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Everything posted by marco.is.not.80

  1. Trying to run Geekbench 4 through Benchmate 0.93 and after it is done with benchmark it offers no options for validation? 10900k. Any ideas?
  2. First off, suggesting that anyone uses a bot and contribute to the issue of scalping is unethical and disgusting. Even worse would be to actually go and purchase one from a scalper because then this competition simply becomes "pay to win" not to mention helping these scumbags make money. Even if you happened to get a retail version in a store somewhere in Switzerland that's great for you - that's not a story replicated in many other countries I can tell you that I'd like to see you go to the same store and pick up another one. You and I both know they've been out of stock ever since.
  3. KeepH8N: I'm specifically talking about the Challenger Division comp - I'm not sure where my post goes when I use the comment section inside the comp portal but if it ended up in the country cup forum apologies. I would just say that EVEN if by chance the 3090 was available when round 3 started for most of us those things are nothing more than vaporware and it would be sad to see it allowed when they are not available for purchase anywhere. That's my opinion. I can afford one but I certainly can't get one.
  4. Are we allowed to disable cores for this and if so how does one submit it? If I disable half my cores on 10900k my score is much better when divided by 5 rather than with all cores turned on and divided by 10. Am I making sense? EDIT: I'm specifically talking about the Geekbench 4 bechmark.
  5. just a heads up so you aren't like "WTF" when it gets cut from the competition but hwinfo needs to show the clock speed of all cores rather than the vid. Thought I'd say something since you got such a great score and would hate to see it not stick.
  6. Like someone already said you need to get that system agent voltage way down. You're killing your CPU. Also, your core voltage - 1.570 - don't know what kind of cooling you have but the only thing that would support 24/7 voltages at that level would be if you had a big ass water cooler instead of a radiator and even then - it better be an industrial size with a pump to match.
  7. I don''t know if anyone else has experienced this but with mode 1 I move the IO Latency offset down (ie. 21 to 20 to 19 to 18, etc.) and with mode 2 I move the IO Latency offset up (ie. 21 to 22 to 23 to 24, etc.) both with the purpose of getting IO latency and RTLs to train tighter.
  8. This is where I found it and believe it is the original place of origin:
  9. With BIOS 0088 and txp 4, ppd 0 and tcke 0 I get an amazing 39.4 ms latency score. Before someone says that sucks please realize I'm getting this with dual ranked 2x16Gb DIMMs. See below: These are 24/7 memtested settings and even with a fairly high CL of 16 and CR of 2T I still manage to get 39.4 - sweet. Thanks Sparky and Asus team!
  10. You mean those settings were added to the BIOS? That's awesome - I was having to change them in MemTweakIt so this is awesome news. I know most here already know but in case you don't those two settings will get you a great bump in lower latency in AIDA64.
  11. I understand that you are saying that with the absence of VccIn on the 10900k whatever Intel is telling us makes no sense and that only some Intel engineer hidden in Portland somewhere knows the answer. How is that? Thank god for video games!
  12. Thank you both for taking the time to answer my questions regarding the vrm2.exe tool and my amperage inquiry. Falkentyne, you say "So no I can't answer this" but in reality you may not be able to say exactly what the maximum is but certainly we can deduce that as one is approaching 200 amps it might be best to consider not going much further 😉 Is that fair?
  13. OC Family, I just got my Apex XII and a 10900k (can't believe I found both in stock at the same place at the same time - thumbs up for www.neweggbusiness.com) and have a few questions. 1) Can someone explain to me what exactly the legacy memory mode is all about and do I need to worry about it if I'm just running the stock latest BIOS from the Asus support site? Also, all this talk about A2 only - is this just in regards to the high clock/low latency settings (like 4800 14-13-13 or whatever)? 2) The VRM tool listed in the first post - It works how? I just make a task scheduler event and run it at login!??! What does it do exactly? What should I be looking for when monitoring the changes it makes? 3) I was pulling 190 amps according to hwinfo by doing an overclock of 52 on all cores/0 avx/50 uncore - just how many amps do you think is safe with something like chilled water setup? 4) I can't believe how cool the 10900k runs. Not a question - just a comment. Some of the reviews I've read make me wonder if they even actually used it. Any insights would be appreciated. Thanks, love reading and learning from you all. Marco
  14. Think I'm starting to get a feel for this architecture - but I think I'm compensating with too much core voltage because in my noobness I should be pushing somewhere else.
  15. Thanks - the wallpapers are a lot of fun and appreciate your contribution, DaQuteness 🙂
  16. That worked Ksat 🙂 Thank you. On the other hand I submitted to the wrong category and just beat Dancop for the world record in Cinebench 11.5... See my other thread 😉
  17. Let me try again and see if that works for me, thanks Ksateaaa...
  18. Not sure if my account is bugged or not but I'm not getting points for this season from any of the events but I'm aware that is a known issue. My issue is none of my non-event oriented benchmarks are getting my season stats going. What do I need to do?
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