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... and we shall call it: 'The Shamino-effect'

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Prepping a document for partners about LN2 overclocking at HWBOT. This is what I found when looking at the EU CPU on LN2 results. Coincidence? :P

 

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i think you also have to count the s1155 ln2 results with asus boards. evga haven't launched those yet, so pretty obvious to me

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i still keep going for Evga, i used to have asus but now.....

 

Asus doesn't come anymore in my house.

 

i think you also have to count the s1155 ln2 results with asus boards. evga haven't launched those yet, so pretty obvious to me

 

 

Evga has a P67 mobo if you get you're info straight

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i think you also have to count the s1155 ln2 results with asus boards. evga haven't launched those yet, so pretty obvious to me

 

These are all results with CPU on LN2 (in Europe) so X58 is there too. But, yeah, 2011 results aren't complete.

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i still keep going for Evga, i used to have asus but now.....

 

Asus doesn't come anymore in my house.

 

 

 

 

Evga has a P67 mobo if you get you're info straight

 

i know they have, but not for the masses yet

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Asus going strong has probably nothing to do with Shamino joining them.

 

I think it's much due to the Rampage 3 that thinks are going their way.

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just wondering, massman, how is this on air and ss results?

 

Wondering the same thing myself after seeing that chart.

 

Vin

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Two questions:

I guess the data pool is limited to the EU, because that is the important region for the partners. Is the Shamnio effect still there, if you include the remaining data? :)

What is the label for the scale on the left, what does e.g. 0,5 mean?

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Y-axis for first chart = percentage of used brand for all LN2 results (CPU or VGA). Eg: in 2009, ~12% of the LN2 results were performed on Evga mainboard.

 

Here's a chart with global data, still based on results. 2011 is pretty skewed, I think, but you can see the Shamino-effect for Foxconn and Evga. ASUS has been pretty much losing stake since 2007 ("since records began") although the question remains to what extend the data from '06-'07 is complete (I seriously doubt it :) ).

 

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Now we just need another stat so we could see, how many mainboards were used by a specific brand in total.. because if 60% of the submitted results overall were Asus boards, it's not too impressive that they also got ~60% of the LN2 results ;)

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Sorry, dont agree with the first graph on page one. Shammy moved to Asus in ~October? I expect he'll have had a hand in the R3E Black Edition, maybe the SB Maximus, but nothing else yet

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Foxconn gave up on him too early, not sure why he left EVGA. ASUS...yeah we're gonna see some really cool stuff.

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Foxconn gave up on him too early, not sure why he left EVGA. ASUS...yeah we're gonna see some really cool stuff.

 

Asus pay better then EVGA ? :

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Asus pay better then EVGA ? :

 

He left EVGA quite some time before starting at ASUS iirc so not the reason. As for Foxconn: I think he didn't like working himself to death, so he better left - simple, or? :P

 

Quite an interesting proof for something that was quite clear for everybody following the trends a bit. wherever sham went there was a mainboard that was pushed like nothing else:

Foxconn: BlackOps

EVGA: Classified

ASUS: RIIIE (BE), MIVE

 

Rule out these boards, specially for Foxconn and EVGA the trend will be gone imo. that also shows how important it is for a mfc to have a real good oc-board in the product line...

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