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  1. Ah I had no idea about PSCheck! Sadly, I blew the gate drive on it after setting the switching frequency too high so the mobo is toast and I can't do any more scores with this setup. Also, this was mostly for fun since this mobo and CPU were the first components I ever OC'd and I was purely curious as to how they would do under LN2. So now that the mobo is dead I don't have any interest in OCing this chip anymore. Giving it to a friend.
  2. Oh I see what you mean. No, I don't believe this board had functionalities like that. Even if it did we were short on time and LN2 so we just had to do all-core for most tests, then disable all but the first module for the rest. Then just when we were finishing up the board blew a mosfet killing both the mobo and CPU so it's too late now anyhow.
  3. I've done all my LN2 scores for my CPU with Benchmate (which I can't go back and try them again vanilla as both the mobo and CPU are dead from a popped mosfet). Under the submissions there's Benchmate scores and non-Benchmate scores. Am I required to submit all my scores under the Benchmate submissions or can I just go ahead any submit them under the regular non-benchmate scores as well? Reason being I've been able to get #1 spots in both categories. And under Benchmate only scores there's only like 1 or 2 other submissions but non-Benchmate scores have like 30 submissions. So r
  4. What do you mean by different modules? If you're referring to personal binning this has always been my only FX 8350 and 970 motherboard.
  5. I accidentally wrote 480 instead of 460. Edited the post for it
  6. I'm looking at picking up a cheap GTX 460 for grabbing some top spots as there are quite a few listed on ebay. However, looking at the hardware list there's many various different versions of the 460. Including: 192 bit, 256 bit, SE, V2, X2, and M. I understand the 192-256bit difference and that M is mobile (laptop). The others I don't understand how to find out which of these versions are which on Ebay I'm seeing. Do I have to see what GPU-Z lists it as once I get the card or should I be able to tell via the part number?
  7. While we're at it I also have two Superposition scores that need to be deleted. I apologize for the bad submissions. I don't believe I have any other scores than this which aren't allowed via Ryzen. https://hwbot.org/submission/4646761_theeyeofhorus_unigine_superposition___1080p_xtreme_geforce_gtx_650_ti_693_points https://hwbot.org/submission/4646848_theeyeofhorus_unigine_superposition___8k_optimized_geforce_gtx_650_ti_173_points
  8. Ah shoot. That was my bad. Keeping track of what is and isn't allowed with an AMD CPU gets a bit confusing at times. Could you also delete the Basic score I have as well? Thanks. https://hwbot.org/submission/4646751_theeyeofhorus_unigine_heaven___basic_geforce_gtx_650_ti_2841.49_dx9_marks
  9. Ooook. So I went to quickly try and submit the bench again to screencap the error that was showing up and it worked this time. Great, probably just because I asked for help lol. The benchmark you showed in your screencaps was the benchmark I was submitting. I had tried upwards of ten times the day I did it (two days ago?). Always got the error that I had to "choose the version of GPUPi you are using" in red. All the settings just now were the exact same that they were the day I was getting the error. Oh well. Guess it's fixed now. Suppose you know it could be a future problem for someone
  10. I'm having some problems submitting GPUPi scores. First off, I can't use version 3.3.3 because as soon as I run a test it crashes (just suddenly closes). No idea why. I think this is a common problem with certain hardware? But version 3.2 works completely fine. Then if I try to submit a 3.2 score I upload the save file for either 1B or 32B under Plain GPUPi (not the GPUPi 3.3) it doesn't work. After I submit the file and then try to submit the full details page it keeps telling me I need to specify which version I'm uploading but there's no option to select this. So I can't upload my sco
  11. I know this is quite a stretch as it changes things up a lot, but please hear me out. So say I decide to look up the rankings of my 1660Ti in Time Spy. Ok, so it looks like the top ranked guy who goes by _12_ has 8619 marks. Neat. So that's what I'd have to beat if I wanted top rank of this card in that test. However, here's the kicker: At the very beginning of my search I wanted to know how my GPU and only my GPU ranks in things. Well... if we look at his marks in the test itself, his GPU-specific score is 7862. That's an entirely different metric to the combined score of 8619. A per
  12. I just successfully shunt modded my EVGA 1660Ti SC Ultra! Posting this here because it's a very uncommon mod for this GPU as of right now and I'd recommend anyone brave enough to try it themselves. Very worth it in my eyes! Please note before anyone thinks about attempting this themselves consider that I have added a few mods to help with thermals: There is liquid metal on the die which should only be done if it's a copper or nickel heatsink. Mine is copper. GP-Extreme 12W/mK thermal pads are practically everywhere and specifically added between the back of the PCB and the bac
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