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I wanted to ask a few questions. Does this detect overclocks? Does it detect SLI or Crossfire?
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I wanted to ask a few questions. Does this detect overclocks? Does it detect SLI or Crossfire?

 

Overclocks are detected, though the library to read the clocks on Sandy Bridge and Ivy Bridge is old and there isn't a newer one.  If you have a Phenom X2 or Nehalem processor, it will show the OC.  The detect function in the library I use (libcpuid) gets confused by lower power states as well.  That's kind of why on some motherboards the POST screen doesn't show the actual overclock with the latest processors.

 

Not SLI or CFX compatible yet.  It is in the works, but don't expect anything speedy :)  Dealing with multiple GPUs is exponentially more complex than multiple CPU cores.

 

Thanks for your score :) Any chance you have a CPU-Z of the memory tab and a GPU-Z of the GPU so I can see clocks?


Edited by borandi - 11/21/12 at 6:13am
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I wasn't complaining, was just curious. biggrin.gif



Is this what you needed?
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I'm always staggered at those who can pull off some impressive software.  I can only hope to emulate it :)

 

Awesome, that gives me vital info.  You're top of the leaderboard !

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I'm always staggered at those who can pull off some impressive software.  I can only hope to emulate it smile.gif

Awesome, that gives me vital info.  You're top of the leaderboard !

Haha, I can assure you on this website, that will not last long. At all. Someone with a 3930k or above, or a nicely overclocked 3770k will come along and trounce all over my score. But thank you for making this. It's always fun and interesting to try new software. biggrin.gif
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i will turn HT back on and see what my rig gets. looks like a good benchmark so far biggrin.gif
Exia
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Kyrios
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CPUCPUMotherboardGraphics
Intel Xeon E5-2650 Intel Xeon E5-2650 Asus Z9PE-D8 WS MSI R9-290x Gaming 8gb 
RAMHard DriveHard DriveCooling
Kingston HyperX 1866mhz 8x4gb Samsung 840 Evo 240gb (OS) 10tb worth of HDDs Noctua NH-C14s 
OSKeyboardPowerCase
Windows 10 Pro Logitech G710+ Cooler Master Silent Pro Hybrid 850w Silverstone TJ10-BW 
Mouse
Logitech G700 
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
Intel Xeon X5550 Asus P6T Deluxe HIS HD 6870 2gb Crucial Ballistix Tactical Tracer 6x2gb 1600mhz 
Hard DriveCoolingOSPower
Crucial M4 128gb Cooler Master TPC-812 Windows 10 Pro Corsiar HX650 
Case
NZXT S340 White 
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CPUCPUMotherboardGraphics
Intel Xeon E5-2650 Intel Xeon E5-2650 Asus Z9PE-D8 WS MSI R9-290x Gaming 8gb 
RAMHard DriveHard DriveCooling
Kingston HyperX 1866mhz 8x4gb Samsung 840 Evo 240gb (OS) 10tb worth of HDDs Noctua NH-C14s 
OSKeyboardPowerCase
Windows 10 Pro Logitech G710+ Cooler Master Silent Pro Hybrid 850w Silverstone TJ10-BW 
Mouse
Logitech G700 
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
Intel Xeon X5550 Asus P6T Deluxe HIS HD 6870 2gb Crucial Ballistix Tactical Tracer 6x2gb 1600mhz 
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Crucial M4 128gb Cooler Master TPC-812 Windows 10 Pro Corsiar HX650 
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I'm always staggered at those who can pull off some impressive software.  I can only hope to emulate it smile.gif

Awesome, that gives me vital info.  You're top of the leaderboard !

Haha, I can assure you on this website, that will not last long. At all. Someone with a 3930k or above, or a nicely overclocked 3770k will come along and trounce all over my score. But thank you for making this. It's always fun and interesting to try new software. biggrin.gif

This is where I break out my dual SB-E Xeon motherboard just to see what happens :)

 

Actually I fear this version of the benchmark varies too much by CPU grunt than by GPU OC.

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Any cpu specific compiler optimizations possible? smile.gif

Ohh, and great tool wink.gif
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Any cpu specific compiler optimizations possible? smile.gif

Ohh, and great tool wink.gif

 

All the compiler speed flags are enabled.  Didn't invest time for SSE et al

 

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New leader!

 

Some more of my screenshots:

 

 

700

A10-5800K @ Stock
1600 C11
7970 @ Stock

CPU : 55987
AMP : 38389
Total: 39002

 

700

i3-3225 @ 3500 MHz

1690 C9
7970 @ 925/1125
CPU : 142253
AMP : 102768
Total : 104215 

 

700

i3-3225 @ 3500 MHz

1690 C9

7970 @ 1125/1575

CPU : 140851

AMP : 103871

Total : 105230

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