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  1. Initial loops would be really quick but then the final few would never end.
  2. oh really? Seems a bit odd for micron to use a competitors IC instead of their own.
  3. As does the fact he's put a picture of the Ballistix in the submission
  4. Only thing I can imagine is that there might have been a dodgy voltage going through the PCI-E lane on that card which fed back to the CPU and killed the board etc. Seems really strange and quite unlucky though
  5. Just curious with the ram speed and timings etc, was 1:2 ratio not possible with that FSB?
  6. Which cooler are you using then? 90+ without any overclocking is pretty high, somethings not quite right here. Can you maybe take a picture of your rig for us?
  7. he means the score needs to be shown as "valid" on the 3dmark site, i.e. we need to follow their rules also, so no tesselation modification.
  8. To be fair, when the new OpenCL came out for GPU-Pi, we didn't remove all old scores back then or create a seperate ranking, we just accepted that it was part of the benchmark and got on with it. I also don't know how you'll go about moderating the XTU scores if you have two seperate rankings considering it's the most popular benchmark by far. Unless the submission system can detect which version has been used and therefor always put you in the right catagory by default, I see XTU being completely unmanigable thereafter.
  9. it's not an important piece of information for a memory benchmark result so I wouldn't worry about it too much
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