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  1. 3 points
    Just ignore seasonal and care about career 😁
  2. 2 points
    here nobody cries o.k? abolish all the leagues and do just one
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    4266 12-11 cb 11.5 screen added for the Kingston, they do at least 4133 c12 Spi32m on apex xi
  5. 1 point
    Can't do that because vital utilities like Afterburner HWBot edition require the date to be set to 2015. I do agree though that crops shouldn't be allowed in general in order to aid the moderation process in other ways.
  6. 1 point
    On tRCD 7: 1066 7-7-x is good, 1100 7-7-x is excellent.
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    In my opinion, revision 3 was pretty much perfect. Here's why: - Relation between Globals and Hardware points was spot on in individual results (166 vs 50, or 3.3 to 1) and overall account contributions (166x15 vs 50x20, or 2.5 to 1). - Hardware points were handed out more reasonably. You didn't have categories like 32M on 5960X that literally noone cared about produce similar amount of hardware points as 1M on E6600 that thousands of people on hundreds of forums have fought on. Sure, you could argue that if there is an easy category that awards many points then someone will figure it out and it won't remain such for long. But, with rev3 it took more than a decade of high user activity (higher than it is now, for sure) before most 50-pointers actually got difficult. - Screw competition points. If you upload scores to a contest, your primary reward is attached prize. If you happen to earn global/hardware points along the way, treat it as a bonus, not as an expectation. - Screw pre-determined seasonality. It's almost impossible to maintain a high rank without having been active in the last 12 months. Also, you earn global points, they evaporate over time. Use them as your "carrot" to bench year after year. - Of course, revision 4,5,6,7 or whatever it was, has made the calculations less server-intensive. Similar adjustments can also be executed on rev 3 (or a point structure close to it). As someone who stopped caring about points many years ago and has no intention of coming back, I have observed that such threads are nothing more than people trying to influence the point system to their liking. Usually, such people don't stay active in this hobby for long since they get what they wanted, lose further interest and move on. I mean, how many of the rev4/5/.. advocates are still out there benching?
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    That's going to do the exact opposite of encouraging participating then, especially with the wording of your reply because it pretty much comes across as "just throw (even more of your) money at the problem with how things are coded" if the somewhat likely scenario bigblock990 mentioned happens (pushing the limits does eventually put wear on gear, and/or kill it)... And a lot of benchers aren't putting much money into acquiring new hardware because new stuff is stupidly expensive. A seasonal ranking should be just that, seasonal. It should pay absolutely no heed to what you did last year, and instead should go "do I have a sub for this THIS year? No, okay, it counts" instead of forcing you to beat your overall/career best, because now you have time-limited rankings, but you're forced to beat your previous best as well. Otherwise it's just two things being calculated that are overall, with one of them valid for an artificially limited timeframe.
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    That's not what I'm asking. In my example the 2019 150k score would count towards your career ranking. I want to know if the new lower score would count for 2020 ranking or not? Obviously if you sub 151k then it would count to both 2020 and career as it would be your new best score. To further explain, lets say you have a really nice cpu/gpu. You bench in 2019 and get the best scores you can, then it dies. So in 2020 you bench on your backup gear and can't beat your previous best. Can you still get scores that count towards 2020 season or not?
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    starting jan 1 you have 1 year....you bench 50 subs for hw points.....next january you start at 0 and you have 50 more subs to make. This will open pandoras box of sand bagging yourself, deletion of old score, just more unnecessary BS and drama. We are heading towards HWLoopholeBot But if thats what the people want then cool I wont sub in it. just tell me to shut up
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    I think people may be confused. The season being a year only. 50 HW subs will be removed from your profile every year who would want to redo all that work every year?
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    It only took every single 3D record on the 1080ti. But yeah, it's clearly worse than the other boards...
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    I got an alert that hwbot went down but as I was on a surprise weekend for my wifes birthday I could not do anything but reboot the server remotely. Unfortunately that did not solve the issue. Sorry about the downtime! Rev8 on UAT seems to work well and I no longer hear major complaints. It will go live "soon".
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    Are you sure about memory? I did 4300+ 12 11 11 on kb-x and 4000+ quad channel 12-11 easy on skl-x. Please be aware imc on skl-x is tricky, in the beggining the mem freq had to be lower to improve cbb but latest bios-es fixed this. Regarding vrm board was good for lhe on kbl-x and 1.5V+ worked fine on skl-x 18 core. I am sure you will get good results from either board be it x299 formula , Asus Apex or Evga dark, just don't make decisive conclusions before testing with your own hands.
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    Up for sale are some items that are either rejects from my casual binning, or I simply have no need for anymore. Items are located in The Netherlands. Payment IBAN banktransfer or PayPal (I expect the buyer to cover the transaction fees). #14: Taylor Wharton LD50. Asking 500 Euros. Pickup only. Capacity 50L. Only used once since purchased new. Comes with a trolley and a withdrawal device. Original cap still present. #34: Athlon 64 4000+. SOLD Does 32M at 3.1GHz 1.36V and 3.2GHz 1.46V on air. Tried it on my single stage (listed below) but it was way too cold for it. #1: Athlon 64 FX-53 Clawhammer. SOLD #2: Opteron 165. SOLD Does 32M at 3050 1.36V on air. #3. Opteron 180. SOLD Does 32M at 2700 1.46V on air and 3150 1.78V on single stage. #29: 3x Core 2 Duo E6850. SOLD 2nd, 3rd and 4th best chips (on FSB) out of 31 that I tested. This model is hard to get and hard to bin. 3815A151 does 555MHz FSB and 32M at 3.9GHz 1.53V on air. 3815A160 does 554MHz FSB and 32M at 3.9GHz 1.46V on air. 3815A216 does 558MHz FSB and 32M at 3.9GHz 1.53V on air. These chips have never seen any cold. #4. Core 2 Duo E8600. SOLD Does 32M at 4500 1.34V, LinX at 4500 1.39V and 630MHz FSB on air. Never seen any cold. #30: Core 2 Quad Q6600. SOLD Core on air: LinX at 3.6GHz 1.33V and 32M at 4.0GHz 1.44V on air. FSB on air: 4 core 512 32M, 514 suicide. 1 core 528 32M, 534 suicide. Core on single stage (-40 evap): 32M at 4.5GHz 1.54V. #35: Core 2 Extreme QX9650. SOLD Does 32M (singlecore mode) at 4.0GHz 1.21V and 4.5GHz 1.43V on air. Never seen any cold. #15: Core 2 Extreme QX9770. SOLD. Does 32M at 4000 1.27V (load, idle). #5. Core i7-920 (3849A823). SOLD Does 32M at 4500 1.37V and 232MHz BCLK on air. Does 32M at 4940 1.50V and 256MHz BCLK on single stage. #6. Core i7-920 (3849A824). SOLD Does 32M at 4500 1.34V and 223MHz BCLK on air. Does 32M at 5040 1.50V and 243MHz BCLK on single stage. #7. Core i7-920 (3910A773). SOLD Does 32M at 4500 1.42V and 224MHz BCLK on air. Never seen any cold. #12: Biostar TPower I45. SOLD FSB-wise does 585MHz (1:1) at 1.46 Vmch. Seems to be picky on RAM. Comes with IO-shield and heatpipe cooler extension. #12: ASUS P5E64 WS Evolution. SOLD Perfect optical and technical condition. Comes with IO shield and POST coder panel. IMC runs 2x2GB Hypers at 1000MHz with 1.51 Vmch. FSB-wise does 600MHz (2:3) at 1.43 Vmch and 600MHz (5:8) at 1.49 Vmch. #37: ASUS Rampage III Black Edition. SOLD The board has socket pin damage (pic1, pic2, pic3, pic4) and PCB scratches on the back side (pic). Only runs memory in dual channel (channels A + C). Otherwise works perfectly fine: did a quick test for 250MHz BCLK on air. Comes with complete bundle. Never seen any cold. #31: 256MB Corsair 3200LLPT. SOLD Passes 32M at 260 2-2-2 3.41V, 270 2-2-2 3.62V and 275 2-2-2 3.86V. #32: 2x512MB Corsair 3200C2. SOLD Passes 32M at 250 2-2-2 3.41V and 260 2-2-2 3.62V. #9: 2x512MB Crucial Ballistix Tracer 5300. SOLD Passes 32M at 535 4-4-4 2.18V and 605 5-5-5 2.08V. #36: 2x1GB Crucial Ballistix 8500. SOLD An unusual set. Has a .16FD3 part number, yet the heatsinks are characteristic to .16FD5 models. Never seen that before. Passes 32M at 540 4-4-4 2.18V and 635 5-5-5 2.08V. #10: 2x1GB Crucial Ballistix Tracer 8500. SOLD Passes 32M at 530 4-4-4 2.18V and 615 5-5-5 2.08V. One module needs more than 1.8V to POST. #11: 25x1GB of miscellaneous D9GMH. SOLD 2x1GB Corsair Dominator 6400C3. Pass 32M at 510 4-4-4 2.18V. One module needs more than 1.8V to POST. 2x1GB Crucial Ballistix 8500. Pass 32M at 610 5-5-5 2.08V. One module needs more than 1.8V to POST. 2x1GB CSX Diablo 9200. Poor clocker, intended as collector's item. 2x1GB G.Skill HK 8500 (week0813). Poor clocker, intended as collector's item. Comes with original packaging. 2x1GB G.Skill HK 8500 (week0832). Poor clocker, intended as collector's item. Comes with original packaging. 2x1GB G.Skill HZ 6400 (week0719). Poor clocker, intended as collector's item. 2x1GB G.Skill HZ 6400 (week0843). Poor clocker, intended as collector's item. Comes with original packaging. 1x1GB Kingston model unknown. Pass 32M at 500 4-4-4 2.18V along with other stick that is not part of this lot. 2x1GB Kingston HyperX 8500. Pass 32M at 525 4-4-4 2.18V. Comes in original packaging. 2x1GB Mushkin XP2 8500. Poor clocker, intended as collector's item. 4x1GB OCZ Reaper 9200. Two modules are DOA, one of them has a scratch on the heatsink. 1x1GB SuperTalent 8000. Passes 32M at 510 4-4-4 2.18V with the Team module below. 1x1GB TeamXtreem 8000. #20: 2x4GB AData XPG 2800C12. SOLD One module has a loose heatsink. Based on Hynix 4Gbit MFR, does 32M at 1500 11-14-13 1.70V. #16: 4x1GB Corsair DHX 1600C7. SOLD Version 3.1, based on Micron D9GTR. Pair 1 (serial 08150714) does 32M at 900 7-6-6 2.02V. Pair 2 (serial 08311714) does 32M at 900 7-6-6 1.96V and 1000 7-6-6 2.26V. #21: 2x4GB Corsair Dominator Platinum 2666C10. SOLD Two modules from a quad kit. Based on Samsung 2Gbit D-die, does 32M at 1400 9-12-12 1.97V. #23: 2x4GB Corsair Vengeance Pro 2933C12. SOLD Comes with no heatsinks. Based on Hynix 4Gbit MFR, does 32M at 1500 11-14-13 1.77V. #17: 3x1GB Kingston HyperX 2000C9. SOLD Based on Samsung 1Gbit D-die, also known as HCF0. #19: 1x2GB Kingston HyperX h2o 2133C9. SOLD Judging by the SN, should be based on Elpida BDBG. Does 32M at 1200 7-11-7 1.62V. #24: 2x4GB Kingston HyperX Predator 2800C12. SOLD Based on Hynix 4Gbit MFR, does 32M at 1500 11-14-13 1.78V. #25: 2x4GB Klevv Genuine 2400C11. SOLD Based on Hynix 4Gbit MFR, does 32M at 1500 11-14-13 1.80V. #18: 2x2GB OCZ Flex 2000C8. SOLD Based on Micron D9GTR, does 32M at 900 7-6-6 1.92V. #33: 2x8GB Corsair Vengeance LPX 3200C16. SOLD Does 32M at 1933 12-12-12 1.97V and 2000 12-12-12 2.08V #38: Pentium E2180. SOLD Does 473MHz FSB and 32M at 3.6GHz 1.52V on air. Never seen any cold. #39: Pentium E2180. SOLD Does 474MHz FSB and 32M at 3.6GHz 1.58V on air. Never seen any cold. #28: Core 2 Duo E6300. SOLD Does 575MHz FSB, LinX at 3.6GHz 1.37V and 32M at 3.9GHz 1.45V on air. Never seen any cold. #27: Core 2 Duo E6400. SOLD Does 585MHz FSB and 32M at 3.8GHz 1.49V on air. Never seen any cold. #40: AMD FX4300. SOLD Can reach 5.8GHz on ambient air with gravity mount, which seems not too bad looking at this. Never seen any cold. .#13: LittleDevil V2 single stage unit. No longer for sale Evap temp around -44 with no load and around -39 with a Bloomfield running 32M at 5GHz. The mount kit and the display are in relatively poor condition (yet still work perfectly). #22: 2x4GB Corsair Vengeance Pro 2933C12. SOLD One module has a loose heatsink. Based on Hynix 4Gbit MFR, does 32M at 1500 11-14-13 1.79V. #26: 2x4GB Patriot Viper 2400C10. SOLD Based on Hynix 4Gbit MFR, does 32M at 1500 11-15-14 1.77V. #41: 2x dead ASUS Rampage Extreme. SOLD Board #1: IMC does 1050 at 1.60Vmch. Is the board used for fastest 32M on 775. Has PLL mod on it. Now very picky about PSU and won't let you change Vnb voltage (thread). Board #2: IMC does 1030 at 1.62Vmch. Rebooted and set 1050 in BIOS after this run. Board never POSTed again. #42: 2x8GB G.Skill TridentZ 3200C15. SOLD A1 layout, do 32M at 1933 12-12-12 with 1.94V
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