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FEATURED Marathon Season VII December: Geekbench 4 Single core

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Johan45

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Dec 19, 2012
This is the last of the CPU benches for this year and running a single core to try and even the odds for everyone.


What: Geekbench 4 Single Core
Who: any forum member
CPU: any CPU
Cooling: any cooling type
When: Ends: December 31, 12 Midnight EST
Background: Use supplied background
Download :Geekbench 4 Rules
Full Competition Rules: Here
I would also like this format used at the top of your post please UserName/CPU/Cooling/ Score

BACKGROUND


AMD

bassnut / 3900X / H20 / 6225
PolRoger / 3950X / H2O / 6203
bassnut / 3900X / H20 / 6158
PolRoger / 3900X / H2O / 6131
dejo / 3700x / H2O / 6067
bassnut / 3900X / H20 / 6064
PolRoger / 3900X / H2O / 5918
DaPoets / 3970X / H2O / 5893
Kenrou / Ryzen 3600 / Air / 5809
Kenrou / Ryzen 3600 / Air / 5729

(G{in}[AK)TION] / AMD Ryzen 2700x / Corsair H100iv2 / 5454
Zerileous / 2600x / H2O / 5387
(G{in}[AK)TION] / AMD Ryzen 2700x / Corsair H100iv2 / 5151
PolRoger / 1700X / Air / 4931
(G{in}[AK)TION] / AMD FX-8350 / Corsair H100iv2 / 3206

INTEL

jiccman1965/[email protected]/LN2/8518
MetalRacer / 9900K @ 6000 / SS / 8274
mllrkllr88 / 9900KS @ 5750 / Ambient Water / 8258
MetalRacer / 9900K @ 6000 / SS / 7913
mllrkllr88 / 9900KS @ 5.0 / Custom Water / 7402
(G{in}[AK)TION] / Intel Core i7 8700k / Corsair H100iv2 / 7124
MaddMutt / i9-9900KF / Custom Water / 7123
MaddMutt / i9-9900kf / Custom Water / 6961
(G{in}[AK)TION] / Intel Core i7 8700k / Corsair H100iv2 / 6906
(G{in}[AK)TION] / Intel Core i7 7700k / Corsair H100iv2 / 6836
(G{in}[AK)TION] / Intel Core i7 8700k / Corsair H100iv2 / 6740
mackerel / 8086k / Air / 6273
NeonCancerCandy / 9900K @ 5.0 / AIO / 6250
(G{in}[AK)TION] / Intel Core i9 7900x / Corsair H100iv2 / 6196
SamSaveMax / i5-1035G4 / Stock / 5421
(G{in}[AK)TION] / Intel Corei7 3700k / Corsair H100iv2 / 5053
 
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Johan45

Johan45

Benching Team Leader Super Moderator
Joined
Dec 19, 2012
It's Geekbench 4, I fixed the DL link in the OP. Sorry about that but I trusted HWBot to have the link for GB4 in the GB4 link. Should have known better!
 

mllrkllr88

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Mar 29, 2015
The timing of this... I just ran it on LN2 last weekend and clawed my way into the 10k club. I guess I will try on water and see how it goes, thanks for the comp!
 

MaddMutt

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Jan 12, 2015
I have to toss mine in here. I had to re-load win 7 as I was getting a memory BSOD. This is shortly after I have loaded a few apps but no GPU driver :) I will have better performance once I move to my Winter Setup :thup:

MaddMutt / i9-9900kf / Custom Water / 6961
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MaddMutt

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@ mllrkllr88

I picked up 3 sets of the Teamgroup memory that you did a review of. Mine are date week 17, 18, and 19. Do you boot at a lower timing and then tighten it to 12-12 ??

Thanks :thup:
 

mllrkllr88

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Mar 29, 2015
For those looking to push more MHz there are a few little tricks that can give you an extra 200+MHz at the same voltage.

  1. Disable Disable Hyperthreading
  2. Disable all cores except 2

If you have a 9900 series Intel chip then you will end up with 2-core and 2-threads total in the OS. This will give you an exceptionally LOW multicore score, but we don't care about that. Reducing the CPU to 2/2 or even 1/1 will let the benchmark complete with substantially more MHz, and ultimately a higher score :D
 

MetalRacer

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Aug 14, 2006
For those looking to push more MHz there are a few little tricks that can give you an extra 200+MHz at the same voltage.

  1. Disable Disable Hyperthreading
  2. Disable all cores except 2

If you have a 9900 series Intel chip then you will end up with 2-core and 2-threads total in the OS. This will give you an exceptionally LOW multicore score, but we don't care about that. Reducing the CPU to 2/2 or even 1/1 will let the benchmark complete with substantially more MHz, and ultimately a higher score :D

I rarely run this bench but I assume this trick still works?

The bench runs 2 loops, first is single core and the second half is multicore. If you see that the first loop passes but then you fail on the second loop, you can slow mode the second part. Once you see "AES" test start about halfway in you can slow mode the rest of the bench since the only thing you care about is that first loop.
 

mllrkllr88

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Mar 29, 2015
I rarely run this bench but I assume this trick still works?

The bench runs 2 loops, first is single core and the second half is multicore. If you see that the first loop passes but then you fail on the second loop, you can slow mode the second part. Once you see "AES" test start about halfway in you can slow mode the rest of the bench since the only thing you care about is that first loop.
Yep, absolutely! Setting single core affinity does effectively the same thing but multi-core is maybe 0.5% harder than single-core even if the bench is running 1/1 only.


@ mllrkllr88

I picked up 3 sets of the Teamgroup memory that you did a review of. Mine are date week 17, 18, and 19. Do you boot at a lower timing and then tighten it to 12-12 ??

Thanks :thup:

Nice, mine are amazing so I hope you have the same luck! There were multiple PCB revisions of this kit, so I am curious if you have the A2 or A0 layout?

As for C12, no, you cannot change timings in the OS. All of the timings need to be setup in the bios. I am sure you are aware that you cannot boot C12 with 16GB memory in the OS. Before attempting to boot C12, you should set maxmem 2048 or something in that range. If you need any help getting there I am happy to help.

Submission
mllrkllr88 / 9900KS @ 5750 / Ambient Water / 8258

Random retail from Amazon on standard water...I think she's golden.

https://browser.geekbench.com/v4/cpu/15010524
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MetalRacer

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MetalRacer / 9900K @ 6000 / SS / 7913

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MaddMutt

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Nice, mine are amazing so I hope you have the same luck! There were multiple PCB revisions of this kit, so I am curious if you have the A2 or A0 layout?

I looked again at my memory and it's Week 37, 38, and 39 of 2019 (Sept 5 - 29). I have week 37 with the A0 Layout and week 38 & 39 with the A2 Layout :) https://community.hwbot.org/topic/187637-a1-or-a2-pcb-easy-recognition/

I asked Teamgroup if the Memory was qualified for Quad Channel (Evga x299 Dark) and was told that it was not. The luck of the draw if it they would work together :(
The ODD thing is : Week 37 & Week 38 will run in Quad But Week 39 will not train with the other memory installed.
 
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