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This morning I submitted an XTU result run on my 2014 Macbook Pro Retina 15". I have submitted a number of results from this machine in the past. This morning the System declared that my submission was from an "engineering Sample" or unreleased hardware. Not sure what is going on. This machine has submitted a number of XTU results before. Could this please be looked into and resolved. Regards Brad Morris (GTBTK)
Hello, first post, but was hoping someone with much more knowledge than I could educate me a bit. I'm currently overclocking the 4790K I just received and after benchmarking using XTU I got a score of 1084-Marks. However, when looking at the posted results from other community members, I see results with a 10% increase in Marks at lower frequencies such as 4.6Ghz. Now I know that pure frequency isn't the only thing that matters, it's how you get there, but does anyone happen to know what the parameters are that allow lower clocked CPUs to score higher? System information, just in case it's needed to accurately address the question- CPU : i7-4790K @ VCORE 1.325v with VCCIN 1.850v with x49 multiplier and 100Mhz base RAM : 1600Mhz DDR3 @ 1866Mhz CL10 @1.5v Motherboard: ASRock Extreme4 (this board came out with alot of issues, but it's the latest revision with the issues "fixed" and I couldn't help but pick it up for $85 from MC) I would greatly appreciate any insight that could be provided, thank you for your time and assistance.
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.
Hello, I am trying to overclock an intel i5 4690k mainly by upping the clock speed some. I am fully blind however, and the XTU is not very usable with screenreaders. With some experimentation, I got to this point: - Managed to run a benchmark and upload my scores to HWBot - Found some profiles that, according to the site, appear to be better than my current config - Opened one of these in XTU and got a summary of the changes, I think - OK'ed the summary. - Got a dialogue asking me to either apply or discard ....something, I assume modifications. Clicked Apply. - Closed XTU and ran some tools. ASTRA32 as well as SYSSandra still appear to say my CPU is running at 3.5ghz which is the stock speed. Did I miss a step? Would someone perhaps be willing to take a quick looksie through something like Teamviewer to see if what I did actually stuck? Thanks a bunch and to the mods, sorry if this topic is in the wrong place. Feel free to move it. Zersiax