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    We may run a hardware this way too, he-he
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    All the things crammed together! No GPU yet...
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    Holy shit, I like the "tiny" front fan

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    And GPU installed:
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    Quote Originally Posted by encode View Post
    And GPU installed:
    Nice. Now I expect you're going to solve the problem of how to use that GPU for compression...

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    Sort of "sidestep" upgrade this time. Instead a brand new "Skylake" i7-6700K, Santa brought me a workstation-grade motherboard (ASUS P8Z77 WS), a faster RAM (Kingston Beast 2400MHz CL11 4x4GB) and a new chassis (Corsair 200R).
    Looks good so far!
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    My new PC:
    Intel Core i7-4790 (Non-K) @ 4.2 GHz
    Noctua NH-U9S heatsink
    MSI Z97-G43 motherboard
    32 GB Kingston HyperX Fury DDR3 1866 MHz memory
    Same SSD, same chassis

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    I have replaced my i7-4790 with i7-4790K (Something in my style). Now I can overclock it up to 5 GHz on air (Noctua NH-U12S)!

    Well, 100% stable is 4.9 GHz. The proof:
    http://www.3dmark.com/3dm11/12001096
    http://www.3dmark.com/fs/11786393

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    Quote Originally Posted by encode View Post
    i7-4790K 100% stable is 4.9 GHz.
    Cinebench CPU score?

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    I'll tell you later - since right now my PC is running my optimizer 24/7...

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    Are you going to try Ryzen? It seems like the main thing with Ryzen is 8 cores (16 threads). That's a lot of cores to keep busy, but if the workload allows, the performance looks good.

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    To me the main thing is a large CPU cache! (4 MB of L2 + 16 MB of L3) A compressor can run really fast if a hash table can fit into a CPU cache. Desktop i7 has only 8 MB of L3. So even a single threaded compressor with this nice amount of a cache can give a serious boost! Let's wait and see!

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    ryzen has two modules, each with 4 cores and 8 MB cache accessed only from these cores

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    Bad news then...

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    Unlike 3DMark, Cinebench R15 requires some extra voltage bump at CPU frequencies above 4.7 GHz. So I briefly tested my i7-4790K @ 4.7 GHz - the result is 944
    Actually, I don't really care about these numbers...

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    None of these really push you CPU to the limit. and none of them does calculation error checking.
    If you are interested in 100% stability i would advice to use prime95 or linpack to test the CPU part.

    Anyway congrats on the new CPU. I hope it will server a nice boost for you.

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    My traditional PC Build video:
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    Ryzen looks pretty good right now! I even think I was mistaken by choosing the i7-4790K last year. Anyway, I think I'll wait for the i7-8700K (6 cores/12 threads) CPU!


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    Quote Originally Posted by encode View Post
    Ryzen looks pretty good right now! I even think I was mistaken by choosing the i7-4790K last year. Anyway, I think I'll wait for the i7-8700K (6 cores/12 threads) CPU!

    Yeah as soon as i have the money for it. im going to upgrade with a ryzen system as well.

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    And, my traditional PC Build video once again:
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    My PC upgrade:
    CPU: Intel Core i5-9600K @ 5.2 GHz
    Memory: 2x8 GB Corsair Vengeance LPX 3200 MHz CL16
    MoBo: MSI MPG Z390 GAMING EDGE AC
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    Black Friday shopping?
    Aha, so it's seriously overclocked? Nice!
    What (single thread and cpu mark) score does it get by cpubenchmark.net?

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    I'm not that really into this thing, however here's my quick test of my i5-9600K @ 5GHz:
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    Oh, sorry. I could have seen from your earlier posts.
    Nevertheless these numbers are (or may be) useful for the reader - including me. So thank you for your effort. Appreciated.

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    For comparison, i7-9700K @ 5.0 and 5.1 GHz:
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