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  • Unusual V10 Scores for Xeon E5-2697 v2

    I've noticed something unusual regarding the new Passmark V10 scoring for at least the 12-core Xeon E5-2697 V2. Somehow it has a substancially lower score than the 10-core E5-2680 v2 of the same architecture.

    12669 multi-thread / 1822 single-thread on the 10-core E5-2680 v2
    9338 multi-thread / 1742 single-thread on the 12-core E5-2697 v2

    The single thread scores seem about right since the frequencies are slightly lower on the 12-core but that doesn't seem to account for the difference.

    The older V9 test scores seemed much more accurate:

    15792 multi / 1831 single on the 10-core E5-2680 v2
    17021 multi / 1777 single on the 12-core E5-2697 v2

    Any idea what's going on with this? The "Last 5 Baselines" scores seem all over the place.

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  • #2
    Thank you for bringing this to our attention.

    As of this post, there were a total of six (6) submissions for Intel Xeon E5-2697 v2 from users of PerformanceTest V10. Two (2) of the 6 results had CPU rating between 3000-4000. We have excluded them from being included from the average and have updated the charts with the remaining submissions. The new value is currently 13870.

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