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2014-10-15, 15:37:38
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Juraj Talcik

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Probably 2.. the benchmark doesn't scale well (actually at all). Current Alpha does (for example my 2p 2680v2 node is exactly 3 times faster than 4930k in no overclock state).
I really think there should be warning or update as originally I guess this wasn't actually benchmark but over the time it's now simply pointless and creates confusion.
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2014-10-15, 15:54:05
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(for example my 2p 2680v2 node is exactly 3 times faster than 4930k in no overclock state).
Is your dual xeon's oc'd? If yes, at which speed and which mb?
Thank you.


2014-10-15, 15:59:14
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(for example my 2p 2680v2 node is exactly 3 times faster than 4930k in no overclock state).
Is your dual xeon's oc'd? If yes, at which speed and which mb?
Thank you.

Sorry maybe that was confusingly written, my Xeons aren't, but they run at all-core turbo, which is 3.2GHz (from default 2.8), so it's 40x3.2
Ivy Bridge v2 Xeons can't be overclocked because they have locked multiplier, although you can modify FSB, I suggest against, and it's only about 400MHz.

V3 (Haswell) Xeons can be overclocked if you use Workstation board from Asus with their Uefi with allow some 5-10 overclock...somehow, I didn't study, but I guess it's not FSB related.
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2014-10-15, 17:26:26
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Does someone knows benchmark results for a 5820k?

Cheers.

2014-10-15, 17:34:03
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(for example my 2p 2680v2 node is exactly 3 times faster than 4930k in no overclock state).
Is your dual xeon's oc'd? If yes, at which speed and which mb?
Thank you.

Sorry maybe that was confusingly written, my Xeons aren't, but they run at all-core turbo, which is 3.2GHz (from default 2.8), so it's 40x3.2
Ivy Bridge v2 Xeons can't be overclocked because they have locked multiplier, although you can modify FSB, I suggest against, and it's only about 400MHz.

V3 (Haswell) Xeons can be overclocked if you use Workstation board from Asus with their Uefi with allow some 5-10 overclock...somehow, I didn't study, but I guess it's not FSB related.

Ok thank you.
I hope they won't remove this option of ocing on xeon, I'm pretty happy with my 5650 oc'd, and the 56xx range was nice, especially the 5680, you could go pretty far in oc with it.

2014-10-15, 21:15:13
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Does someone knows benchmark results for a 5820k?

Cheers.

It would be a little faster than 4930K
More interesting what could show 5960x with OC

2014-10-16, 02:40:35
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Hi, saw some asking for a benchmark with the new intel cpu i7-5960x

Corona Renderer Alpha 4 benchmark scene
Living room 100 passes
CPU: Intel(R) i7-5960x @3GHz
Graphic: Asus GTX780TI
Board: Asus Rampage Extreme V
Memory: 64gb Crucial DDR4
Time: 0:2:14


2014-10-16, 09:57:52
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Hi, saw some asking for a benchmark with the new intel cpu i7-5960x

CPU: Intel(R) i7-5960x @3GHz
Time: 0:2:14

Hi! Thanks for test
What exactly was the cpu Ghz OC?

2014-10-16, 11:03:54
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Actually I think it should be way faster than the 4930, anyways, thanks for the 5960, pretty impressive, but if someone can post the 5820,I want to decide if it's better one 5960 vs two 5820 ,probably is not better but the cost is about the same, so I want to decide.

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2014-10-16, 13:17:37
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Actually I think it should be way faster than the 4930, anyways, thanks for the 5960, pretty impressive, but if someone can post the 5820,I want to decide if it's better one 5960 vs two 5820 ,probably is not better but the cost is about the same, so I want to decide.

Cheers.

Full workstation/nodes with quality PSU, 32GB DDR4 memory and SSD ? You can take the passmark scores from CPUBenchmark, they correlate almost directly to Corona performance.
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2014-10-16, 15:48:30
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Hi, saw some asking for a benchmark with the new intel cpu i7-5960x

Corona Renderer Alpha 4 benchmark scene
Living room 100 passes
CPU: Intel(R) i7-5960x @3GHz
Graphic: Asus GTX780TI
Board: Asus Rampage Extreme V
Memory: 64gb Crucial DDR4
Time: 0:2:14

pretty nice ..
@3GHz? without overclock?

2014-10-16, 19:37:39
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Hi,
CPU clocked @4.4ghz no special overclock just a auto overclock with the Rampage Extreme V probabily manualy i can do even more, anyway for now i will stick with 4.4GHZ
i will post a printscreen now testing cinebench

2014-10-16, 20:23:44
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Hi,
CPU clocked @4.4ghz no special overclock just a auto overclock with the Rampage Extreme V probabily manualy i can do even more, anyway for now i will stick with 4.4GHZ
i will post a printscreen now testing cinebench

Nice ! What's the Cinebech11 score ? Can you get up to 17-18 ?

Anyway, cool build ;- )
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2014-10-16, 21:08:00
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Hi Juraj, thank you

Here it is the printscreen with cinebench11

2014-10-16, 22:28:16
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SO 5820k it's significantly better than 4770k:

http://www.cpubenchmark.net/cpu.php?cpu=Intel+Core+i7-5820K+%40+3.30GHz&id=2340
http://www.cpubenchmark.net/cpu.php?cpu=Intel+Core+i7-4770K+%40+3.50GHz&id=1919
http://www.cpubenchmark.net/cpu.php?cpu=Intel+Core+i7-5960X+%40+3.00GHz&id=2332
http://www.cpubenchmark.net/cpu.php?cpu=Intel+Core+i7-5930K+%40+3.50GHz&id=2336

Price relation:
4770k - 10269 - $318.98 USD (2013-06-04)     - 81.79%
5820k - 13021 - $389.99 USD (2014-09-07)     - 100% - BASELINE
5930k - 13394 - $589 USD (2014-08-31)          - 151.02%
5960x - 16030 - $1049.99 USD (2014-08-31)   - 269.23%

Performance relation:
4770k - 10269 - 78.86%
5820k - 13021 - 100%      - BASELINE
5930k - 13394 - 102.86%
5960x - 16030 - 123.10%

So IMHO best CPU right now: 5820k

Cheers!

Interesting relation, best price/performance keeps being 5820k