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Ryzen Points Disabled Submissions Still Affect The Ranks

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So beyond the obvious the ryzen results are flowing in and disable points check box is not working for some people.

Beyond this fact, submissions that have points disabled are still affecting the rankings. Every result that is below the submission itself is getting points for one rank less. Pretty sure its not supposed to work this way or am I wrong? If it is the way its supposed to work you may as well just give the subs points because they are impacting the current rankings.

(yes im an intel shill blah blah just want to clear up the rules thx)

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Posted (edited)

I think it's always worked like that?

Edit: not the disable box not working ofc. I had some issue with that when I disabled all my XTU and maxxmem scores about 6 months back.

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So do I need to post timer drift world records in each category for some action to be taken or?

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Posted (edited)

I believe that's intended behaviour, could argue that submissions that don't follow the rules shouldn't be there at all?

But yeah at the moment it doesn't really work.

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Can confirm the disabled points didn't work, I try to edit 3 times with tickbox still the same, it showed 'no points' in the submission but when cheking rankings globally it's shown still given points.

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Posted (edited)

I edited many subs to not go for points, but indeed the GL points seem to stay in the ranking... another bug to report...

 

Anyone tested the new AMD to see if RTC bug is still possible ?

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8 minutes ago, Leeghoofd said:

anyone tested the new AMD to see if RTC bug is still possible ?

I can hold on to this system for another 2 days, what should I check?

(btw BCLK clocking on this platform looks broken, 101Mhz and I sometimes can't enter OS hahah)

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can you drop in windows so boot in at 100, open benchmark CB eg, drop to 95 and run it,  is it comparable score ?

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Posted (edited)
48 minutes ago, Lucky_n00b said:

I can hold on to this system for another 2 days, what should I chec

(btw BCLK clocking on this platform looks broken, 101Mhz and I sometimes can't enter OS hahall

 

1 hour ago, Lucky_n00b said:

Can confirm the disabled points didn't work, I try to edit 3 times with tickbox still the same, it showed 'no points' in the submission but when cheking rankings globally it's shown still given points.

I know that you tried thankyou.

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How to fix this to the future? I think, time chceker is fine as proof, or not?

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Reviews and first benchmark results show base clocks from 99.8 to 102.4 (screen below, from the Computerbase review - doubt they changed much in BIOS). So I guess it highly depends on board and BIOS, as always.

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Would also make sense to up it to get a little bit more boost for the infinity fabric, am I right? Otherwise it seems to be always 33 MHz steps.

Well, we'll see.

@flanker, what would that proof? That the timer has not been skewed at some point but nobody knows exactly when and if that was during the benchmark run?

BenchMate 0.8 will come out tomorrow. We should find out what we need to make things right and add them. Tests will tell. :)

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