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OK.I have tried to enter twice and have been denied. Apparently the very same software that is required by you to make sure no one is cheating, (what I've learned in the years here is most are far more concerned with calling people cheats than anything else).you don't trust when it says that I'm only using 6 TRUE cores. The rule said "Use 6 processor core(s) in total." If you shut off 4 cores in bios and shut off hyperthreading, which is doubling your core count virtually, then you are only using 6 cores. I suppose choking half the life out of your Core I 9 10900K is cheating , but throwing a $4000 video card at it is not. I just wanted to make the point that by all technical definition's, so far as I understand them, 6 cores is 6 cores and for this benchmark run, My 10900K was strictly a 6 core CPU restricted to 4800Mhz. If I were going to waste my time "CHEATING", I'd be at a casino. It don't matter, my machine is not performing well anyhow.