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  1. For sale (no time to spend with them): - [Asus Maxmius IX Apex coffeelake mod + black LET *one missed socket pin] + [2x8gb ddr4 (G.SKILL TridentZ RGB 4266 19-19-19)] : 300 euros - 2X HD5870 VAPOR-X with AQUAGRATIX WB 40 euros each - 2x 7970 Lightning + EK wb fullcover (air cooler included) 100 euros each - i5 7640X 5,0/4,5 1,15v cb r15 150 euros sold - Asus Maximus XI Gene, with box and accessories, working, no serious oc test. A GND pin of USB3.1 is missed SOLD - EK 7970 Lightning wb fullcover (vga included, but not working = artifacts) sold - i3 7350
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  2. What versions of Superposition are allowed? I see release candidates are still being used. If they are allowed, could someone please share a link to this, I can't find it anywhere... To me it seems like RC5 scores way higher than official versions. Or maybe it's a tweak, but I would like test it out. And btw, unigine have leaderboards like for 3DMark. Why not require valid link for superposition as we do for 3dmarks? Maybe require (invalid) link for 06 also?
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  3. Hi, take a look at the EVGA dark z390 board. Today I succeed to install XP SP3 there with USB, Lan, Graphik.. with newest, XP unfriendly Bios 107 from September 2019 Dietmar https://www.win-raid.com/t4035f45-Windows-XP-Bit-and-Server-Bit-on-Modern-Hardware-210.html#msg94592
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  4. I don't know about paid version but it would be strange if they require paid to go on leaderboard. If you check detailed info there is both benchmark version and GPU clocks reported: https://benchmark.unigine.com/results/rid_c0b2ae852e144689abd537d714eb5033 Edit: it seems that paid version is required for leaderboard afterall... https://benchmark.unigine.com/superposition#editions
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