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  1. This is not even zen and there's already so much improvement in IPC. AMD is evolving
  2. Recently I started doing frequency validations with the extreme overclocking mode turned on in cpu-z. about 1 month. Non of the frequency validations are validated, they're "unchecked" How long does it take for them to be validated and is it ok to use unchecked validations on hwbot?
  3. Right now I'm running my dominator GT v7.1 sticks at 1.92v (bios set voltage) on air. Is this too much, or can they handle high voltages very well? I don't want to damage them.
  4. Yes, XP and above are supported by the current version of cpu-z
  5. As a quick to program, temporary fix until a proper fix is released, xtu devs should make xtu compare core frequency with max achieved frequency
  6. This might be worth looking into to see if theres something out of ordinary in the submission. You can just about see cheat engine on his desktop, not sure if cheat engine can affect 3dm11 scores though. http://hwbot.org/submission/3092006_sandalo_3dmark11___performance_geforce_gtx_980_ti_28083_marks http://i.imgur.com/8Xrzc8p.png
  7. Fix xtu, disable points for old subs, and restart with lower points
  8. nvm, i just noticed that the submission has automatically been added to div vi
  9. For some reason, i don't have the box on the right side of the submission that lets me add my hwbot prime sub to DIV IV, can a moderator manually add my submission linked below to DIV VI http://hwbot.org/submission/3127891_
  10. Please fix HWBOT giving out too many points for XTU submissions! Even the crappiest cpu on stock cooler gets more HW points in xtu than a decent cpu running superpi 32m on LN2. Even stock laptops can get over 20 hwpoints in xtu which is worrying . The current algorithm depends too much on how many people have submitted a result for a particular benchmark. Fixing this problem would solve 2 major issues; 1) 3D benchers complaining that 2D benchers are getting way too much points. 2) 2D benchers complaining that way too much points are given out for the XTU submissions. This is a big issue for benchers like me who mostly bench legacy hardware (such as LGA775) due to budget restrictions, and it might put off some rookies who would like to bench frequently but are on budget restrictions so they cant afford to regularly buy LGA1155 and newer cpus. Also, this puts people off from doing benchmarks other than XTU as they might think its not worth it points wise, which is sad because XTU doesn't really have any tweaks unlike other 2d benchmarks like superpi.
  11. 6 cores lol, did you superglue a Pentium die on top of your 2500k?
  12. They need to fix the validator before the submissions become invalid! I've spent ages trying to get a really good sub with the e5200 and a lot of effort went into it but i cant submit!
  13. I have ran into the same issue today.
  14. TX_OC

    Ghetto style :D

    you invented something new never seen that done before with ln2
  15. TX_OC

    Ghetto style :D

    Youre the man you maxxed out the ghetto meter! On a side note, I once made a cpu pot out of cardboard and blue tack.
  16. TX_OC

    Ghetto style :D

  17. my wprime 1024m scores are not very efficient with ~570mb of available ram. How much ram should i allocate for running 1024m?
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