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*NEW* 3DMark CPU Profile

Discussion in 'Overclocking & Hardware' started by The Beast, Jun 26, 2021.

  1. The Beast

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    A new CPU benchmark appears to have quietly released and I thought it might be good to have a thread here to compare our results.

    Free for Advanced Edition users.

    Offical site:
    New CPU benchmarks for gamers and overclockers (ul.com)

    Official blurbs:
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    CPU Profile
    CPU benchmarks for modern processors

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    The 3DMark CPU Profile introduces a new approach to CPU benchmarking. Instead of producing a single number, the 3DMark CPU Profile shows you how CPU performance scales with the number of cores and threads used. The CPU Profile has six tests that use 1, 2, 4, 8, 16 or the maximum number of available threads. These tests help you benchmark and compare CPU performance for gaming, overclocking, and other scenarios.
    • CPU benchmarks for multicore processors.
    • Six tests using 1, 2, 4, 8, 16 or max threads.
    • Track the performance gains from overclocking.
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    New CPU benchmarks for gamers and overclockers
    We’re expanding 3DMark today by adding a set of dedicated CPU benchmarks.

    The 3DMark CPU Profile introduces a new approach to CPU benchmarking. Instead of producing a single score, the 3DMark CPU Profile shows you how CPU performance scales and changes with the number of cores and threads used.

    The CPU Profile has six tests, each of which uses a different number of threads. The benchmark starts by using all available threads. It then repeats using 16 threads, 8 threads, 4 threads, 2 threads, and ends with a single-threaded test.

    These six tests help you benchmark and compare CPU performance for a range of threading levels. They also provide a better way to compare different CPU models by looking at the results from thread levels they have in common.

    The 3DMark CPU Profile shows you how your CPU scores compare with other results from the same processor. It’s a great way to check if your CPU is performing as expected.

    Six levels of CPU performance
    Max-threads test — The Max-threads score represents the full performance potential of your CPU when using all available threads, the ideal benchmark for the latest high-core-count processors.

    16-threads test — The 16-threads score is a good measure of CPU performance for computationally intensive tasks, such as digital content creation and 3D rendering, that benefit from more threads.

    8-threads test — The performance of modern DirectX 12 games usually correlates most closely with the 8-threads score.

    4-threads test and 2-threads test — The frame rates of older games developed for DirectX 9 usually correlate most closely with the 2-threads and 4-threads scores.

    1 thread test — The 1-thread score is a fundamental measure of your processor's performance.

    Benchmark and compare CPU performance with 3DMark
    The 3DMark CPU Profile shows you how your CPU scores compare with other results from the same processor.

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    On the 3DMark CPU Profile result screen, the green bars show you how your scores compare with the best scores for your CPU. The longer the green bar, the closer your score is to the best result.

    The median score, shown by the marker, shows the performance level you should expect for your CPU. In most cases, the median represents performance with stock settings. If your score is below the median, it may indicate a problem with cooling or background processes. Check the hardware monitoring chart to see how the CPU temperature changed during the run.

    The distance from the median marker to the end of the bar represents the overclocking potential of the CPU. For overclockers, the 3DMark CPU Profile gives you more ways to measure the effects of your overclocking and more ways to compete for the highest scores!

    Please note that these features are powered by benchmark results from 3DMark users. These insights may be unavailable for some CPU models until enough results are submitted.

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    This will probably turn out to be a very useful tool when compared with ClockTuner for Ryzen (CTR) by 1USMUS - keen to see all your results!

    .....aaaaannnnddddd GO!

    Updated 20 Jan 22



    NameCPUMax Threads16 Threads8 Threads4 Threads2 Thread1 ThreadsCooling (if specified)Date Link
    Zarok77 AMD Ryzen 9 5950X 18 324 - - - - - ?04/08/21https://www.3dmark.com/3dm/64482508
    spit AMD Ryzen 9 5950X 18 190 15 301 8 692 4 593 2 320 1 161 LN2 13/07/21
    glnn_23 AMD Ryzen 9 5950X 15 541 12 730 7 352 3 880 1 967 987 .11/08/21
    Zarok77 AMD Ryzen 9 5950X 14 571 12 675 7 126 3 744 1 893 950 Water15/08/21 https://www.3dmark.com/3dm/64820506
    shane41 Intel Core i9-10900K Processor 11 494 10 708 8 070 4235 2 141 1 071 .27/07/21
    netlord AMD Ryzen 9 5900X 11 161 9 721 6 982 3 759 1 944 994
    Zarok77 Intel Core i9-11900K Processor 11 118 11 115 9 537 5 064 2 554 1 279 LN2
    mAJORD AMD Ryzen 9 5900X 11 099 9 701 6 987 3 719 1 972 1 001
    Scum Intel Core i9-10900K Processor 10 255 9 537 7 185 3 757 1 899 952 Water24/07/21 https://www.3dmark.com/cpu/85206
    shane41 Intel Core i9-11900K Processor 10 156 9 428 7 095 3 720 1 876 940 .16/07/21 https://www.3dmark.com/3dm/63874622
    cbjaust AMD Ryzen 9 3900X 10 068 8 716 5 882 3 124 1 581 793 Air
    im late Intel Core i9-10900K Processor 10 041 9 351 7 066 3 695 1 868 936 . 14/07/21 http://www.3dmark.com/cpu/70049
    spit AMD Ryzen 7 5800X 9 789 9 778 7 656 4 441 2 279 1 141 - 13/07/21
    groovetek Intel Core i7-11700K Processor 9 434 9 439 7 617 4 316 2 225 1 119 AIO 15/07/21 https://www.3dmark.com/cpu/71501
    Dasa2 AMD Ryzen 7 5800X 8 345 8 351 6 638 3 928 2 007 1 009 Water 24/07/21 http://www.3dmark.com/cpu/67353
    glnn_23 AMD Ryzen 7 5700G 8 247 8 257 6 631 3 749 1 906 956 Water06/08/21
    glnn_23 12th Gen Intel Core i5-12400F 8 143 8 000 6 260 3 697 2 287 1 170 Air?17/01/22
    The Beast AMD Ryzen 7 5800X 7 881 7 869 5 915 3 562 1 881 958 Water 26/06/21 https://www.3dmark.com/cpu/15628
    spit AMD Ryzen 5 5600X 7 695 7 608 6 171 4 475 2 299 1 154 LN2 ?06/08/21 http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/64549825
    Zarok77 AMD Ryzen 5 5600X 7 685 7 577 6 410 4 524 2 287 1 150 Water ?06/08/21
    OCMunkee AMD Ryzen 5 5600X 6 222 6 122 5 588 3 589 1 851 929 - 06/08/21
    ginger_nuts AMD Ryzen 5 5600X 6 206 6 092 4 931 3 637 1 846 927 - 16/09/21
    micsway123 AMD Ryzen 5 5600X 6 127 6 097 4 794 3 606 1 915 970 AIO 16/09/21
    spit AMD Ryzen 5 3600XT 5 905 5 842 5 189 3 370 1 711 861 Phase Change 14/07/21
    OCMunkee AMD Ryzen 5 5600X 5 811 5 692 4 648 3 418 1 778 880 Air (SFF) 13/07/21 http://www.3dmark.com/cpu/68461
    M1ck1 AMD Ryzen 5 3600X 5 140 5 063 4 439 2 889 1 517 759
    Elmf AMD Ryzen 5 3600 5 036 4 975 3 996 2 829 1 448 733
    Zarok77 AMD Ryzen 3 3300X 4 415 4 450 4 415 3 720 1 943 975 ? 02/08/21
    Hotrod2go AMD Ryzen 5 2600X 4 187 4 152 3 669 2 347 1 189 596 - 05/11/21 https://www.3dmark.com/cpu/136730
    ginger_nuts AMD Ryzen 5 2600X 4 051 4 012 3 535 2 256 1 139 576 Air 29/07/21 https://www.3dmark.com/3dm/64315745
    spit AMD Ryzen 3 3300X 3 797 3 833 3 793 3 073 1 673 840 Phase Change 14/07/21


    If you would like your scores added to this chart could you please give it to me in the following format so I can cut and paste...

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    [tr]  [td]The Beast[/td]  [td]AMD Ryzen 7 5800X[/td]  [td]7 881[/td]  [td]7 869[/td]  [td]5 915[/td]  [td]3 562[/td]  [td]1 881[/td]  [td]958[/td]  [td]Water[/td]  [td]26/06/21[/td]  [td]https://www.3dmark.com/cpu/15628[/td]  [/tr]
     
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    ha , I was doing 3DM mark runs lastnight, before I saw this thread , and noticed this greyed out in the main menu, and thought I hadn't seen this before?

    Interesting test and great timing as I've been fiddling with PBO, OC offsets, Vcore offsets, PPTs and the resulting weird and wonderful effects these have on perf from 1- Max threaded loads Vs just the old static OC. This is probably one of those tests where you can visualise the results.

    Only other thing that would be interesting is a weighted final score

    Anyway heres my Run as I stand.

    5900X

    PPT 210w
    UV 18mv
    -24 PBO CO
    +200Mhz PBO OC

    No CTR (haven't evne looked at it yet, just tweaking manually)
    Cooling : 80mm AMD AIO


    cpu-pro5-1.png
     
  5. netlord

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    I thought id share my 5900x results, this time with a screenshot.
    Quite similar results to yours mAJORD. (btw whats UV 18mv?)

    Core Optimiser -30 per core (except core 6, thats at -25 [dud, lol])
    PBO set to MOTHERBOARD.
    +100Mhz PBO OC

    That 2 core thread test got my temps up the highest, oddly enough?

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    just a static undervolt of -18mv

    Main reason for playing with it (in my case) it is the PBO offsets don't seem to have much effect on lower [i.e all core] frequency P states for some reason. Downside is it drops higher frequency P states further so can fall over under ~single core loads if pushing too hard

    certainly a challenge finding oprimal settings for a bench like this !
     
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    Speaking of challenge, i have intermittently been been getting random shutdowns, mainly when the pc is idle oddly enough.
    I havent been able to iron it out yet, and as you see above, i havent overclocked anything... rather just PBO options and conservative RAM tweaks.
     
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    Moved to OC&HW as it's not platform specific, no need to have AMD and Intel specific discussions. If anything it should be useful to compare the two.
     
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    Feels like a month ago this bench revealed/ launched on hwbot :confused:
    Bust out gpu's less than 3K if I cbf
     
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    try backing off your PBO OC and offsets. It's common to get idle crashes instead of load crashes when playing with PBO and the negative offsets, this is because the neg offset may be quite unstable @ say 5.1Ghz , but you're likely only seeing those frequencies firing at idle / low load (so thats when it crashes) but not under heavy single core load (like this bench or cinebench), where it might hit 4.9-5 tops on the loaded core(s) , so you won't pick it up there.
     
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    Send message mAJORD I have questions
     
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    Had this problem with my ASrock board actually (before I had to RMA it for other reasons) - there's a setting called "Idle voltage" or some shit in the BIOS that might be worth trying to find, it was on "low" or similiar and I had to change it to "typical" to stop it freezing and crashing on idle.

    I'm downloading this and will report back what a 4.3Ghz All Core Ryzen 3600 gets!
     
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    My score on a 4.3Ghz@1.25 R5 3600 with 32Gb 3200Mhz CL16 Klevv RAM

    Seems like your core counts and IPC on those 5 series is really making these 3 series chips redundant, fuckkkkk
     

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    Ryzen 9 3900X at 4.6GHz[​IMG]
     
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    Those are some huge volts man, what's cooling it?

    Just saw your mobo, you have some serious equipment!

    Anyone else able to try with a 3600?
     
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    He's air cooling man :weirdo: that's his thing
     
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    Hmm air cooling at 1.48v...So he's running 2 x 140mm Delta fans on a DH-14? Haha. Jet engine maybe?
     
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    I cannot even get him loving Wintel :tongue: what chance have I got converting him to water cooling
    Ambient thing he does just works :thumbup:
     
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    Volts mean nothing when pulling no current. Stock voltage; set up:
    [​IMG]
     
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    What GPU is that? Looks wild!
    ::EDIT:: AMD Reference 7990?
     
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