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Hello HWBOT Community! Have anyone of You encountered a problem with single socket vs dual socket submissions? I did. I'm a Xeon overclocker and thus I'm submitting single and dual socket benchmark scores. But only one of them can count. Only one of those two can be given points and only one of them will be shown on the table of the CPU under the amount of the sockets with which I had a better score. Examples: E5-2690 frequency Dual Socket: ADVenturePO`s CPU Frequency score: 3951.46 mhz with a Xeon E5 2690 Single socket: Christian Ney`s CPU Frequency score: 3799.9 mhz with a Xeon E5 2690 But I did upload better Single Socket score: ADVenturePO`s CPU Frequency score: 3815.65 mhz with a Xeon E5 2690 It doesn't counts. The Single socket 3799MHz for Christian is still in the Single Socket Page for this CPU. Despite in fact it's not the best score. Example no 2 2x E5-2696 v4 PiFast My Single socket result: ADVenturePO`s PiFast score: 17sec 850ms with a Xeon E5 2696 v4 Dual Socket result goes for H20 vs LN2: H2o vs. Ln2`s PiFast score: 20sec 500ms with a Xeon E5 2696 v4 But I have uploaded Dual socket score: 18s 280ms http://hwbot.org/submission/3397588_ There is more of it od course. I do find it as a problem because: 1. I'm not getting scores when I should. 2. The results on CPU pages aren't real - 10% faster result is a difference of a processor family. 3. Regulating single socket and dual socket isn't the same. How can we change it? Who should I turn to? Help me please. Peter (ADVenturePO)
Alright, guys! Here's Unreal's latest engine, Unreal Engine 4 running on my triple-monitor setup. This is a next-gen engine that runs on a wide range of platforms including consoles, glorious PCs, mobile platforms, and even web browsers! Check it out and let us know what you think.