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No hes being sarcastic becuase xtu is never truly "fixed".

 

Well that's not fair, XTU was never meant to be a "serious" benchmark. It is intended to persuade gamers to pay up for K sku processors and ultimatly get them on X platform.

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Are you saying 6.2.0.19 fixed BM scores ?

 

Just got an email with a comparison and it seems so.

 

Can anyone verify it? I just tore down our X99 test system :(

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Just got an email with a comparison and it seems so.

 

Can anyone verify it? I just tore down our X99 test system :(

 

Just tried "XTU Cheat" that has previously worked, system

Asus Impact VI

Pentium AE G3258

Windows 8.1 64bit

Was not able to produce bugged run with p95-bench.exe at realtime and perftune.exe at low/idle.

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Just tried "XTU Cheat" that has previously worked, system

Asus Impact VI

Pentium AE G3258

Windows 8.1 64bit

Was not able to produce bugged run with p95-bench.exe at realtime and perftune.exe at low/idle.

Thanks so you have to set each with different priorities, I have tested with p95-bench.exe raised but i always got same scores on my system.

 

I am just curious as I do QA for Processlasso, thanks.

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Thanks so you have to set each with different priorities, I have tested with p95-bench.exe raised but i always got same scores on my system.

 

I am just curious as I do QA for Processlasso, thanks.

 

That's how it always worked for me, just making p95-bench.exe realtime not enough

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When is XTU going to track min/idle cpu temp to rule out these fake "enthusiast" scores. Something that tracks temp from the start of the bench to say 10-15 seconds after.

 

Please add this to the agenda.

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When is XTU going to track min/idle cpu temp to rule out these fake "enthusiast" scores. Something that tracks temp from the start of the bench to say 10-15 seconds after.

 

Please add this to the agenda.

 

It's a good idea to log/record the minimum CPU temperature during bench to make cooling verification easier for cooling-limited competition, I support this.

 

Beside detection during the bench, the minimum temperature tracking should also be verified at these points:

- at least 1-2 second before benchmark start, and

- at least 3-5 second after benchmark finishes.

 

Combined with max temperature, this minimum temp variable will make it easier to verify of the cooling mechanism :)

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I allready "noticed" the new version. I saw some scores that had at least 5x the normal score at stock then the best score at ln2.

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