Passmark Performance Test Benchmark


  1. Posts : 15
    Windows 10 Home 20H2
       #1361

    CountMike said:
    That CPU score should have been much higher, did you test it on battery only ? Also check your power plan. Might as well check frequency while running Ptest.
    Honestly not too sure, just did a free trial I believe and read through it pretty briefly. To be honest it all starts to become really overwhelming. I'm really out of touch with laptops and computers. But the CPU test seemed to put throughs series of tests like math, physics, compression, etc..... and my power plan allows me 2 options, energy star or balanced, I keep it on Energy star. I really dont know what happened, this computer never used to be this slow. I just did a full-restore yesterday, kept my files, most everything back, but it still seems to lag way more than it used too.
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  2. Posts : 19,209
    W11+W11 Developer Insider + Linux
       #1362

    HtownDober said:
    Honestly not too sure, just did a free trial I believe and read through it pretty briefly. To be honest it all starts to become really overwhelming. I'm really out of touch with laptops and computers. But the CPU test seemed to put throughs series of tests like math, physics, compression, etc..... and my power plan allows me 2 options, energy star or balanced, I keep it on Energy star. I really dont know what happened, this computer never used to be this slow. I just did a full-restore yesterday, kept my files, most everything back, but it still seems to lag way more than it used too.
    That "Energy star" is most probably very restricting keeping frequency and voltage to minimum to save battery time.
    You can make own Power Plan in Control panel with maximum processor state to 100%. to look something like this
    Passmark Performance Test Benchmark-image.png
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  3. Posts : 15
    Windows 10 Home 20H2
       #1363

    CountMike said:
    That "Energy star" is most probably very restricting keeping frequency and voltage to minimum to save battery time.
    You can make own Power Plan in Control panel with maximum processor state to 100%. to look something like this
    Passmark Performance Test Benchmark-image.png
    Thanks for the info. Trying to send you a video, don't think it' will allow me to post on here.

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    CountMike said:
    That "Energy star" is most probably very restricting keeping frequency and voltage to minimum to save battery time.
    You can make own Power Plan in Control panel with maximum processor state to 100%. to look something like this
    Passmark Performance Test Benchmark-image.png
    Sorry about that, didn't think it would over 10 minutes to publish a 2-minute video on YouTube. But seems as if YouTube is the only way to be able to send videos.



    What do you think, overkill? And I had to go back and change some of those settings, not realizing they were just low/critical battery notifications.. other than that what do you think?
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  4. Posts : 19,209
    W11+W11 Developer Insider + Linux
       #1364

    HtownDober said:
    Thanks for the info. Trying to send you a video, don't think it' will allow me to post on here.

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    Sorry about that, didn't think it would over 10 minutes to publish a 2-minute video on YouTube. But seems as if YouTube is the only way to be able to send videos.



    What do you think, overkill? And I had to go back and change some of those settings, not realizing they were just low/critical battery notifications.. other than that what do you think?
    Only Processor state can make such difference in CPU scores.
    Now you can try to watch CPU frequency in CPU-Z while running Ptest. Should hit close to 3.7GHz under load. Try same thing with Cinebench r23, it keeps constant load when running.
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  5. Posts : 15
    Windows 10 Home 20H2
       #1365

    CountMike said:
    Only Processor state can make such difference in CPU scores.
    Now you can try to watch CPU frequency in CPU-Z while running Ptest. Should hit close to 3.7GHz under load. Try same thing with Cinebench r23, it keeps constant load when running.
    Oh really? So I should just put everything back to default and just keep the CPU freq. at 100% ? What I'll do is retest the for CPU with both setting, see what score on both tests. Will update in a bit....
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  6. Posts : 19,209
    W11+W11 Developer Insider + Linux
       #1366

    HtownDober said:
    Oh really? So I should just put everything back to default and just keep the CPU freq. at 100% ? What I'll do is retest the for CPU with both setting, see what score on both tests. Will update in a bit....
    You can make own Power Saver Plan with all on max to use when needed.
    Passmark Performance Test Benchmark-image.png
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  7. Posts : 15
    Windows 10 Home 20H2
       #1367

    The first one was I had changed everything to max but kept it on "energy star."

    Passmark Performance Test Benchmark-cpu1.png

    Second one came, and I just saw that you could create your own one plan at "high performance," But I still put them all at max, I dont think really conducted this test correctly, I have no idea where my defaults at high-performance should be, because I'm sure at some point its not the best idea to keep running so hard? IDK 2nd results..

    Passmark Performance Test Benchmark-cpu2.png

    Couple points but nothing signifiant, Im goinlevg to see if I can find default levels at high-performance and just keep the CPU frequency at 100%.

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    CountMike said:
    You can make own Power Saver Plan with all on max to use when needed.
    Passmark Performance Test Benchmark-image.png
    So just like you said, it actually works better, still 46th percentile, but around +200 points or so. So max input actually hurts speed. I just created a another High-performance, but only changed the frequency to 100%

    Passmark Performance Test Benchmark-cpu3.png

    That's crazy to me, but hey thank you! Now I know more less I should slight-improvement. I want to be able to optimize this laptop as best as possible. Baby steps but I hope get a hard-drive and switch the upgrade 4GB stick to an 8GB stick of RAM so it can be a total 12GB upgrade to 1T SSD internal and external if its possible? I really am not too sure what I can do to make a laptop faster? I'm assuming more memory and space? Because I'm sure I'm stuck with the processor, or those able to be upgraded as well?
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  8. Posts : 19,209
    W11+W11 Developer Insider + Linux
       #1368

    There's another side to Ryzen, it's temperature sensitive. it will drop frequency once it gets to certain temps.
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  9. Posts : 17,258
    Windows 11 Pro
       #1369

    Ryzen 7 3800XT installed. Asus ROG Crosshair VII Hero (WiFi) motherboard, Geforce GTX 1080 Ti graphics card. I'm pretty darn happy right now!

    Passmark Performance Test Benchmark-capture.jpg
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  10. Posts : 123,437
    Windows 11 Pro (x64) 21H2 Build 22000.675
       #1370

    New update for PerformanceTest Released on 1-29-21 Version: V10 Build 1011

    Passmark Performance Test Benchmark-build-1011.png
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