Posted 13 January 2016 - 06:16 PM
So I'm working on a laptop for a customer that happens to be from a good friend's mother (Her mother bought it and it screwed up and she brought it to me to fix) and in the process of figuring out if there was anything else wrong with it (The BIOS went crazy, reset it and fixed 90% of the problems).
I decided to put some load on the CPU and see how it did and used Cinebench as it doesn't need to be installed and I've got a copy sitting on my main Network drive, gotta love these results:
It's a little umm...slow. Especially considering my main rig scores around 1300 and the i5-4300Y in that list @133 is my tablet...
Edited by cchalogamer, 13 January 2016 - 06:25 PM.
i7-5930K/GA-X99-UD4/32GB G.Skill/512GB Intel 600p/512GB Crucial M550/480GB ADATA SP550/5TB/GTX 1080 Ti/Rosewill Capstone 1000-M/Rosewill Blackhawk (main rig)
i7-4930K/GA-X79-UP4/32GB G.Skill & Team Vulcan Mixed/240GB Seagate 600 SSD/4 x 1TB/GeForce 315/Rosewill Capstone 750/Corsair Carbide 200R (VM Server)
i7-6820HK/Aorus X7 v6/16GB G.Skill/512GB Samsung SM951/1TB/GTX 1070/230w AC Adapter/94.24Wh Battery (Gaming/Fun Laptop)
i7-7500U/Razer Blade Stealth/16GB/512GB Samsung SM951/45w USB-C AC Adapter/53.6Wh Battery (Work Laptop)
i7-4770K/GA-Z87X-UD5H/16GB Kingston/240GB Seagate 600 SSD/2TB/GTX 1070/Rosewill Capstone 750-M/Rosewill Blackhawk (the wife took this one)
i5-3570K/GA-Z77X-UD5H/24GB ADATA/120GB Crucial M500 SSD/2 x 8TB/3 x 5TB/4TB/2TB/Antec BP550/Bookshelf (server)
i5-8600K/ASRock Z370 Gaming-ITX/ac/16GB Team Dark/512GB Sandisk 400 SSD/GTX 1070 Ti/EVGA Supernova 650 G1/Phanteks Evolv ITX (HTPC)