I ran Cinebench on all CPUs I could

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  1. M76

    M76 [H]ardForum Junkie

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    I ran Cinebench R20 on all CPUs I could get access to. Why? Because I could. Take it or leave it.

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  2. Zepher

    Zepher [H]ipster Replacement

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    where are the Pentiums 4's?
     
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    M76 [H]ardForum Junkie

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    In the landfill they belong in.

    Which part of "take it or leave it" do you not get? I ran it on everything I could get my hands on currently, if it's not on the list I don't have it.
     
  4. GiGaBiTe

    GiGaBiTe Gawd

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    Cinebench R20 requires Windows 7 and a CPU which support EM64T and SSE3. This eliminates all but about 28 Pentium 4s. It also requires 4 GB of RAM, which takes that list down further since 4 GB was not a common configuration at the time and many motherboards had problems supporting more than 3.5 GB due to chipset limitations.
     
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    Thanks for compiling this. Gulftown still putting up a fight all these years later. Few if any platforms can compare to the longevity X58 has provided.
     
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    vick1000 [H]ard|Gawd

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    The 3000 series is Ivy Bridge, not Sandy, right?
     
  7. thecold

    thecold Limp Gawd

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    the 3820 is sandy bridge e socket 2011
     
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  8. extide

    extide 2[H]4U

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    I like the C2D E7400 vs the G3900 at the top. Both 2C/2T, 2.8Ghz, no turbo. More than twice the performance at slightly less TDP with a ~modern platform.
     
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  9. sk3tch

    sk3tch [H]ard|Gawd

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    Stock 9900KS (just used default values - I am a noob with Cinebench):

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  10. SmokeRngs

    SmokeRngs [H]ard|DCer of the Month - April 2008

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    If you want to add a Q6600@3.6 to your list I was able to find an old screenshot I posted on the forum as the original screenshot was deleted a while back.

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  11. Jamie Marsala

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    Ignore the 4.4Ghz OC I have no idea of what happened there. But here is mine stock and OC'ed to 4.3Ghz all core, on a 3900x.
     

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    drescherjm [H]ardForum Junkie

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    Here is my new iBuyPower Ryzen 3700X at work at stock settings


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    And here is the i7 860 it will replace..

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  13. E4g1e

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    Here is my result for my current main i7-4790K rig (CPU at default clocks):

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    That's a darned good score for a five-year-old quad-core CPU.

    I will be upgrading to a more modern CPU platform very soon, as some of the programs that I'm currently running now require a 6th-Generation or newer Intel Core series CPU or its AMD performance/feature equivalent in order to run properly.
     
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    Here's mine.

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    E4g1e [H]ardness Supreme

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    That was before today's upgrade. I now have an AMD Ryzen 7 3800X and 32 GB of DDR4-3200 RAM (versus the Intel i7-4790K CPU and 32 GB of DDR3-1600 RAM in my previous build).

    Here are the results from my 3800X at default clocks:

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  16. M76

    M76 [H]ardForum Junkie

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    I updated the list with new and contributed results.
     
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  17. SmokeRngs

    SmokeRngs [H]ard|DCer of the Month - April 2008

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    My current system. Ryzen 2600x running PB2. The vast majority of the test was running 3.9-3.95Ghz all core. Would probably be a bit better if I wasn't using the stock cooler.

    The higher score is a previous run from a while back but seems to fit the normal variance for different runs I've seen. If you add this you can pick whichever score you want.

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    Are new threadrippers allowed here in the Intel forum?
     

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    and i quote
    "on all CPUs"
     
  20. Dan_D

    Dan_D [H]ard as it Gets

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    Here, have some more:

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  21. M76

    M76 [H]ardForum Junkie

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    It's here because there is no brand agnostic thread.
     
  22. SmokeRngs

    SmokeRngs [H]ard|DCer of the Month - April 2008

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    Sweet. My Q6600 is still the oldest CPU on the list so far. :D
     
  23. Dan_D

    Dan_D [H]ard as it Gets

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    I could run it on virtually any range of CPU's you can imagine. I actually collect CPU's. I have enough in my collection. However, I neither have motherboards for all of them, nor the desire to do it.
     
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  24. tangoseal

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    I love how OC now days is all core.

    OC is nothing more than a marketing term anymore.
     
  25. Dan_D

    Dan_D [H]ard as it Gets

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    Not true. Overclocking is still a thing, but we aren't going up by 800MHz+ anymore. Now its a couple hundred MHz, or as you said making the boost clock the all core value. The 9900KS can be taken to 5.2GHz. 9900K / 9900KF can do 5.0GHz. I've got a 9600K that can do 5.1GHz etc. Ordinarily, the 9900K/KF boosts to 4.9 despite what's advertised. The 5.0GHz number is Turbo Boost Max 3.0 on two cores, but its very specific circumstances that let this happen. I rarely saw it in testing. On Ryzen's you do trade single-threaded performance, but you can pick up allot in multi-threaded workloads by clocking them 100-200MHz higher. Boosting is erratic and won't stay at 4.05GHz all the time or whatever. Locking it down to 4.2GHz or 4.3GHz all core makes a difference.
     
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    So, I'm moving back to Dallas (Rockwall) in January, maybe find an open weekend day?

    I shoot guns too... ;)

    [and need to do more product photography projects for my other hobby...]
     
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    Nice. I'm actually right near Rockwall.
     
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  28. tom_ozahoski

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    Don't have a screenshot while at work but scored 4007 on my 3600x at all core 4350