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01-21-2020 04:03 AM
rluker5 Yeah, I checked the internet and my Stormblood load times weren't anything fancy: http://forum.square-enix.com/ffxiv/t...nchmark-Scores.
At least it was fun for a bit.
01-20-2020 09:59 PM
kithylin
Quote: Originally Posted by rluker5 View Post
You are right it is. And this is just one canned benchmark that does it, and is comparable between computers very easily. It isn't going to encompass all possible scenarios. I just wanted to know if some other Broadwell-c owners were getting results like mine in that benchmark.
What I meant is even on the same computers not everyone is going to have the same background tasks/programs running when playing games. Some have way more than others which would influence the results.
01-20-2020 09:49 PM
rluker5
Quote: Originally Posted by kithylin View Post
"Loading time" is such an arbitrary benchmark that can be influenced by so many different variables. It can't really be compared between computers very easily. Instead you should look at actual throughput at various tasks to compare SSD's.
You are right it is. And this is just one canned benchmark that does it, and is comparable between computers very easily. It isn't going to encompass all possible scenarios. I just wanted to know if some other Broadwell-c owners were getting results like mine in that benchmark.
01-20-2020 08:35 PM
kithylin
Quote: Originally Posted by rluker5 View Post
I have an 840 evo 250GB in the living room pc. Beats Tom's optane. So does the Team group GX1 960GB in my main pc. My 900p optane Beats Tom's 905p 11 seconds to about 18 seconds. It isn't even close. The only ssd I have that loses is the 970 evo in a laptop with a 7700hq cpu.
"Loading time" is such an arbitrary benchmark that can be influenced by so many different variables. It can't really be compared between computers very easily. Instead you should look at actual throughput at various tasks to compare SSD's.
01-20-2020 02:44 PM
diggiddi Total Loading Time 17.608 sec 525GB crucial mx300
01-20-2020 01:52 PM
rluker5
Quote: Originally Posted by kithylin View Post
Exactly which SSD are you using?
I have an 840 evo 250GB in the living room pc. Beats Tom's optane. So does the Team group GX1 960GB in my main pc. My 900p optane Beats Tom's 905p 11 seconds to about 18 seconds. It isn't even close. The only ssd I have that loses is the 970 evo in a laptop with a 7700hq cpu.
01-20-2020 01:25 PM
kithylin
Quote: Originally Posted by rluker5 View Post
Hi, I was wondering if someone else with a 5775c could run the FFXIV Stormblood benchmark installed on any ssd, 1080p max, and windows power plan setting set to high performance and see if their ssd, like mine outperforms everything else on the market compared to Tom's article like mine did in this thread: https://www.overclock.net/forum/225-...-ports-13.html ?
It would be nice to know if the 5775c is so much better than everything else at loading games that a cheapo ssd paired with it is better than a $1000 pcie gen4 ssd with any other cpu. Not like this is the most important thing, but it is something nice.
Exactly which SSD are you using?
01-20-2020 01:05 PM
rluker5 Hi, I was wondering if someone else with a 5775c could run the FFXIV Stormblood benchmark installed on any ssd, 1080p max, and windows power plan setting set to high performance and see if their ssd, like mine outperforms everything else on the market compared to Tom's article like mine did in this thread: https://www.overclock.net/forum/225-...-ports-13.html ?
It would be nice to know if the 5775c is so much better than everything else at loading games that a cheapo ssd paired with it is better than a $1000 pcie gen4 ssd with any other cpu. Not like this is the most important thing, but it is something nice.
01-18-2020 11:07 PM
TwilightRavens
Quote: Originally Posted by BlownGUNSLINGER View Post
@TwilightRavens



On CPU-z there is a benchmark test. I ran my CPU at current settings 40/36/2200CL10 single-channel. my single-core score was 504.2, I then referenced it against the 3700x, in the test itself there is that and other CPUs listed to compare w/ on the app. I looked up the 3700x and it has a max frequency for single-core at 4.4Ghz. The referenced score was 511, which it can equal or surpass at 4.1Ghz.



P.S. I kind of agree w/ getting celeron or something to just give it a test, and go from there.



Alright, I tested at 4.1Ghz, score is/was----------------------------> 517.2


Was looking up some 3800X scores and with non optimized RAM the single core score was 523, with optimized RAM it was 542.
01-18-2020 09:29 PM
BlownGUNSLINGER
IPC and CPU-Z

@TwilightRavens

On CPU-z there is a benchmark test. I ran my CPU at current settings 40/36/2200CL10 single-channel. my single-core score was 504.2, I then referenced it against the 3700x, in the test itself there is that and other CPUs listed to compare w/ on the app. I looked up the 3700x and it has a max frequency for single-core at 4.4Ghz. The referenced score was 511, which it can equal or surpass at 4.1Ghz.

P.S. I kind of agree w/ getting celeron or something to just give it a test, and go from there.

Alright, I tested at 4.1Ghz, score is/was----------------------------> 517.2
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