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The Official Team Cup 2023 thread:

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General and benchmark specific hwbot rules apply

Desktop hardware only (no server parts) unless explicitly allowed at stage rules

No ES, nor unreleased hardware

One bencher can only contribute once for each stage

For the stages that require several results, different CPUs / GPUs / MEM types are needed (example: LGA1150 cpu bench with three results needs 4790, 4770K, 4690, if three different benchers submit three results with 4770k only one will count to the ranking)



Only Microsoft operating Systems allowed

BenchMate 10.12.2 version only

CPU-Z 2.06 or newer unless specifically mentioned

GPU-Z 2.50 or newer unless specifically mentioned

All other benchmark versions need to be updated including eg the Systeminfo 2.64.1188 or newer

Monitoring & systeminfo remain enabled for all UL Benchmarks



2D scores require CPU-Z tabs for CPU, Memory and Motherboard
3D scores require CPU-Z tabs for CPU, Memory and Motherboard and GPU-Z for each graphics card
2D Memory Stage scores require CPU-Z tabs for CPU, Memory, Motherboard and SPD for each Dimm unless specified.
3Dmark11 PhysX stages also require GPU-Z verification

Competition Wallpaper is mandatory for participation

Standard verification rules remain applicable, check them out here (click)



Team Cup 2023 AMD CPU

Team Cup 2023 Intel CPU

Team Cup 2023 nVIDIA GPU

Team Cup 2023 AMD/ATI GPU

Team Cup 2023 iGPU

Team Cup 2023 Memory

Each sub-competition consists of multiple stages. Check the stages for specific rules.

The point distribution of each stage is:

3 or more subs: 65-60-56-53-50-47-45-43-41-39-37-35-33-31-30-28-26-24-22-20-19-18-17-16-15-14-13-12-11-10-9-8-7-6-5-4-3-2-1-0

2 subs: 50-47-45-43-41-39-37-35-33-31-29-27-25-23-21-19-17-15-13-11-9-8-7-6-5-4-3-2-1

The SDR SDRAM memory stage which tops at 30pts


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Some Team Cup stages with limited clocks have been raised a few MHz from xxx5MHz to xxx8Mhz to allow the uncontrollable drift on some motherboards

In case your score had been already moderated for surpassing the e.g. 5005MHz threshold,  just resubmit please

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