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*NEW* 3DMark CPU Profile

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

  1. netlord

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    Look how flat those frequencies are!

    Love to get my 5900x looking like that.

    EDIT: those frequencies look WELL above 5GHz!
     
  2. spit051261

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    Well above
     
  3. im late

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    10 cores - Ambient cooling:

    9816 - IM LATE - Intel 10900K - 5300 @ 1.403v - Apex XII - 4400-19-19-19-39-770-2T - Custom Water - Link

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    Just running safe/loose XMP for now. All core AVX 0, not delidded and all LinpackXtreme stable. Will push further at some point in the future.
     
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  4. OCMunkee

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    How tf are you guys tuning your Ryzens? I'm struggling to work out the tuning process for these modern chips.
    It seems like the current AMD hardware, Radeon and Ryzen, does a lot of auto-everything, and I'm really not used to it.

    Last time I faffed around with CPU settings was Haswell undervolted with a basic offset and fuck all else.

    Managed this result with my SFF case/cooler CPU-Profile-AMD4-SFX_PortraitMode_2021-07-08.png
     
  5. mAJORD

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    The Beast are you going to put scores on OP?
     
  6. mAJORD

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    with a Fair bit of faffing around :lol:

    you can still manually OC for CPUs. Otherwise you use PBO to play with OC offsets, undervolting, and power limits to try and make the CPU push itself to higher freq's. You'll have to read some guides and fine one that makes the most sense.

    and yes the GPU's are similar,
     
  7. netlord

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    Massive learning curve for me to, and i bet i still havent maximised it either.
    I came from a very old intel Sandy Bridge series of CPU's!

    I watched a variety of youtube videos on the subject, and ended up enabling PBO, undervolting Per Core, +100Mhz core and tightened my RAMS latency. Thats it. I didnt touch voltage, not sure I should either... since PBO is on?

    Love using an NVMe as my main drive for OS & Apps, so fast!
     
  8. OCMunkee

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    Jesus Christ, just saw your member # when adding the quote tag -> 561!!! Old bastard!
    That's basically where I'm going with it, I said to spit051261 that I'm aiming for 'above stock performance' with 'better than stock thermals/noise'
    100% agree, changes the whole experience, not QUITE HDD->SSD but close! Even with a shitty 120GB SSD that came with my Lenovo Yoga :D
     
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  9. shane41

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  10. spit051261

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    Very good score :)
     
  11. Elmf

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    I went oldschool and just did what I always do, worked out a decent voltage, set the multiplier and tested from there. I haven't maximised mine cos i'm lazy but a solid oc of 4.3Ghz all core (which PBO couldn't achieve consistently for me) with way less voltage (1.25v while PBO was nearly hitting 1.4v) made me happy enough to stop lol
     
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    The Beast

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    He's just a whippersnapper, I was here at least an hour before :) (Let's ignore the years we were here before the forum rebuild!!)

    I could. What would we want? Just max cores or the whole lot? It's a bit of an eye chart with six results.
     
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    The Beast

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    Not going to update the table that was here. See OP for the up-to-date table.

    *NEW* 3DMark CPU Profile

    EDIT: From now on if you want your score added to this chart could you please give it to me in the following format so I can cut and paste...

    Code:
    [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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  14. groovetek

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    Interesting seeing the spread of results, particularly with each of the CPU types and also relative performance of multithread vs physical cores.

    Spit's 16 thread vs 8 thread for example is the biggest jump by far due to 16 physical cores. 10900K sits in a funny no man's zone with 10C/20T losing out to my 8C/16T at 16 threads but then surpassing it at Max Threads (20T vs 16T effectively).
     
  15. OCMunkee

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    Minor suggestion, could we add columns for benchmark date and link? :)

    Not enough to change position but I managed a slightly higher result:


    Name CPU Max Threads 16 Threads 8 Threads 4 Threads 2 Threads 1 Thread Cooling Date Link
    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

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    [table]
    [th]Name[/th]   [th]CPU[/th]   [th]Max Threads[/th]   [th]16 Threads[/th]   [th]8 Threads[/th]   [th]4 Threads[/th]   [th]2 Threads[/th]   [th]1 Thread[/th]   [th]Cooling[/th]   [th]Date[/th]   [th]Link[/th]
    [tr]   [td]OCMunkee[/td]   [td] AMD Ryzen 5 5600X[/td]   [td]5 811[/td]   [td]5 692[/td]   [td]4 648[/td]   [td]3 418[/td]   [td]1 778[/td]   [td] 880[/td]   [td]Air (SFF)[/td]   [td]13/07/21[/td]   [td]http://www.3dmark.com/cpu/68461[/td]   [/tr][/table]
    
     
  16. groovetek

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    I agree with the link, but is there any use of a date?
     
  17. OCMunkee

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    Just my preference, tbh, I like to know which ones are still being actively tweaked and helps bragging rights "spit has been at the top of the OCAU max threads CPU chart for X days/weeks/months" :p
     
  18. groovetek

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    Spit has been on top of all OCAU charts since 1984.
     
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  19. spit051261

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    3600XT ..6 CORE PHASE CHANGE COOLING

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  20. spit051261

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    3300X....4 CORE PHASE CHANGE COOLING

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