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  1. 4 points
    A very over complicated HWBot the past few years. Can we add points if I OC with a hat on please?
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    Hey all, first time listing on here so go easy. Selling my 3900X, achieved all the goals I wanted to with this cracker, and want it to go to someone else that will appreciate it for what it is. 5575 wprime - https://hwbot.org/submission/4318367_karta_wprime___1024m_ryzen_9_3900x_35sec_758ms 5550 R15 - https://hwbot.org/submission/4288250_karta_cinebench___r15_ryzen_9_3900x_4431_cb 5550 R11.5 - https://hwbot.org/submission/4288238_karta_cinebench___r11.5_ryzen_9_3900x_48.43_points 5725 single core, can occasionally see 5750 on one core with a perfect mount - https://hwbot.org/submission/4316105_karta_superpi___32m_ryzen_9_3900x_6min_0sec_115ms 5500 X265 1080p - https://hwbot.org/submission/4312276_karta_hwbot_x265_benchmark___1080p_ryzen_9_3900x_133.216_fps 5500 X265 4k - https://hwbot.org/submission/4318378_karta_hwbot_x265_benchmark___4k_ryzen_9_3900x_32.713_fps/ 1600FCLK/4400memory no CB possible as seen above. Not much water results, but 4400 at 1.35v bench possible. Price - $850AUD / $590USD or 530EURO ultimately open offers still, but deserves to be in an XOC hands, not relegated to life in a gamer Price includes post worldwide (expensive here), insurance around $40AUD extra Paypal - buyer covers all fees
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    Happy new year, guys! Congratulations to Australia and Italy! πŸ†
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    It's good it keeps the masses busy
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    We can be flexible man, till wednesday is fine by me to up all old scores
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    It should work if you set fclk = to mem clock , so 1600fclk to 3200mem alternatively, there is a setting in the AMD menus to fix FCLK/UCLK 1:1. I think if training isn’t correct it will reduce UCLK to aid.
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    From 08/01/2020 HWBot will invoke the below: New 2020 scores: a full size verification screen (meaning no cropping), mandatory usage of CPU-Z 1.91 or Legacy CPU-Z (or more recent). Exception: on old legacy platforms (Socket A and variants ) older CPUZ versions are still allowed. If unsure crosscheck with the moderators Submitting Backup scores: No edit of older score is allowed. The newly submitted backup score must be higher than the old score. Always mention in the comments box that it’s a backup score: e.g. β€œbackup score found on Websmile's USB dongle” In case of Resubmitting old scores and this being picked up by moderators or anyone of the community this act could result in a temporary ban or complete removal of your account.
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    "hmmm, this seems dodgy... delete old scores, re-upload same scores in new season = profit. Scores get pinged. Remove scores, maybe lose a point or two here and there overall. Got plenty of points. Tornado ensues. Hailed as whistleblower = winner." πŸ˜²πŸ™„πŸ€”πŸ€·β€β™‚οΈ
  14. 1 point
    Half way the moderating, some missing backgrounds, covered benchmark settings or missing CPUZ tabs, same stuff another year
  15. 1 point
    Good luck with your sales mate. Please do consider my pm and offer for cpus ( both 4790K and I7-7700K ), ram and board as obsolete.
  16. 1 point
    As the new 3DMarks are separated in workloads, where each test and sometimes subtest got their own executable, it's necessary to check the LOD Bias setting via NVAPI before (or during) each run inside the workload executable. You can't change it in between as far as I'm aware. As soon as the executable is loaded, the NVIDIA driver settings seem to be locked it. There might be some way with releasing and reinitializing the necessary Direct3D interfaces, but that would be a lot of work. And as soon as you can do something like that, it's a lot easier to just piggyback the settings of the workload, a plain JSON passed to the workload executable as a "locked" file. That was the only way I've found to fuck with LOD in the new 3DMarks. To say something ontopic as well: It has to be considered, that points in Port Royale are currently rather expensive. I heard that @Splave sold a testicle to compete with the YouTubers. They now call him the Lance Armstrong of overclocking, cause he's still going strong with one nut. Might be an urban legend though.
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    Because you can easily hack lod to work and get a valid result. We need more security before we add more benches.
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    Goodmorning everyone. I wanted to share this binning result of 7 CPUs. The lucky one makes 10 minutes of memtest at 780 mhz with 2.5V and -96 on the evaporator. Post at 810 but no memtest. Also ask some questions to those with more specific experience: @Gumanoid told me that his CPUs have CB at around -40 degrees. What are the numbers of your experience? ki
  19. 1 point
    Really? I've run 2.3v on a regular basis on air with richland and 2.4v with cold and no damage done
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    It just pass the POST bios. That means the CPU is not at 5.9 but at 3.3 or 3.4Ghz. During POST there is no turbo. When windows is loading the turbo applies then it crashes because the cpu is not stable at that speed. This is Sandy Bridge. I'm sorry dude, your chips are just potatoes.
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    Temperature(Room is 22˚C) Enter to OS Desktop - 40 CPU Full Speed - 55 LinX 0.6.4 Disabling AMD C&Q power saving feature do testing. 32nm APU and FX CPU are low temperature in most software. Sometimes, even lower than room temperature, like 8~16. As CPU is not thermoelectric Cooling, it should be higher than room after power on. It?s impossible numbers, so just ignore the AIDA. As EasyTune6, CPU temperature is 55 as full speed which is quite good with mid end cooler. As 32nm, the temperature performance is good. I recommend you to use MB bundle software or UEFI BIOS to check the accurate temperature. Power Consumption Enter to OS Desktop - 44W CPU Full Speed - 165W LinX 0.6.4 CPU and GPU both Full Speed - 183W OCCT Power Supply Test Even disable AMD C&Q power saving technology, it?s only 44W as OC to 4.5GHz. CPU full speed is 165W which still too high. GPU full speed only increase 18W is very good. Power consumption is weakness for AMD. Finally, it moves to 32nm, but the power consumption doesn?t decrease efficiently. GIGABYTE F2A85X-UP4 Pros 1. Black PCB with good quality. Trinity APU structure makes high end MB parity. 2. Using IR3550 PowlRstage PWM to lower MOSFET tmeperature 3. 7 SATA3 and 1 eSATA3 for better expandability 4. IO has 4 different video output ports and supports 4 USB 3.0 devices 5. Build in debug LED and 3 buttons for bare system users Cons 1. CPU full speed power consumption is too high 2. Better to have 2 PCI slots Performance β˜…β˜…β˜…β˜…β˜…β˜…β˜…β˜…β˜†β˜† 81/100 Components β˜…β˜…β˜…β˜…β˜…β˜…β˜…β˜…β˜…β˜† 86/100 Specifications β˜…β˜…β˜…β˜…β˜…β˜…β˜…β˜…β˜…β˜† 88/100 Appearance β˜…β˜…β˜…β˜…β˜…β˜…β˜…β˜…β˜†β˜† 83/100 C/P Value β˜…β˜…β˜…β˜…β˜…β˜…β˜…β˜…β˜†β˜† 82/100 As the test above, you can see the difference between FM2 Trinity APU and FM1 Llano APU. Trinity APU advantage is CPU clock can pull high and DDR3 clock is one level higher as well. Temperature and power consumption are similar as they are both 32nm. 5800K built-in 3D performance improves a lot, especially in DX11 supported games. Latest Trinity APU still focus in mid to low end market to provide more parity options. New chipset specs are better than A75 and supporting more SATA3. If you own FM1 already, you don’t really need to upgrade to FM2. If you are planning to buy a new entry PC and require 3D performance more than CPU, Trinity APU can be a good choice for you This article is also post in my blog - WIND3C, Any comments are welcome.
  22. 0 points
    not so hard with faulty MB My MSI BIG BANG killed 4 CPUs.. one really great 2600K, solid 2500K and some cheap i3s...
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