Cinebench Benchmarking and Ranking Thread !!!

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  1. Ratzz

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    1.26v would be the key there...
     
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    First off. I would not recommend these cpu's. :thumbdn:
    They are frikken hot even with Cinebench 53x as I tried last night idle temps around 30c
    Hyper Thread & that extra heat & voltage. Meh :rolleyes: 9700KF is a better option no HT & easier to cool as the last one was. New owner has dialled in 51x 24/7
    Good for him it was a bargain 3 weeks here & some benches pre tested $500

    I'm Late ... Unlikely the processor will visit for more than a few months. New & shiny always tempting me & 16 core Ryzen 3 will not be long.
    Wintel quake in your boots

    SKITZO ... Nope not impressive temps. Where I live is like desert climate & actually an old sea bed apparently. So that's extremes in weather.
    -8c I will have 6 weeks of that freezing my nuts off racing the computers :D -4c breaks water pipes ...
    https://shop.aquacomputer.de/product_info.php?products_id=3334
    https://shop.aquacomputer.de/product_info.php?products_id=3337
    ^ Those ones from Germany avoids the 19% tax at the time. Not sure how it works now. Ah I run 20% Nulon coolant ie glycol anti freeze
    These big buggers below linked x3 in series. Morrads. This processor will be hooked into that, very soon it's only reliable for 52x otherwise.
    https://watercool.de/en/mo-ra3-0

    As Ratzz says. Partly. Cinebench is a lite test. + it was very cold here that morning. Normal ambient 25c day, load would be like 60c
     
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    Damn that is TOASTY :shock:
     
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    I have a convection stove already :rolleyes: What juice does it suck on the 240v socket?
    9940x + 780ti mild OC load was near on 600 watts.
     
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    2080ti and 9980xe around 800 watts
     
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    Nice..............:thumbup:
     
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    BEHOLD my mighty work PC!

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    Z87-PRO for a work PC? haha...nice
     
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    Z98 :lol: I think you lost your home keys for a sec there ;)
     
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    Ryzen 7 1700 @ 4.03ghz, 16GB DDR4 @ 3266 and ROG Crosshair VI Hero x370 with latest 7002 BIOS
     
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    just a simple typo
     
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    Very good my man :D So you see what doing Enthusiasts scores is like vs
    overclockers in Europe. Passing under 60c is a big advantage
     
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    7 yr old, all AMD tech platform running at stock, all energy saving features turned on in bios.

    1316 - Hotrod2go - AMD FX-8350 - 4.02GHz, 1.38v - Asus Sabertooth 990FX R2.0 - Corsair Vengeance 2x8GB, 2133MHz 11-11-11-27-46 - Cryorig Ultimate R1 (push-pull)

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    Outright with the daily cooling system I have.

    1591 - Hotrod2go - AMD FX-8350 - 4.912GHz, 1.50v (set bios) - Asus Sabertooth 990FX R2.0 - Corsair Vengeance 2x8GB, 2182MHz 11-11-11-27-46 - Cryorig Ultimate R1 (push-pull)

    All relevant cpu-z tabs! :)

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    Decade old AMD tech, mid range hexacore.

    Board only has 4 pin connector for CPU power, obviously not an enthusiasts board.... but it's fun! :D

    1156 - Hotrod2go - AMD Phenom II X6 1055T - 3.52GHz, auto vcore - Asus M4A87TD/USB3 - G.Skill 2x4GB, 1666MHz - 8-8-8-24, Scythe Grand Karma Cross rev.B (air)

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