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Type: Desktop

Model: Custom

CPU Model: R5 5600x

CPU Base Frequency: 3.70 GHz

CPU Turbo Frequency: 4.60 GHz

RAM: 16GB

RAM Clockspeed: 3200Mhz

GPU: NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3070 - 8GB

Graphics Level in 3D: -

Storage Type: SSD

 

Benchmark A: 01 min 33 Sec

Benchmark B: 06 min 42 Sec

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On 15/06/2021 at 18:10, Bigpole said:

I've got my eyes on 5900x but I see weird results up to 1min difference between the same (vaguely) type of PC. I wonder if this is because of overclocking or maybe overheating due to lack of cooling/airflow inside the case. 

Any thoughts?

Yeah it could be a whole number of factors from updated drivers to airflow to overclocking.  These benchmarks can be really useful for noticing if you have issues with your setup

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can you try Test D to an earlier version of fm, like fm2011. If you run max leagues and settings to see if we get same results . I think SI GAMES need to create the game better to run faster, I mean some of these pc's are the best gaming pc's we can buy also for thousands of $/£. why is it like this. 

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14 hours ago, JLEEG said:

can you try Test D to an earlier version of fm, like fm2011. If you run max leagues and settings to see if we get same results . I think SI GAMES need to create the game better to run faster, I mean some of these pc's are the best gaming pc's we can buy also for thousands of $/£. why is it like this. 

Comparison over versions never really works, more recent versions are more optimised for recent hardware etc and its hard to replicate the same week in terms of fixtures.

Benchmark D is an absolute extreme too.  I don't think anyone expects it to be that fast.  Should the game be more optimised?  Of course, and if you check out the previous benchmarking threads you will see that leagues that are run in full detail are more optimised.

Also the reality is that 99% of users will never change the default detail level anyway.  Benchmark A & B are the most typical setups

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Type: Desktop

Model: iMac (Retina 5K, 2020)

CPU Model: Intel Core i5 (6-core)

CPU Base Frequency: 3.1GHz

CPU Turbo Frequency: N/A

RAM: 8GB

RAM Clockspeed: 2667 MHz

GPU: AMD Radeon Pro 5300 4GB

Graphics Level in 3D: High

Storage Type: SSD

 

Benchmark A: 02 min 00 Sec

Benchmark B: 9 min 09 Sec

Benchmark C: 11 min 16 Sec

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Type: Desktop

Model: Custom

CPU Model: Intel Core i3 3220

CPU Base Frequency: 3.30 GHz

CPU Turbo Frequency: N/A

RAM: 8GB DDR3

RAM Clockspeed: 1600 MHz

GPU: nVidia Geforce GT 1030 2GB GDDR5

Graphics Level in 3D: High

Storage Type: SSD

 

Benchmark A: 05 min 10 Sec

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Late to the party, this is my results, attached CPU-Z specs, ran the tests back to back, so maybe this is why it is a bit slower on bench D, but I don't think it can be faster than 5950x.

 

Type: Desktop

Model: Custom

CPU Model: R9 5900X

CPU Base Frequency: 3.70 GHz

CPU Turbo Frequency: 4.80 GHz

RAM: 32GB

RAM Clockspeed: 3600Mhz

GPU: NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3080 TI - 12GB

Graphics Level in 3D: Very High

Storage Type: Raid NVME

 

Benchmark A: 01 min 19 Sec

Benchmark B: 05 min 47 Sec

Benchmark C: 07 min 12 Sec

Benchmark D: 14 min 14 Sec

 

 

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Better late than never :lol:


Type: Laptop

Model: Lenovo Ideapad L340

CPU Model: i5-9300HF

CPU Base Frequency: 2.40 GHz

CPU Turbo Frequency: 4.10 GHz

RAM: 8GB

RAM Clockspeed: 2400MHz

GPU: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 (3GB)

Graphics Level in 3D: Very High

Storage Type: HDD

 

Benchmark A: 02 min 34 sec

Benchmark B: 11 min 18 sec

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On 20/07/2021 at 05:16, corinsondavila said:

Type: Desktop

Model: iMac (Retina 5K, 2020)

CPU Model: Intel Core i5 (6-core)

CPU Base Frequency: 3.1GHz

CPU Turbo Frequency: N/A

RAM: 8GB

RAM Clockspeed: 2667 MHz

GPU: AMD Radeon Pro 5300 4GB

Graphics Level in 3D: High

Storage Type: SSD

 

Benchmark A: 02 min 00 Sec

Benchmark B: 9 min 09 Sec

Benchmark C: 11 min 16 Sec

Just updating the spreadsheet now, any idea what model of i5 it is?

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Thought it was time I posted my own results :)

 

Type: Custom desktop

Model: Desktop

CPU Model: Intel i7 6700k 4 cores and 8 threads

CPU Base Frequency: 4.0 GHz

CPU Turbo Frequency: 4.2 GHz

RAM: 16GB

RAM Clockspeed: @2133 MHz

GPU: AMD Radeon 5700 XT 8GB

Graphics Level in 3D: Very high

Storage Type: NVMe SSD M.2


Benchmark A: 2min 12 secs

Benchmark B: 10min 9 secs

Benchmark C: 15 mins 42 secs

 

Looks like time I upgraded my PC

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So I changed my AM4 motherboard to one with Dynamic OC switching. Asus crosshair x570 extreme. The ryzen 5950x now runs on PBO when it is drawing less than 65A and a static overclock of 4.55 all core (still tweaking) when more than 65A

Benchmark A was unchanged as this didn’t use more than 65Ato trigger the all core overclock.

Benchmark B dropped to 5:47 from 6:00

Benchmark C dropped from 7:05 to 6:33.

All other components remained the same. 

Hope this helps someone.

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On 24/09/2021 at 13:23, jonpt said:

So I changed my AM4 motherboard to one with Dynamic OC switching. Asus crosshair x570 extreme. The ryzen 5950x now runs on PBO when it is drawing less than 65A and a static overclock of 4.55 all core (still tweaking) when more than 65A

Benchmark A was unchanged as this didn’t use more than 65Ato trigger the all core overclock.

Benchmark B dropped to 5:47 from 6:00

Benchmark C dropped from 7:05 to 6:33.

All other components remained the same. 

Hope this helps someone.

That's how I got my scores with my 5950x. I'm surprised more motherboards don't include this feature. I highly recommend it for AMD fans that like to tweak their settings.

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20 hours ago, jwchriste said:

That's how I got my scores with my 5950x. I'm surprised more motherboards don't include this feature. I highly recommend it for AMD fans that like to tweak their settings.

There’s only two boards that support the feature: Asus Crosshair VIII Dark Hero and Asus Crosshair VIII Extreme which cost $790 and $1500 respectively here in Australia. From a pure FM perspective, not sure shaving off 30 seconds in processing time is worth the capital outlay on these motherboards. I may eat my words though when I upgrade my PC however :D

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Hello, I want to leave my results that was useful for those who want a laptop with a Ryzen 5800H

 

Type: Laptop

Model: Lenovo Legion 5 Pro

CPU Model: AMD Ryzen 5800H 8 cores and 16 threads

CPU Base Frequency: 3.2 GHz

CPU Turbo Frequency: 4.4 GHz

RAM: 32GB

RAM Clockspeed: @3200MHz

GPU: NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3070 8GB Laptop

Graphics Level in 3D: Very high

Storage Type: NVMe SSD M.2

Benchmark A: 1min 46 secs

Benchmark B: 8min 8 secs

Benchmark C: 10 mins 44 secs

 

 

 

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Some results from us with low end systems

 

Type: Desktop

Model: Custom

CPU Model: Intel Pentium G4560

CPU Base Frequency: 3.5GHz

CPU Turbo Frequency: N/A

RAM: 8 GB

RAM Clockspeed: @2400Mhz

GPU: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 Ti - 4 GB GDDR5

Graphics Level in 3D: Very High

Storage Type: HDD

 

Benchmark A: 03 min 59 Sec

Benchmark B: 16 min 25 Sec

Benchmark C: -

Benchmark D: -

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On 27/09/2021 at 02:12, jwchriste said:

That's how I got my scores with my 5950x. I'm surprised more motherboards don't include this feature. I highly recommend it for AMD fans that like to tweak their settings.

Just an FYI, I have just noticed nearly all the latest Gigabyte Aorus x570 MB releases now offer Gigabyte Active OC tuner, making this OC feature available at a cheaper price than Asus two MB offerings. 

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2 minutes ago, Phil930 said:

Interested in FM22 overall.  Seems quick as ever, although have the benefit of a 5900x.  Same tests year-over-year would be good.

For now it's not quicker. There some issues which slow down the speed (like when you choose to see player stats etc).

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1 minute ago, fc.cadoni said:

For now it's not quicker. There some issues which slow down the speed (like when you choose to see player stats etc).

Agree.  By quick, I meant I don't really feel I'm waiting on it, but not as zappy as 21.

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On 25/10/2021 at 01:15, Brother Ben said:

Yeah I won't be doing the FM22 thread till the full release, there's a few kinks that need ironing out as far as i can tell

For the FM22 thread, can I suggest a RAM Timings column be added and expressed as CLxx-xx-xx-xx so people can provide this detail for their systems? Would really help when comparing close results to see what RAM timings people have for their RAM. 

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16 hours ago, Powermonger said:

For the FM22 thread, can I suggest a RAM Timings column be added and expressed as CLxx-xx-xx-xx so people can provide this detail for their systems? Would really help when comparing close results to see what RAM timings people have for their RAM. 

I’ll ask for it but I’m not sure how many people will even know what it is or how to find it.

My guess is, knowing FM, the latency of the Ram will make little difference but as I say I’ll include it for sure

Edit - you can find the timings on CPU-Z, i'll leave a screenshot here so I remember to mention it in the OP for FM22

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2 hours ago, Rivanov said:

Got the new 14" MacBook Pro with 10-Core CPU / 16-Core GPU / 16GB RAM and 1TB Storage today.

Will run benchmarks this week in FM 2022.

I'll have the FM22 thread up and running by full release date so wait till then if I were you

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No but my guess would be that it would be near the top end depending on the model and how good the cooling is

I see you've posted in the laptop buying thread too and are looking at the M1 Mac.  I bought one a few months back, never used Mac OS before and its been fine, few things to learn here and there but fine.  Suits my needs because its super portable as I spend a lot of time on trains etc

As smurf alluded to the one you have bought will be great but the M1 will be better its just is it worth the extra cost?

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Type: Desktop

Model: Custom

CPU Model: i9 - 12900k

CPU Base Frequency:  3.2 ghz/2.4 ghz

CPU Turbo Frequency: 5.2 ghz/3.9 ghz

RAM: 32GB DDR5

RAM Clockspeed: 5200 Mhz

GPU: NVIDIA GTX 1080 - 8gb

Graphics Level in 3D: Very High

Storage Type: SSD (PCIe 4)

 

Benchmark A: 1.12

Benchmark B: 5:33

Benchmark C: 7:05

Benchmark D: 13:53

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2 hours ago, grimbo88 said:

Type: Desktop

Model: Custom

CPU Model: i9 - 12900k

CPU Base Frequency:  3.2 ghz/2.4 ghz

CPU Turbo Frequency: 5.2 ghz/3.9 ghz

RAM: 32GB DDR5

RAM Clockspeed: 5200 Mhz

GPU: NVIDIA GTX 1080 - 8gb

Graphics Level in 3D: Very High

Storage Type: SSD (PCIe 4)

 

Benchmark D: 13:53

Someone wasted no time upgrading to a new Alder Lake rig? :D

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23 hours ago, grimbo88 said:

Type: Desktop

Model: Custom

CPU Model: i9 - 12900k

CPU Base Frequency:  3.2 ghz/2.4 ghz

CPU Turbo Frequency: 5.2 ghz/3.9 ghz

RAM: 32GB DDR5

RAM Clockspeed: 5200 Mhz

GPU: NVIDIA GTX 1080 - 8gb

Graphics Level in 3D: Very High

Storage Type: SSD (PCIe 4)

 

Benchmark D: 13:53

result please a ,b and c
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Okay so that's the FM21 benchmarking done then folks, big thanks to all involved!

  • 97 tested
  • 59 Desktops
  • 37 Laptops

I won't draw any particular conclusions about the results, I'll leave that to you folks. 

Suffice to say though I do think that FM22 will be a great year for benchmarking as Intel, AMD and Apple all look to have really strong offerings and are as close as they have ever been in terms of competition.

FM22 thread will be out in the next few days

 

Benchmark Results - DOWNLOAD SPREADSHEET HERE

FINAL STANDINGS

Benchmark A Combined Results

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Benchmark B Combined Results

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Benchmark C Combined Results

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Benchmark D Combined Results

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