DirectX 9 CPU Benchmark Thread

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  1. Sebastien Brunier

    Sebastien Brunier Active Member Beta tester

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    I've been playing arround with my PC and updated bios to AGESA 1.0.0.3 AB combinned with latest AMD chipset drivers, and despite these recommandations made for Ryzen 3000 series, it seems it brought me a slight performance gain (1%ish avg fps in this test quite a bit more in other tests like GeekBench +3.4% in 1t +2.4% in mt).
    I also changed the memory timings as the new Ryzen DRAM Calculator 1.6.0.3 by 1usmus provides new timings for the speed/profile I was using.
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  2. JBMAK

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    New Mainboard + CPU + RAM
    Overclocking and a few adjustments will follow, after that I´am testing it again... ;)
     

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  3. Balrog

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    Funny, ASUS released the ABB patch BIOS only now, when other manufacturers are releasing the ABBA patch
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    But anyway, it's another slight improvement:
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  4. Thomas Jansen

    Thomas Jansen Sector3 Developer Beta tester

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    Gigabyte is pretty on top of it luckily, with the ABBA bios I can now get pretty close to 4.4GHz boost frequency with PBO+200MHz :D Nice boost in performance
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  5. Sebastien Brunier

    Sebastien Brunier Active Member Beta tester

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    Damn... Now I want to upgrade... Never ending :tearsofjoy:
     
  6. Thomas Jansen

    Thomas Jansen Sector3 Developer Beta tester

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    power plan got changed to windows high performance for some reason, now even better with ryzen balanced :D
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  7. minisale

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    • CPU: Intel i9 9900K no HT
    • CPU OC: 5.2 GHz all core
    • Memory: 16GB DDR4-4000MHz
    • Memory timings: CL16-16-16-28-280
    • GPU: Nvidia Geforce RTX 2080ti
     
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  8. Balrog

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  9. Not Lifting Off

    Not Lifting Off Well-Known Member

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    Lol, dont make it a competition ;)
     
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    Edit : Did some tweaking and managed to squeeze an extra 6-7% performance out of the system :)

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  11. Hipor

    Hipor New Member

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    And here are my scores

    CPU: I7-8700K
    CPU OC: 5.0 GHz
    Memory: 32GB DDR4-3200 MHz Dual
    Memory timings: CL16-18-18-36
    GPU: Nvidia Geforce GTX 1080
     

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  12. Sebastien Brunier

    Sebastien Brunier Active Member Beta tester

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    Your memory is runing at 3200MT (1600Mhz DDR) not 4400, that is CPU uncore frequency.
    Very good results nonetheless.
     
  13. Hipor

    Hipor New Member

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    Ahh i understand thanks :)
     
  14. FormelLMS

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    And if you are running with 5 Ghz, you can set uncore to 4,7 Ghz. this would not gain much, but it's a little helper.
     
  15. Balrog

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    Btw I'd recommend avoiding the 1.0.0.3 AGESA ABB BIOSes, performance is noticably worse during gaming. I get mild stutters in every VR title, even tough they all ran perfectly fine with the same settings on the pervious edition. So it's advisable to wait for the ABBA version.
     
  16. Sebastien Brunier

    Sebastien Brunier Active Member Beta tester

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    I've updated to ABB like a week ago and I had no issues with it neither in Heaven DX9 nor in R3E or ACC.
    Note that almost each time I update the BIOS I have different auto voltage behavior for the CPU so I always have to fine tune the voltage offset to figure out a new voltage offset achieving same performance/stability than before...
    with one bios I would achieve best results with -0.080v with others -0.010 and at current bios I'm at -0.030...
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    side note: my 3700X is coming today... waiting for delivery...
     
  17. Hipor

    Hipor New Member

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    Hi i'll try it and see what happends :)
     
  18. Thomas Jansen

    Thomas Jansen Sector3 Developer Beta tester

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    It definitely fixed the idle power problems for me, but at the cost of the boosting, which was then fixed in ABBA
     
  19. Sebastien Brunier

    Sebastien Brunier Active Member Beta tester

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    3700X dropped in the PC, quite of an extensive settings/benchmarking deep dive and with 3200c14 Fast preset V1 (from 1usmus Ryzen DRAM Calculator 1.6.2) and 1766 Fclock (Infinity Fabric clock) +75 Auto OC is the sweet spot I found to achieve below results.

    Fclock could climb to 1866 but results were less smooth although slightly higher average, same goes for RAM speeds, my kit was runing 3666c14 wih my 2700X but for some reasons Ryzen 2 doesn't like sames speeds (tbf have tried 3600c16 and 3733c16 but not dialed in the 3666c14 settings couldn't wait the memory training was too excited to benchmark)

    Fclock at 1900 is no go on my chip, runs till it hangs hard on you (lost sound card, GPU, well...)

    PBO doesn't helped me either default PB2 is best.

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    And best of all, all cores are able to hit 4.4 (peak not sustained but still) with these settings. It wasn't the case with defaults nor when trying other Memclock Fclock Auto OC combos.

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  20. Yevgeny Lazorenko

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    Hello, Guys.

    Here's my attempt:

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