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- Extreme League

61.591 fps with AMD Ryzen 7 1700 at 5400MHz

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Global 8x CPU rank:

1st

Ryzen 7 1700 rank:

Cup Gold 1st out of 80

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CPU details

  • Model: AMD Ryzen 7 1700 'Summit Ridge'
  • Cooling: Liquid Nitrogen
  • Speed: 5,400MHz (+80.00%)
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Memory details

  • Type: 16384MB DDR4 SDRAM
  • Speed: @ 1,333MHz
  • Timings: CL12.0 12-12-24

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Recent Comments

Indonesia speed.fastest says:

This CPU is too good! What can it do on Cinebench R15? Good job btw

Australia unityofsaints says:

I struggle with CB11. 5/15 getting too hot, so my scores are at less than 5.3 Ghz. Chip is good for lighter benches. Any tips for Cinebench appreciated :)

Australia zeropluszero says:

If you can do x265 you should be able to do R15 at the same clocks. At least for intel anyway.
Are you busting paste or something?

Can you crack paste on AMD?

I also feel like you over tighten the crap out of your pots man. have you tried a looser mount?

United Kingdom GeorgeStorm says:

I would say you can do R15 higher than x265

Australia unityofsaints says:

4 hours ago, zeropluszero said:

If you can do x265 you should be able to do R15 at the same clocks. At least for intel anyway.
Are you busting paste or something?

Can you crack paste on AMD?

I also feel like you over tighten the crap out of your pots man. have you tried a looser mount?

3 hours ago, GeorgeStorm said:

I would say you can do R15 higher than x265

Don't worry, I've changed my pot tightening routine :P I've never heard of cracked paste on AMD and I would know about it if it happened because I put a probe directly in the socket.

Can't compare x265 on Intel to x265 on AMD. It runs wayyy lighter whereas CB runs as heavy (if not heavier?) on AMD. Must be related to AVX.

Australia zeropluszero says:

yeh fair enough, it is a completely different architecture and the load could be significantly different.

I take it you've tried different OS and so forth.

Australia unityofsaints says:

8 hours ago, zeropluszero said:

yeh fair enough, it is a completely different architecture and the load could be significantly different.

I take it you've tried different OS and so forth.

Yeah Server 2012 clocks a bit higher than Win 7 but can't use it for CB because Win 8+ is banned on Ryzen because of the BCLK bug. Cinebench does best High + dragged offscreen, realtime is hit and miss scoring-wise and usually just more unstable.

United States yosarianilives says:

4 hours ago, unityofsaints said:

Yeah Server 2012 clocks a bit higher than Win 7 but can't use it for CB because Win 8+ is banned on Ryzen because of the BCLK bug. Cinebench does best High + dragged offscreen, realtime is hit and miss scoring-wise and usually just more unstable.

Haven't run anything on ln2 yet, but I can confirm everything you said about drag offscreen and high priority for just about every cpu. If you can run realtime splendid, but usually it causes an actual system lock up on most things that are unlocked multi unless you lose a couple hundred mhz.

Australia zeropluszero says:

looks like its about everything you can do then.

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