DC performance for Ryzen 3000

pututu

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Please post any results, findings, etc pertaining to Ryzen 3000 performance in regards to distributed computing here.

Would love to see the actual AVX-256 (aka AVX2 in intel chips) performance in DC projects (e.g. Primegrid LLR sub-projects, asteroid) where currently intel chip dominates. There are synthetic benchmark like prime95 but in the reviews that I read they only talk about power consumption, temperature and torture test which is what prime95 is designed for.
 

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3900x stock profile 2933 32GB ram cas 14

Milkyway
13 Jul 2019, 20:32:47 UTC 14 Jul 2019, 2:01:59 UTC Completed and validated 3,144.98 3,135.59 227.52 Milkyway@home Separation v1.46
windows_x86_64

Thats about an average result at 52.5 - 53 minutes

Compared to 1950x stock 32GB cas 14

13 Jul 2019, 18:14:45 UTC 14 Jul 2019, 1:47:44 UTC Completed and validated 5,168.44 5,139.75 227.51 Milkyway@home Separation v1.46
windows_x86_64
Task times around 86 minutes

thats a pretty big generational improvement.


will have more results as here soon hopefully
 

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more to add once i figured out the math here

3900x 227 points / 53 min = 4.28ppm x24 thread =102.8PPM total rig
1950x 227 point / 86 min = 2.64ppm x 32 thread =84PPM total rig.
so the 12 core is 21% faster than the 32 core with HT enabled.
one more variable is the 1950x is pulling 178w and the 3900x is pulling only 104w as observed by HW monitor. (package power)

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Mine does NFS in 38 minutes vs the 1700 did 50 minutes ... both on Win10
Same everything, just swapped out the CPU
about 30% faster runtime and almost double the points (more threads)
One thing I didn't like it was the temp. Seems to run hot, but I think I know what it is. I'll post again if it's true.
 

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3900x with HT turned off
Results for Primegrid
Proth Prime Search LLR (PPS)

14 Jul 2019 | 4:07:44 UTC 14 Jul 2019 | 4:38:50 UTC Completed and validated 1,581.02 1,575.42 167.30 PPS (LLR) v8.03
So 26 min roughly per task.. I have not run this before so i don't know if that's good
 

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So i was hitting 80c a push pull AIO and i was seeing temps at 80c running prime which is probably worse case scenario. Yes warm and i think it would be too much for the stock cooler or it would throttle some i'm guessing. It does supposedly have a 95c safe temp as listed in Ryzen master. so maybe its not as temp sensitive as earlier gens
 

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that temp is with -.1 core volt offset btw and the cooler is Arctic Liquid Freezer 240
 

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3900x with HT turned off
Results for Primegrid
Proth Prime Search LLR (PPS)

14 Jul 2019 | 4:07:44 UTC 14 Jul 2019 | 4:38:50 UTC Completed and validated 1,581.02 1,575.42 167.30 PPS (LLR) v8.03
So 26 min roughly per task.. I have not run this before so i don't know if that's good

Did you run one task per core and run as many at once? What memory speed and timings?
If running one task per core, 26m is not really to bad at all.

My i7-8086k at 4.5ghz HT off no MT, one task per core, has been doing them in 23m36s to 24m30s
Running 80c-83c with a cust water loop 2 rads, 240mm and a 360mm
Memory was DDR4 3600 @ 3900 19.20.20.40 T2 Faster memory makes a difference
 

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Any primegrid power estimates mot? That is impressive speed. Also, what clocks is it running at during prime?
 

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So i was running all 12 threads with HT disabled 1 task per thread, and not running any gpu or anything else. Memory speed 2933 cas 14,
Clocks were hitting around 4.0GHZ but sometimes going slightly below that very briefly. 132 w package power as read by HW monitor.
This was stock clocks with core voltage offset of -0.075 hitting temps around 81c
 

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I might be able to do better clocks with the memory as my kit is rated higher, but with 2x 16GB Dual rank sticks 2933 was the supported speed for my mobo. I tried to go 3200 but so far not luck on x470 taichi.
I plan to try to mess with subtimings and system voltage to see if i can get this higher but i am not holding my breath. It would boot at 3200 cas 14 but would freeze just after getting in bios.
 

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Thomas Brada Experimental Grid
3900x
Average over a page of results. 111 minutes per task windows 10 64

1950x average 145 minutes per tasks windows 10 64

3900x = 12.47 Points per minute all threads
1950x = 12.75 PPM all threads
Very close victory for the TR
 

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3900x with HT turned off
Results for Primegrid
Proth Prime Search LLR (PPS)

14 Jul 2019 | 4:07:44 UTC 14 Jul 2019 | 4:38:50 UTC Completed and validated 1,581.02 1,575.42 167.30 PPS (LLR) v8.03
So 26 min roughly per task.. I have not run this before so i don't know if that's good
Linux or Windows? That time is slightly faster than my 9900K@4.7 on Win10.
 

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Seti@home
Windows 10 64
hyperthreading on, also running gpu tasks
Lunatics optimized app for seti
Stock clocks, good cooling both 32GB ram


3900x
Ram 3600 cas 15

7914839166 3588487697 1 Aug 2019, 18:31:22 UTC 1 Aug 2019, 22:59:57 UTC Completed and validated 3,607.47 3,595.31 73.54 SETI@home v8
Anonymous platform (CPU)
3600 seconds or roughly 60 minutes on average.

1950x
2933 ram cas 14
7914593934 3588371632 1 Aug 2019, 16:23:42 UTC 1 Aug 2019, 21:33:19 UTC Completed and validated 6,365.34 5,752.14 69.17 SETI@home v8
Anonymous platform (CPU)
Roughly 1 hour 46 minutes per task
 

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tweaking my ram further and letting things settle in and i am seeing alot of V8 tasks finish in low 50 minutes on the 3900x so i think the average might be closer to 53 minutes
 

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3900x is pretty much destroying my 1950x on WCG SCC. Here are my recent stats where both rigs were running SCC. the low scoring days were days i was running other projects so ignore that, but where the data points cross is relevant.
Also if anything my 3900x had more downtime as i was messing around with it alot more.

Recent production days for 3900x
3900xWCG.PNG



VS recent production days for TR 1950x Keep in mind that both machines are only running Stop Childhood Cancer sub project:
1950xWCG.PNG



and yes the recent scores have been better with upping my ram clocks. Sure some of this has to do with the way the points are awarded. If you look at the number of results returned they are pretty close.
So on paper the 3900x is completing about the same number of tasks (which is amazing since its 8 threads less) but because the work units are returned faster i am also getting point bonuses.

Again this is both systems on windows 10 64 bit running stock clocks.
 

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SCC will run faster in linux coz it is using Autodock Vina application. 3900x probably consumes a lot less power. Overall this is a great DC chip. Wonder what the 3950x will bring.
 
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