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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by garyjpaterson, Jun 23, 2014.
The 5th Gen Epyc CPUs will come with 256 cores & 512 threads as an option
I thought that was the case but was not sure, even a 64 would be quite a score I would think. Well, maybe its just double 800 since a 32 core had that score. Maybe the ballpark of 1600 maybe.
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Kilo-Core will be a thing soon is seems. Aside from quantum computing, I mean in the home desktop space and not super computer variety. Think China is first super computer to have an exoflop of performance. Just read that a few days ago. Bet that would give a great beam score
My 5900x has PBO enabled but my score is so much lower than yours.
What are your tweaked CPU settings?
Update to my R5 1600 scores
Any unnecessary feature is turned off on BIOS/UEFI, e.g. SATA, front audio, etc
ram is single-channel 4200MHz CL28 1,52V
Running Windows 11 21H2 in Safe Mode
No CPU overclocking since my board is A320M, boosting to stock 3.40Ghz at all cores
No USB is connected except the mouse
9900K @5ghz allcore,3200mhz ddr4, with normal desktop usage, few background apps etc
yeah I do commit a crime with single-channel and ryzen, but well I don't have money to buy another ram, at least this Green ram from HP Prebuilt can do 4200MHz and complete Bananabench
AMD Ryzen 7 2700X, RTX 3060, 32gb DDR4
Laptop Dell G15 Core i7 11800H + 16gb 3200mhz
Ryzen 5 2600 OC'd to 3.9Ghz with 48GB 2133 DDR4 RAM
Updated AMD Ryzen 3700X score OC to 4.1Ghz and 32GB 3200Mhz DDR4 RAM and Windows 11 with all updates
Seems a bit low. Here's mine. I use CTR with hybrid boost to get the most out of the CPU. I actually get 4.4 GHz when the load is low which would never happen with stock or PBO behaviour. I also bought one of the first ones so the silicon isn't really that great.
I have a bronze sample and I actually undervolted it. Any more than 4.1 GHz and OS is crashing tested with 1.2 to 1.4 voltage. The same thing happens with CTR.
Also a banana score on a Ryzen 5 4600H, 32GB RAM 3200mhz, and Windows 11 for comparison.
AMD Ryzen-9 5900X // Gigabyte X570 Aorus Elite // 32gb Corsair Vengeance // ROG Strix GeForce RTX 3080 Ti OC // SSD Samsung 970 EVO Plus 500Gb+HDD 10Tb // AOC 27" // Cougar Panzer Evo Black // VR Pimax Artisan
Depends on when you tried to overclock with CTR. Hybrid OC is a recent feature added where CTR will change profiles based on the load on the CPU. So when the load is high it will act like a normal overclock and boost to 4.125 GHz in my case but when the load is low and only 1-2 cores are needed, those cores will be boosted to 4.4 GHz using high voltage. It acts like a stock CPU but you have all the control on voltages and frequencies. To add to this, mine is also a bronze sample. I got my CPU the moment they became available in my country.
How did you get this high of a score? I only got a maximum of 505.922 mbeams/second even though I undervolted the 5900x with PBO.
Hi Alex :NoukHi:
R5 3600 @4.14 GHz (doesn't boost higher smh)
16 Gb of 3200 MHz CL16 RAM
Change the default vehicle count from 20 to e.g. 50 in benchmark file "...Steam\steamapps\common\BeamNG.drive\lua\console\bananabench.lua" ...line 7 and you will see the true potential of your CPU .
Post also what was the real CPU frequency during test.