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Yeah. Last test was even worse. 14914 and as expected the result is in the low end of the chart. In all categories except integer and floating point math I about average. On those two categories I am dead last. On top of that I don't see any suggestions except reinstalling windows anywhere.




Edited by ventralstreams - 04 Jan 2018 at 1:38am
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ventralstreams, that floating point result is really bad. Even my old Phenom II scored a lot better (7508 @ 3.7GHz, five run average), and so does my Ryzen 5 1500X (7992 @ 3.7GHz, five run average). In integer math you're doing less than 30% better than my Ryzen 5 1500X. Then again in SSE, encryption, sorting and compression your results are roughly 4 times better, which means these results have scaled with the amount of cores pretty well. Prime number and physics results are roughly twice what my 1500X achieves.

You can actually compare those sub results to other results with the same CPU directly from that screen by choosing the icon below the globe in the upper right hand corner, but I think it's pretty clear something's not right. Those CPU results should be pretty consistent between benchmark runs. Are you running the CPU in game mode or creator mode?

What about other benchmarks (in addition to Cinebench)? CPU-Z? Timespy and Firestrike CPU benchmarks? Geekbench 4.2?

Originally posted by zlobster zlobster wrote:

From their web page:

PassMark Software is a Microsoft Registered Partner and an Intel Software Partner.

I'll stop here.


That doesn't explain why OP's Threadripper seems to be performing a lot worse than other Threadrippes CPUs.
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Oh yeah. Sorry. I use Windows 10 pro (latest update and Latest UEFI). 

EDIT: I can't find a NUMA setting in the BIOS menu but almost all of the memory related options are set to AUTO.


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If ANY test involves heavy CCX thread switching TR is dead in the water. CCX context switching is penalized heavily.

Then again, you never told us even what version of Windows you're using. Yes, we can see your screenshot and assume it's Win 10, however many folks claim TR needs 1703 and above for full potential to be utilized.

Worth checking if you have NUMA enabled or not, and flash the latest UEFI.
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From their web page:

PassMark Software is a Microsoft Registered Partner and an Intel Software Partner.

I'll stop here.
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PT9 gave very low floating point math result and low results allover. 






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PerformanceTest 9.0 gives a pretty good breakdown of the total results into different sub-categories (CPU, memory etc.) and their sub-categories (floating point operations, physics etc.). I suggest you download a baseline close to your own system specs (PerformanceTest 9.0 has a search function that you can use for this). That way you can compare the results of the different CPU tests to that baseline and see which test(s) are causing your system to lag behind in the total CPU result.


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I tested the CPU with Cinebench and the result seems to be normal in comparison (3019cb  @ 3.4) so I assume that it is an issue with PerformanceTest's optimization. (phew. I almost re-installed Windows).
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Never been a fan of PassMark. IDK if this benchmark will let you see which sub-system is the contributor for the low score. Theoretically, it could be everything, incl. bad optimization of PassMark for TR.

Try running separate benchmarks for the separate sub-systems, i.e. CrystalDisk for your SSD(?), 3DMark for the GPU, Blender & Cinebench for the CPU, etc. Then compare online with similar systems and see which one(s) deviate.

Do let us know your results.



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Hello everybody. I have setup a workstation based on a Taichi x399 and a TR 1950x and have been working on it without any obvious problems. Until I decided to benchmark the system that is. The score I get (on performance test 9.0) is 15742 which is too low in comparison to the average (about 21000). Any suggestions on what could be wrong? Thank you in advance.
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