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GoosNL
05-10-2014, 09:31 PM
Hi,

I'm testing win 7 vs 8.1.
the handbrake test and heavy multitasking are better in win 8.1. (not much, 2000 points)
OpenCL is slightly lower, but not interesting.
but image editing is worse, It's a 10000 point drop! (from 145000 to 135000)

So i hope it's a driver issue, but i can't seem to find the problem.

anyone here has an idea?

Goos
Specs--> mb Hero CPU 4760K @ 4.5ghz memory 1023mhz 11-11-11-34 T1
The specs are the same for win 7/win8.1

MatsGlobetrotter
05-11-2014, 05:08 AM
Hmm if there is a 10,000 score difference between win7 and win8 or win8.1 then effectively there would have to be 2 scoreboards ore extra column as that would be a significant score difference to impact the overall score.

jab383
05-11-2014, 12:51 PM
There is an equalizer. I've been able to push a dog of CPU over 90K total score in Win 7, and that's with less than 4.8GHz clock and a highly disadvantaged graphics card.

See the threads on optimization in this Realbench forum. There are suggestions for OS streamlining and setting of priorities that work well.

Jeff

GoosNL
05-11-2014, 01:51 PM
There is an equalizer. I've been able to push a dog of CPU over 90K total score in Win 7, and that's with less than 4.8GHz clock and a highly disadvantaged graphics card.

See the threads on optimization in this Realbench forum. There are suggestions for OS streamlining and setting of priorities that work well.

Jeff

Hi Jeff,

I found the tips&tweaks some time a go, and they work pretty well!
Now i was just testing to see the differance between win 7 and win 8.1.
I'm using exact the same setting (as far as posible)
Win 8 is stronger with multitasking en deconding but not at image editing. the differance is so big that i'm wondering why?

Goos

GoosNL
05-11-2014, 06:01 PM
@ Jab383--> just been looking a your scores (klik (http://rog.asus.com/rog-pro/realbench-v2-leaderboard/?search=jab383&view=2)), but the 4746Mhz is real nice! with the heavy multitasking just over 100,000!
my processor won't go over 4,5 :p

jab383
05-11-2014, 11:41 PM
You don't want to go there, GoosNL. That dog of a processor needed 1.48Vcore to be completely stable at 4.6GHz.

The Realbench runs had 2 problems:
1. The OC profile was only stable for the benchmark, not unconditionally and
2. Vcore went to 1.58 to get x47 multiplier and 101% Bclk.
No wonder I'm speaking of it in the past tense.

Note that a Bclk boost speed up everything -- core, cache, RAM, GPU.

Tweaking RAM helped my benchmarking a lot. Haswell IMC can do a lot that older technology had trouble with. See the ROG overclocking guides for methods and settings for tightening RAM timing.

Jeff

GoosNL
05-12-2014, 08:11 PM
You don't want to go there, GoosNL. That dog of a processor needed 1.48Vcore to be completely stable at 4.6GHz.

The Realbench runs had 2 problems:
1. The OC profile was only stable for the benchmark, not unconditionally and
2. Vcore went to 1.58 to get x47 multiplier and 101% Bclk.
No wonder I'm speaking of it in the past tense.

Note that a Bclk boost speed up everything -- core, cache, RAM, GPU.

Tweaking RAM helped my benchmarking a lot. Haswell IMC can do a lot that older technology had trouble with. See the ROG overclocking guides for methods and settings for tightening RAM timing.

Jeff
For 4.5 i need 1.33Vcore, can't go any further (wont try either because of cooling)
My memory will go oke. it go's from 1600 10-10-10 2t to 2250 11-12-12 t1 (at 1,7 volt that is)
I see you are using 2400mhz memory do you know your Memtweakit score? i'm at 35325

jab383
05-12-2014, 09:30 PM
I shared this profile on the forum a while back:

36646

Jeff

GoosNL
05-16-2014, 09:24 PM
just some other thing about image editing.
the second time you run image editing, it always gives a higher score...

does anyone noticed this?

jab383
05-17-2014, 12:34 PM
just some other thing about image editing.
the second time you run image editing, it always gives a higher score...

does anyone noticed this?

Yep. Common behavior. I think Windows knows where all the image files are after the first time. Realbench is a system-wide test, so file loading time counts in the score. That's why the benchmark runs faster out of RAMDrive.

Jeff

GoosNL
05-17-2014, 07:03 PM
You don't want to go there, GoosNL. That dog of a processor needed 1.48Vcore to be completely stable at 4.6GHz.

The Realbench runs had 2 problems:
1. The OC profile was only stable for the benchmark, not unconditionally and
2. Vcore went to 1.58 to get x47 multiplier and 101% Bclk.
No wonder I'm speaking of it in the past tense.

Note that a Bclk boost speed up everything -- core, cache, RAM, GPU.

Tweaking RAM helped my benchmarking a lot. Haswell IMC can do a lot that older technology had trouble with. See the ROG overclocking guides for methods and settings for tightening RAM timing.

Jeff

I sorted out the cooling and changed my memory for some tridentX 2400.
The memory did not do mush. the cooling (change the tim from gelid to coollabratoy) did a lot!
i managed to get a stable benchmark at 4700 and a vcore of 1.49. i tried to get higher but the computer says: WARNING CPU OVERVOLT!:p

I do have a very nice realbench score of 82000! (http://rog.asus.com/realbench/show_comment.php?id=2918)

Goos

zinca
07-02-2014, 04:08 PM
it heavely depends on the software that you are using for image diting. soon you will have the directx 12 so perhaps with it you will get better results. but it also depends on the video card that you are using.