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It's ignorance like this that really makes me feel bad for people like you.
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This is stupid
Just say "I don't understand"
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benchmarking on old programs?
Does it matter how old they are if they still do the same thing as programs that are currently released?
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Who gives a crap about those old crappy test suites
People that are interested in new hardware being released.
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And didn't bulldozer oc to 7.6?
Andre Yang hit 8.58 http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2075360 , big difference.
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what a big deal is something 1ghz slower?
Your talking about 1 benchmark and your WAY off. Maybe next time you go spouting off about something you know nothing about, you'll think twice before posting gibberish thumb.gif

I love you.
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wow,
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Good job Andr and Shamino, very nice work!!

BTW Tech PowerUp did better coverage of this:
http://www.techpowerup.com/164805/ASUS-Shatters-Performance-Barriers-with-Intel-Z77-Chipset-and-3rd-gen-Core-i7-CPUs.html
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Originally Posted by TechPowerUP 
- SuperPi 32M: 4 minutes 52 seconds and 953 ms with Intel Core i7 set to 6735 MHz
(This record has not been submitted as of this writing, but has been verified internally by ASUS engineers)


BTW guys I have a SuperPI 32M WR verified by my mother.

haha Andre and his backups!! Anyways great job guys, I do believe it you guys do have that WR as you guys do have JTChen, but again with the engineers lol.
Edited by Sin0822 - 4/25/12 at 8:48am
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Good job Andr and Shamino, very nice work!!
BTW Tech PowerUp did better coverage of this:
http://www.techpowerup.com/164805/ASUS-Shatters-Performance-Barriers-with-Intel-Z77-Chipset-and-3rd-gen-Core-i7-CPUs.html
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Originally Posted by TechPowerUP 
- SuperPi 32M: 4 minutes 52 seconds and 953 ms with Intel Core i7 set to 6735 MHz
(This record has not been submitted as of this writing, but has been verified internally by ASUS engineers)
BTW guys I have a SuperPI 32M WR verified by my mother.
haha Andre and his backups!! Anyways great job guys, I do believe it you guys do have that WR as you guys do have JTChen, but again with the engineers lol.

Post your WR thumb.gif
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Good job Andr and Shamino, very nice work!!

BTW Tech PowerUp did better coverage of this:
http://www.techpowerup.com/164805/ASUS-Shatters-Performance-Barriers-with-Intel-Z77-Chipset-and-3rd-gen-Core-i7-CPUs.html
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Originally Posted by TechPowerUP 
- SuperPi 32M: 4 minutes 52 seconds and 953 ms with Intel Core i7 set to 6735 MHz
(This record has not been submitted as of this writing, but has been verified internally by ASUS engineers)


BTW guys I have a SuperPI 32M WR verified by my mother.

haha Andre and his backups!! Anyways great job guys, I do believe it you guys do have that WR as you guys do have JTChen, but again with the engineers lol.

Isn't it shamino belongs to evga with kingpin?


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Benchmarking on old software is a gimmick, and a pointless one at that. Maybe they should shell out a few bucks and get 3dmark11, cause when you get huge numbers on a 10 year old software suite doesn't mean crap. Come up with a 3dmark11 score and quit trying to pad numbers with old software.
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Benchmarking on old software is a gimmick, and a pointless one at that. Maybe they should shell out a few bucks and get 3dmark11, cause when you get huge numbers on a 10 year old software suite doesn't mean crap. Come up with a 3dmark11 score and quit trying to pad numbers with old software.

Different benchmarks serve different purposes. Calling something a gimmick because you don't understand it, is called ignorance.
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It's a gimmick, using 11 year old software to benchmark hardware way beyond what was even thought of back then. The only reason they used it is to claim they got a world record, big whoop since it's using 11 year old software that no one uses anymore, since you have 3dmark 06, and 3dmark11. So I am calling it what it is, a gimmick.

Using old software to pad numbers and claim they got a world record. It's like me going back and benchmarking pacman, oh god it's so awesome playing this old game, wow it must be a world record.

So is there a specific reason why they would use old software that likely does not even support multithreading? Oh right so they get a huge score and say they broke a world record.The whole reason it is pointless is who even uses it anymore, no one is benchmarking on 3dmark2001 so theres no way to compare since NO one uses it anymore.
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Then you must declare every single benchmark a gimmick.

Who cares of what is thought of now, as long as something can run it faster?
Are hardware platforms that can run benchmarks/applications faster also gimmicks?
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Either this guy is extremely stupid or he's a troll.

Either way, impressive record setting smile.gif I can't wait to get my hands on my IB.
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