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post #81 of 89 (permalink) Old 08-30-2019, 01:10 AM
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Interesting! You managed to score better than me with slower memory! How does that work out? Do you have an CPU OC?

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| OCN username | CPU                    | Threads | CPU frequency OC | RAM frequency OC | RAM (CL) | Decompression MIPS   |
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| buser        | Core i9 7980XE         | 36      | 4.2GHz           | 3000MHz          | 15       | 158,746 (v.18.05)    |
| crakej       | Ryzen 9 3900X          | 24      | 4625 MHz         | 4466MHz          | 18 (CR2) | 151,548 (v.19.00)    |
| braincracking| Ryzen 9 3900X          | 24      | 4225 MHz         | 3532MHz          | 18 (CR1) | 143,732 (v.19.00)    |
| crakej       | Ryzen 9 3900X          | 24      | 4.6GHz           | 3733MHz          | 14       | 133,537 (v.19.00)    |
| DooRules     | Core i9 7980XE         | 36      | 4.7GHz           | 4000MHz          | 16       | 125,571 (v.16.04)    |
| DooRules     | Core i9 7980XE         | 36      | 4.5GHz           | 4000MHz          | 16       | 119,726 (v.16.04)    |
| Jpmboy       | Core i9 7980XE         | 36      | 4.5GHz           | 4000MHz          | 16       | 114,481 (v.16.04)    |
| Tamalero     | Threadripper 1950X     | 32      | 4.0GHz           | 3066MHz          | 16       | 100,579 (v.16.04)    |
| gupsterg     | Threadripper 1950X     | 32      | 3.95GHz          | 3200MHz          | 14       | 100,067 (v.16.04)    |
| CJMitsuki    | Ryzen 7 2700X          | 16      | 4515 MHz         | 3568MHz          | 14       | 96,474 (v.18.05)     |
| RealSteelH6  | Ryzen 7 3700X          | 16      | 4.2GHz           | 3000MHz          | 15       | 92,880 (v.19.00)     |
| Clukos       | Ryzen 7 2700X          | 16      | 4300 MHz         | 3467MHz          | 14       | 89,561 (v.18.05)     |
| rdr09        | Ryzen 7 2700           | 16      | 4000 MHz         | 3466MHz          | 14       | 84,054 (v.18.05)     |
| cssorkinman  | Ryzen 7 1800X          | 16      | 4172 MHz         | 3200MHz          | 14       | 83,358 (v.18.05) (1) |
| cssorkinman  | Ryzen 7 1800X          | 16      | 4172 MHz         | 3200MHz          | 14       | 81,761 (v.18.05)     |
| rdr09        | Ryzen 7 2700           | 16      | 3900 MHz         | 3200MHz          | 14       | 79,158 (v.18.05)     |
| rdr09        | Ryzen 7 2700           | 16      | 3200 MHz         | 2400MHz          | 16       | 66,483 (v.18.05)     |
| inedenimadam | Core i7 6800K          | 12      | 4200MHz          | 3200MHz          | 16       | 53,618 (v.18.05)     |
| Blameless    | Core i7 5820K          | 12      | 4.3GHz           | 2666MHz          | 12       | 51,235 (v.18.05)     |
| DStealth     | Core i7 8700K          | 12      | 5552MHz          | 4000MHz          | 16       | 49,426 (v.16.04)     |
| NickF        | Ryzen 7 1700           | 16      | 3.8GHz           | 3200MHz          | 14       | 47,996 (v.16.04)     |
| RealSteelH6  | Core i5 8600K          | 6       | 4.6GHz           | 3200MHz          | 14       | 47,152 (v.18.05)     |
| Blameless    | Xeon X5670 Westmere-EP | 12      | 4.41GHz          | 2100MHz          | 10       | 46,441 (v.18.05)     |
| cssorkinman  | AMD FX-9370 Vishera    | 8       | 5016MHz          | 2400MHz          | 11       | 46,251 (v.18.05)     |
| Blameless    | Core i7 5820K          | 12      | 4.3GHz           | 2666MHz          | 12       | 38,268 (v.16.04)     |
| Barefooter   | Core i7-4790K          | 8       | 4.8GHz           | 2400MHz          | 10       | 37,400 (v.18.05)     |
| Diablosbud   | Ryzen 5 1600           | 12      | 3.875GHz         | 3200MHz          | 14       | 36,784 (v.16.04)     |
| cssorkinman  | Core i7 2600K          | 8       | 4090MHz          | 1600MHz          | 11       | 34,118 (v.18.05)     |
| cssorkinman  | Core i7 3770k          | 8       | 4090MHz          | 1862MHz          | 11       | 31,216 (v.18.05)     |
| RealSteelH6  | Core i7 4710HQ         | 8       | 3.50GHz          | 1600MHz          | 11       | 25,704 (v.18.05)     |
| Sanmayce     | Core i5 7200U          | 4       | 3093MHz          | 2133MHz          | 15       | 14,061 (v.18.05)     |
| Sanmayce     | Core i5 7200U          | 4       | 3093MHz          | 2133MHz          | 15       | 9,056 (v.16.04)      |
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>Very pleased to have displaced all those intels and Threadrippers. Sweet

Sweet indeed, imagine for a moment those hundreds of dollars spent in overpricing, how much more other components one could buy - ROBBERISM in action.

>Lets hope Igor takes up your suggestion - it makes perfect sense.

Nah, Igor Pavlov is quite aware of what I suggested, not implementing on the spot (the add-on is FEW LINES of code) tells me he is reluctant to do so, don't know why.
To me, currently his benchmark is not refined and has some major flaws as this MAX MIPS missing, grmbl.
Won't give feedback to him again.

>Wanted to see what happens with higher speed memory profile on my 3900X...

CRAZY GOOD!

Many thanks crakej,
your attempt is so informative and proves the statements "Decompression is mainly RAM stressing (and the whole cache hierarchy)", you nailed it.

@braincracking

Thank you man, so glad you also shared your superb "digits".

Both your results enriched the roster nicely.

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No idea, I have PBO on and am running it under water. For the memory its an odd multiplier cause I could just not reach 3600 stable. One thing that comes to my mind, did you set IF 1:1 with the memory? That makes a difference.

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Interesting! You managed to score better than me with slower memory! How does that work out? Do you have an CPU OC?

Great score though!

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Quote: Originally Posted by Sanmayce View Post

>Very pleased to have displaced all those intels and Threadrippers. Sweet

Sweet indeed, imagine for a moment those hundreds of dollars spent in overpricing, how much more other components one could buy - ROBBERISM in action.

>Lets hope Igor takes up your suggestion - it makes perfect sense.

Nah, Igor Pavlov is quite aware of what I suggested, not implementing on the spot (the add-on is FEW LINES of code) tells me he is reluctant to do so, don't know why.
To me, currently his benchmark is not refined and has some major flaws as this MAX MIPS missing, grmbl.
Won't give feedback to him again.

>Wanted to see what happens with higher speed memory profile on my 3900X...

CRAZY GOOD!

Many thanks crakej,
your attempt is so informative and proves the statements "Decompression is mainly RAM stressing (and the whole cache hierarchy)", you nailed it.

@braincracking

Thank you man, so glad you also shared your superb "digits".

Both your results enriched the roster nicely.
And we are VERY happy to oblige by knocking them out! It's an interesting benchmark - MIPS used to be quite easy in the 8/16 bit days with simpler instructions sets which took one clock cycle or more to execute. It's interesting that Igor is using compression as an indicator of MIPs. With a sub-section of instructions its much easier on modern CPUs to compare across different hardware. Like you say, it's definitely using memory and cache, making it a brilliant gen purpose test which gives a reasonable indication of the system performance.

Of course I'm always working on improving things - it's early days yet for this CPU - I think I can squeeze much more out of it and my memory. Will update here when I make any improvements!

@braincracking yes, 1:1 @ 3733. Any higher than that, I have to leave IF @ 1866 which is highest it goes on my CPU.

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... It's interesting that Igor is using compression as an indicator of MIPs. With a sub-section of instructions its much easier on modern CPUs to compare across different hardware. Like you say, it's definitely using memory and cache, making it a brilliant gen purpose test which gives a reasonable indication of the system performance...
Hm, regarding a benchmark reporting Instructions-Per-Second, false humbleness aside, no one made more EXACT reporter than my 'Freaky_Dreamer' benchmark:
https://www.overclock.net/forum/21-b...l#post26663593

If you read 1st post in that thread, you can see the branchless decompression loop - this I call BRILLIANT, because no conditional jumps are made, thus exact number of instructions can be reported not as 7zip's approximate FLUCTUATING reports.

By the way I intend to start a new thread which will feature the BEST open-source [de]compressor - Zstd, Yann's work amazes. Maybe after some hours.

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And here I was about to update my numbers lol..
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| OCN username | CPU                    | Threads | CPU frequency OC | RAM frequency OC | RAM (CL) | Decompression MIPS   |
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| Tamalero     | Threadripper 3960X     | 48      | 4.3GHz           | 3600MHz          | 16       | 274,952 (v.19.00)    |
| buser        | Core i9 7980XE         | 36      | 4.2GHz           | 3000MHz          | 15       | 158,746 (v.18.05)    |
| crakej       | Ryzen 9 3900X          | 24      | 4625 MHz         | 4466MHz          | 18 (CR2) | 151,548 (v.19.00)    |
| braincracking| Ryzen 9 3900X          | 24      | 4225 MHz         | 3532MHz          | 18 (CR1) | 143,732 (v.19.00)    |
| crakej       | Ryzen 9 3900X          | 24      | 4.6GHz           | 3733MHz          | 14       | 133,537 (v.19.00)    |
| DooRules     | Core i9 7980XE         | 36      | 4.7GHz           | 4000MHz          | 16       | 125,571 (v.16.04)    |
| DooRules     | Core i9 7980XE         | 36      | 4.5GHz           | 4000MHz          | 16       | 119,726 (v.16.04)    |
| Jpmboy       | Core i9 7980XE         | 36      | 4.5GHz           | 4000MHz          | 16       | 114,481 (v.16.04)    |
| Tamalero     | Threadripper 1950X     | 32      | 4.0GHz           | 3066MHz          | 16       | 100,579 (v.16.04)    |
| gupsterg     | Threadripper 1950X     | 32      | 3.95GHz          | 3200MHz          | 14       | 100,067 (v.16.04)    |
| CJMitsuki    | Ryzen 7 2700X          | 16      | 4515 MHz         | 3568MHz          | 14       | 96,474 (v.18.05)     |
| RealSteelH6  | Ryzen 7 3700X          | 16      | 4.2GHz           | 3000MHz          | 15       | 92,880 (v.19.00)     |
| Clukos       | Ryzen 7 2700X          | 16      | 4300 MHz         | 3467MHz          | 14       | 89,561 (v.18.05)     |
| rdr09        | Ryzen 7 2700           | 16      | 4000 MHz         | 3466MHz          | 14       | 84,054 (v.18.05)     |
| cssorkinman  | Ryzen 7 1800X          | 16      | 4172 MHz         | 3200MHz          | 14       | 83,358 (v.18.05) (1) |
| cssorkinman  | Ryzen 7 1800X          | 16      | 4172 MHz         | 3200MHz          | 14       | 81,761 (v.18.05)     |
| rdr09        | Ryzen 7 2700           | 16      | 3900 MHz         | 3200MHz          | 14       | 79,158 (v.18.05)     |
| rdr09        | Ryzen 7 2700           | 16      | 3200 MHz         | 2400MHz          | 16       | 66,483 (v.18.05)     |
| inedenimadam | Core i7 6800K          | 12      | 4200MHz          | 3200MHz          | 16       | 53,618 (v.18.05)     |
| Blameless    | Core i7 5820K          | 12      | 4.3GHz           | 2666MHz          | 12       | 51,235 (v.18.05)     |
| DStealth     | Core i7 8700K          | 12      | 5552MHz          | 4000MHz          | 16       | 49,426 (v.16.04)     |
| NickF        | Ryzen 7 1700           | 16      | 3.8GHz           | 3200MHz          | 14       | 47,996 (v.16.04)     |
| RealSteelH6  | Core i5 8600K          | 6       | 4.6GHz           | 3200MHz          | 14       | 47,152 (v.18.05)     |
| Blameless    | Xeon X5670 Westmere-EP | 12      | 4.41GHz          | 2100MHz          | 10       | 46,441 (v.18.05)     |
| cssorkinman  | AMD FX-9370 Vishera    | 8       | 5016MHz          | 2400MHz          | 11       | 46,251 (v.18.05)     |
| Blameless    | Core i7 5820K          | 12      | 4.3GHz           | 2666MHz          | 12       | 38,268 (v.16.04)     |
| Barefooter   | Core i7-4790K          | 8       | 4.8GHz           | 2400MHz          | 10       | 37,400 (v.18.05)     |
| Diablosbud   | Ryzen 5 1600           | 12      | 3.875GHz         | 3200MHz          | 14       | 36,784 (v.16.04)     |
| cssorkinman  | Core i7 2600K          | 8       | 4090MHz          | 1600MHz          | 11       | 34,118 (v.18.05)     |
| cssorkinman  | Core i7 3770k          | 8       | 4090MHz          | 1862MHz          | 11       | 31,216 (v.18.05)     |
| RealSteelH6  | Core i7 4710HQ         | 8       | 3.50GHz          | 1600MHz          | 11       | 25,704 (v.18.05)     |
| Sanmayce     | Core i5 7200U          | 4       | 3093MHz          | 2133MHz          | 15       | 14,061 (v.18.05)     |
| Sanmayce     | Core i5 7200U          | 4       | 3093MHz          | 2133MHz          | 15       | 9,056 (v.16.04)      |
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