[SOLVED] Is this score on cpu-z what i should expect`?

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https://valid.x86.fr/9pz1ue <-- For cpu-z score..

It seems very low, even lower than what the Ryzen 5 3600 6-cores reference is.. Why is this? I even use ryzen master with auto oc, i tought it should do better, not worse..

Could it be because i have only 8gb ram and AMD is very ram dependent ?
 
https://valid.x86.fr/9pz1ue <-- For cpu-z score..

It seems very low, even lower than what the Ryzen 5 3600 6-cores reference is.. Why is this? I even use ryzen master with auto oc, i tought it should do better, not worse..

Could it be because i have only 8gb ram and AMD is very ram dependent ?
It looks a little low when you look at the comparison table CPU-Z provide:
https://valid.x86.fr/bench/9pz1ue/12

That might depend on other aspects of your build though, memory type and timings as well as cooling and even the motherboard used can make a difference to benchmark scores. Also CPU-Z isn't a particularly good benchmarking tool (it gives an indication but it's somewhat arbitrary). I would run your machine through a few more test to get a better idea how it performs compared to similar systems.
 
It looks like you only have one stick of RAM. Ryzen's favor bandwidth, not so much capacity. So having two sticks in dual-channel mode may help.
Ugh hadn't noticed that... yeah fully agree you really want to be running with 2 memory sticks for dual channel operation, that will double the available memory bandwidth to the cpu which can really help in memory sensitive situations.
 
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Ugh hadn't noticed that... yeah fully agree you really want to be running with 2 memory sticks for dual channel operation, that will double the available memory bandwidth to the cpu which can really help in memory sensitive situations.
yup it is the first thing i am gonna buy, one more ram stick
 

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