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Re: Post your userbenchmark score. 2020/07/15 21:54:00 (permalink)
32800 on which test?




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Re: Post your userbenchmark score. 2020/07/17 17:37:58 (permalink)
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Re: Post your userbenchmark score. 2020/07/19 08:02:08 (permalink)
https://www.userbenchmark.com/UserRun/30791549
 
UserBenchmarks: Game 125%, Desk 134%, Work 128%
CPU: Intel Core i7-9700K - 106.6%
GPU: Nvidia RTX 2080S (Super) - 141.7%
SSD: Adata SX8100NP 1TB - 246.1%
SSD: Adata SX8100NP 2TB - 236.8%
RAM: Corsair Vengeance LPX DDR4 3200 C16 4x8GB - 108%
MBD: EVGA Z390 FTW
 
Edit: having trouble getting the images to post. deleted for now
post edited by _2100_ - 2020/07/19 08:04:44


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Re: Post your userbenchmark score. 2020/07/19 18:48:11 (permalink)
Use this and select BBCode full link after you upload picture .
Copy and paste it in .....easy peasy
https://imgbb.com/

BTW, why aren't you overclocking the RAM?
Also , 2 sticks are far easier to OC than 4 so yours should be easy .
post edited by spit051261 - 2020/07/19 18:55:42

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Re: Post your userbenchmark score. 2020/07/19 21:04:25 (permalink)
Yeah overclocking the RAM can give good results if you have the right silicon.
Anyhow my results are why I am not a fan of Userbenchmark as it gives false pretense:
https://www.userbenchmark.com/UserRun/30813340
 
By all accounts I actually have on paper a system that is only slightly slower in gaming in general then _2100_'s system but this benchmark makes it look like the 9700K outclasses the 3600 in single thread by a mile... it does not.
By most accounts I should be on par here but no my processor has AMD badge on it as opposed to the holy great thy be name intel so sayith userbenchmark and their nonsense weighing system, I mean yes there are a few games that favor intel but userbenchmark is not representative of that nor is it representive AMD's value per dollar.
It really is just sick and sad really, I know damned well how good the 3600 is based on better more qualified benchmarks who dont have a bias towards team blue.
Really the only reason why userbenchmark did this is probably that sweet intel paycheck, them and tomshardware.
Again I am not saying this as I am pro team red, but its awfully shady that userbenchmark came out with their new weight system soon after zen2 came out and AMD embarrassed intel so badly by offering great gaming processors for the price.
post edited by MadmanRB - 2020/07/19 21:11:00


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Re: Post your userbenchmark score. 2020/07/20 05:17:38 (permalink)
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Use this and select BBCode full link after you upload picture .
Copy and paste it in .....easy peasy
https://imgbb.com/

BTW, why aren't you overclocking the RAM?
Also , 2 sticks are far easier to OC than 4 so yours should be easy .



I was using that link, had seen an earlier post of yours where you included it.  I had misunderstood the steps and was placing the url in the "insert picture" box.  This morning I realized my mistake and the copy/paste simply needs to be placed in the post itself.
 
Why have I not overclocked RAM? First, I am quite new to all of this, this rig being my first foray into the DIY space and OC.  Combined with an increase in work for the past few months, a lot of people were let go and my work load increased significantly, I have not had the time to learn about the process.  OCing RAM is on my to-do list, but I need to read/watch/learn more before I am comfortable going forward.  Had I been better informed when I parted out the system last fall I probably would have had gone for a 2x16 kit.  
 


 


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Re: Post your userbenchmark score. 2020/07/20 08:37:31 (permalink)
Only thing letting me down now is the evo.
I changed to a 2 Tb but it's slower than 2 x 1 in raid 0.
When my other Apex gets here , sort that out with some good ole raid 0.



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Re: Post your userbenchmark score. 2020/07/20 08:48:57 (permalink)
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spit051261
Use this and select BBCode full link after you upload picture .
Copy and paste it in .....easy peasy
https://imgbb.com/

BTW, why aren't you overclocking the RAM?
Also , 2 sticks are far easier to OC than 4 so yours should be easy .



I was using that link, had seen an earlier post of yours where you included it.  I had misunderstood the steps and was placing the url in the "insert picture" box.  This morning I realized my mistake and the copy/paste simply needs to be placed in the post itself.
 
Why have I not overclocked RAM? First, I am quite new to all of this, this rig being my first foray into the DIY space and OC.  Combined with an increase in work for the past few months, a lot of people were let go and my work load increased significantly, I have not had the time to learn about the process.  OCing RAM is on my to-do list, but I need to read/watch/learn more before I am comfortable going forward.  Had I been better informed when I parted out the system last fall I probably would have had gone for a 2x16 kit.  
 
 
 
 


I apologize 
RAM is so important to every benchmark you run .
Without good RAM speed/timings you are fighting a losing battle.
I am no expert at OC RAM but there are plenty here that are .
Just make a post and ask for advice , it's that easy .
The guys won't bite your head off and they will help ....if you want it.
Take care and enjoy.
BTW ....All I use are 2 x 8Gb sticks ( 4 kits ) ....much easier to OC .
You don't need 16 Gb sticks or 32Gb of RAM ...unless you are using that video editing CPU ....Ryzen.
post edited by spit051261 - 2020/07/20 08:54:16

Intel i9 10900K @ 5.5GHz, MSI Z490 Godlike, 16GB G.Skill Trident Z 4266, KPE 2080ti, 1TB Samsung 970 EVO+, EVGA 1600W ,Corsair 680X
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Re: Post your userbenchmark score. 2020/07/20 08:53:53 (permalink)
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Use this and select BBCode full link after you upload picture .
Copy and paste it in .....easy peasy
https://imgbb.com/

BTW, why aren't you overclocking the RAM?
Also , 2 sticks are far easier to OC than 4 so yours should be easy .



I was using that link, had seen an earlier post of yours where you included it.  I had misunderstood the steps and was placing the url in the "insert picture" box.  This morning I realized my mistake and the copy/paste simply needs to be placed in the post itself.
 
Why have I not overclocked RAM? First, I am quite new to all of this, this rig being my first foray into the DIY space and OC.  Combined with an increase in work for the past few months, a lot of people were let go and my work load increased significantly, I have not had the time to learn about the process.  OCing RAM is on my to-do list, but I need to read/watch/learn more before I am comfortable going forward.  Had I been better informed when I parted out the system last fall I probably would have had gone for a 2x16 kit.  
 
 
 
 


I apologize 
RAM is so important to every benchmark you run .
Without good RAM speed/timings you are fighting a losing battle.
I am no expert at OC RAM but there are plenty here that are .
Just make a post and ask for advice , it's that easy .
The guys won't bite your head off and they will help ....if you want it.
Take care and enjoy.


No apologies necessary. I'm enjoying this whole learning process and am taking my time going through these threads and occasionally popping in. This one introduced me to a new benchmark and figured I would post since I ran it.

My first forum post was a noob question in these OC threads and the responses were great, I've no worries about these folks biting my head off.

Thanks for your replies.


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Re: Post your userbenchmark score. 2020/07/20 09:05:13 (permalink)
Here is an example .
My Ram is 4266 but when I run it at XMP it gave a bad score .
It takes time but I fiddled with the figures and dropped my speed and tightened timings as well as bumping up the voltage to get 100% .
Also fiddled with one or two other values but if you just concentrate on primary timings, speed and voltage ....that will give you heaps of increase
Initial values G skill 4266 CL19-19-19-39 @ 1.4v.
New values .......... 4200 CL14-13-13-28 @ 1.95v.
I should add , that voltage is high and not to be used 24/7 , just bench marking now and again 

post edited by spit051261 - 2020/07/20 09:25:32

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Re: Post your userbenchmark score. 2020/07/20 19:12:54 (permalink)
One thing I forget to tell you .
If you want to OC your RAM, you need to set MEM to 3000.
Open up MSCONFIG.......BOOT.......ADVANCED OPTIONS......CHECK MAX MEMORY and change it to 3000.....restart.....windows can manage fine on that .
You'll have more joy OC your RAM then .
You'll have to reset it back to 16000 if you want to play games etc. Though by unchecking the box and re starting.
Get back and let us know how you get on .

Intel i9 10900K @ 5.5GHz, MSI Z490 Godlike, 16GB G.Skill Trident Z 4266, KPE 2080ti, 1TB Samsung 970 EVO+, EVGA 1600W ,Corsair 680X
Intel i9 9900KS @ 5.6GHz, Asus Z390 Gene, 16GB G.Skill Trident Z 4266, EVGA RTX2080Ti KPE 2080ti, 1TB Samsung 970 EVO+, Corsair AX1200W , Lian Li Dynamic
i9 10900k , Apex XII , ASUS Dual OC 2080 Super,G skill 4000 Ram , Evo 970 Plus 2 Tb ,Evga P2 1600,
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