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post results lads

>> No.56854050
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>> No.56854081

>>56854050
which CPU do you have? the results are oddly similar

>> No.56854099

>>56854081
5820k at 4.4ghz.

>> No.56854124

>>56854099
I'm on a [email protected]

>> No.56854151

>>56854124
figured, only things that score that high are xeons and HEDT i7s.

Or multiple older xeons.

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>>56854124
Here is an updated R15 run without as many background tasks runninng. Still 4.4GHz 5820k.

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>>56854267
That's a nice score anon. I just clocked to 4.2GHz with 1.25V for fun's sake. Runs stable with Prime95

>> No.56854530

>>56854437
Yeah, i debated clocking mine at 4.7GHz 1.34v cause I know I can get it stable there for benchmarking.

I would probably clear ~1350CB

6800k supposedly OCs a bit worse than the 5820k, but has ~5-10% IPC improvements, so it more or less works out the same or close to it.

>> No.56854634

>proprietary botnet
lol no thanks 0/10 wouldn't even run if there was a binary available for gnu/linux

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Having a Xeon is fun for multi-threaded stuff.

>> No.56854659

>>56854530
4.7GHz at 1.34V sounds like a very good trade-off to me, I'd be happy if I achieved that. I tried 4.4GHz at 1.25V first but it didn't boot, had to reset it.

>>56854634
Because every single thing is a fucking botnet nowadays, right?

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>>56854659
>I tried 4.4GHz at 1.25V
1.269v at 4.4GHz is my daily.

I can boot at 4.7GHz 1.29v, but it needs 1.34v for something stable enough for benchmarking.

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