CPU performance tests

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Zlo I have got the 200ge spec for a small file server I want to do. When I get around to getting it all ill do a faf test so you can have the stats here 🙂 https://uk.pcpartpicker.com/list/YL4scT

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@ZLO !
I ran CPU-X for what it's worth. AIDA64 still doesn't ship to ubuntu (for some reason it does ship to ubuntu phone which like isn't even a thing anymore)
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@ZLO ZLO•System on E8200 or E8*** or xeon E54** or anything on 775 socket is very old and yea probably can get it for very cheap or even for free, and it will run FA... but probably worse than this xeon .

What????? What are you talking about?

Link to e8200 intel:https://tinyurl.com/y5ounpys

link to 2420 v2 intel: https://tinyurl.com/yyez4v9r

link to 2420 v1 intel: https://tinyurl.com/y5ykfong

Both have large cpu cache. The e8200 has 6 mb of cache for 2 cores and no hyper threading. The 2420 V2 has 15 mb for 6 cores and 6 threads with hyper threading. So with some simple math 15 divided by 6 = 2.5 mb cache per core ? But that's a guess.
6 divided by 2 = 3 mb of cache per core for the e8200, that means the e8200 has more cache for each of it's cores then the xeon no?

Your post is a bit confusing with the jpg you attached. The 2420 v2 xeon turbo clock is 2.7ghz But the v1 2420 has a turbo clock of 2.4ghz.. So either you have v1 and are overclocking or you have v2 and you are under clocking, which I ask why would you do that? Maybe it's the program your using to read the clock speed of your cpu? Plus xeons aren't generally known to be good gaming cpu's. The e8200 with a 2.66 ghz base clock are easily over clockable to 3.5 ghz with 1600 ddr3 ram.

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@tatsu said in CPU performance tests:

@ZLO !
I ran CPU-X for what it's worth. AIDA64 still doesn't ship to ubuntu (for some reason it does ship to ubuntu phone which like isn't even a thing anymore)
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How come yours is themed correctly? Are you running the root or non-root version?

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non root. probably because I added a skin to my ubuntu. idk

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@QuantumTyphoon said in CPU performance tests:

@ZLO ZLO•System on E8200 or E8*** or xeon E54** or anything on 775 socket is very old and yea probably can get it for very cheap or even for free, and it will run FA... but probably worse than this xeon .

What????? What are you talking about?

Link to e8200 intel:https://tinyurl.com/y5ounpys

link to 2420 v2 intel: https://tinyurl.com/yyez4v9r

link to 2420 v1 intel: https://tinyurl.com/y5ykfong

Both have large cpu cache. The e8200 has 6 mb of cache for 2 cores and no hyper threading. The 2420 V2 has 15 mb for 6 cores and 6 threads with hyper threading. So with some simple math 15 divided by 6 = 2.5 mb cache per core ? But that's a guess.
6 divided by 2 = 3 mb of cache per core for the e8200, that means the e8200 has more cache for each of it's cores then the xeon no?

Your post is a bit confusing with the jpg you attached. The 2420 v2 xeon turbo clock is 2.7ghz But the v1 2420 has a turbo clock of 2.4ghz.. So either you have v1 and are overclocking or you have v2 and you are under clocking, which I ask why would you do that? Maybe it's the program your using to read the clock speed of your cpu? Plus xeons aren't generally known to be good gaming cpu's. The e8200 with a 2.66 ghz base clock are easily over clockable to 3.5 ghz with 1600 ddr3 ram.

• i just think 775 is bit too old.
• it is certanly 2420v2 and 2.7 boost is only on a single core, mainly it keeps 2.5 ghz or so
• Ivy bridge has shared L3 cache for all cores. i don't know much.. i think it will be 15MB - 2*(L2+L1) cache in size. cause 15 MB is probably L2+L3 and i hav heared that for some reason if something is in L1, it has to also be in L2 and in L3 cause that how it works for intel (that is why i put 2x there)
• i can turn off Hypertheding in bios... not sure how helpfull that would be.
• Ha! ddr3 RAM on 775 socket... well if you have that, then why not... i think it is kina a rare thing

I actually have xeon E5450... i think it can go up to 3.4 ghz or so... maybe i could test that...

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tested my 771/775 xeon
34:21 stock (ddr2 667)
34:11 ddr2 800
could not OC at all 😞
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OK finally got my RMA replacement for work laptop so I gave it a spin.
First run on battery with laptop doing some slight internet surfing and getting all the drivers up to date before running the game netted time of 19.04 minutes.
Second run done right after the first one but this time on power supply netted - 21.06
And the third one ended with 21.33 minutes.

The only massive slowdowns were during the last airfight, other than that I don't think I saw the simspeed dip below 0.
Honestly the game is more than playable even though it's a business machine.

As for the specification its
I5-8250U
16gb dual channel ddr4 2666mhz
R520
In Vostro package.

Edit: In lobby score shows 187 cpu.

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I5-8250u
MX150 2gb
8gb dual ddr4 2400
First test with load system 240 points
Second test 171 points
I believe I can hit lower points by unload system and do some preparation, replace thermopaste, undervolt and etc, because my cpu is energy effective and hit max performance for some 30 secs

Playing with medium graphics settings, feels comfortable for me

Didn't test for replay, but remember I got -1 after 55 minutes with 4-6 different bots for rainbow tournament with mods

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@ZLO said in CPU performance tests:

@QuantumTyphoon said in CPU performance tests:

@ZLO ZLO•System on E8200 or E8*** or xeon E54** or anything on 775 socket is very old and yea probably can get it for very cheap or even for free, and it will run FA... but probably worse than this xeon .

What????? What are you talking about?

Link to e8200 intel:https://tinyurl.com/y5ounpys

link to 2420 v2 intel: https://tinyurl.com/yyez4v9r

link to 2420 v1 intel: https://tinyurl.com/y5ykfong

Both have large cpu cache. The e8200 has 6 mb of cache for 2 cores and no hyper threading. The 2420 V2 has 15 mb for 6 cores and 6 threads with hyper threading. So with some simple math 15 divided by 6 = 2.5 mb cache per core ? But that's a guess.
6 divided by 2 = 3 mb of cache per core for the e8200, that means the e8200 has more cache for each of it's cores then the xeon no?

Your post is a bit confusing with the jpg you attached. The 2420 v2 xeon turbo clock is 2.7ghz But the v1 2420 has a turbo clock of 2.4ghz.. So either you have v1 and are overclocking or you have v2 and you are under clocking, which I ask why would you do that? Maybe it's the program your using to read the clock speed of your cpu? Plus xeons aren't generally known to be good gaming cpu's. The e8200 with a 2.66 ghz base clock are easily over clockable to 3.5 ghz with 1600 ddr3 ram.

• i just think 775 is bit too old.
• it is certanly 2420v2 and 2.7 boost is only on a single core, mainly it keeps 2.5 ghz or so
• Ivy bridge has shared L3 cache for all cores. i don't know much.. i think it will be 15MB - 2*(L2+L1) cache in size. cause 15 MB is probably L2+L3 and i hav heared that for some reason if something is in L1, it has to also be in L2 and in L3 cause that how it works for intel (that is why i put 2x there)
• i can turn off Hypertheding in bios... not sure how helpfull that would be.
• Ha! ddr3 RAM on 775 socket... well if you have that, then why not... i think it is kina a rare thing

I actually have xeon E5450... i think it can go up to 3.4 ghz or so... maybe i could test that...

It doesn't matter that the socket: 775 is older. 2.5 ghz vs a dual core intel running at 3.4ghz can't compare with each other. When it comes to gaming and getting high fps. Also ram makes a big difference too. When it comes to playing supreme commander all that matters is how fast your cpu is running at. There are a tone of motherboards that support 775 and ddr3. Maybe you can't find them because their so good. Running supreme commander in wine emulated on a OS like linux could give you a faster score because the OS needs less cpu to run. But that doesn't mean a state of the art 2.5 ghz cpu is going to beat a overclocked 3.4 ghz cpu in supreme commander. And there's no boost. it's 3.4ghz all the time, unless your running power savings.

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@QuantumTyphoon said in CPU performance tests:

It doesn't matter that the socket: 775 is older. 2.5 ghz vs a dual core intel running at 3.4ghz can't compare with each other.

indeed, they can't compare... because you need to take in account IPC improvements, you can't just compare clock speeds.
Thats why it is nice to actually make benchmakrs or real tests.

i don't claim this to be very reliable but here is some benchmarks: https://www.cpubenchmark.net/singleThread.html#server-thread
2420v2 is faster in single thread compared to E5450 at 3.0 GHZ. not by much... but different test can give different results...

and most importantly i had both CPUs and ran tests
23:25 for 2420v2
34:11 for E5450
i don't have time to run test multiple times, yea... if you can run same replay, then please do, more tests, more results from different hardware = better.

edit: i did run twice for E5450 cause i didn't expect results to be this bad