Cinebench Benchmarking and Ranking Thread !!!

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    Testing 7980XE .... easy on cache and ram for daily settings

    4632 - aussie-revhead - Intel 7980XE - 4700 1.200v - Asus X299 Deluxe - Kingston 4000 B-die @ 3600-17-18-18 - custom water with direct die cooling

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    This isnt cooling right, so temp limited max clock:

    4687 - aussie-revhead - Intel 7980XE - 4800 1.260v - Asus X299 Deluxe - Kingston 4000 B-die @ 3600-17-18-18 - custom water with direct die cooling

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    OK more testing:

    4743 - aussie-revhead - Intel 7980XE - 4800 1.260v - Asus X299 Deluxe - Kingston 4000 B-die @ 4000-17-17-17 - custom water with direct die cooling

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    Max for me:

    4881 - aussie-revhead - Intel 7980XE - 4900 1.310v - Asus X299 Deluxe - Kingston 4000 B-die @ 4000-16-16-16 - custom water with direct die cooling

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    2051 - Bold Eagle - AMD 3700X - 4.3GHz ~1.4v - ASUS ROG STRIX X570-E - Crucial 3200 E-die @ 3600-16-19-16 1.4v - Alphacool Eisbaer 240mm Liquid CPU Cooler

    First n00b run will see what I can do when I'm sober (try tightening these timings further).

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    Nice Job :thumbup:



    Wow, that's some crazy settings on water though. What happened? :confused:
     
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    It would have benched 54x 8c16t 1.5v this one. Near getting passes some core 90c ... but that can be unstable modern processor. Your 4790K could be better 80c above
    Temp challenged on my limited testing. It just shit itself it was not treated bad yet. :Paranoid::lol: el junk to return

    edit. Haha. This run well it's only 4 cores no HT ... this is a grueling test @ that speed.
    Why some members scores break. That's under 1.5v no LLC advantage
    https://hwbot.org/submission/4187177_avalanche_mathbenchmark_core_i5_7640x_36549_points
     
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    HAHAHA oh dear!
     
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    Oh dear indeed. Trust me it needed to die. :) Junk
     
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    OK new PB for this cpu:

    3888 - aussie-revhead - Intel 7940X - 5000 1.380v - Asus X299 Deluxe - Kingston 4000 B-die @ 4000-17-17-17 - custom water with direct die cooling

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    Edit: bit better again:

    3902 - aussie-revhead - Intel 7940X - 5000 1.380v - Asus X299 Deluxe - Kingston 4000 B-die @ 4000-15-15-15 - custom water with direct die cooling

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    Multiple Thread - Daily Clocks

    4701 - Dannyboi - Intel 7980XE - 4.7GHz @ 1.19v - EVGA X299 Dark - Team Group Xcal @ 4000-17-18-18 - 38 - 2T - custom water / direct die

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    Multiple Thread - Open Clocks.


    5038 - Dannyboi - Intel 7980XE - 5GHz @ 1.36v - EVGA X299 Dark - Team Group Xcal @ 4000-14-14-14 - 28 - 1T - custom water / direct die

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    Great score mate, updated.

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    This is interesting.

    Here's my results running Cinebench under Wine on KDE Neon 5.17.2 on a dual X5675 system with 24GB of registered ECC ram everything @ stock:

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    Linux if faster no doubt. Cannot be run HWbot as unfair advantage to previous scores Windows
     
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    No doubt, I just thought it was interesting.
     
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    Looks like those X5675's are locked at 3333Mhz, in comparison my processors are running at totally stock clocks using the performance governor under Linux. I'm quite sure that if I could lock the clocks to 3333Mhz on this Dell workstation I'd beat that score.

    Running a Windows native application under Linux.
     
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    Here's another bench, slightly higher, once again totally stock. CPU-X seems to misreport the code name of my processors.

    This isn't some stripped out OS running as a benching queen, this is my daily PC just firing up an instance of Cinebench for the hell of it.

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    2229 - Scum - Intel 9900KS - 5000 1.25v - Asus Maximus X Apex - Gskill Trident Z 3600 @ 4000-16-16-16 - custom water

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