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  5. Think I just read somewhere that the read or write(think write) of the new MBP ssd has been reduced.. Perhaps check that aspect out.. Of course they don't advertise that
  6. First time using this App,,, is there something wrong with performance? I have the top of the line 2019 iMac, , maxed out on RAM (128), and Write Speed on a 2 TB SSD storage appears to be reduced or at around 531 mb/sec, 8 core 9th Generation Intel CPU. Read speed on Disk appears to be as expected I guess, but what is happening to Write speed please?. I apologize for maybe a little ignorance, but with this Novabench test can it give me a proper reading or result from my Apples own internal 2TB apple pci-nvme? I think I tried this test with another, speed test provider, and it said that I could not test my own internal SSD. Thanks for any response,, and also what about the other result ie CPU,, they look terrible also, don't they?
  7. By chance are you using an AIO? I just ran cinebench R20 3 times in a row and it felt cold on the case panel. There was some warmth if I took off the case side panel and put my finger against the side of the coolers mount. But at 74C...you kno
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  9. nice first post. long time lurker as well?
  10. So, it kind of depends on what type of music you're producing. I've done a lot of research on this (in the market for a new DAW PC myself), and from what I gather Intel processors are better for low-latency single threaded performance, which is what you want if you're doing live tracking and care about audio delay. Intel processors tend to have lower total thread counts (for the same price) with higher per-thread performance, so are better if you're using a ton of VST's on each track and want low latency. AMD processors tend to have higher total thread counts with lower per-thread performance, so this is better if you have a ton of tracks with not too many VST's on each; or if you're okay increasing your audio buffer (and latency). Like if you are mixing really large projects and not live tracking anything. 9Apps Cartoon HD Vidmate APK That said, the new AMD processors are just about to be released, so this could change. I would wait until someone does some actual benchmarks with the DAW software you're using. For RAM, the more the better, and with prices so cheap right now I'd definitely go for 32GB if you can swing it. More RAM means more audio can be stored and on-call without making (slow) calls to the hard drive. So if you're using large sample libraries or have a lot of audio tracks in your project, more RAM is better. If you're using mostly synths and not audio / samples, lots of RAM isn't quite as important. But I would still say 16GB is the minimum you'd want.
  11. i have this same problem "Could not reach novabench.com Please check connection and try again" . i can export results and heres it... exported.nbr
  12. I am getting an issue while updating my window 8 to window 10 version its makes an error and issue of Roadrunner Email Not Working, i don't know how to fix this issue.
  13. When I am trying to do something with it, it displays a message an Linksys Router Error Code 2318 what i have to do to resolve this, after it i am unable to do anything.
  14. grab yourself a used 1080 and grab that 1600
  15. I have a tentative build that I want on pcpartpicker but I have a few questions. Since I will be doing minimal gaming, do I need a separate GPU and if so, how good of one should I get? Does it help with running my DAW or video editing? Would you recommend 16gb of ram or should I get more?https://solitaire.onl/ 9apps.ooo/ https://bluestacks.vip/ I was going to wait and shell out for an Ryzen 3000 series processor since it's out next week, but perhaps I should buy a 1600 since they are so cheap right now and wait a bit to upgrade. Thoughts? Thanks!
  16. Unfortunately I have the same issue on my machine, too: Windows 7 Professional, Service Pack 1 Novabench 4.0.6 - October 2018 Anyone having a secure workaround? (As disabling signature checks is obviously not a solution) Best, Daniel
  17. Verified Novabench Score: 3206 Tested on Jun 30, 2019 at 05:36 Intel Core i7-8700K running at 5GHz NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti Microsoft Windows 10 Home CPU Score 1451 Show details RAM Score - 32GB DDR4 349 RAM Speed: 37240 MB/s Graphics Score 1164 Direct3D 11: 201 FPS OpenCL: 18107 FLOPS Disk Score 242 Write Speed: 1910 MB/s Read Speed: 2180 MB/s my issue is my 1080ti from last year was faster than the 2080ti Verified Novabench Score: 3448 Tested on Jul 12, 2018 at 01:03 Intel Core i7-8700K at 5.1GHz NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti Microsoft Windows 10 Home CPU Score 1504 Show details RAM Score - 32GB DDR4 369 RAM Speed: 42950 MB/s GPU Score 1311 Direct3D 11: 235 FPS OpenCL: 13474 GFLOPS Disk Score 264 Write Speed: 2337 MB/s Read Speed: 2279 MB/s
  18. I feel you. What's your build? Currently at work and cant post the results but I have the following build: CPU: AMD Threadripper 2950X 3.4GHz GPU: Zotac RTX 2080 ti MoBo: AsRock Fatal1ty X399 TAICHI RAM: DDR4 3000 32BG and the gpu test cant seem to get above ~80fps. Anyone else have this issue? anyone find a solution?
  19. I have a similar build except i have 32gb of RAM and a RTX 2080ti and get the same gpu results. not sure what the problem is. did you ever figure out the reason behind the low fps?
  20. Seems like an incorrect reading. What CPU do you have? (different CPUs have different sensors and different techniques to read the temperature)
  21. Novabench is saying my CPU is @ 90c yet feeling the case panel.. it's stone cold. Yet HWMonitor is saying its @ 38c. Why is the Novabench one so high?!
  22. Giving up on Novabench. Not updated in over a year, and still get zero scores on CPU tests on a range of Mac desktops and laptops. It's a shame because Novabench is one of the only true cross-platform multi-disciplinary tests (CPU, GPU, HDD, RAM) in existence.
  23. Check if you can scroll over the test result list horizontally. The pencil might be cut off on the right.
  24. post the scores for whichever resolution you choose.
  25. Acer Predator Helios 300 Gaming Laptop, 15.6" FHD IPS w/ 144Hz Refresh Rate, Intel 6-Core i7-8750H, Overclockable GeForce GTX 1060 6GB, 16GB DDR4, 256GB NVMe SSD, Aeroblade Metal Fans PH315-51-78NP this is the top dog in price to performance.
  26. post your scores
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