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Hello everyone.

I'm organizing and promoting a (really) small overclock tournament on facebook:

 

https://m.facebook.com/groups/606748646118363?view=permalink&id=995839243875966&ref=bookmarks

 

I made some rules, since it's limited to 4.6ghz for intel and 5ghz for Amd.

Also, i created 2 (two) formulas to balance as many generations as possible, including the number of cores.

Of course it's far from perfect, but it's working well so far (the tournament has been running for about 10 days).

 

Since i could not find sponsorship, there is no prize ;( but the spirit is to make the competitors seek for system optimization and tweaks.

 

[OVERCLOCK TOURNAMENT]

 

2D MASTERS

 

Hello, and welcome to the 1st Tournament Overclock 2D Masters!

This is an open overclocking competition for any processor from any generation.

The tournament will have separate rankings for Intel and AMD.

The rules for competition are the following:

 

1. Frequency limitation: 4.6ghz Intel and 5GHz processors for AMD processors, with a margin of + 10mhz limit of tolerance, ie the maximum frequency for the result to be considered valid are 4610mhz and 5010mhz for Intel to AMD. Results sent often above these values ​​will not be considered for scoring purposes and will be disregarded;

2. Place the paper official tournament wall;

3. Turn successfully each of the following benchmarks:

• HWBOT Prime

• Geekbench 3

• Superpi32m

• Cinebench r11.5

• Cinebench r15

 

4. are not allowed any software or human interference that alter the perception of speed / score of the benchmark program (hack the benchmark program), sabotaging it in order to make him believe that lapped faster.

5. Tweaks and optimizations of OS and hardware via bios or application are allowed and even encouraged, so the competitive extract as much as possible from your system;

6. After the result of the benchmark, the competitor must open the CPUZ software with mandatory 3 tabs: "CPU '', '' Mainboard '' and '' Memory ''. Optionally the competitor can also open the "SPD" tab, provided the mandatory 3 tabs are open, too;

7. The competitor should printar the result screen. The print should contain the open benchmark on the screen to their score, the mandatory tabs CPUZ and the official wallpaper of the tournament (no need to display the entire wallpaper, but at least one part to identify the official paper of the tournament) ;

8. After the print, the competitor must save it and send the saved file in this post official tournament.

PUNCTUATION

The score for ranking of the composition will be the sum of the results obtained in the benchmarks, weighted according to the equation:

 

INTEL: P = ((G * ΣR) / N) - (Gi * SP)

AMD: P = ((G * ΣR) / N) - (Gi * (SP / 2))

 

where:

P: Weighted score;

G: Multiplier processor generation;

ΣR: sum of the results obtained in the benchmarks, excluding the SuperPi (in Geekbench 3 is the sum of scores single and multi, divided by 10, in Cinebench r11.5 will be the score multiplied by 200 in Cinebench R15 will be the score multiplied by 2, and press hwbot be divided by the score 4).

Gi: Factor generation negative weighted to superpi32m.

N: number of physical processor cores;

SP: Result obtained in Superpi32m, converted to seconds.

 

The multiplier factor "G" in the formula will comply with the following criteria

INTEL:

 

• CORE 2: 1.5x

• Nehalem: 1.32x

• SANDY: 1.182x

• IVY: 1.161x

• Haswell: 1.093x

• BROADWELL: 1.042x

• Skylake: 1x

 

AMD:

• BULLDOZER: 1.202x

• piledriver: 1.136x

• Steamroller: 1.068x

• EXCAVATOR: 1x

 

NUMBER OF CORES: the benchmark result will be divided by the number of physical processor cores.

 

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1OckXhumke6aFT52Sox8TGuVrk610G4DunESnk0ycKm4/htmlview

 

AWARDS: Still got no sponsor for this tournament, but we are still evaluating the idea to fabricate custom medals for the top three finishers in each category.

 

RANKING: The competitive position in the ranking will be given by the sum of the weighted results in the benchmarks.

 

RANKING INTEL

 

1st place: 2008.39 points - Alex Silva Tersaiol

2nd place: 1771.22 points - Edson Souza

3rd place: 1767.38 points - Maykon Helver

4th place: 1742.83 points - Jaime Luiz de Souza

5th place: 1687.87 points - TheLaw Pedro

6th place: 1429.50 points - Victor Casanova Camargo

7th place: 1312.20 points - Gabriel Ledema Sales

8th place: 1137.48 points - Antonio Simiao

9th place:

10th place:

 

RANKING AMD

 

1st place: 547.33 points - Jaime (Joe90br)

2nd place: 266.18 points - Lucas Fank

3rd place:

4th place:

5th place:

6th place:

8th place:

9th place:

10th place:

 

Contestants can compete with any AMD and / or Intel processor, may compete in both categories. Competitors may rise results with different processors in the same category, but will be considered only the processor to get more points.

 

PERIOD: The tournament begins today, lasting one month, ending at 23h59m of 10/20/2016.

 

LINKS:

 

Wallpaper: Attached to this post.

CPUZ: CPU-Z | Softwares | CPUID

HWBOT Prime: http://url.hwbot.org/1ahLmxJ

Geekbench 3: Geekbench 3 - Cross-Platform Processor Benchmark - Geekbench

Superpi32m: http://url.hwbot.org/1x9EUxE

Cinebench r11.5: http://url.hwbot.org/1EPq8jT

Cinebench r15: http://url.hwbot.org/1FrlRDn

 

Good luck to all competitors! :)

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Hello everyone.

I'm organizing and promoting a (really) small overclock tournament on facebook:

 

https://m.facebook.com/groups/606748646118363?view=permalink&id=995839243875966&ref=bookmarks

 

I made some rules, since it's limited to 4.6ghz for intel and 5ghz for Amd.

Also, i created 2 (two) formulas to balance as many generations as possible, including the number of cores.

Of course it's far from perfect, but it's working well so far (the tournament has been running for about 10 days).

 

Since i could not find sponsorship, there is no prize ;( but the spirit is to make the competitors seek for system optimization and tweaks.

 

[OVERCLOCK TOURNAMENT]

 

2D MASTERS

 

Hello, and welcome to the 1st Tournament Overclock 2D Masters!

This is an open overclocking competition for any processor from any generation.

The tournament will have separate rankings for Intel and AMD.

The rules for competition are the following:

 

1. Frequency limitation: 4.6ghz Intel and 5GHz processors for AMD processors, with a margin of + 10mhz limit of tolerance, ie the maximum frequency for the result to be considered valid are 4610mhz and 5010mhz for Intel to AMD. Results sent often above these values ​​will not be considered for scoring purposes and will be disregarded;

2. Place the paper official tournament wall;

3. Turn successfully each of the following benchmarks:

• HWBOT Prime

• Geekbench 3

• Superpi32m

• Cinebench r11.5

• Cinebench r15

 

4. are not allowed any software or human interference that alter the perception of speed / score of the benchmark program (hack the benchmark program), sabotaging it in order to make him believe that lapped faster.

5. Tweaks and optimizations of OS and hardware via bios or application are allowed and even encouraged, so the competitive extract as much as possible from your system;

6. After the result of the benchmark, the competitor must open the CPUZ software with mandatory 3 tabs: "CPU '', '' Mainboard '' and '' Memory ''. Optionally the competitor can also open the "SPD" tab, provided the mandatory 3 tabs are open, too;

7. The competitor should printar the result screen. The print should contain the open benchmark on the screen to their score, the mandatory tabs CPUZ and the official wallpaper of the tournament (no need to display the entire wallpaper, but at least one part to identify the official paper of the tournament) ;

8. After the print, the competitor must save it and send the saved file in this post official tournament.

PUNCTUATION

The score for ranking of the composition will be the sum of the results obtained in the benchmarks, weighted according to the equation:

 

INTEL: P = ((G * ΣR) / N) - (Gi * SP)

AMD: P = ((G * ΣR) / N) - (Gi * (SP / 2))

 

where:

P: Weighted score;

G: Multiplier processor generation;

ΣR: sum of the results obtained in the benchmarks, excluding the SuperPi (in Geekbench 3 is the sum of scores single and multi, divided by 10, in Cinebench r11.5 will be the score multiplied by 200 in Cinebench R15 will be the score multiplied by 2, and press hwbot be divided by the score 4).

Gi: Factor generation negative weighted to superpi32m.

N: number of physical processor cores;

SP: Result obtained in Superpi32m, converted to seconds.

 

The multiplier factor "G" in the formula will comply with the following criteria

INTEL:

 

• CORE 2: 1.5x

• Nehalem: 1.32x

• SANDY: 1.182x

• IVY: 1.161x

• Haswell: 1.093x

• BROADWELL: 1.042x

• Skylake: 1x

 

AMD:

• BULLDOZER: 1.202x

• piledriver: 1.136x

• Steamroller: 1.068x

• EXCAVATOR: 1x

 

NUMBER OF CORES: the benchmark result will be divided by the number of physical processor cores.

 

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1OckXhumke6aFT52Sox8TGuVrk610G4DunESnk0ycKm4/htmlview

 

AWARDS: Still got no sponsor for this tournament, but we are still evaluating the idea to fabricate custom medals for the top three finishers in each category.

 

RANKING: The competitive position in the ranking will be given by the sum of the weighted results in the benchmarks.

 

RANKING INTEL

 

1st place: 2008.39 points - Alex Silva Tersaiol

2nd place: 1771.22 points - Edson Souza

3rd place: 1767.38 points - Maykon Helver

4th place: 1742.83 points - Jaime Luiz de Souza

5th place: 1687.87 points - TheLaw Pedro

6th place: 1429.50 points - Victor Casanova Camargo

7th place: 1312.20 points - Gabriel Ledema Sales

8th place: 1137.48 points - Antonio Simiao

9th place:

10th place:

 

RANKING AMD

 

1st place: 547.33 points - Jaime (Joe90br)

2nd place: 266.18 points - Lucas Fank

3rd place:

4th place:

5th place:

6th place:

8th place:

9th place:

10th place:

 

Contestants can compete with any AMD and / or Intel processor, may compete in both categories. Competitors may rise results with different processors in the same category, but will be considered only the processor to get more points.

 

PERIOD: The tournament begins today, lasting one month, ending at 23h59m of 10/20/2016.

 

LINKS:

 

Wallpaper: Attached to this post.

CPUZ: CPU-Z | Softwares | CPUID

HWBOT Prime: http://url.hwbot.org/1ahLmxJ

Geekbench 3: Geekbench 3 - Cross-Platform Processor Benchmark - Geekbench

Superpi32m: http://url.hwbot.org/1x9EUxE

Cinebench r11.5: http://url.hwbot.org/1EPq8jT

Cinebench r15: http://url.hwbot.org/1FrlRDn

 

Good luck to all competitors! :)

 

Good job mate.

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Are we allowed to cheat and modify the files on R11.5 to produce higher than normal scores? :D

 

(I do not condone this, it was a dig at ... well, you know!)

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Good job mate.

 

Thanks Ronaldo :)

 

Are we allowed to cheat and modify the files on R11.5 to produce higher than normal scores? :D

 

(I do not condone this, it was a dig at ... well, you know!)

 

That would be rule number 4, so no, u can not do that ;)

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