Cinebench Benchmarking and Ranking Thread !!!

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  1. zeropluszero

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    The lowest volts I can do stable..albeit a lower score.

    1857 - Intel 5960X - 4600 @ 1.223v - Asus Rampage V Extreme - 2800-15-15-15-37 - Custom Water - IM LATE

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    Very nice im late, is it fully stable at those volts? Thats low enough for a daily clock.

    Jordan - do the full sub mate and I will add it.

    Im away at the moment guys, I will update when I get home.

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    Not fully stable.

    My actual stable 24/7 clock is 4500 core/4500 cache at 1.26v.

    The scores above were of course for.....open multi core..... :lol:
     
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    As expected, fantastic score zero

    Sell me your rams.... :D
     
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    Front page is hard to navigate for classes, but I'll add an all out ambient here from testing the Maximus IX Formula with 4x8gb dimms

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    Aussie, should [DEL]not[/DEL] you be able to get similar air results as zero's ram as you have the same kit?

    EDIT: sorry I meant to type "you" instead of "not"
     
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    With the right board to do those timings, those sticks should easily match.
     
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    I'm pretty sure they'll do like 3000 11-11-11 2T as well.
     
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    I had my Galax doing 3200-11-11-1t last night on Kaby, so very possible to run tighter. Not really that beneficial on Cinebench R15, doesn't seem to be that dependent on Ram timings once you hit a point with them.
     
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    Mine are E die though right? I will push them when I get the R5E running.

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    Pretty sure the are B (zero or headin will most likely correct me or concur).

    But they are sammies...they like volts...push them more...

    Or send them to me and I will show you what they can do.......:lol::tongue::lol::tongue:
     
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    Aussie, if it's the ones you bought from me, they are B-Die man.
     
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    That's inaccurate. B die doesn't like volts. Or cold.
     
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    For your newly created notebook category in which I'll probably be the only entrant :)

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    Daily clocks. Loads of volt and temp headroom to go higher but even at x47 I get SA ICCMax throttle which shaves hundreds of MHz off core + cache and sends scores through the floor and I have no way to address this even with Premamod system BIOS ... the stock Clevo BIOS and vBIOS locks everythingggg down in terms of power limits and can barely fully load a stock 6700K... yet they design it with componentry that can handle a sustained 150W+ to the CPU and 600W+ total system power draw :confused::confused: they joys of notebook compromises

    Cache x42 -150mV, SA -170mV, I/O -160mV too btw it's tuned as far as it'll go, RAM plays funny can't even change one setting (even raising voltage to 1.25V) without a no POST...
     
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