Sticky: Official CPU-Z Benchmark Thread

Discussion in 'CPUs and Overclocking' started by Darren, Sep 29, 2016.

  1. Darren

    Darren Moderator Staff Member

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    Oh yeah this thread.

    I should update this...
     
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  2. _Glitch

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    Cool. Is this thread still alive. I got a new laptop.... again. I get a new one about every year from work.
    Ill post my new laptop numbers soon. My PC is still the same. Just with a new graphic card and new ram. So no need to update that.
     
  3. Calin

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    Yes please, I don't see my 1800x in the leaderboards...
     
  4. beers

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    y u no update? I want to flaunt my completely unnecessary purchase.

    [​IMG]
     
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  5. Deerling7

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    All's necessary in the PC world...
     
  6. Darren

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    Probably should... I'll probably get around to it once school is out in a few weeks.
     
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  8. Darren

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    I'm going to update this today. If you want to have your score on the leaderboard you need to have used CPUID Benchmark version 17.01.64. Surprised to see it's been the same for a while so should have a good amount of scores.

    Latest version.

    https://www.cpuid.com/downloads/cpu-z/cpu-z_1.85-en.exe

    Edit: Updated.
     
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  9. OmniDyne

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  10. Calin

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    Agreed. Really wanna see how it compares to my 1800x in the multi thread test. I already know it's gonna beat it in single core :(
     
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  12. Intel_man

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    You still have posted pics of your PC @johnb35 ....


    o_Oo_Oo_Oo_O
     
  13. Shlouski

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  14. Shlouski

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    I will try to break the 600 mark on the single thread benchmark, but temps are going to be a problem. My 2133mhz ram is running at 3000mhz, I could try upping it a little more, but its already on the edge. I will max out my ac unit and vent it straight to the pc and i see how much voltage I can go, hopefully I don't get any condensation. If I can get 5.2 and a little more on the ram, it might be just enough to get me over 600.
    I might see how my last two gaming pc's compare to my current build, my 2008 q9550 build and my 2012 i7 3770k build.
     
  15. Darren

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    In B4 explosions.
     
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    Is it cheating if I run only 1 core, to reduce temps?
     
  17. Darren

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    Well the benchmark does single and multi at the same time so your multi will suck lol. Suppose you could, I'd just make a note of that in the scores.
     
  18. Shlouski

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    Yeah my multi would suck, I will see if I can break it with all cores first. I hope to post soon with my 600 ;).
     
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    I can get close, but it looks like 5.2ghz would need some crazy voltage to be stable and it also becomes unstable with just another 66mhz on the ram, so I think 600 isn't possible :(. I will see what I can do with the 3770k.
     
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