- AMD chips are ST and MT kings. Considering that I almost bought 10900k for "single thread performance". Went from ~490 on my 4790k to 682 on 5900x.
What settings/cooler are you using? I too have a 5900x but i'm pretty much the average. 653 single / 9553 multi.ID: h4pp1w0D15S with single fan. PBO2 CO with -30 on all cores, but -28 on Core 0 and Core 9. DDR4 3800 C16, with SOC at 1900.
No other overclocks have been applied. Has been stable w/o any issues since I tuned it (a few weeks ago).ID: h4pwf99
I see, and what are the cpu temps under stress test?
also thanks.ID: h4qiezm
-30 Holy SiO2. That's a great sample. Mine crashes in tests with -25 on the better CCD.
That nice im still using my 4790k its overclocked to 4.7ghz. Im saving money for new upgrade 🙂ID: h4pug63
i would cash in zen3+ with v cache. Should last you 5 years easily while DDR5 maturesID: h4px2el
Oh yea? Whats the diffrence between zen3 and zen3+?ID: h4qiqi9
I hope normal Zen3 can last that. But if this pace of +15-25% on each gen keeps up who knows.ID: h4pujod
I did the same for like a year, but I was saving for 10900k. Flipped based on a friends recommendation, cant go back now.
If you want the highest CPU-Z single thread score, get an 11900K and DR B-die:" class="reddit-press-link" target="_blank" rel="noopener">https://valid.x86.f
Still not a bad result for Zen 3, but you can probably surpass 700 with tweaked memory timings, even with an NH-D15S
That max power D15S can cool to keep CPU at 90C is ~180W.
Not sure about 11th gen, but my friend runs 10700k on D15 dual fan, and can't even hit stock 5900x ST numbers with his overclock on air-cooling, on b die.
So I believe, it is pretty hard to hit the numbers you posted on an 11900k at 180watt. I think those numbers, you posted, would be at around 300watt for an all core boost. If I could cool 250watts, I think AMD should be able to beat those numbers.
10900 is still good for the price though.
My setup would have to agree.