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- Elite League

0.617 fps with Intel Celeron G470 at 2210MHz

Ranking position

2509th

WR Rank:

2509th out of 1314

4th

Global 1x CPU rank:

Medal 4th out of 100

2nd

Celeron G470 rank:

Cup Silver 2nd out of 45

Points earned for overclocker league

Points earned for team league

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HWBOT x265 Benchmark - 4k screenshot
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Memory details

  • Type: 4096MB DDR3 SDRAM
  • Speed: @ 1,031MHz
  • Timings: CL7.0 7-7-18

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  • Speed: MHz / MHz (Stock)

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Recent Comments

United States yosarianilives says:

Is this the chip I sent you? :D

Belgium leeghoofd says:

yep

Italy ale belo says:

yeah,nice work!

United States yosarianilives says:

Nice! Do you have any advice for max bclk? I'll admit I'm kinda clueless and just use mostly auto voltages then put gpu in last slot on a board with plx chip.

United States yosarianilives says:

Also are you running hypers?

Brazil rodrigoduralon says:

haha yes, nice alby

Australia SniperOZ says:

Noooooo!!!......Nice man....

Australia unityofsaints says:

Verrry nice Alby, I gotta get binning these chips :) LN2 or SS btw?

Belgium leeghoofd says:

SS, LN2 is too costly, single benchmark are runs of 40-45 mins, not happening for this old geezer

prebin on air for max bootable bclock, check IMC too, I had good bclockers with 1866 max mem speed, so no good :p

Carl will trash all the scores again... he can reach a real 0.62 for sure with his CPU

United Kingdom GeorgeStorm says:

Nice work, LN2 on this would be insanity hah.

United States yosarianilives says:

LN2 at -50 to -60c on sandy for a 45 minute run 😂

I could see it helping mem tho, so theoretically could be useful for timings. Did you use hypers? I had no luck with them on sandy myself. I couldn't set as tight of tertiary timings as on PSC so my score ended up taking a hit despite tighter primaries.

Australia unityofsaints says:

Not every chip coldbugs in that range and not every SS can hold the right load temp. Ran LN2 for 32m on socket 939 at the weekend for 20 mins, 40 isn't too much of a stretch.

Netherlands Oldscarface says:

Nice one Alby!!!

Germany aerotracks says:

Nice score!

Brazil Alex Darkvenom says:

Good work!

Germany Dancop says:

45 minutes of fun... WTF???

United States yosarianilives says:

28 minutes ago, Dancop said:

45 minutes of fun... WTF???

On single stage it's set and forget so I caught up on quite a few shows back when I took gold for this chip earlier in the year.

United Kingdom Noxinite says:

Come on people a good L3014 could beat this on LN2. :P

Iran Evasion says:

Nice Cpu, you've rocked it :D

Australia ginger_nuts81 says:

Kudos. Great work.

Australia unityofsaints says:

@Noxinite not sure if joking but in case you aren't: x265 is AVX-based and the L3014 doesn't have this instruction so it has no chance in this bench

United Kingdom Noxinite says:

https://hwbot.org/submission/3909790

I'm sorry, I think you were mistaken. :P

United States yosarianilives says:

7 hours ago, unityofsaints said:

@Noxinite not sure if joking but in case you aren't: x265 is AVX-based and the L3014 doesn't have this instruction so it has no chance in this bench

Celerons don't have avx either ;) 

Czech Republic havli says:

AVX makes no difference on Sandy Bridge (in x265)... SSE4 is the key.

United States yosarianilives says:

5 hours ago, havli said:

AVX makes no difference on Sandy Bridge (in x265)... SSE4 is the key.

Not even on core i does avx matter? only the avx2 on haswell+ is where that instruction matters? Or do you just mean that Celerons don't have AVX?

Czech Republic havli says:

I was developing the benchmark on SB-E platform and at the time I performed a lot of testing. AVX had zero inpact on performance when running on SB (Core and Xeon series - those do support AVX). You can try it yourself - either by using Windows 7 non-SP and SP1... or the built-in function of x265, the CPU features override (which is much more convenient). 

 

AVX2 on Haswell and later improves the performance a lot. AVX1 perhaps helps too on some architectures, but certainly not on SB/IB.

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