QEMU Standard PC (Q35 + ICH9, 2009)

Performance Results

Benchmarks - missing SSD
Gaming
Gaming 63%
Destroyer
Desktop
Desktop 72%
Battleship
Workstation
Workstation 61%
Destroyer
PC StatusOverall this PC is performing below expectations (29th percentile). This means that out of 100 PCs with exactly the same components, 71 performed better. The overall PC percentile is the average of each of its individual components. Use the charts in the benchmark sections of this report to identify problem areas.
ProcessorWith a good single core score, this CPU can easily handle the majority of general computing tasks. Additionally this processor can handle light workstation, and even some light server workloads. Finally, with a gaming score of 70.6%, this CPU's suitability for 3D gaming is good.
Graphics89.4% is a very good 3D score, it's the business. This GPU can handle recent 3D games at high resolutions and ultra detail levels.
Memory23.4GB is enough RAM to run any version of Windows and it's far more than any current game requires. 23.4GB will also allow for large file and system caches, virtual machine hosting, software development, video editing and batch multimedia processing.
OS VersionWindows 10 is the most recent version of Windows, and the best to date in our opinion.
Very high background CPU (34%). High background CPU reduces benchmark accuracy. How to reduce background CPU.
SystemQEMU Standard PC (Q35 + ICH9, 2009)  (all builds)
Motherboard
Memory15.8 GB free of 23.4375 GB @ 0 GHz
Display1920 x 1080 - 32 Bit colors
OSWindows 10
BIOS Date20150206
Uptime0.4 Days
Run DateAug 22 '20 at 12:57
Run Duration166 Seconds
Run User AUS-User
Background CPU 34%
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 PC Performing below expectations (29th percentile)

Actual performance vs. expectations. The graphs show user score (x) vs user score frequency (y).

Processor Bench Normal Heavy Server
AMD EPYC (with IBPB)
CPU 0, 1 CPU, 6 cores, 12 threads
Base clock 3.8 GHz, turbo 3.8 GHz (avg)
Performing as expected (46th percentile)
70.6% Very good
Memory 65
1-Core 112
2-Core 211
73% 129 Pts
4-Core 409
8-Core 728
71% 568 Pts
64-Core 960
64% 960 Pts
Poor: 37%
This bench: 70.6%
Great: 89%
Graphics Card Bench 3D DX9 3D DX10 3D DX11
Nvidia GTX 1080-$540
CLim: 1987 MHz, MLim: 2502 MHz, Ram: 8GB, Driver: 452.06
Performing below potential (3rd percentile) - GPU OC Guide
89.4% Excellent
Lighting 109
Reflection 120
Parallax 101
88% 110 fps
MRender 97.3
Gravity 116
Splatting 91.4
91% 102 fps
Poor: 95%
This bench: 89.4%
Great: 115%
Drives Bench Sequential Random 4k Deep queue 4k
Red Hat VirtIO 354GB
118GB free (System drive)
Firmware: 0001
SusWrite @10s intervals: 576 375 444 385 383 379 MB/s
Relative performance n/a - insufficient samples
Red Hat VirtIO 1TB
923GB free
Firmware: 0001
SusWrite @10s intervals: 0 0 0 0 0 0.2 MB/s
Performing way below expectations (4th percentile)
30.9% Below average
Read 107
Write 110
Mixed 52
SusWrite 0
50% 67.4 MB/s
4K Read 0.5
4K Write 1.4
4K Mixed 1
158% 0.97 MB/s
Poor: 33%
This bench: 30.9%
Great: 108%
Red Hat VirtIO 2TB
725GB free
Firmware: 0001
SusWrite @10s intervals: 71 76 85 88 62 59 MB/s
Performing way below expectations (7th percentile)
46% Average
Read 86.5
Write 89.2
Mixed 82.5
SusWrite 73.6
62% 83 MB/s
4K Read 0.6
4K Write 2
4K Mixed 0.7
140% 1.1 MB/s
Poor: 46%
This bench: 46%
Great: 110%
USB Flash Disk 8GB
5GB free, PID 1000
Operating at USB 2.0 Speed
SusWrite @10s intervals: 2.5 0.1 5.6 6.3 12 14 MB/s
Performing above expectations (83rd percentile)
7.31% Terrible
Read 20
Write 23.8
Mixed 20.5
SusWrite 6.8
24% 17.8 MB/s
4K Read 0.7
4K Write 0.9
4K Mixed 1.3
77% 0.97 MB/s
Poor: 3%
This bench: 7.31%
Great: 9%
Memory Kit Bench Multi core Single core Latency
QEMU 23GB
0, 0 MHz
16384, 7616 MB
Performing below potential (32nd percentile) - ensure that a dual+ channel XMP BIOS profile is enabled: How to enable XMP
69.1% Good
MC Read 27.1
MC Write 23.3
MC Mixed 25
72% 25.1 GB/s
SC Read 16.6
SC Write 25.1
SC Mixed 20.5
59% 20.7 GB/s
Latency 114
35% 114 ns
Poor: 39%
This bench: 69.1%
Great: 135%

 System Memory Latency Ladder

L1/L2/L3 CPU cache and main memory (DIMM) access latencies in nano seconds.

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Desktop
Desktop 83%
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Workstation
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System: QEMU Standard PC (Q35 + ICH9, 2009)

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