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Old 01-05-17, 04:06 PM
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CPU-Z version 1.79 has a new benchmarking tool

CPU-Z version 1.79 now includes a new benchmarking tool, which provides more accurate performance data and better support for higher core/thread counts.



Read more on CPU-Z's new benchmarking tool.

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Old 01-05-17, 04:17 PM
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As great as this is, really not sure how it would hold up to be put into reviews for testing all the time. Consistency is key here.
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Old 01-05-17, 04:26 PM
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As great as this is, really not sure how it would hold up to be put into reviews for testing all the time. Consistency is key here.
We have no plans to add it to review testing at this time, but it is useful that people know that new results should not be compared to old benchmark results anymore.

This tool will need to prove itself before it is considered as a standard CPU benchmark for our performance testing.
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Yep, thats what I said
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ouch, someone does not love their 1700 much pumping that much voltage through it.
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ouch, someone does not love their 1700 much pumping that much voltage through it.
The silicon lottery seems to suck with Ryzen. You rarely hear about great temps at high OCs. My poor 1700 can't even do 3800mhz on all cores without a good gob of volts WELL over 1.4v.
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