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batboy

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I got it from Tiger Direct last November when they first released it with a big price drop. I remember the 10980XE was almost vaporware then and probably now too.
 

Johan45

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That's so close to the 18 core, so close!
 

EarthDog

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I got it from Tiger Direct last November when they first released it with a big price drop. I remember the 10980XE was almost vaporware then and probably now too.
I haven't seen it anywhere at a reasonable price.
 

Dr_Emmett_Brown

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Intel i9-9900KS @ 5.023 GHz
Corsair H150i stock triple radiator
Score = 5041

5 other systems/configs to test, stay tuned

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Run on this machine...

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Johan45

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Dr. Brown,
If you can format your result I'll add it. You can see it in the previous posts, just makes it easier for me when I don't sift through a post for info but simply copy and paste.
 

DaveB

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Didn't see a 3900X listed, so ............ :attn:

No OC, just running under PMO. Despite what is says when I captured the CPU-Z screen, it was running over 4 GHz during the benchmark.

DaveB / Ryzen 9 3900X / CM MasterLiquid ML240L AIO / 7275

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Dr_Emmett_Brown

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Dr. Brown,
If you can format your result I'll add it. You can see it in the previous posts, just makes it easier for me when I don't sift through a post for info but simply copy and paste.

Dr Emmett Brown / i9-9900KS @ 5.023 GHz / CORSAIR H150i / 5041
Dr Emmett Brown / i9-9900KF @ 5.288 GHz / 2-stage vapor phase change thermosyphon / 5322
Dr Emmett Brown / Threadripper 3990X / Compound Chiller + Heat Exchanger / 33179
 
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Johan45

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Dr Emmett Brown / i9-9900KS @ 5.023 GHz / CORSAIR H150i / 5041
Dr Emmett Brown / i9-9900KF @ 5.288 GHz / 2-stage vapor phase change thermosyphon / 5322
Dr Emmett Brown / Threadripper 3990X / Compound Chiller + Heat Exchanger / 33179

Not that I doubt you Dr. but we need the screenshot as well with the CPUz tabs
I'm updating the first post with your scores but we'd still like to see the SS
 

Dr_Emmett_Brown

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Not that I doubt you Dr. but we need the screenshot as well with the CPUz tabs
I'm updating the first post with your scores but we'd still like to see the SS

But of course.

Will rerun. Those were client builds. Did not want to connect to the internet on their machines.

EDIT: But I did post the 5300 score didn't I? I thought I uploaded the video of it? Will recheck.
 
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Redraider33

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So Dr. Brown I noticed that you have also posted some very impressive scores with the Intel i9-9900KS scored 5041 & i9-9900 KF chip 5322. Being they have only 8 cores each and your Threadripper 3990X scored 33179 and has 64 cores that equates to 518.4 per core. The i9-9900KS 630.12 per core and KF scored 665.25 per core.
So if you ran 8 i9-9900 KS your score would be 40,328 and if you ran 8 i9-9900KF that score would be a score of a whopping 42,576

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So Dr. Brown I noticed that you have also posted some very impressive scores with the Intel i9-9900KS scored 5041 & i9-9900 KF chip 5322. Being they have only 8 cores each and your Threadripper 3990X scored 33179 and has 64 cores that equates to 518.4 per core. The i9-9900KS 630.12 per core and KF scored 665.25 per core.
So if you ran 8 i9-9900 KS your score would be 40,328 and if you ran 8 i9-9900KF that score would be a score of a whopping 42,576
 

godevskii

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So Dr. Brown I noticed that you have also posted some very impressive scores with the Intel i9-9900KS scored 5041 & i9-9900 KF chip 5322. Being they have only 8 cores each and your Threadripper 3990X scored 33179 and has 64 cores that equates to 518.4 per core. The i9-9900KS 630.12 per core and KF scored 665.25 per core.
So if you ran 8 i9-9900 KS your score would be 40,328 and if you ran 8 i9-9900KF that score would be a score of a whopping 42,576

Performance isn't that linear and comparing different platforms adds another disparity level, for example they have different ipc.
Also, if he tests those 9900k*, at the same clocks, in single core he would never get even close to 600 points in r20.

BTW we are yet to see those screenshots.
 

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So Dr. Brown I noticed that you have also posted some very impressive scores with the Intel i9-9900KS scored 5041 & i9-9900 KF chip 5322. Being they have only 8 cores each and your Threadripper 3990X scored 33179 and has 64 cores that equates to 518.4 per core. The i9-9900KS 630.12 per core and KF scored 665.25 per core.
So if you ran 8 i9-9900 KS your score would be 40,328 and if you ran 8 i9-9900KF that score would be a score of a whopping 42,576

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So Dr. Brown I noticed that you have also posted some very impressive scores with the Intel i9-9900KS scored 5041 & i9-9900 KF chip 5322. Being they have only 8 cores each and your Threadripper 3990X scored 33179 and has 64 cores that equates to 518.4 per core. The i9-9900KS 630.12 per core and KF scored 665.25 per core.
So if you ran 8 i9-9900 KS your score would be 40,328 and if you ran 8 i9-9900KF that score would be a score of a whopping 42,576

Hmmm.

I'm not over-explaining. Let me double check.

I have no idea how the CinebenchR20 scoring mechanism works, other than it heavily favors more cores.

You might want to play around with GHz x cores and use that as a denominator with the score as the numerator.

See if that shows a correlation of any kind.

I can say this: Bigger score = better massively parallel performance.
 

xxNAPxx

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Hello everyone, I have an issue with Cinebench after the last windows Update 2004. with my I9-9900k clocked at 5.05 ghz I was able to score up to 5315points with minimum of 5277points,after the update and messing with some services and HPET I lost up to 100 points less now scoring max 5242point with minimum of 5165,why this? Do you have any idea what affect the score so much in windows? I tried everything, reenabling services, reactivate HPET, uninstall and reinstall drivers, reinstall cinebench, nothing worked, this is driving me crazy, any help please?
 

bassnut

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Not an Intel user but will take a shot. Are you overclocked or running stock. If your running stock with the warmer temps your CPU is probably not boosting as high. If your overclocked some part of the latest update could be messing with your OC. Also in the latest update there could be some new security update which caused a hit in performance again.

That's just a shot in the dark someone else might have more input later.

Edit I see now your OC ..... I would think something in the update is messing with you either a security update or with your OC or heat + OC have you just a tad unstable.
 

xxNAPxx

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I don't think it is an overclock issue of any kind, system has been stable for ages and never an issue, the security update issue is interesting in that case how can I disable or revert them?