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Cinebench R20 benchmark

Discussion in 'CPUs' started by AthlonXP1800, Mar 6, 2019.

  1. AthlonXP1800

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  2. FredFlint

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    My Intel 5930K @stock gets 2349, 335 single core, My AMD 1800X @stock get 3595.
     
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  3. Grim5

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    8700k @ 5ghz
    3922 CPU score, 513 IPC score

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  4. DragonQ

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    It has a built-in IPC score? I wonder how they manage that, given clock speeds can vary wildly during a test in stock configurations.
     
  5. Yaayuh!

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    At last!
    We use R20 at work, been waiting for this as R15 was pretty irrelevant.
     
  6. Cooper

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    Looking forward to the first 'leaked' Ryzen 2 scores...
     
  7. Hagar

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    Ryzen 1700 @ 3.6GHz with Stock cooling, memory Gskill 3333 C14, Bios 6401

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  8. humbug

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    Microsoft Store, really?
     
  9. spectatorx

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  10. humbug

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    Thanks ^^^^

    Ryzen R5 1600 @ 3.85Ghz

    MT 2858
    ST 390

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    Is anyone going to do a proper benchmark thread? not like the last one where the scores have not been updates to the OP for years....
     
  11. Overlag

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    2700x:
    4023 multi.
    413 single.
     
  12. amigafan2003

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    Quick run on the uni laptop - I'll run the 2950x when I get home

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  13. Hagar

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    I did update Cats thread a couple of times by downloading the results and hacking them before reloading, but its a ****ache doing it that way. So I stopped doing it. Plus some of the uploaded result pics were illegible. :(
     
  14. humbug

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    The updated scores really need to be on the OP page.

    Unless @AthlonXP1800 already wants to do it, or some one else, or you? i'll think about doing it myself, i'm not overly keen so i'd rather someone else did it but if no one wants too i might.
     
  15. DragonQ

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    This is at 4.3 GHz with all microcode and OS mitigations for Spectre & Meltdown. :o

    I find it interesting that the MP ratio is higher than the R5 1600 posted above though...

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  16. iakhtar

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    8086k @ 5.2

    4172
    540

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  17. amigafan2003

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  18. humbug

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    It is, 7.32 vs 7.85

    I'm not being funny but i'm surprised at the single core score on yours at that speed vs mine.
     
  19. Kei

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  20. Robert896r1

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    9900k @ 5gh = 5207. Temps spike much higher than R15.