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Holy crap, just did a quick click-through of some scores in that stage, and if not covering the picture is still a rule, it looks like most of those scores will have to be moderated, including *all* of the current first place team's. Yikes!

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The Problem ist, then you must have a 40 inch Display. And when you make the Score over Benchmate you cant switch something.

 

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4 hours ago, Dead Things said:

Holy crap, just did a quick click-through of some scores in that stage, and if not covering the picture is still a rule, it looks like most of those scores will have to be moderated, including *all* of the current first place team's. Yikes!

Well, technically there is no rules page for the benchmark. :P So only the "General Rules - Section 2.1 General Verification Rules" should be applied (as well as the specific competition rules).

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ive said for years now a " proper rules page " should be implemented for the comp, or any other comp, before the comp starts so all knows what is allowed and isnt , but seems it falls on deaf ears, now all these subs have to be gone through and most probable some will be deleted, seems to me for both parties, mods and the benchers just a pure waste of time...sigh !!!!

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20 minutes ago, Noxinite said:

Well, technically there is no rules page for the benchmark. :P So only the "General Rules - Section 2.1 General Verification Rules" should be applied (as well as the specific competition rules).

Not true, the CB20 rules have been rolled into the CB15 page:

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14 minutes ago, cbjaust said:

Not true, the CB20 rules have been rolled into the CB15 page:

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But no link from the CPU benchmark page for rules on R20? So how would you be supposed to find it?

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Playing devil's advocate here, in case anyone didn't catch that.

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I already thought of part of the render being covered when I ran it Benchmate doesnt work when DSR factors are initiated it opens okay you click on Cinebench everything looks good you start Cinebench and Benchmate closes without DSR factors everything works properly.

I am sure some of the others have found the same thing too.

I have tried to have as much of the render as visable as I can just the Benchmate widow covers the bottom right part of the render thats all.

I say it should be left as is otherwise most of the subs are going to be deleted also if the render file was tampered with wouldnt Benchmate know.  

 

 

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2 hours ago, macsbeach98 said:

I already thought of part of the render being covered when I ran it Benchmate doesnt work when DSR factors are initiated it opens okay you click on Cinebench everything looks good you start Cinebench and Benchmate closes without DSR factors everything works properly.

I am sure some of the others have found the same thing too.

I have tried to have as much of the render as visable as I can just the Benchmate widow covers the bottom right part of the render thats all.

I say it should be left as is otherwise most of the subs are going to be deleted also if the render file was tampered with wouldnt Benchmate know.  

This is what I did aswell. Tried to position everything to show as much of the rendered scene as possible. I use a standard 1080p monitor, there just isn't enough room with the BM window plus all the required cpuz tabs.

It really seems like people here are trying to make a mountain out of a molehill............

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Changing the resolution works just fine, see

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This is a 1080p monitor with a custom resolution set. Leaves plenty of room

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You can do it when you are not on the Limit from the Chip, do it with LN2 on CPU,and on the Limit from the Chip and you have Problem.

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47 minutes ago, Splave said:

Albrecht get in here there are hackers all over this thread!

Moderation will be light with CBR20, no problem with the current scres, (if some parts are covered), unless the score is out of whack we would require further proof.

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If you want texture and model verification, please use BenchMate 0.9.3. There will be another File Hash entry right below the executable. The number will always be the same unless something was tampered.

Edit: Please don't use any NVIDIA resolution trickery with BenchMate, Windows native functions won't detect it and BenchMate will capture a wrong screenshot. I will look into it though, it's on my list.

The real solution here is to make CPU-Z optional with BenchMate. It doesn't add anything that's not already on there (and much better because it's captured during the run). Unless SPD info is necessary, but that would be a single additional CPU-Z window (for now).

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2 hours ago, Leeghoofd said:

Moderation will be light with CBR20, no problem with the current scres, (if some parts are covered), unless the score is out of whack we would require further proof.

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1 hour ago, _mat_ said:

If you want texture and model verification, please use BenchMate 0.9.3. There will be another File Hash entry right below the executable. The number will always be the same unless something was tampered.

Edit: Please don't use any NVIDIA resolution trickery with BenchMate, Windows native functions won't detect it and BenchMate will capture a wrong screenshot. I will look into it though, it's on my list.

 

I would make that more of a priority.

Not everybody benchs on a 4k or better monitor.

Right now, DSR is the only way to fit everything you need.

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13 minutes ago, Mr.Scott said:

I would make that more of a priority.

Ok, I will have a look at it. 👍

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Another crap nVidia "feature" that apparently doesn't work properly. On the AMD side, Virtual Super Resolution works fine and can be set before or after the run is done as does Eyefinity. Heh.

2560x1600 is enough for R20, 4 CPUz and the BenchMate result window. 

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Just take the normal GB4 File Folder and add it to Benchmate folder with the other bench applications. It seems to notice it's there after you open it once

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