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Tom's Hardware Passmark-CPU Benchmark Thread

Noticed that there wasn't a public CPU benchmark thread on Tom's. So I'm starting one. Passmark is a free multi-suite benchmark program, but I'm using just the CPU test for this thread. It's a free 30-day trial, just click "Continue". After the trial expires you can continue to test, but uploading to Passmark's Database is disabled.

https://www.passmark.com/ftp/petst.exe

Some rules/notes you should regard and keep in mind before you post:

1. Use standard settings, especially don't tamper with the "number of threads" settings.

2. Post the screenshot, not a link or plain text.

3. The only allowed tweak is overclocking. No driver tweaks please.

4. You can benchmark any length test, but for accuracy's sake only the default OOTB settings will be added.

5. Please try to keep a low post count unless you have something important to say. No double+ posts.

6. Fake results will be ignored

7. This thread is community (non-moderator) maintained. Results are not always updated immediately.

8. Feel free to resubmit your score as long as it's 200+ marks above the previous score (usually within 5% of the previous). Any lower than 200 is within margin of error.

10. Multiprocessor scores (more than one physical socket on the motherboard) are allowed, just like SLI/Crossfire is allowed on the Superposition thread.

11. You can benchmark any CPU and post a score, even old Socket 478 CPUs. However, only the current version of Passmark will be added (Performance Test 9).

12. Absolutely no flaming, fanboying, or brand-smashing is allowed. Posts like "intel is better than AMD, AMD sucks hahahaha" will be deleted and a moderator may ban your account for doing so.

13. For the sake of cleanliness and keeping order, please only submit one CPU every 72 hours.
I don't want people who collect CPUs benchmarking 20 at a time and cluttering up this thread.

14. Discussion about CPUs and related problems are okay, but if you need help please make a separate thread. This is not a Reddit Q&A megathread.

15. PLEASE save your screenshots as .jpg, .png are larger and take longer to load.

Here's the Master Table (updated 12:30AM Feb 19th 2018) :


I'll kick it off with my Intel Xeon E3 1240. This is the highest score in the world for this particular CPU on Passmark's site, by 11 points! Baseclock at 105.63.

Note: This score is now outdated.

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  1. 6600K @ 4.5GHz

  2. krzyimprt said:
    10,700


    And people wonder why I don't upgrade to a more modern CPU...They're very close, even a 3770K score. Save up a bit and a 3770K is mine...
  3. EquineHero said:
    krzyimprt said:
    10,700


    And people wonder why I don't upgrade to a more modern CPU...They're very close, even a 3770K score. Save up a bit and a 3770K is mine...

    Asus Z97-AR, i5-4690K @4.5Ghz, 16GB RAM, Intel 750 PCIe SSD, GTX 1070.
  4. i7 7700K @4.8 GHz, GTX 1080, 16GB DDR4 3000, Samsung 960EVO M.2.

  5. i3-4170 3.7Ghz (102.5 Blck)
  6. JoeMomma said:
    Asus Z97-AR, i5-4690K @4.5Ghz, 16GB RAM, Intel 750 PCIe SSD, GTX 1070.

    Not bad for Haswell.

    jankerson said:
    i7 7700K @4.8 GHz, GTX 1080, 16GB DDR4 3000, Samsung 960EVO M.2.

    Figured you'd get here sooner or later.

    Robert Ban said:
    i3-4170 3.7Ghz (102.5 Blck)


    How much did you pay for your i3? I paid $50 for my Xeon off Amazon. You could probably raise the BCLK a little.
  7. EquineHero said:
    JoeMomma said:
    Asus Z97-AR, i5-4690K @4.5Ghz, 16GB RAM, Intel 750 PCIe SSD, GTX 1070.

    Not bad for Haswell.

    jankerson said:
    i7 7700K @4.8 GHz, GTX 1080, 16GB DDR4 3000, Samsung 960EVO M.2.

    Figured you'd get here sooner or later.

    Robert Ban said:
    i3-4170 3.7Ghz (102.5 Blck)


    How much did you pay for your i3? I paid $50 for my Xeon off Amazon. You could probably raise the BCLK a little.


    I just installed it and ran it as I normally use my system.
  8. jankerson said:

    I just installed it and ran it as I normally use my system.


    I was talking to Robert Ban.

    But since we're on the topic, you have an unlocked CPU, why don't you uhhhhhhhhh...overclock it?
  9. EquineHero said:
    jankerson said:

    I just installed it and ran it as I normally use my system.


    I was talking to Robert Ban.

    But since we're on the topic, you have an unlocked CPU, why don't you uhhhhhhhhh...overclock it?


    It is.

    Stock is 4.2 GHz/ 4.5 Turbo.

    I am running at 4.8 GHz at 1.28V

    It will do 5 GHz, but not stable at the voltage I want to run it at, not worth running it at 1.38V.

    It will boot fine at 5 GHz and 1.32V, but to get it stable I have to set it to 1.38V, don't want to run more than 1.35V so I don't.
  10. EquineHero said:
    JoeMomma said:
    Asus Z97-AR, i5-4690K @4.5Ghz, 16GB RAM, Intel 750 PCIe SSD, GTX 1070.

    Not bad for Haswell.

    jankerson said:
    i7 7700K @4.8 GHz, GTX 1080, 16GB DDR4 3000, Samsung 960EVO M.2.

    Figured you'd get here sooner or later.

    Robert Ban said:
    i3-4170 3.7Ghz (102.5 Blck)


    How much did you pay for your i3? I paid $50 for my Xeon off Amazon. You could probably raise the BCLK a little.


    I paid around 50-60$ 2 years ago and i cant raise blck because motherboard is low end h81 and it does randomly :)
  11. jankerson said:
    EquineHero said:
    jankerson said:

    I just installed it and ran it as I normally use my system.


    I was talking to Robert Ban.

    But since we're on the topic, you have an unlocked CPU, why don't you uhhhhhhhhh...overclock it?


    It is.

    Stock is 4.2 GHz/ 4.5 Turbo.

    I am running at 4.8 GHz at 1.28V

    It will do 5 GHz, but not stable at the voltage I want to run it at, not worth running it at 1.38V.

    It will boot fine at 5 GHz and 1.32V, but to get it stable I have to set it to 1.38V, don't want to run more than 1.35V so I don't.



    Oh, why is your score so low then? You should be getting 15K+, my friend has an 8700K and he gets 19-20,000 at 5.2GHz.
  12. EquineHero said:
    jankerson said:
    EquineHero said:
    jankerson said:

    I just installed it and ran it as I normally use my system.


    I was talking to Robert Ban.

    But since we're on the topic, you have an unlocked CPU, why don't you uhhhhhhhhh...overclock it?


    It is.

    Stock is 4.2 GHz/ 4.5 Turbo.

    I am running at 4.8 GHz at 1.28V

    It will do 5 GHz, but not stable at the voltage I want to run it at, not worth running it at 1.38V.

    It will boot fine at 5 GHz and 1.32V, but to get it stable I have to set it to 1.38V, don't want to run more than 1.35V so I don't.



    Oh, why is your score so low then? You should be getting 15K+, my friend has an 8700K and he gets 19-20,000 at 5.2GHz.


    It's not low, it's on the higher end of the I7 7700K.

    It's just some are running at a lot higher OC than I am.
  13. jankerson said:

    It's not low, it's on the higher end of the I7 7700K.

    It's just some are running at a lot higher OC than I am.


    I mean even the i5 2500K can get to 5GHz. Hell AMD's Bulldozer and Piledriver got to 8GHz.
  14. EquineHero said:
    jankerson said:

    It's not low, it's on the higher end of the I7 7700K.

    It's just some are running at a lot higher OC than I am.


    I mean even the i5 2500K can get to 5GHz. Hell AMD's Bulldozer and Piledriver got to 8GHz.


    I know, here it is at 5 GHz...............Never said mine wouldn't do it easy, it's I just don't run it that high normally because I have to run it at 1.38V to run it 100% stable. While 4.8GHz is 1.28V 100% stable...... It will boot at 5 GHz at 1.30V....

    All I did was use the Preset at 5 GHz and set the Voltage to 1.38V and ran it. I did all the testing before when I 1st built the machine so I already knew what it would do.

    +481 points.

  15. jankerson said:
    I know, here it is at 5 GHz...............Never said mine wouldn't do it easy, it's I just don't run it that high normally because I have to run it at 1.38V to run it 100% stable. While 4.8GHz is 1.28V 100% stable...... It will boot at 5 GHz at 1.30V....

    All I did was use the Preset at 5 GHz and set the Voltage to 1.38V and ran it. I did all the testing before when I 1st built the machine so I already knew what it would do.

    +481 points.





    Nice, but +481 isn't that good of a boost.

    My Xeon at its default 3.3Ghz with a 3.7Ghz turbo normally gets 8200 in Passmark - but with a BCLK overclock and a turbo just shy of 3.9Ghz I'm getting 8968 - that's almost +700 with a meager 200MHz OC whereas your i7 clocks from 4.5 to 5GHz - that's a whopping 500MHz. You have higher IPC than I do too.



    Something's not adding up, your score should be more than just +480. My buddy's 8700K went from about 15000 at stock speeds to breaking 20K once OC'd at 5.2GHz.

    I'll update the score in a bit, I have Arma3 open.
  16. EquineHero said:
    jankerson said:
    I know, here it is at 5 GHz...............Never said mine wouldn't do it easy, it's I just don't run it that high normally because I have to run it at 1.38V to run it 100% stable. While 4.8GHz is 1.28V 100% stable...... It will boot at 5 GHz at 1.30V....

    All I did was use the Preset at 5 GHz and set the Voltage to 1.38V and ran it. I did all the testing before when I 1st built the machine so I already knew what it would do.

    +481 points.





    Nice, but +481 isn't that good of a boost.

    My Xeon at its default 3.3Ghz with a 3.7Ghz turbo normally gets 8200 in Passmark - but with a BCLK overclock and a turbo just shy of 3.9Ghz I'm getting 8968 - that's almost +700 with a meager 200MHz OC whereas your i7 clocks from 4.5 to 5GHz - that's a whopping 500MHz. You have higher IPC than I do too.



    Something's not adding up, your score should be more than just +480. My buddy's 8700K went from about 15000 at stock speeds to breaking 20K once OC'd at 5.2GHz.

    I'll update the score in a bit, I have Arma3 open.


    That was 200 MHz, from 4.8 to 5 GHz.

    I normally run it at 4.8 GHz.
  17. 8700k@5.0

  18. Best that i could do with my work computer, Asus R3E, X5690 @ 4.28Ghz- 23x186, Mushkin 24GB, 2 EVGA 780 non sli

  19. Ryzen 1700 rig. All stock.

    http://i.imgur.com/P34khBW.png
  20. faalin said:
    Best that i could do with my work computer, Asus R3E, X5690 @ 4.28Ghz- 23x186, Mushkin 24GB, 2 EVGA 780 non sli


    A few things:

    1. Why non-SLI?

    2. Your single threaded score is far too low to be accurate, especially at 4.8GHz, mine's only at 3.9 and my single threaded is higher, your single threaded should be around 2200

    3. Mushkin ram is crap
  21. I5 3450S @ Stock

  22. jankerson said:
    I5 3450S @ Stock



    Please read rule #13
  23. Ryzen 1800x. All stock.


    I added both scores because they were in the same post but please read rule 13, I don't want my entire lunch break to be adding scores on the chart.
  24. EquineHero said:
    jankerson said:
    I5 3450S @ Stock



    Please read rule #13


    Over 48 hours ago when I posted my last one.

    Could have waited until morning I suppose.

    Still have one to post, will wait until the 12th.
  25. jankerson said:
    EquineHero said:
    jankerson said:
    I5 3450S @ Stock



    Please read rule #13


    Over 48 hours ago when I posted my last one.

    Could have waited until morning I suppose.

    Still have one to post, will wait until the 12th.



    Other people will see other spamming scores and follow through. Just trying to prevent everyone from ignoring the rule and spamming my inbox with CPU scores.
  26. EquineHero said:
    jankerson said:
    EquineHero said:
    jankerson said:
    I5 3450S @ Stock



    Please read rule #13


    Over 48 hours ago when I posted my last one.

    Could have waited until morning I suppose.

    Still have one to post, will wait until the 12th.



    Other people will see other spamming scores and follow through. Just trying to prevent everyone from ignoring the rule and spamming my inbox with CPU scores.



    I thought it was 72 hours until I looked once you posted. :(
  27. jankerson said:
    EquineHero said:
    jankerson said:
    EquineHero said:
    jankerson said:
    I5 3450S @ Stock



    Please read rule #13


    Over 48 hours ago when I posted my last one.

    Could have waited until morning I suppose.

    Still have one to post, will wait until the 12th.



    Other people will see other spamming scores and follow through. Just trying to prevent everyone from ignoring the rule and spamming my inbox with CPU scores.



    I thought it was 72 hours until I looked once you posted. :(


    13. For the sake of cleanliness and keeping order, please only submit one CPU every 72 hours.
    I don't want people who collect CPUs benchmarking 20 at a time and cluttering up this thread.


    I have a few socket 478 CPUs I wanna throw on, the best one I have gets like...275.
  28. EquineHero said:
    faalin said:
    Best that i could do with my work computer, Asus R3E, X5690 @ 4.28Ghz- 23x186, Mushkin 24GB, 2 EVGA 780 non sli


    A few things:

    1. Why non-SLI?

    2. Your single threaded score is far too low to be accurate, especially at 4.8GHz, mine's only at 3.9 and my single threaded is higher, your single threaded should be around 2200

    3. Mushkin ram is crap


    1. its a work computer and i run 6 monitors 3 per card

    2. CPU is running at 4.28 not 4.8 and is a gen 1 socket 1366, stock score on it was 8811 with a Single thread of 1544.

    3. Back when this was a new computer i went through a lot of testing with this rig. CPU was a 950 that ran at 4.6Ghz 24/7 and 4.9 for benchmarks. Tested multiple kits of ram from all manufactures and ended up on a set of mushkin 1600Mhz 6-8-6-24 that would overclock to over 2400Mhz. Tested out a dozen GTX 480 till i got a set of good OC's

    Guess i've always had good luck with mushkin ram, good Mhz, low CL, and can overclock like mad men.
  29. faalin said:
    EquineHero said:
    faalin said:
    Best that i could do with my work computer, Asus R3E, X5690 @ 4.28Ghz- 23x186, Mushkin 24GB, 2 EVGA 780 non sli


    A few things:

    1. Why non-SLI?

    2. Your single threaded score is far too low to be accurate, especially at 4.8GHz, mine's only at 3.9 and my single threaded is higher, your single threaded should be around 2200

    3. Mushkin ram is crap


    1. its a work computer and i run 6 monitors 3 per card

    2. CPU is running at 4.28 not 4.8 and is a gen 1 socket 1366, stock score on it was 8811 with a Single thread of 1544.

    3. Back when this was a new computer i went through a lot of testing with this rig. CPU was a 950 that ran at 4.6Ghz 24/7 and 4.9 for benchmarks. Tested multiple kits of ram from all manufactures and ended up on a set of mushkin 1600Mhz 6-8-6-24 that would overclock to over 2400Mhz. Tested out a dozen GTX 480 till i got a set of good OC's

    Guess i've always had good luck with mushkin ram, good Mhz, low CL, and can overclock like mad men.


    My RAM is at 9-9-9-24 right now at 3166Mhz. DDR3. My board only officially supports 3K.

    I thought it said 4.8, my bad. But even for 4.2Ghz my CPU isn't much newer than yours, your single threaded should be a bit higher.
  30. EquineHero said:
    faalin said:
    EquineHero said:
    faalin said:
    Best that i could do with my work computer, Asus R3E, X5690 @ 4.28Ghz- 23x186, Mushkin 24GB, 2 EVGA 780 non sli


    A few things:

    1. Why non-SLI?

    2. Your single threaded score is far too low to be accurate, especially at 4.8GHz, mine's only at 3.9 and my single threaded is higher, your single threaded should be around 2200

    3. Mushkin ram is crap


    1. its a work computer and i run 6 monitors 3 per card

    2. CPU is running at 4.28 not 4.8 and is a gen 1 socket 1366, stock score on it was 8811 with a Single thread of 1544.

    3. Back when this was a new computer i went through a lot of testing with this rig. CPU was a 950 that ran at 4.6Ghz 24/7 and 4.9 for benchmarks. Tested multiple kits of ram from all manufactures and ended up on a set of mushkin 1600Mhz 6-8-6-24 that would overclock to over 2400Mhz. Tested out a dozen GTX 480 till i got a set of good OC's

    Guess i've always had good luck with mushkin ram, good Mhz, low CL, and can overclock like mad men.


    My RAM is at 9-9-9-24 right now at 3166Mhz. DDR3. My board only officially supports 3K.

    I thought it said 4.8, my bad. But even for 4.2Ghz my CPU isn't much newer than yours, your single threaded should be a bit higher.


    So the one issue i have right now is the board wont boot with ram set over 1333Mhz I had to drop from a 27 multiplier to a 23 to get my ram to run at 1500Mhz, but i think this is a Xeon issue.

    I had a 980x up until the motherboard water block decided to leak and take the board and cpu out. Had to get a new board and had the xeon laying around.

    bench's
    Baseline https://imgur.com/cfAuNkq
    4.06 27x 150 https://imgur.com/KA73PwQ
    4.11 27x152 https://imgur.com/2D2wSzy
    4.22 27x156 https://imgur.com/4ouviCJ
    4.24 23x184 https://imgur.com/uVUJv6K
    4.26 23x185 https://imgur.com/BqFhJ5t
    4.28 23*186 https://imgur.com/Aww4m5F

    just thinking about it, it might be a bios issues. I saw i was on bios 2 but i think i only flashed bios 1 to the newest. -> didnt help
  31. faalin said:

    So the one issue i have right now is the board wont boot with ram set over 1333Mhz I had to drop from a 27 multiplier to a 23 to get my ram to run at 1500Mhz, but i think this is a Xeon issue.

    I had a 980x up until the motherboard water block decided to leak and take the board and cpu out. Had to get a new board and had the xeon laying around.

    bench's
    Baseline https://imgur.com/cfAuNkq

    4.28 23*186 https://imgur.com/Aww4m5F

    just thinking about it, it might be a bios issues. I saw i was on bios 2 but i think i only flashed bios 1 to the newest. -> didnt help


    That last single threaded score of 1800 makes more sense to me, but I still think at that frequency, which is higher than I can hope to achieve on my E3-1240, you should still have a better single threaded score than me.

    Is your Xeon a sixcore?

    Also, my Xeon technically only supports 1333MHz RAM, I had to mess with the northbridge config and disable CSM to get it stable at all, and even though I have 24GB of RAM sometimes when it gets over 20-ish GB when I'm rendering my PC crashes.

    I'm looking at ECC modules, it's only $115 for 32GB of 1600MHz DDR3, considering current prices is an amazing deal - another reason to not upgrade and stay 5 years in the past.

    Also looking at an E3 1290 v2, can't wait to BCLK to 4.5GHz. The E3-1290 v2 has a base of 3.7 and a boost of 4.1GHz, and Ivy Bridge is more tolerant of BCLK OC than Sandy Bridge is.

    To get my E3-1240 to 4Ghz boost I'd need to overclock the BCLK to 108.1...not gonna happen, it fails to complete POST at 106.0. Right now it's at 105.78 stable, my Z77 Sabertooth is kinda broken (missing a pin) and only did 105.5, which is still a healthy overclock.
  32. Yeah my Xeon is a 6 core. I ended up go over to the place my brother works at and went through their storage room of old computers and found another 980x. Going to throw that in over the weekend and see what it can do.
  33. faalin said:
    Yeah my Xeon is a 6 core. I ended up go over to the place my brother works at and went through their storage room of old computers and found another 980x. Going to throw that in over the weekend and see what it can do.


    So the 980X is still retardedly expensive...why? It's nearly 10 years old!
  34. EquineHero said:
    faalin said:
    Yeah my Xeon is a 6 core. I ended up go over to the place my brother works at and went through their storage room of old computers and found another 980x. Going to throw that in over the weekend and see what it can do.


    So the 980X is still retardedly expensive...why? It's nearly 10 years old!


    980x @ 27x166 4.49GHz, as a full score it did better then a 6600k @ 4.5Ghz. Thats why a 8 year old cpu still sells for almost $200 on ebay.

  35. faalin said:
    EquineHero said:
    faalin said:
    Yeah my Xeon is a 6 core. I ended up go over to the place my brother works at and went through their storage room of old computers and found another 980x. Going to throw that in over the weekend and see what it can do.


    So the 980X is still retardedly expensive...why? It's nearly 10 years old!


    980x @ 27x166 4.49GHz, as a full score it did better then a 6600k @ 4.5Ghz. Thats why a 8 year old cpu still sells for almost $200 on ebay.



    Holy $#!T

    Edit: How many cores does that have? The single threaded score is about the same as my E3 1240 at 3.7GHz, but the overall score makes no sense.

    Single threaded scores are only done on one core. So my Xeon can do the same ops on one core that your i7 can do on one core, except my Xeon does it at a lower frequency.

    If I could get my Xeon to 4.5GHz, which would require a base clock of over 120Mhz, my single threaded score would kill...

    And paid less than $100 for my Xeon. Original price on Amazon was $95, but the seller refunded half because it arrived late.

    Also another reason why Ryzen is absolute garbage for gaming. Single threaded scores are poo.
  36. EquineHero said:

    Holy $#!T

    Edit: How many cores does that have? The single threaded score is about the same as my E3 1240 at 3.7GHz, but the overall score makes no sense.

    Single threaded scores are only done on one core. So my Xeon can do the same ops on one core that your i7 can do on one core, except my Xeon does it at a lower frequency.

    If I could get my Xeon to 4.5GHz, which would require a base clock of over 120Mhz, my single threaded score would kill...

    And paid less than $100 for my Xeon. Original price on Amazon was $95, but the seller refunded half because it arrived late.

    Also another reason why Ryzen is absolute garbage for gaming. Single threaded scores are poo.


    So both the X5690 and 980x are 6 core 12 thread cpus. Setting them to the same speed 4.06Ghz the x5690 did 9960 while the 980x did 10055, i think this is more do to the ram.

    The Xeon had to start at 1333Mhz and could not surpass mid 1500Mhz while the 980x started at 1600Mhz CL9 and could go up to almost 2000Mhz CL11.
  37. Asus Z87 Gryphon, 4790K @ 4.7Ghz, 32GB DDR3-1866Mhz
  38. Asus P5QL/VM Q9400 DDR2-800Mhz
  39. i7 870 at stock.



    And the i5 3450S that wasn't added.

  40. jankerson said:
    i7 870 at stock.
    And the i5 3450S that wasn't added.


    I had an 870, can confirm that score is accurate. Sold the rig it was in with a GTX 660 for like $400

    I had an i5 3470 non-s, it got like 7800 ish, so that lower score due to lower clocks seems pretty accurate. Dunno exactly how Passmark calculates single threaded scores, but clock and IPC have a lot to do with it

    Will update the table in a little bit. I need to ad my Socket 478 Pentium at 2.8Ghz lol
  41. EquineHero said:
    jankerson said:
    i7 870 at stock.
    And the i5 3450S that wasn't added.


    I had an 870, can confirm that score is accurate. Sold the rig it was in with a GTX 660 for like $400

    I had an i5 3470 non-s, it got like 7800 ish, so that lower score due to lower clocks seems pretty accurate. Dunno exactly how Passmark calculates single threaded scores, but clock and IPC have a lot to do with it

    Will update the table in a little bit. I need to ad my Socket 478 Pentium at 2.8Ghz lol


    I have a Core 2 Duo E8500 and LGA 775 P4 3.4 GHz I could test and a Pent 3 1GHz, not to mention my Laptop with a P4 2.8 GHz in it.

    I might mess with them later, haven't made up my mind yet.

    Have to put together the P3 and P4 machines to run them.
  42. jankerson said:
    EquineHero said:
    jankerson said:
    i7 870 at stock.
    And the i5 3450S that wasn't added.


    I had an 870, can confirm that score is accurate. Sold the rig it was in with a GTX 660 for like $400

    I had an i5 3470 non-s, it got like 7800 ish, so that lower score due to lower clocks seems pretty accurate. Dunno exactly how Passmark calculates single threaded scores, but clock and IPC have a lot to do with it

    Will update the table in a little bit. I need to ad my Socket 478 Pentium at 2.8Ghz lol


    I have a Core 2 Duo E8500 and LGA 775 P4 3.4 GHz I could test and a Pent 3 1GHz, not to mention my Laptop with a P4 2.8 GHz in it.

    I might mess with them later, haven't made up my mind yet.

    Have to put together the P3 and P4 machines to run them.


    Let's see here...

    Core 2 Duo T5500

    Core 2 Duo P7350

    Core 2 Duo T7300

    Core 2 Duo T7200

    Core 2 Duo T7400

    Core 2 Quad Q9550

    Core 2 Quad Q9400

    Core 2 Duo E8400

    Core 2 Duo E8500

    Pentium D 945 3.4Ghz

    i3 540

    Pentium G3220

    Pentium G6950

    Intel Xeon E3 1240

    Intel Xeon X3540

    AMD Turion 2 Ultra ZM-82

    AMD Turion 2 RM-72

    AMD Phenom x4 9450

    AMD Sempron Something-or-other-I-Just-Know-It's-Terrible

    AMD Athlon II SomethingOrOther

    Intel Celeron SL6VT

    Intel Celeron SL6VV

    Intel Pentium 4 SL5YS

    Intel Pentium SL6D7

    Intel Xeon E5530 x2

    Intel Xeon X5355 x2

    Intel Atom SomethingOrOtherIDon'tReallyCare

    Intel Core i5 540m

    Intel Core i7 4700m

    Oh, I've got a Pentium E2180 too

    I just threw out SIX Pentium D 880s. Worthless.

    Want me to keep going? I have about 20 more that I haven't even looked at yet.
  43. I think my cpu is holding well for its age (for single thread).
  44. @EquineHero
    you forgot to add my 2 system on your list :(

    @Robert Ban:
    I agree its all about what you need, for my office, my q9400 with a 7850 is more than plenty, and my gaming activities are plenty covered with my 4790k
  45. EquineHero said:
    jankerson said:
    EquineHero said:
    jankerson said:
    i7 870 at stock.
    And the i5 3450S that wasn't added.


    I had an 870, can confirm that score is accurate. Sold the rig it was in with a GTX 660 for like $400

    I had an i5 3470 non-s, it got like 7800 ish, so that lower score due to lower clocks seems pretty accurate. Dunno exactly how Passmark calculates single threaded scores, but clock and IPC have a lot to do with it

    Will update the table in a little bit. I need to ad my Socket 478 Pentium at 2.8Ghz lol


    I have a Core 2 Duo E8500 and LGA 775 P4 3.4 GHz I could test and a Pent 3 1GHz, not to mention my Laptop with a P4 2.8 GHz in it.

    I might mess with them later, haven't made up my mind yet.

    Have to put together the P3 and P4 machines to run them.


    Let's see here...

    Core 2 Duo T5500

    Core 2 Duo P7350

    Core 2 Duo T7300

    Core 2 Duo T7200

    Core 2 Duo T7400

    Core 2 Quad Q9550

    Core 2 Quad Q9400

    Core 2 Duo E8400

    Core 2 Duo E8500

    Pentium D 945 3.4Ghz

    i3 540

    Pentium G3220

    Pentium G6950

    Intel Xeon E3 1240

    Intel Xeon X3540

    AMD Turion 2 Ultra ZM-82

    AMD Turion 2 RM-72

    AMD Phenom x4 9450

    AMD Sempron Something-or-other-I-Just-Know-It's-Terrible

    AMD Athlon II SomethingOrOther

    Intel Celeron SL6VT

    Intel Celeron SL6VV

    Intel Pentium 4 SL5YS

    Intel Pentium SL6D7

    Intel Xeon E5530 x2

    Intel Xeon X5355 x2

    Intel Atom SomethingOrOtherIDon'tReallyCare

    Intel Core i5 540m

    Intel Core i7 4700m

    Oh, I've got a Pentium E2180 too

    I just threw out SIX Pentium D 880s. Worthless.

    Want me to keep going? I have about 20 more that I haven't even looked at yet.


    I have a few more also, I5 750, XEON X3450, Core 2 Duo E4600, Core 2 Duo E6300, P3 933.

    Got rid of a bunch awhile back, and motherboards too. Above are just the ones I have motherboards for. Have a few old P2's and P3's around also and a bunch of Pent 1's and 486's. Still need to dump a bunch more stuff yet.
  46. The Paladin said:

    I agree its all about what you need, for my office, my q9400 with a 7850 is more than plenty, and my gaming activities are plenty covered with my 4790k


    Paladin that is so true, I run the computer in my sig at home. Just yesterday i was pricing out parts for a 8700k build and stopped and was like what the hell do i need this for, my current build does everything i need it to do now.
  47. Quote:
    Paladin that is so true, I run the computer in my sig at home. Just yesterday i was pricing out parts for a 8700k build and stopped and was like what the hell do i need this for, my current build does everything i need it to do now.


    grins, did that around xmas, and after reviewing both my wife's and mine systems, we decided to not do upgrades, and collect the 2500$ saved and go spend a week in Ireland instead :) and get disconnected and have a pub crawl of a good time ...
  48. Robert Ban said:
    I think my cpu is holding well for its age (for single thread).


    The Paladin said:
    @EquineHero
    you forgot to add my 2 system on your list :(

    @Robert Ban:
    I agree its all about what you need, for my office, my q9400 with a 7850 is more than plenty, and my gaming activities are plenty covered with my 4790k


    When I first joined these forums I had a Dell 17R Special Edition, did everything I needed it to. But I wasn't in the best of places during my life at that time (I was living in my friend's garage).

    Now look at what I've got, hahaha

    Paladin, please, only one score every 72 hours. I do this on break usually and I like to actually eat on break too...

    @Robert Ban Yeah, even a first gen i3 does pretty well, however my only motherboard that's 1156 ATM is a server board (PowerEdge R210).

    I'll be adding my Xeon, Q9550, and Q9400 soon-ish, I'm remodeling my server room so that's fairly time consuming. I'll add my R710's scores soon too. Just gotta fix the iRDAC problem...
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