Jump to content
HWBOT Community Forums

Mr. Fox

Members
  • Posts

    76
  • Joined

  • Last visited

  • Days Won

    1

Mr. Fox last won the day on November 15 2019

Mr. Fox had the most liked content!

1 Follower

Converted

  • Location
    United States

Converted

  • Interests
    Overclocking

Converted

  • Occupation
    Classified: Not Disclosed

Converted

  • realname
    Mr. Fox

Recent Profile Visitors

607 profile views

Mr. Fox's Achievements

Newbie

Newbie (1/14)

  • Reacting Well Rare
  • First Post Rare
  • Collaborator Rare
  • Week One Done Rare
  • One Month Later Rare

Recent Badges

22

Reputation

  1. I have been able to boot and run Windows 7 just fine on all BIOS versions, including 3901 Beta. Perhaps forgot to disable Secure Boot and delete the keys?
  2. Hello, and thank you for providing this mod. Can you comment about what is different about it compared to a stock Asus BIOS? I flashed it and it seems to be working fine, but nothing I have noticed so far appears to be different in the menu options. Perhaps I have not dug deep enough to see any differences in the menu options. Or, is it a stock BIOS with a different AGESA version? Thanks and have a nice weekend.
  3. Sorry, I had a difficult time locating your question after receiving an email that you had asked about what cooling. The link in the email leads to a dead web page with the 404 error, so I did not know how to find it. Because the submission was made with Benchmate it doesn't have all of the blanks filled in like a manual submission would. I use chilled water for benching. I also run bare die.
  4. I'd be glad to see nothing ever change with pre-existing benchmarks and rules. When rules stay the same you can get an apple-to-apples comparison generation after generation. If we're going to change stuff, let's change it all back the way it used to be. No seasons, no sliding scales, points is points, is points, the highest score wins. I see and like the thought behind requiring all cores and HT be enabled. That is a better way and ideally it would have been like that from the start. I don't use my computers with cores disabled or HT disabled. I bench my systems the way I use them. I think it is totally appropriate for hardware that can't overclock well with all cores and HT enabled to not have any opportunity to place well on a leaderboard. There shouldn't be a way for it to place well against hardware that does. But, in spite of that I'd say leave it the way it has always been. Enough things have already been screwed up by change for the sake of change. And, there should be no rewards for the act of participation. Reward only results, not effort or participation.
  5. Actually, the latest Catzilla update is not very glitchy at all. It runs great. On top of that it is entertaining, so there is a plus. It actually pulls more watts from my 3090 Kingpin GPU than any other 3D benchmark. It used to be as buggy as hell, so I know why you are saying that. Truth be told, the garbage UL/Futuremark is putting out is about a buggy as anything. There is constantly something goofed up with their junk DLC in the 3DMark suite. VR Mark has never been updated and most of the time it completes successfully with no score, exits to the desktop with no useful information whatsoever about the error, or something else. https://youtu.be/69Lx6zLztHs
  6. Can anyone provide a link to Wahaha?
  7. The competition needs to be "without Benchmate" until the free version of Benchmate has is included. People shouldn't have to make donations in order to participate in benching.
  8. Thank you, sir. Going to give it a run on my new Z490 Dark K|INGP|N mobo.
  9. I haven't been able to find any 16GB x 2 kits in 4400+, so I will just stick with the excellent 8GB x 2 sticks I have now. There is so little water in most closed loops systems I think it heats up and normalizes fast as well. My system holds nearly a gallon and I have two 270mm reservoirs, three D5 pumps and a MO-RA 360 (360x360) radiator with 18 fans. It would eventually heat up when I was running the 7980XE with 5.2GHz all day, but it took a very long time. So far with the little 10900KF CPU I haven't really seen an increase in the water temperature, even after running it all day. It seems to stay close to the same temperature as when the system is turned off overnight. I should buy an in-line water temperature sensor to confirm that, but I am going off of what I see for idle temps in HWiNFO64. I'm guessing that is as good a measurement as any. Idle temps when I turn it on after sitting overnight are the same as idle temps after using the system for 8 to 10 hours.
  10. The chiller cools this 10900KF like nobody's business. But, I don't actually need it except when I am pushing the CPU to the edge. Even running Cinebench R20 at 5.3GHz and no AVX offset and more than 1.500V the core max is around 75°C. But, I also have an exceptional cooling system without counting the chiller, so I doubt the temps would be even close to what they are if I were using a common 240/360 AIO like many people are using.
  11. Mine is 63 Edit: Seems that 63 is the norm. Yours being slightly better that the run-of-the-mill 10900K/KF.
×
×
  • Create New...