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Not much nonsense. Look at their test results.
First of all, let's look at the acceleration frequency.
TPU points out thatThe new version of BIOS has indeed fulfilled its promise to achieve or even exceed the nominal acceleration frequency. The Ruilong 9,3900X not only exceeds 4.6 GHz, but also reaches 4.71 GHz, with an average of 4.65 GHz, which is the case of two threads (one core).
When threads are 3 to 4, the frequency drops to 4.575 GHz, still 50-75 MHz higher than the old version. After 5T threads, the frequency drops to 4.4 GHz, and lasts until 12T. The overall frequency is still 20 MHz higher. After 13T threads, the frequency drops to 4.3 GHz, and then the rising threads stabilize at 4.2 GHz.
New BIOS Performance Testing
Instead of publishing tests for a single project, TPU aggregated them into four comprehensive tests, including CPU performance, 720p game performance, and 1440p game performance.4KGame performance, the average performance improvement of 1.1%, 0.36%, 0.5%, 0.62%, chat is better than nothing.
In standby, single thread, multithreading, game and copy power test, standby power consumption is reduced by 1W, and power consumption in the other three items is increased, among which game power consumption is increased by about 14W, multithread power consumption by 7W, and copy power consumption by 1W.
The final evaluation of TPU is simple. In fact, the overall performance improvement is not more than 1%, but in different projects, the performance is different, the highest can be increased by 6%, SuperPi improved by 2.5%, but there are also some projects that reduce single-digit performance, resulting in an average performance improvement of 0.88%.
As for power consumption, they think it is still surprising that standby, single-core, copying power fluctuation is about 1W, that is, the total power consumption of multi-core, game increased by 7 or 13W.
The final suggestion is, of course, to upgrade. You can see the BIOS upgrade situation of the motherboard manufacturer.