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BANANA Benchmark Results Comparison

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by garyjpaterson, Jun 23, 2014.

  1. garyjpaterson

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  2. aljowen

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    I did a 10 min mess around in BeamNG with the pickup on DRI, which is only a single vehicle so its not pushing my cpu too hard.

    I am using an I5 2500K with an Akasa venom 12cm CPU cooler. Ambient temps are 25*c (Which is damn hot for the UK since its the same outside :p ) as you can see from the attached photo of my clock. I have also attached images showing the 10cm of ventilation behind my pc since its also under a desk. So its a similar situation to yours, albeit in a cooler country.
    I have two chassis fans, a front intake and a rear exhaust, my psu fan is inward facing due to carpet.

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    ORDER OF PHOTOS = Screenshot for clear reading of temps etc - General view of pc location - Ambient temp reading - front ventilation - rear ventilation

    As you can see my PC has pretty limited ventilation on the front intake and rear exhaust. So yeah, your pc does seem to run a little warm, but i must admit i am not aware of how much 10*c higher ambient temps should effect it.

    I am tempted to get 4 cars in game and see how it copes
     
  3. NkosiKarbul

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    banana bench on my potato
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  4. DrowsySam

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    Finally got around to trying it on the laptop, I'm quite surprised. Interesting results.

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    Has a great GPU too, running max settings at like 30-40FPS, 720p windowed.
     
  5. garyjpaterson

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    Yep, these Intel mobile CPUs are surprisingly good, before they get thermally throttled that is. I added the results @3.1GHz, since it will have been boosting much higher than 2.2GHz :)
     
  6. RobertGracie

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    My old Worfdale didnt do too badly either considering its 6 years old and well its been used quite hard over the past few years and stuff...I havent had it Thermally throttled on me yet...I have had it with my old HD3870 but that was due to 2mm of dust on the heatsink preventing airflow through it and it reached 120 Degrees Celsius and shutdown and I couldnt figure out why for so long then I looked at the still f**king hot Graphics card and peeled off the sticker then I saw the problem and sorted it but I have had no issues with my HD5770 so far :)
     
  7. DrowsySam

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    I've actually got this one locked on 2.2, so it doesn't overheat or throttle. Going to get some new thermal paste and give it a clean before I enable the boost. :)
     
  8. garyjpaterson

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    Well if thats the case, your CPU has BY FAR the highest Beams/s/Core/GHz. Seems a little strange, but there you go.
     
  9. DrowsySam

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    Actually, my bad, seems to top out at 2.8ghz. Only clocks I could get good temps at(Still around 85°c) ;)
     
  10. MKroenke

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    Tried the benchmark on my laptop earlier. Does someone have an idea why console.exe is not present on a fresh installation? console.x86.exe is there. :confused:
     

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  11. moosedks

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    Have the devs been able to use any of this? I'm just wondering what they would do with this information, if anything.
     
  12. Suokkola

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    here's i5 4670k @ 4.2Ghz, 1.140v

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    i haven't tried over 4.2 yet
     
  13. Aboroath

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    Ditto on this. I'm wondering how the system ram being at 4GB for everyone affects the results too.
     
  14. Bubbleawsome

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    That score is right on the mark based on mine and DS's chips. Also, that chip might be golden. Mines stock voltage was only a tad bit under that and it is fairly average (doing 4.3Ghz at 1.25v) Yours might get to 4.8 if you don't hit a voltage wall first. Good luck!
     
  15. Suokkola

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    i really hope so :p 4.4Ghz at 1.185v

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  16. Davidbc

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    There are some overvoltage features, can you post a screenshot of CPU-Z while doing the benchmark?
     
  17. Suokkola

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    as you wish.

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    My processor is an AMD Phenom X6 1605T, for some reason Windows doesn't detect it properly, lol

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    I'm really annoyed at my motherboard, it seems to throttle at will even though I'm running at 40degrees, which means it runs at 2.3GHz at idle, and as soon as it recieves load it goes down to 1000Mhz.:mad:
     
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    i5-4690k, stock cooler, stock clock/voltage settings.


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    4.4 GHz, 1.21v

     
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