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06-15-2020 05:23 PM
WannaBeOCer CPU: 9900k
#Cores: 8
CPU clock speed: 5.2Ghz
Total system memory: 32GB
memory speed: 3200Mhz CL 15
LibreOffice Calc Version: 6.4.1.2
32/64 bit: 64 bit
time to sort (in seconds): 9
06-15-2020 05:08 PM
shaoxuan I updated my RAM on my Zen 2, see Entry 7

CPU: 3800X Zen 2 / 9900K
Clock speed stock: 3.9 GHZ, 4.475 GHZ Boost / 3.6 GHz, 4.7 GHz Turbo
Memory: 2x8GB CL14 3200MHz / 2x8GB CL19 3600MHz
Office 365, Excel, Version 1902: 64 bit (same)
Time: 47.39 secs / 50.79 secs


What really baffles me, and I think there must've been an update to Excel is that:
1. 9900K tested on 4 May, 50.71 (I cant recall the Excel version)
2. 9900K tested on 30 July, 50.79
3. 2700X tested on 29 Apr, 95+ (I cant recall the Excel version)
4. 3800X tested on 29 July, 47.39
5. 3800X tested on July 29, 47.39s (and was usually within this range) - using a Gigabyte X470 Aorus Gaming 7 WiFi
6. 3800X tested on 3 Sep, 50.6s - using a Gigabyte X570 Aorus Master (updated BIOS)
7. 3800X tested on 16 Jul, 44.83 - using a Gigabyte X570 Aorus Master (updated BIOS), 4x8GB CL16 RAM
02-11-2020 11:39 AM
Melan I ran it in libre office on Mid 2012 Macbook Air. Result was 62 seconds. Comparing it to the results in OP, I doubt very seriously that it is correct lmao.
01-29-2020 02:16 PM
Prophet4NO1 Hmmm... kinda want to try this, but I use Libre office. Not rusre how usefull my numbers will be for you.
01-29-2020 01:12 PM
LicSqualo Hello,
just to share my results:

CPU: Ryzen 7 1700
#Cores: 8 (16 threads)
CPU clock speed: 4.065 GHz
Total system memory: 16 MB
memory speed: 3500 MHz (14-13-13-13-22-36-252 1t)
Excel version: Excel for Office Professional Plus 2019
32/64 bit: 64 bit
time to sort (in seconds): 67.7
01-29-2020 12:31 PM
johako
Quote: Originally Posted by johako View Post

CPU: 3770K
#Cores: 4
CPU clock speed: 4.5 Ghz
Total system memory: 24 GB
Memory speed: DDR3-2200-10-12-12-30
Excel version: 2010
32/64 bit: 32 bit
Time to sort (in seconds): 155.68 s

CPU load stayed almost stable at 20 % during the benchmark.
I tried it again. Same hardware system but updated office and 50% faster:

Excel version: 2016
32/64 bit: 64 bit
Time to sort (in seconds): 81.73 s
01-27-2020 05:49 PM
Keosoft Hi, my speed:

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CPU: Ryzen 5 2400G
#Cores: 4 (8 threads)
CPU clock speed: 3.13 GHz
Total system memory: 16 MB
memory speed: 2934 MHz (according to AIDA64 v5.70.3800)
Excel version: Excel for Office 365 (I think = 2016)
32/64 bit: 32 bit
time to sort (in seconds): 237
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Note: I do not overclock. When running the bench, Excel drives all 8 threads to max. 33%


Keosoft
01-16-2020 05:50 AM
OrangeBoy
i7-8650U on Office 365

CPU: i7-8650U
#CPU cores: 4
CPU clock speed: 1.9GHz
Total system memory: 16GB
Excel ver: Office 365
Time to sort (in seconds): 72.2 seconds
12-27-2019 05:26 PM
tact220
Quote: Originally Posted by ftln View Post
Stock 3950x
May i know which version/build of excel are u using? and ram? thxthx

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Update: From the previous posts I guess u are using excel 2019 64 bits, may i ask whether u can try the same test using 3950x but using single thread? I am very curious on how 3950x perform in spreadsheet that has a highly sequential calculation chain which has no benefit in using multi core..........appreciate that!

And do u think the performance will go sub 40s if PBO is enabled?

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For my stone age PC (Q9450) + Excel 2016 64 bits
If multi core/threading is on: 287s
If multi core/threading is off: 272s

Weird.
12-13-2019 03:53 PM
ftln Stock 3950x
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