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  1. MrGenius

    Bug fix please!

    This is so annoying... Somebody commented in my profile wall recently. And lately it's been doing this stupid hang up "Failed to reload comments" BS all the time. Some days it doesn't do it all day long(it just skips past it and doesn't even show the comment at all). But it's done this crap non-stop for the last 2 days now. I like to be able to go through my submission history when I need to. Now I'm unable to go back further than February 18 2019 because of the stupid thing shown above. NO...REFRESHING THE PAGE DOES NOT FIX IT AND IS A TOTAL WASTE OF TIME!!! DO NOT ASK ME TO TRY THAT!!! I'M NOT A RETARD!!! Can someone instead please fix this bug? Or delete that comment from my wall for me? Either one would be great. Thanks!
  2. @ObscureParadox thanks for showing me that. I never looked there before. Good to know. But not exactly what I'm talking about either. @Don_Dan I think get what you're saying. And it does make sense...to a limited extent. And maybe that is how it's supposed to be. This is what I still don't get though. How/why is it that there are rankings for say a 3570 and a 3570K. And I can have scores in the rankings for both. When they are almost exactly the same processor. But there's still a distinction that's being made there. Even though they're as close to the same thing as you can possibly get. But I can only be ranked for the product type of DDR3 that I have the highest scores with? Whether it's Crucial Ballistix Sport VLP DDR3-1600 or Teamgroup Xtreme LV DDR3-2666...it's all the same? Even though there's rankings for both? WTF? And like I'm saying...they're actually not really any more, or less, the same than a 3570 and a 3570K even. But I can't have the highest Crucial Ballistix Sport scores...because my Teamgroup Xtreme LV scores are higher? Seriously? What's the point of that? It's like saying I can't have the highest 3570 scores...because my 3570K scores are higher. But in that case...I CAN HAVE BOTH! What? I give up... Bottom line: I guess I get it. But I don't get it. But if that's the way it is...whatever. Moving on... EDIT: Just realized another idiosyncrasy. Motherboard reference frequency scores apply to all motherboards. Which, by the same line of reasoning, would mean I can't have motherboard reference frequency scores in the rankings of different motherboards. Only my highest reference frequency score should be ranked in the reference frequency scores for that particular motherboard. But that's not how it is. As I do have reference frequency scores in the rankings for multiple different motherboards. But all motherboards are the same right? Just like all DDR3 is the same? No...I don't think so. That's stupid as all hell. Even stupider in fact.
  3. On the first thing you're saying, I'm well aware of that. That's not what I'm talking about. On the second thing...already been there. I provided the link to it in my first post(but here it is again if you missed it https://hwbot.org/hardware/memoryproduct/ballistix_sport/). That's how I know what I'm talking about here. My scores are not there, when they should be. Maybe that's not a "bug"(I still say it is for the record). But it's still wrong, no matter what you call it. It's also wrong that there are Crucial Ballistix Sport DDR4 scores in the same rankings as Crucial Ballistix Sport DDR3 scores. They are not even close to the same thing. On the final thing...thanks. Now I know how to get that done at least.
  4. I'm not sure if this is the correct place to post this. It's seems like a bug to me. Anyway. I've submitted several scores for a kit of Crucial Ballistix Sport DDR3 that I just got a couple days ago. None of the scores are being listed in the Crucial Ballistix Sport rankings. I've never had this problem with any other hardware. What gives? The scores in question: https://hwbot.org/submission/4106699 https://hwbot.org/submission/4106706 https://hwbot.org/submission/4107162 https://hwbot.org/submission/4107159 As you can see, those are very high scores for that particular hardware. I'd like them to be acknowledged as such. That's all. Side note: Since it sort of relates. How does hardware get added to the rankings? I've got a shit ton of memory, HDDs/SSDs, and motherboards from various manufacturers that there aren't even any rankings for. Shouldn't that be an easy thing to fix? And/or why is it not? And/or why are the hardware rankings limited to so few brands/products? As I'm sure there's VASTLY more hardware in the world than there's rankings for on HWBOT. At least half of the hardware I currently own doesn't exist according to HWBOT. W T F over? A prime example being these Crucial Ballistix Sport sticks I'm trying to submit scores for. They're actually Crucial Ballistix Sport VLP DDR3. Which are not the same as the "standard" Crucial Ballistix Sport DDR3. Notably they're low voltage modules(DDR3L). Maybe that's not a big enough difference to matter...to most folks. It is to me though. But whatever. I just want my scores listed correctly(or as close to it as possible).
  5. Vcore for the SC2643VXTS PWM controller is GNDSEN(Pin 6) to ground. Because GNDSEN(Pin 6) is grounded you have to solder directly to the pin(or try your luck with another ground point). I'm pretty sure FB(Pin 7) is Vdroop. But I haven't messed with it yet. Despite the horrible Vdroop on this board. I might get around to it eventually. Anyway, I googled the Vcore mod for this board first, and all I came up with was a guy saying he did FB to ground and it didn't work for Vcore. No mention of it working for Vdroop or not. But the schematic seems to point to it as a likely candidate. Either that or OUTSEN(Pin 23). I don't know...you tell me. I might also toy around with the Vdimm eventually too. If so I'll add it here later.
  6. Attached what? Where? Anywho...just restart your PC. Finally figured out on my own that's how you fix it. What causes it is running MM, then closing it, and then running it again. Sticks on 150.0ns every time. Until you reboot. Once again the reboot fixes what's "broke". Has nothing to do with which version of MM. So yeah...thanks for nothing. And...you're welcome!
  7. Where did all my points go? Or do I have to read through this entire thread to find out? #1 on my team...by a long shot...to #10. 360ish hard earned points GONE! W T F over? 😡
  8. Ok. I'll delete it and submit it as an RX Vega 64 score. Thanks for your replies. 🙂
  9. So...I'm able to flash a Vega Frontier Edition 8GB BIOS on my RX Vega 64 reference card. Which works and allows me to use the Radeon Pro drivers. Which lets me score like 4x higher in the SPECviewperf 12 Creo Subtest 11, than when running an RX Vega 64 BIOS and using the Radeon Gaming drivers. Is my score legit? Yes/no? Why/why not? If it is legit, am I supposed to submit it as a Vega Frontier Edition score, or an RX Vega 64 score? I've read the rules and I really don't understand how to interpret them. What exactly is "emulating" another model? Is it exactly what I've done? Is it that as long as it's just for more cores/shaders, higher power limits, tighter memory timings, and such it's fine to use a different(or modded) BIOS? But it's not fine for other purposes(like to be able to use different drivers)? Where's the line being drawn exactly? And again...why? I don't get it. At all. Please explain. Thanks!
  10. I just found a patch that fixes the "3DMark2001 SE was not able to detect 128MB of memory" problem and automatically sets the CPU affinity to 1. Making running this app quite a bit easier on modern systems. Here's a link to the post on VOGONS.org where I found it: http://www.vogons.org/viewtopic.php?f=8&t=33579&start=20#p411805 Here's the download link to the install.bat: http://www.vogons.org/download/file.php?id=17360 Here's the link to the uninstaller for the patch(if you have problems uninstalling "3DM2001SE Compatibility Fix" with Control Panel > Programs > Programs and Features): http://www.vogons.org/download/file.php?id=17928 I've tested the patch and the uninstaller and both worked perfectly. Enjoy!
  11. Ok...I figured out what the problem is. Disabling System Info DOES NOT fix it. The problem is with the size of the verification file being too big. The way you make sure it isn't too big is by NOT ADJUSTING THE SCREENSHOT QUALITY TOO HIGH...UNLESS YOU ARE GOING TO SAVE IT AS A JPG. IF YOU ARE SAVING IT AS A PNG YOU NEED TO HAVE THE QUALITY SET AT LEAST 2 DOTS BELOW HIGHEST. Having the screenshot quality set too high while saving it as a PNG causes the verification file to be too big. If you save it as a JPG you can max out the screenshot quality setting. Again...having System Info enabled does not cause a problem. For proof see the verification screenshot of my score saved as a PNG(@ 2 dots below max quality) with System Info enabled. ashttp://hwbot.org/submission/3613535_mrgenius_aquamark_radeon_r9_280x_366793_marks
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