Is this a typical 3DMark score for the 5700G?

1 : Anonymous2021/09/09 03:01 ID: pkpblf
Is this a typical 3DMark score for the 5700G?
2 : Anonymous2021/09/09 03:39 ID: hc55mu8

It's scoring a little over half of what it should be. So, no.

At stock, your CPU score should be around 9000 and your GPU score around 1400 at the minimum.

The 5700G and the integrated Vega 8 iGPU are very dependent on the system RAM configuration.

If I were to guess what's wrong just going by the score:

I'd guess it's running single channel RAM (1 stick of RAM) XMP may not be enabled (RAM only running at 2133MHz). You really want at least a dual channel kit (2 sticks in the correct DIMM slots) running at least 3200MHz with XMP enabled. It could possibly be thermal throttling. (Poor CPU cooler or poor cooler contact, poor thermal paste application etc.)

In short, the score is low enough that I'd guess there's a lot going wrong.

ID: hc5xwbb

Could it also be that he's severely VRAM limited? i.e. he didn't allocate enough of the memory to the igpu?

ID: hc74ane

No need. The ability to do that is for compatibility, allegedly, and I've yet to run into such an issue. With my SR Micron rev B, I got over 1400 on Timespy at JEDEC speed (2667MT/s). The OP claims to have a 3600MT/s kit, below. That should easily get 1600, even if it's a SR kit with loose timings. A nice DR rev E or CJR/DJR kit might even be able to do 1800, without any manual overclocking (if it's a tighter spec'd kit, rather than a 18-22-22 grab bag type).

ID: hc75665

That was a good call. The link to the run stated 512MB.

Definitely could help explain the GPU score, but something else is going on with the CPU for it to score that low. 20 FPS in the CPU test is like 4c/8t territory, not 8c/16t.

ID: hc560ee

He might also be in power saver mode, or other bios related issues... who knows, OP didn't really say much at all.

3 : Anonymous2021/09/09 06:53 ID: hc5lirt

What slots is your memory in? Enabled XMP?

4 : Anonymous2021/09/09 09:28 ID: hc5v4r8

Nope. Far below:

5700G Graphics score should be 1679

CPU physics should be 9082

Maybe list all your specs, PSU, motherboard, etc

Make sure BIOS is updated.

AGESA or higher recommended in order for the new 5700G to function properly.

5 : Anonymous2021/09/09 03:50 ID: hc56omz

You are not even showing the more helpful part of the point breakdown and for the love of god please take a screenshot.

6 : Anonymous2021/09/09 06:56 ID: hc5lr0i

Try win+shift+s next time for a screenshot instead of taking a picture.

7 : Anonymous2021/09/09 03:29 ID: hc54jhf

What speed memory are you running?

ID: hc55kri

Corsair vengeance 2X16 ddr4 3600

ID: hc6a0b6

And what speed is it actually running ?

8 : Anonymous2021/09/09 14:35 ID: hc6p476
ID: hc71v7o

Memory 512mb, ouch.

ID: hc74mrw

That could help explain the low GPU score.

However, it doesn't really explain the low CPU score.

The score is low enough that it looks like SMT is disabled, but Time Spy sees all 16 threads. GPU temp reports 65c, CPU is likely running at 65c as well, temps are reasonable. Boost clock reported at 4516MHz. Slightly on the low side, but not by much. Also probably rules out eco mode enabled in BIOS. RAM speed states 1800MHz. Possibly modules are not in correct DIMM slots for dual channel mode? Driver version: 27.20.22025.1006, that's 21.8.2, so that's all good. Win10 (10.0.19043) so 21H1, Windows is up to date.

Kind of spitballing in the dark without more information. But I'd probably reset CMOS for a start. BIOS update may be in order as well.

9 : Anonymous2021/09/09 23:48 ID: hc8vt4v

Ive had had 4 ryzen cpus by now. 7 nm is extremely temperature dependent and the stock cooler has gotten worse after every generation. If you are not using a decent cooler you will not get anywhere near benchmarks you see online. If you wanna compare your scores with anyone on the internet make sure you see their testing methodology. And be aware peak temperature or average temperature isnt every thing for cpus, pay more attention to the time that it takes to hit steady state. That will represent the heat capacity of the cooler.

10 : Anonymous2021/09/09 03:31 ID: hc54ttu

Sorry, I really can't read this on mobile. You can use the Printscreen button to make a screenshot. And in terms of benchmarks, 3DMarks Night Raid is specifically designed for integrated graphics.


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