AMD Rysen worth it

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Hey temporalsounds,

perhaps the down clocking under full processing is important, too. Thermal design and so on .... ;) (My Haswell is undervolted ;) )
I'm sill not sure what BUZZ really does with all that cores .... (up to 64 for new AMD Desktop CPUs)
You know that in Q4/2020 Ryzen 4000 will come with another plus of 15% Instructions per cycle.
I bought my system 2013 and after 10 years it will be 2023 perhaps looking for a new system, with DDR5 then. I think every 10 years is ok, if I need, considering the climate change :(

Looks like you have upgraded your Ivy bridge system with a new graphic card and more... (?)

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HerrFornit wrote:
Sat Jul 25, 2020 10:13 pm
I bought my system 2013 and after 10 years it will be 2023 perhaps looking for a new system, with DDR5 then. I think every 10 years is ok, if I need, considering the climate change :(

Looks like you have upgraded your Ivy bridge system with a new graphic card and more... (?)
I think,that Buzz uses only real cores,not logical.But I'm not sure!!
I bought my system about Q4 2012 I think.Then I upgraded with more RAM and GPU later ,about 2018 ? I remember ,everybody were mining bitcoins,ethereum etc. at that time...
Too much energy consumption :cry: I'm not fan about it.Considering the climatic changes too, like you.

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temporalsounds wrote:
Sun Jul 26, 2020 9:41 am

I think,that Buzz uses only real cores,not logical.But I'm not sure!!
you might be right. Heavy load: BUZZ-CPU-Monitor 70-85% !,
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I have different results now.I'm confused a bit.
Set up core parking to: 100 % ,same like you.Other Quick CPU setting : default,as I installed Quick CPU app half an hour ago.
I tested with 96khz sample rate and with many VST plugins.EDIT : Other app closed before test,including web browser.
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EDIT:
I have these setting in Buzz:
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Interesting difference. Perhaps it's because we have different BIOS/UEFI settings? BTW: My System is undervolted -0.12 V offset, but that's probably not the reason. Perhaps HyperThreading setting ... I have to look. Its' insecure with that dammed Intel processors, side chain attack and so on ... :x

My BUZZ preferences are the same except MachineDelayCompensation is "true" here.

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Ah yes,I have read about vulnerabilities about CPUs Intel architecture.Either way,I have HyperThreading turning on ,in bios setup.
I think,the attacker or hacker must be or have physically access to your computer to use this ,or steal data.But who knows... :?:
I'm not an expert in this. (https://meltdownattack.com)
I flashed my BIOS three days ago again with old 2013 UEFI file(latest),because my motherboard and system starts to be weird behavior.
I wasn't be able to install Windows on SSD disk.Strange..
Thank you HerrFornit for good tips about performance testing Buzz :D

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You are right, I probability is very low to become a victim by side channel attacks... :) thanx for the link.

Anyway, I checked my bios, hyperthreating is enabled. Recently my Win10 got a microcode update perhaps that has an influence. A few patches further and my CPU is a lame turtle. :lol:

Edit: doing a full system virus scan now. All 8 cores are fully on! hm?

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