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  1. i´d like a cpu-frequency fullout. therefor a cheap pentium 4 can be as strong as an 10900k. lots of LN2-fun for small money :D

    maybe best 5 in different nm, so you can´t only use skylakes like 6700k, 7700k, 8700k, 9700 and 10700k, but have to use for exsample a 14nm cpu, 32 nm cpu, a 45 nm cpu, a 65 nm cpu...?

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  2. On 9/29/2020 at 12:58 PM, d0minat0r said:

    Yes maybe cheap one but if you buy 10 pieces is not that cheap :D

    but way cheaper than only one 10900k/3950X :P

    i hope for some old school stuff like super pi and 3DM 01. And old school hardware like DX9 crossfire and sli... cheap but not to easy.

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  3. @mickulty: the problem is not, that i would prefer legacy pci-e hardware, the problem is, modern GPU´s make way more points so the results of legacy GPU nearly does make no difference. the relation is disproportunal. if our team had a very good 2080Ti i could run my 3850 easily @ stock to beat macsbeach98´s team (btw very nice work macsbeach98). that´s a pity to me...

    just my two cents worth...

  4. maybe it was an idea to establish leadingpoints for each day your team is in top 3, 3 leadingpoints for 1st place, 2 lp for second, 1 lp for third.

    to win the title or get a rostrum-place your team need to have at least x lp. does your team not have enough lp, it´s maximum rated 4th.

    so you can bench the whole time without any ristrictions but have to fight the whole time for a leading place to earn the needed lp.

    maybe the leadingpoints should be given for top 5 ot top 10, else a top team could fall through because most time of the cup other topteams hold the top 3 places and the best team faid to earn enough lp...

    this idea needs to be elaborated, but i think it has potential...

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  5. the problem is not the download, the problem is to use accidentally the wrong background because you forgot to change the background at midnight or you forgot to upload one result at that day/before midnight and the next day it´s no longer valid...

    i have no problem with changing the background, but not at weekend or the day before or after. bigger sessions with extreme-cooling take place at weekends and on such sessions the risk for forgetting to change the background within the benchsession is to big.

    thats no matter of sandbagging. i don´t like sandbagging, too. but it might be very annoying to do all that work and pay hundrets of euros for LN2 and stuff and then everything was for nothing because of such a nothingness.

  6. same here. we´ll do a LN2-benchsession that weekend. what if we bench on 8th in the night and uploading the result lasts till the 9th?

    what´s about a period of transition?

    or you give us the new background a few days before so we can bench and upload later... in that case it would be save to us.

  7. 2 hours ago, Ilpingu said:

    Hi, sorry but if i not misunderstanding, 1151v1(z170) and 1151v2(z270 z370 z390) 

    is considered different socket, but modded motherboard/cpu that can run across different socket and chipset is allowed ? (Example: z170 mocf m9a modded for coffee lake, or 8700k/7700k that can run on different socket)

    Sorry for bothering you, it’s just for understand all well 😅

    1151v1 is z170 and 270 (6700k, 7700k), 1151v2 is z370/390 (8700k)

    and using same board for 7700k and 8700k will imho be ok, because it´s same as AM3+: you can bench p II and FX on same platform while them belong to different sockets (AM3 and AM3+) but fits at the same boards, right?

  8. if there is an appropriate limitation you can :P

    for people who have hundrets of euros to spend to win there are the core i7 and core i5 stages ;)

    but maybe some people will compete just with the hardware they allready have :battle:

    nobody will extra buy a core i3 sandybridge or ivy bridge or haswell to participate (because it´s totally senseles), but these cpus are allowed... but who ownes one of these cpus could paricipate just for fun without paying anything ;) (if there wasn´t this f***ing gpu-limitation :P)

     

    i suppose wiLLius is such a overclocker who want to participate with his existing hardware without spending hundrets of euros...

  9. i am jealous of australia because of their bench-partys :D seems to be lots of fun and the results are allways very strong.

    germany actually tried this year to win the cup and there were ~15 - 20 overclockers very active and tried very hard, but we were not able to manage a benchparty like australia. a few overclockers met for a singel weekend to bench with LN2, but obviously that´s not enough to compete to australia and this year especially to greece.

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