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    Not sure....

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    Always look beyond the limits...

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    UGH! None of these benchmark tools seem to like loading on my M11X R2. Methinks this thing has finally reached the end of it's usable lifespan. I'll have to use this on the desktop when I get home tonight.

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    1810 2733 My score.

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    I'm on a different computer right now but here's the score a Athlon II x2 250 Did xD
    How does your chip stack up?-ss-2013-11-26-06.31.34-.jpg
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    In tryout mode. Single core: 2451, multicore: 13306
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    On the FX-8350 Box:

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    Nice.all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by killjoyjim View Post
    Nice.all.
    Some of these systems are banging,.........

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    Thought I'd try with a single 8c/16t xeon

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    (1) AlphaCanisLupus1 (32-cores) - Geekbench 3 = 2,986 Single Core (SC) / 71,691 Multicore Cores (MC) [ Tutor's Profile - Geekbench Browser ]; AlphaCanisLupus1 - Geekbench 2 = 58,027; 71,691 / 58,027 = 1.235 or about 24%.

    (2) AlphaCanisLupus0 (32-cores) - Geekbench 3 = 2,990 SC / 71,367 MC [ Tutor's Profile - Geekbench Browser ]; AlphaCanisLupus0 - Geekbench 2 = 56,997; 71,367 / 56,997 = 1.252 or about 25%.

    Each of these two systems have (a) Supermicro 8047R-TRF+ motherboards, (b) quad E5-4650 v1s, (c) 128G of Kingston KVR16R11D4K4/32 DDR3-1600 1Gx72 ECC/REG CL11 Server Memory, (d) Dynatron r14 1U Server - for Intel LGA2011 Sandy Bridge active CPU coolers, (e) redundant Supermicro 1400 W PSUs and (f) now dual GTX 590s in one and dual 690s in the other for Octane/CUDA Rendering with Cinema 4D. They run Windows Server and Linux Mint. Current bios setting emulate underclocking with Turbo biasing.
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    Hey Tutor. Can you put in your system spec's Please?

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    This, using windows and an old i7-2600K system.

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    Quote Originally Posted by killjoyjim View Post
    Hey Tutor. Can you put in your system spec's Please?
    Sure, but my post covered two of them. I've added more information for these two systems in my earlier post, above.

    I held up on putting system spec's in for the sidebar because I've got a CPU/GPU renderfarm with 16 clocktweaked CPU and GPU, Multi-OS, selfbuilds and 4 Mac Pros - all housing over 60 GTX GPUs. Moreover, I've got other, some ancient - like PowerMacs, Amigas and Ataris, clocktweaked systems that I use for music production, 2d animation and video. That makes it hard for me to pick one. What criteria should I use? I've now tried to cover the more recent systems in the sidebar, but I don't really know what's expected in cases like mine. Help!
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