7-zip benchmarks for over 60 CPUs

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Re: 7-zip benchmarks for over 60 CPUs

Postby Carlos S. M. » 2017-2-03 @ 18:51

Added a Celeron 1300 Tualatin using the new Gigabyte GA-6OXT i got yesterday, also i'll benching a P3-S 1.4 Ghz with it later
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Re: 7-zip benchmarks for over 60 CPUs

Postby Carlos S. M. » 2017-2-12 @ 01:51

Added my P3-S 1.4 @ 1.57 using the same Gigabyte GA-6OXT, it scored worse than the other P3-S at 1.57 ghz, but DDR instead of PC133
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Re: 7-zip benchmarks for over 60 CPUs

Postby sprcorreia » 2017-2-17 @ 04:42

Just added my P2B-DS results running dual 450Mhz.
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http://www.amibay.com/showthread.php?95680-Asus-P2B-Rev-1-10-Intel-P3-1-1GHz-with-Asus-adapter-and-Coolermaster-cooler

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Re: 7-zip benchmarks for over 60 CPUs

Postby clueless1 » 2017-3-28 @ 22:49

Added a Xeon X3230...the server equivalent to the Core 2 Quad Q6700.
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Re: 7-zip benchmarks for over 60 CPUs

Postby clueless1 » 2017-4-01 @ 12:53

Any have access to a Ryzen? :) Would love to see how it compares to the other results on this chart.
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Re: 7-zip benchmarks for over 60 CPUs

Postby Kamerat » 2017-4-01 @ 18:43

BSA Starfire wrote:Added Pentium III 733MHz, SiS 630 ECS motherboard. It's a lot quicker than the VIA C3 1.2GHz "nehemiah" chip that I just replaced in the system.

Funny to see that a "Nehemiah" 1,2GHz on the BX chipset outperforms the same CPU on the 630 chipset by 41%.
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Re: 7-zip benchmarks for over 60 CPUs

Postby seob » 2017-4-02 @ 20:51

My results for my Ryzen 7 build.
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Re: 7-zip benchmarks for over 60 CPUs

Postby clueless1 » 2017-4-02 @ 22:06

seob wrote:My results for my Ryzen 7 build.
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Nice, 7th place on the chart, between a pair of 6c/12t Xeons that are clocked over 4Ghz.
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Re: 7-zip benchmarks for over 60 CPUs

Postby enloop » 2017-4-05 @ 16:49

Hey I have some questions. When these results are taken is background processes being halted/closed while the testing is happening?
And when I'm reading 2x or 4x in front of the model/name is that referring to the number of cpus being used? Just wondering.
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Re: 7-zip benchmarks for over 60 CPUs

Postby clueless1 » 2017-4-05 @ 16:56

enloop wrote:Hey I have some questions. When these results are taken is background processes being halted/closed while the testing is happening?
And when I'm reading 2x or 4x in front of the model/name is that referring to the number of cpus being used? Just wondering.

You should not have any other programs running while testing. Ideally, you do a clean boot, let the machine "settle", then run the benchmark a few times in a row to check for consistent results, then report a consistent high result.

Second question: those tests were run on multi-CPU systems.
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Re: 7-zip benchmarks for over 60 CPUs

Postby Carlos S. M. » 2017-4-05 @ 20:17

clueless1 wrote:
seob wrote:My results for my Ryzen 7 build.
7zipbench.jpg

Nice, 7th place on the chart, between a pair of 6c/12t Xeons that are clocked over 4Ghz.


nice score, i planned some sort of Ryzen update myslef. an R7 1700X with +32 GB RAM and a good B350/X370 mohterboard in the future
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Re: 7-zip benchmarks for over 60 CPUs

Postby kithylin » 2017-4-05 @ 20:20

Carlos S. M. wrote:
clueless1 wrote:
seob wrote:My results for my Ryzen 7 build.
7zipbench.jpg

Nice, 7th place on the chart, between a pair of 6c/12t Xeons that are clocked over 4Ghz.


nice score, i planned some sort of Ryzen update myslef. an R7 1700X with +32 GB RAM and a good B350/X370 mohterboard in the future


Personally I'm waiting for the 6 core versions and see how they're priced to consider it.. but before that I'm most likely investing in a top of the line Vega card before the end of the year. Hopefully we get aftermarket versions with 3rd party waterblocks for em.
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Re: 7-zip benchmarks for over 60 CPUs

Postby clueless1 » 2017-4-23 @ 16:36

I was going to add i5-6200u results the other day but saw that there were already 2 entries for that cpu. But my result was higher than those two, so I might add them Monday with more detail on the laptop they are from.
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Re: 7-zip benchmarks for over 60 CPUs

Postby clueless1 » 2017-4-24 @ 14:45

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HP ProBook 470 G3
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8GB DDR4 2133

Faster than two other results for the same cpu on the sheet. Maybe the other two used DDR3?
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Re: 7-zip benchmarks for over 60 CPUs

Postby Carlos S. M. » 2017-4-24 @ 15:14

Added results from a Duron 1000 and an Athlon XP 2400+ on an ECS K7S5A motherboard, i couldn't try the Duron with DDR266 and the Athlon XP with DDR200 since the board refuses to POST when the FSB/DRAM ratio is not syncronized
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Re: 7-zip benchmarks for over 60 CPUs

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Re: 7-zip benchmarks for over 60 CPUs

Postby Carlos S. M. » 2017-6-12 @ 23:40

Added results from my E8600 overclocked to 4.4 GHz (Crazy overclock lol)

I moved the E8600 from the HP DC7800 to a nice Gigabyte GA-P35-DS4 rev 2.1

I managed to outperform a Q6600, Q9300, an i5 6200U, my Phenom X4 9550, multiple later Pentiums and even the crazy overclocked Pentium 965 XE @ 4.87 ghz
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