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10-22-2019 07:44 PM
JustinThyme
Quote: Originally Posted by os2wiz View Post
Yours is running on an HEDT motherboard with quad channel memory. If I had quad channel memory, with 2 less cores and a more highly binned 3rd generation threadripper chip, I would be right up there with you. AMD large core count chips are NOW more efficient than their Intel counterparts, they have higher IPC and more efficient SMT. Please stop burying your head in the sand.
Yeah, yeah. Always the same story from the cheap seats. If I had blah blah blah. Its always a back and forth between intel and AMD, thats what keeps people buying new hardware. I was a die hard AMD for a long time but got tired of always falling behind like a week after the most recent update. Even ran Dual AMD CPUs and still got stomped.
10-22-2019 06:04 PM
os2wiz
Quote: Originally Posted by JustinThyme View Post
Not bad at all but dont know about it destroying a 9980Xe. I get right at 9K with two more cores on a 9940X.

This is a good tool to tweak your system to get the most out of what you have. I try to avoid conjecture. Higher core counts AMD or intel are pretty competitive core for core. Its about getting the clocks up on all cores and tweaking the ram in. I think my first run on a 14 core processor was right about where you are.
Yours is running on an HEDT motherboard with quad channel memory. If I had quad channel memory, with 2 less cores and a more highly binned 3rd generation threadripper chip, I would be right up there with you. AMD large core count chips are NOW more efficient than their Intel counterparts, they have higher IPC and more efficient SMT. Please stop burying your head in the sand.
10-18-2019 11:23 PM
JustinThyme
Quote: Originally Posted by os2wiz View Post
I amposting my cinebench 20 done on my MSI X570 ACE motherboard Ryzen 9 3900X cpu at 4.3 GHZ with 32 GB ddr4dimms running at 3733mhjz CL16-16-17-17. If it had the same core count as the 9980XE it would destroy it.
Not bad at all but dont know about it destroying a 9980Xe. I get right at 9K with two more cores on a 9940X.

This is a good tool to tweak your system to get the most out of what you have. I try to avoid conjecture. Higher core counts AMD or intel are pretty competitive core for core. Its about getting the clocks up on all cores and tweaking the ram in. I think my first run on a 14 core processor was right about where you are.
10-17-2019 07:59 PM
J7SC
Quote: Originally Posted by os2wiz View Post
I amposting my cinebench 20 done on my MSI X570 ACE motherboard Ryzen 9 3900X cpu at 4.3 GHZ with 32 GB ddr4dimms running at 3733mhjz CL16-16-17-17. If it had the same core count as the 9980XE it would destroy it.
Very nice !
10-17-2019 07:01 PM
os2wiz I amposting my cinebench 20 done on my MSI X570 ACE motherboard Ryzen 9 3900X cpu at 4.3 GHZ with 32 GB ddr4dimms running at 3733mhjz CL16-16-17-17. If it had the same core count as the 9980XE it would destroy it.
10-13-2019 03:56 PM
Forsaken1 Picked this 3600x up today.
4008 multi score.
Will not take my image.......Research time.
10-11-2019 05:32 PM
cowboy44mag Ok, just pushed my system a little harder. Now am pushing 1.34V (CPU sensor) and have one CCX at 4.425Ghz and one CCX at 4.45Ghz.


R7 3800X one CCX 4.425Ghz, one CCX 4.45Ghz:
10-11-2019 03:36 PM
cowboy44mag Ok, I've been working on maxing my overclock, but I think with my current motherboard I am close to the limit of what I can push. I've overclocked my RAM to 3733Mhz CL 14, I've lowered my Vcore and increased the LLC to level 5 and I am using a voltage offset. My core voltage now is at 1.337V and under full load I see VDDCR CPU voltage of 1.373V, at rest I register ~0.5V. I am overclocked to 4.4Ghz in bios and have further overclocked my fastest CCX to 4.45Ghz.


R7 3800X one CCX 4.4Ghz the other at 4.45Ghz:
10-10-2019 11:17 PM
hickelpickle i9 9900 4.7/5.1 | 5439
10-10-2019 10:56 AM
chessmyantidrug I was having some troubles with temperatures for the last few weeks so I didn't want to post my score, but I got my heatsink reseated and temperatures are finally within expectations.



I'm going to toy around with overclocking and/or undervolting on my days off to see if I can't optimize performance any further.
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