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post #28 of (permalink) Old 09-03-2019, 12:37 PM
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im sure you appeciate that different benchmarks tax the system in different ways, some more aggressively than others.

What may be stable running cinebench wont be stable running workloads that use AVX2/FMA3,

at least not at the same clock speed and voltage.

There are many complexities involved in achieving a perfect boost algorithm for these CPU's.

When you consider the amount of variables that need to be taken into consideration with regards to implementing an efficient power management infrastructure for the CPU then I for one am quite satisifed that they are doing the best they can and that we will continue to see incremental improvements to the boost behavoir.


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