GS76 Stealth (i9-11900h) getting terrible R23 Multi-Core Scores...

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  1. Saint3448

    Saint3448 Newbie

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    No idea where to start to troubleshoot with this.

    I recently bought an MSI GS76, after setting it up, I figured I'd run some base-line benchmarks to make sure everything was function properly. To start off, I used Cinebench R23. Now, from my research, the i9-11900h should score 1550ish Single Core, and 12kish Multicore.

    I ran both of these tests, with HWInfo running, watching the clock speeds. The single core test went fine, and was right where I expected.

    However, the Multicore score was terrible. 7443 vs expected 12k. A few things I noted:

    Temps stayed around 50c, clocks where around 2.5-2.7Ghz all cores, voltage was around 0.8v (vs 1.277v for single core).

    Anyone have anything else I can note during the test to pinpoint what's going on? This benchmark should be significantly higher.

    I reset latest bios to optimized defaults, and tried again - same result.
     
  2. NeXt3R

    NeXt3R Notebook Evangelist

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    you must expand all in HWINFO "CPU LIMIT REASON"
    and raise all up ?

    VR limit
    PL limits
    or repair overheat .,,.this is all ;)

    edit
    NB is limited ,.your cpu and all cores load - around base clock
    max turbo clock works only on some cores / specific lower usage
     
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    NeXt3R Notebook Evangelist

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    and full performance - AC adapter + full battery "best in 90-100./. cycle"
     
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