4133 16-18-18-34 manual subs/tertiaries = 4953

did three runs and picked the highest from each.
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Here is my 2920X.
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messed around with Blender to see the highest I could get the clock at and complete the run, I thought why not run CB again for giggles
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5820k 4.3ghz 16gb DDR4-2666 = 2663CB
5820K @ 4.2GHz scoring 2951: https://i.imgur.com/2wnRPR9.jpg

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Cache has a fair impact on score.
Seems so.

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With Core2Quad the first core runs the scheduler and splits up tasks to the other cores so it always runs hotter than all other cores by design. Later starting with the first i7's on LGA1366 the scheduler was re-designed and we didn't have that issue anymore.
The scheduler isn't hardware and scheduler overhead is minimal. Even if overhead were higher, it would not be as demanding as most actual work and would actually lower effective utilization of that core during most benchmarks. OSes do tend to schedule threads to the first core first, but this doesn't explain any full load temp differential and I've definitely seen Core 2 Quads whose hottest core was not core 0.

More likely the temperature differential was simply natural variance of the part, either in silicon quality, solder quality, IHS surface (upper or lower), heatsink mount/location of the cooler's heatpipes relative to the cores, or proximity of one side of the chip to a board heat source (some thermal coupling between the board and CPU does exist, so a hot VRM, for example can cause cores on that side to load a few C warmer). Regardless, the temp differential was fairly small and nothing to be overly concerned about.

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update: AMD TR 2950X / 16c/32t @ 4.225 GHz all c / 1.325v --- Cinebench R20 score 8298
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