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Old 11-13-2017, 06:22 PM   #1
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CinabenchR15 Benchmark!

I just ran this benchmark and got 872, temps mid 60C's...I've seen this used all over the web so I lot I would try here. Here's the link to the benchmark!

CinebenchMAXON | 3D FOR THE REAL WORLD
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Old 11-13-2017, 06:28 PM   #2
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Re: CinabenchR15 Benchmark!

Here's a run with openGl benchmark, the post above was for the cpu!
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Old 11-13-2017, 08:03 PM   #3
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Re: CinabenchR15 Benchmark!

This has both our CPU's plus the 7820X on it.

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Re: CinabenchR15 Benchmark!

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That's looking good on the stock 7820X, I'm going to need the 15D to cool it, my 4970K was mid 60C's with the 12S....one thing I found out about the black replacement fan is it runs at 300 to 1500 rpms, the stock brown fan runs at 300 to 1200 rpms...
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Old 11-13-2017, 08:44 PM   #6
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I was at 4.3GHZ and got 1690. I bumped it up to 4.4GHz and got 1719. There is no catching the 7820X for me. At 4.4GHz though my temps were in the low 60's. I am not concerned about having top scores. Even though I OC my CPU to 4.3GHz it still remains very cool running and stable. I love this Haswell-E chip and my 2400 CL12 sticks and my 1080. My game experience is very good now. I have a wide screen that is running very smooth at 100Hz. I played DooM again last night for a while. I played two misions in a row last night on nightmare mode and the air coming out of the back of my case was not too warm and fans were running slow. I also never got uncomfortable in my room. It is a huge night and day difference from using the HSF on my video card. I could start the mission and already hot air was blowing out of my case. Huge huge difference. That is why I said yesterday I will probably forever water cool my video card. My 1080 is supposed to be a 180W card but if you load it I think it feels like a 225-250W card but not anymore. Yesterday I was even thinking I could easily cool a 1080Ti with this EK block but I don't need it. I am very happy where I am at and can't wait for this week to be over so I can be finished on this cooling job.
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Re: CinabenchR15 Benchmark!

Your system when its completely done is going to be first class all the way...a few hiccups but that's to be expected but the finished product is going to be awesome! I just want mine to be stable and fast...can't wait until you get your 900P!
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That's looking good on the stock 7820X, I'm going to need the 15D to cool it, my 4970K was mid 60C's with the 12S....one thing I found out about the black replacement fan is it runs at 300 to 1500 rpms, the stock brown fan runs at 300 to 1200 rpms...
Yeah I am surprised how far down your Devil's Canyon CPU is running at 4.4GHz. Cinebench uses multicore though. That i7-7820X is a great chip though according to benchmarks. It spanks my i7-5960X where I see mine but to me, this first 8-core CPU on 22nm with soldered-heat spreader is a fun toy to play with. It does not get that hot and I am way OCing it. My system right feels really snappy opening programs. I wonder if I will even feel the new Optane drive tomorrow.
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Yeah I am surprised how far down your Devil's Canyon CPU is running at 4.4GHz. Cinebench uses multicore though. That i7-7820X is a great chip though according to benchmarks. It spanks my i7-5960X where I see mine but to me, this first 8-core CPU on 22nm with soldered-heat spreader is a fun toy to play with. It does not get that hot and I am way OCing it. My system right feels really snappy opening programs. I wonder if I will even feel the new Optane drive tomorrow.
You know I want to talk to you about a delidded 7820X that I can get, which they delid it and get rid of the crap tim Intel put on it and replace with Liquid metal and put the lid back on.....10 to 20 degrees better temps...for $619...is it worth it!
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Yeah I read about that a while back in a review about that company. It would be fine to get it, there is no risk. But, do you need it? I think the ones wining about soldered TIM are the ones interested in OCing the chip and you are not.

IMO, if the deliding helps you at stock frequencies with giving you a cooler chip than it would be a consideration. It is not just that you are at stock frequencies but also what you do with it. At stock frequencies and idling in ABXZone you will be running around 25W. Even gaming my CPU gets to around 42C in DooM. So you will probably only see a benefit to deliding in running benchmarks but I could be wrong. I would look at the companies deliding temp data. It may help at stock as well.

I will mention two other points. The fanboys of soldered TIM get the Skylake-X and poop in there pants when they see the temps. The blame Intel's non-soldered TIM. First off Intel knows what it is doing and has expertise way beyond what we can even comprehend. They went back to soldered TIM on Devils Canyon and really I don't know if it made a whole lot of difference. Look at the 7700 without soldered TIM. So Intel has their design reasons. Anyway, back to the fanboys pooping in their pants. These 14nm chips go crazy hot in a heartbeat. They have more cores and transistors in a smaller area. I don't think any type of short term cooling is going to affect the internal temp from jumping. These 14nm CPU's are very efficient but once under load the power instantly kicks on and they become a nuclear reactor because they are so small and dense. When you OC them, they are constantly a nuclear reactor.

All in all I would probably go for the delided CPU but frankly you probably don't need it because you do not OC. If your stock temps stayed lower than 80C in AIDA64, IXTU, Geekbench, and Cinebench then that would be fine IMO.
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Re: CinabenchR15 Benchmark!

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Yeah I read about that a while back in a review about that company. It would be fine to get it, there is no risk. But, do you need it? I think the ones wining about soldered TIM are the ones interested in OCing the chip and you are not.

IMO, if the deliding helps you at stock frequencies with giving you a cooler chip than it would be a consideration. It is not just that you are at stock frequencies but also what you do with it. At stock frequencies and idling in ABXZone you will be running around 25W. Even gaming my CPU gets to around 42C in DooM. So you will probably only see a benefit to deliding in running benchmarks but I could be wrong. I would look at the companies deliding temp data. It may help at stock as well.

I will mention two other points. The fanboys of soldered TIM get the Skylake-X and poop in there pants when they see the temps. The blame Intel's non-soldered TIM. First off Intel knows what it is doing and has expertise way beyond what we can even comprehend. They went back to soldered TIM on Devils Canyon and really I don't know if it made a whole lot of difference. Look at the 7700 without soldered TIM. So Intel has their design reasons. Anyway, back to the fanboys pooping in their pants. These 14nm chips go crazy hot in a heartbeat. They have more cores and transistors in a smaller area. I don't think any type of short term cooling is going to affect the internal temp from jumping. These 14nm CPU's are very efficient but once under load the power instantly kicks on and they become a nuclear reactor because they are so small and dense. When you OC them, they are constantly a nuclear reactor.

All in all I would probably go for the delided CPU but frankly you probably don't need it because you do not OC. If your stock temps stayed lower than 80C in AIDA64, IXTU, Geekbench, and Cinebench then that would be fine IMO.
Thanks for that explanation...I'll have to wait and see what the price difference is...always trying for the best performance for the buck!
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Re: CinabenchR15 Benchmark!

Here's a pic of me cpu benchie...
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Here's a pic of me cpu benchie...
Nice score Skully try the video card one....Sandog and I where only 4 fps apart, be interesting to see what that 1080Ti will do!
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I did its right above your last post...
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