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4 hours ago, yosarianilives said:

I would like to report a bug in the configuration for the gpupi 1b single core comp limitations @Leeghoofd

Example A: https://hwbot.org/submission/3978772 

Fastest damn single core I've ever seen

Link not working, or was but not anymore ;)

This sub should not be linked in the competition, it is 8700K....

https://hwbot.org/submission/3978945

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On 11/9/2018 at 10:27 AM, bolc said:

hi all.
sorry if this has already been covered... but are sockets 1151 based on chipset 1xx 2xx and 3xx all considered to be the same and unique, for cpu stages 1 ,2 etc ?
i d think 1xx and 2xx as 1151 v1 and 3xx aa 1151 v2, but when you submit 7700k and 8700k, only the best remains. hence I suppose you adopted the POV of a unique 1151 socket ?
thanks

Bump :)

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all the stages seem to be broken in the submission rules i mean just to be non-partisan look at time spy stage for USA http://hwbot.org/search/submissions/permalink?ids=3981805,3977017,3983075,3985937,3976725  i mean i'm sure theres more messed up but surely setting up the stages correctly will reduce your guy's hard work in removing bad subs later...   

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I uploaded a Country Cup 2018 - HWBOT x265 Benchmark - 4k score using Socket AM4 / Ryzen 3 2200G but it does not show in the team contribution ranking. Bilko had an AM4 / Ryzen 7 2700X score but he has since uploaded an X399 / 2920X score, should his higher score negate his earlier (lower) score from the other socket?

Team contribution Ranking: http://hwbot.org/search/submissions/permalink?ids=3989335,3979946,3977419,3978694

My 2200G score: http://hwbot.org/submission/3989627_cbjaust_hwbot_x265_benchmark___4k_ryzen_3_2200g_4.717_fps/

Bilko's 2700X score: http://hwbot.org/submission/3987847_bilko_hwbot_x265_benchmark___4k_ryzen_7_2700x_10.774_fps

Bilko's 2920X score: http://hwbot.org/submission/3989335_bilko_hwbot_x265_benchmark___4k_ryzen_threadripper_2920x_16.328_fps

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6 minutes ago, cbjaust said:

I uploaded a Country Cup 2018 - HWBOT x265 Benchmark - 4k score using Socket AM4 / Ryzen 3 2200G but it does not show in the team contribution ranking. Bilko had an AM4 / Ryzen 7 2700X score but he has since uploaded an X399 / 2920X score, should his higher score negate his earlier (lower) score from the other socket?

Team contribution Ranking: http://hwbot.org/search/submissions/permalink?ids=3989335,3979946,3977419,3978694

My 2200G score: http://hwbot.org/submission/3989627_cbjaust_hwbot_x265_benchmark___4k_ryzen_3_2200g_4.717_fps/

Bilko's 2700X score: http://hwbot.org/submission/3987847_bilko_hwbot_x265_benchmark___4k_ryzen_7_2700x_10.774_fps

Bilko's 2920X score: http://hwbot.org/submission/3989335_bilko_hwbot_x265_benchmark___4k_ryzen_threadripper_2920x_16.328_fps

I just deleted my 2700X sub, that restored your 2200G one even though that really should happen automatically. 👍

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11 hours ago, Dead Things said:

Looks like I'm missing something. Admittedly, I haven't been keeping up with HWBOT rules very well lately. Anybody know what I'm doing wrong here?
 

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http://hwbot.org/submission/3990096_

 

Thx!

I think that has something to do with the scoring on a per core basis... did you use the submit score button from the competition page or the regular submit score button? I have found the same problem when using the regular button for certain competion scores... (can't remember which exactly)

Should work:

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Doesn't work for some comp benches:

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Hmm,  why is GPU-Z sensors tab required for CC? Cooling methods are unlimited as far as I know, so not because of temps... this is not LCC, so no clock limit either. Most people (me included) open the GPU-Z after the run is finished... so there is nothing to see besides idle status of the GPU. :)

I don't mind putting extra window on the screenshot, just don't see the point as it shows no relevant info.

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2 minutes ago, havli said:

Hmm,  why is GPU-Z sensors tab required for CC? Cooling methods are unlimited as far as I know, so not because of temps... this is not LCC, so no clock limit either. Most people (me included) open the GPU-Z after the run is finished... so there is nothing to see besides idle status of the GPU. :)

I don't mind putting extra window on the screenshot, just don't see the point as it shows no relevant info.

Run the render test and it will show the boost clocks.

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Yes, but most likely different clocks than you actualy have when running 3DMark. Also the rules say just "A verification screenshot is required, including motherboard and GPU sensor tabs ". I take it as - sensors must be present on the screenshot but doesn't matter when you run it and what it shows.

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