Yesterday night, I was playing with the motherboard BIOS and overclocked my CPU to 3.6Ghz, using a multiplier of x36. Voltage is set to Auto and it is currently using 1.36v, although CPU-Z reports weird readings of 1.94 and 2.000V, which are incorrect readings.
Here is a benchmark from Cinebench and CPU-Z. Below you can see my current system specs:
CPU-Z System Information:
About the temperatures, I’m using the Stock Cooler and running BOINC which uses all cores and threads and also the GPU to 100%. That’s why HWiNFO reports 100% load on every core and thread:
The system is running stable. No crashes, no shut downs. It is perfectly stable!
With the AMD Ryzen 7 processor family being released tomorrow, I decided to run some benchmarks on my rather old i7 CPUs: the Intel i7-3610QM and i7-4700MQ.
I use my Intel i7-3610QM in a desktop build I did using the Jetway NF9G-QM77 motherboard, while the i7-4700MQ is from my Lenovo Y510P laptop.
The i7-3610QM is an Ivy Bridge CPU, while the i7-4700MQ is a Haswell CPU. Both are Quad-Core CPUs with Hyper Threading which makes a total of 8 Threads.
Below are the benchmarks:
Single Core benchmarks:
Based on these results, I could really benefit from the AMD Ryzen CPUs if their benchmarks are actually accurate. I’ve preordered the ASUS B350M Motherboard and the AMD Ryzen 7 1700 CPU. I hope Amazon ships them tomorrow so I can hopefully have it in my hands Friday night! I’ll perform some benchmarks in that build and report back.
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