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Userbenchmarks & my new build

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Ok so I got my new build done & decided to run userbenchmarks on it.

It's results state the i7 7700k is performing way below expectations but doesn't say why or list a fix.

Any ideas? It's also not completing as it stops shortly after it starts the graphics test.

UserBenchmarks:
CPU: Intel Core i7-7700K - 84.7%
SSD: Samsung 960 Evo NVMe PCIe M.2 250GB - 268.8%
SSD: HyperX Fury 120GB - 63.6%
USB: Hitachi HDS722020ALA330 2TB - 19.3%
RAM: G.SKILL F4 DDR4 3000 C15 2x4GB - 103.2%
MBD: MSI Z270-A PRO (MS-7A71)

 

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Clicking the little ? at the end of that line will show you some suggestions on why this could be.

 

Not sure about the graphics test.

 

I'm not home to look thoroughly, but I think that's how you stack up against others that have the same processor. Everyone runs different MOBOs, etc.. 

 

Your bench is showing 84.7% "excellent", so it's running good on your system.

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You haven't overclocked your i7-7700k, that's why.

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13 hours ago, MrDeaf said:

You haven't overclocked your i7-7700k, that's why.

Is that the only reason why it's not as expected? So according to userbenchmarks, when stock it's crap?

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22 minutes ago, DeathLord1969 said:

Is that the only reason why it's not as expected? So according to userbenchmarks, when stock it's crap?

it's not 'crap', so much as most people buy a k model for overclocking.

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1 hour ago, MrDeaf said:

it's not 'crap', so much as most people buy a k model for overclocking.

I may do some overclocking but it's kinda odd that a benchmark site states it's performing lower than "normal".

But as for OCing, do people use the Intel extreme tuner or the bios?

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Up to you if you wanna worry with it, but I wouldn't worry too much unless you just want to be the same as what others are showing.

 

Also keep in mind, the program itself couldn't finish the test, so the numbers might be off from that as well.

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I just re-ran the tool and this is what I got.

UserBenchmarks: Game 47%, Desk 121%, Work 72%
CPU: Intel Core i7-7700K - 101.8%
GPU: AMD R9 280 - 39.5% - I overclocked this to 1200 core & 1575 mem and no change.
SSD: Samsung 960 Evo NVMe PCIe M.2 250GB - 232.7%
SSD: HyperX Fury 120GB - 62.2%
USB: Hitachi HDS722020ALA330 2TB - 19.3%
RAM: G.SKILL F4 DDR4 3000 C15 2x4GB - 104.6%
MBD: MSI Z270-A PRO (MS-7A71)


The GPU is NOT actually an R9 280. It's an HD 7950 Royal King 3GB.

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1 hour ago, DeathLord1969 said:

I may do some overclocking but it's kinda odd that a benchmark site states it's performing lower than "normal".

But as for OCing, do people use the Intel extreme tuner or the bios?

most people use whatever the mobo came packed with.

msi, gigabyte, asrock and asus all have their own tuner program to overclock from windows.

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13 minutes ago, MrDeaf said:

most people use whatever the mobo came packed with.

msi, gigabyte, asrock and asus all have their own tuner program to overclock from windows.

The one on the MSI disc was the Intel Extreme Tuning Utility.

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 I would advise you not to overclock your chip before learning how to do it properly and safely.

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2 hours ago, m373x said:

 I would advise you not to overclock your chip before learning how to do it properly and safely.

Already know how to overclock as I was overclocking my Q6600.

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