Originally Posted by Raprash
Lol a i7-2600k at 6.0Ghz+ for work. You're running that on ice or what
Run a beta office for Alienware...I.E. I test every build we've ever made, will make, want to make or think about making is made in my office.
It's currently our "benching" edition which is on LN2...
...3960s OC'd did not max the WEI nor did 3930k's at 4.5ghz+...They actually topped at 7.6/7.7 respectively.
It would seem in the over 100+ cores I've seen this year, that single cores actually get the highest WEI which, is why I've repeated my statement 3x...
And the site I linked, I know some of those are legitimate because I've mirrored the same results with the same builds from our crap closet. Now, I don't cheat the WEI score by editing a file...I replicated their builds and OC'd the medium to the point of no return...1 actually "blew up" but, that was my fault, I hadn't screwed the bracket in all the way.
Not only is WEI obviously flawed, not debating that; in my experience, it's basing scores on single core performance...Thus why I repeated myself in the first place.
Oh, the SR3 // SR2 could only hit 7.8...Btw.Edited by Masked - 11/22/11 at 5:54am