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Prime95 custom benchmark request

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mackerel

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Mar 7, 2008
Since I'm not actively buying a system to bench, could I request someone to do a Prime95 benchmark run on a modern/fast AMD FX system? Just one result on a representative system will suffice and I don't need or want loads of result.

This should be on some 64 bit windows, with Prime95 28.7 64-bit. In prime.txt please add two lines near the top:
MinBenchFFT=64
MaxBenchFFT=8192

Make sure Prime95 isn't running when editing the file. This basically extends the range of the benchmark to smaller task sizes than standard. The run can take a while.

I just need to know the CPU model and clock, also ram speed, timings, and if known if the ram is 1 or 2 rank. Oh, and the contents of results.txt when it is done.

Thanks in advance.
 

Silver_Pharaoh

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Sep 7, 2013
Damn. Just noticed you needed to test on an FX..
Mine's on my dresser and I'm low on thermal paste and I need it when I tear down my rig.. :bang head

Would running this on a 1090t be of use to you?
 
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mackerel

mackerel

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Thanks for the offer but I really want to see what the modern modules do. A modern APU would likely be ok too, but the FX has bigger caches so I'd hope to see best case performance there.
 

Silver_Pharaoh

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Thanks for the offer but I really want to see what the modern modules do. A modern APU would likely be ok too, but the FX has bigger caches so I'd hope to see best case performance there.
No problem :) Figured I'd offer anyway.

If you still need a result then I will run this bench after I setup the rig again!
 
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mackerel

mackerel

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Thanks for the results. It's going to take some work to digest but looking at relative numbers the scaling with cores already looks interesting.