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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by garyjpaterson, Jun 23, 2014.
Damn, stock 3900X?
Mine does close to 400 atm, better than my result from over a year ago
More Zen 3 with a stock 5900x @ 4.3 GHz in full load. Also set the memory to XMP 3800CL19 but i'm going to tune it some other day.
What frequency was it running at?
Is beam more multi core or single core nowadays? Because im currently thinking about getting either a 3950x or 5800x when they are cheaper. In theory more cores should be better but if single core would be more important a 5th gen ryzen should be alot better? Also i wouldnt go for the higher fith gen ryzen because i would have to pay more for the 5th gen since id have to change the motherboard.
Just stock, it's at roughly 4.1GHz at the most taxing moments
More cores is better in BeamNg.drive. At least on bananabench.
Yeah if it's only for beam the 3950x will still decimate the 5800x. If you're doing all sorts of gaming the 5800x is probably the better compromise honestly. Are you currently on an x370 motherboard or something? I thought most of the 4xx series motherboards were still getting 5xxx support.
i have a X370 Asus Crosshair Vi board because i got it with a 1080 and the 1800x for 300 euros
mobo is an Asus B550F Gaming Wifi if that matters to you for whatever reason
it has gaming in the name so that makes it fast /s
Here are my results,
MSI Stealth 15m
i7 1185G7 4.8ghz single core turbo 4.3ghz all core turbo
16GB DDR4 3200
RTX 2060 Max-Q
Scores higher than my i5 9400
16GB DDr4 2666
GTX 1660 Super
This is really impressive for a 4 core laptop CPU!
The all core turbo of 4.3ghz is achievable all the time, MSI did a good job with the cooling it is allowed to run about the 28w TDP intel specifies all the time in games.
I am wondering what will happen with my Bananna score when I post up my results from my Core i9-10920X chip on here....I started off with 16.861 Mbeams on an Intel Core 2 Duo E8400 and then I jumped up to 79.648 on my 5960X chip and now with a rebuild happening (I will explain more later in a blog post about it!) I wonder if I will break over 100 Mbeams....
I wasnt expecting results like that....erm....I think I am lost for words!
As said before, if the score matters to you, raise the number of vehicles for the test. 30 should do it for your setup.
I guess so but going from 16.861 to 79.648 to 428.684MBeams its quite a jump for anyone....I am still in the process of rebuilding atm got a lot of files to shift around and get everything sorta back to the way it was....
Bone stock mate 3.5Ghz with the 4.6Ghz Turbo, I REFUSE to overclock my system!
Why tho? CPUs are virtually impossible to destroy if you know what you're doing, I had an i7 2600k since 2011 and used it with almost 50% of overclock (3.4ghz vs 4.9ghz) from 2015 to the end of 2020 when I sold it still working fine
Its just how I am, stock clocks are okay for me
Well I'll be the dumb idiot to ask now, where is the bench? I swear I remember it being accessible from in-game but now I can't find that or the one in the install directory