Discussion in 'CPUs' started by humbug, Mar 8, 2019.
4.5ghz all core? Bloody hell, that's a good chip you've got there.
I see. My bad.
What is the best single core score you can get? My CPU also manages to do 4.5GHz all core also, so you may be able to achieve 4.7GHz on one of the CCX’s
System locks up if I go to 4.4 GHz all core, with Voltage at 1.35. Not sure how much higher I can go on AMD.
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Ryzen 3950x @ 4.3ghz 1.35V ( stable after 4 hours of p95 , more testing needed )
You are the first here with that CPU I think. Get some single core numbers up man
Welcome to First place on the Mainstream Score Board, you're just about the same score as a 4.8Ghz 18 core 7980XE, incredible CPU...
Unfortunately single core performance is around 500, I've enabled PBO from BIOS but didn't see any improvements, not sure if using ryzen master would improve anything over the bios settings?
Do you have the latest BIOS and Chipset driver installed? The reason I ask is because initially Zen 2 had boost problems and the latest ones fixed that. That score is on the low side tbh
Yeah I made sure to update BIOS to latest as well as chipset drivers... While watching the sensors I can see the cores jumping all the way from 3.5ghz to 4.6ghz , in comparison when running the all cores test the frequency stays quite fixed , ex 4.0ghz mostly with a few dips to 3.975ghz here and there. Same with the core usage, when running the all core test all cores are at 100% usage, when running the single core , the maximum usage goes all the way from 40 to 100, but mostly in between...
Maybe I screwed up the settings somewhere
Wow, that is disappointing. Thought these were meant to boost to 4.7GHz?? That would net you no less than 545 points. Apart from as mentioned if you have latest BIOS and chipset drivers, not sure if you want to experiment in Ryzen Master and do some overclocking? You can try and find which is your best CCX and overclock that to 4.7GHz and run the single core test.
Bit of a lame attempt on my 3970X - only boosting to 4.05GHz with my AIO barely keeping up :
You dont need all those cores!!! Gimme sum
First attempt after installing the 3950x!
9536 with pbo enabled and the windows high performance Ryzen plan.
Ram 3600Mhz 16-19-19-39.
Ill go to bed now hopefully tomorrow ill get more results after work, after i finish off the build.
Wow! this thread is certainly now bringing on feelings of inadequacy in us 9900K owners
..I'll just have to savour & appreciate those extra 2 fps in gaming even more now.
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