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Re: New Ryzen 7 mATX Build

Mon May 01, 2017 12:48 am

7950 is what a 280? OpenGL might not be the best use case for a quad or eight core machine but that's still far below what the new proc is capable of using I think.
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Re: New Ryzen 7 mATX Build

Mon May 01, 2017 6:06 am

CampinCarl wrote:
Hey all, just so everyone is aware, I got everything up and running last night. I won't say it went perfectly, of course...

I'm working on a write up that will encompass both some of the things already discussed here and new stuff. I will also update the write-up with additional benchmarks in a couple months when I buy a new video card (and, honestly, probably a 1TB M.2 SSD too).

Some preliminary data though:

Cinebench shows (average of 3 runs), 10.12% improvement in the single-thread score, +3.53% for four threads, +34.18% for eight threads, and +139.25% for 16 threads (yes, I ran 16 threads on my 8-thread 3770. I was hoping the data would actually be WORSE, but I probably just didn't oversubscribe it enough). OpenGL score (same GPU, mind you!) is up 13.16%.

Glad you got your new build up and running. Good luck with it.

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