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I twice run the HWbot wPrime v1.55 on the 1024M test with same results: wPrime is telling me, that I cheating. What the hell...? I just use overclocked Pentium 90 to 125MHz and that it is. The machine is stable, it did SuperPi 32M anyway: http://hwbot.org/submission/2971047_ ...and I did not run any software over standard WinXP. In fact, I did not even touch the machine. And the computing time is not that great, after all. 15,75hours aren't anywhere near fast to get to the 94% So, what could I do to produce P90 @ 125MHz wPrime score?
I noticed the big discussion about handpicking ES samples, I don't want to discuss that. I want to discuss something completely different. I am talking about using servers with over 20 cpu's for Wprime. I think this isn't fair, because, let's be real, there isn't one of us that can afford such a server. The current Wprime world records are with a server with 32 cpu's and they aren't even overclocked. Let's quote the rules on this: Hardware sharing "This in a delicate subject as we have to trust on the honesty of those participating at the HWbot that they are indeed using their own hardwar
Hi. So i'm benching my 5000+ Brisbane, and got thus far on same settings: 5th place Pifast - 36.30 sec (1st 35.11 sec) 10th place on SuperPI 1M - 25.95 sec (24.41 sec) 45th place on Wprime 32M - 47sec 720ms (1st place - 22sec 250ms) Anyone find that a little odd? First 2 results makes sense, but the Wprime is so ridiculesly out of charts I have no idea what to think. Either I'm the dumbest OC'er in here, or there has been some hefty moderations to that 1st place wprime system. It has CPU clocked 123 MHz lower than mine, and still get a score 25,47 seconds lower than mine. That