Massman Posted June 17, 2016 Share Posted June 17, 2016 (edited) I had a look to find out the top-25 CPUs with the highest average overclock in the Cinebench benchmarks with air or water cooling. A table for your reference, [table=head;autonum=1;autonumtitle=Pos;width=450px]CPU Model | AVG OC in CB R11.5/R15 with Air/Water Core i7 7700K|5191 MHz FX-9590|5100 MHz FX-8370|5099 MHz FX-9370|5072 MHz FX-8350|4977 MHz Core i7 2700K|4971 MHz Core i7 2600K|4938 MHz Core i5 2500K|4929 MHz Core i7 3970X|4918 MHz Core i7 3960X|4892 MHz A10-6800K|4882 MHz Core i7 3930K|4869 MHz Core i7 4790K|4854 MHz Core i7 3770K|4848 MHz Core i7 4820K|4838 MHz Core i7 6700K|4835 MHz FX-8320E|4819 MHz FX-6350|4810 MHz Pentium 4 631|4807 MHz FX-6300|4783 MHz Core i7 3820|4779 MHz Core i5 6600K|4767 MHz FX-8320|4737 MHz FX-4100|4708 MHz Core i5 4690K|4704 MHz[/table] SELECT CONCAT(cpu_model.model,"|",ROUND(AVG(result.cpu_oc))," MHz") FROM result JOIN cpu_model USING (cpu_id) WHERE (application_id=94 OR application_id=48) AND result.cpucooling_id<5 AND cpu_oc<6000 AND cpu_oc>3000 AND cpucooling_id!=0 GROUP BY cpu_id HAVING COUNT(DISTINCT user_id)>=10 ORDER BY AVG(cpu_oc) DESC LIMIT 25 Edited January 26, 2017 by Massman Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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