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I'm sticking with my -1 vote on requiring the tool.

I looked at the tool having in mind to submit my most recent score with it, but then realized you have to launch the bench from the get go with the tool in order to use the tool. I think that's a bad characteristic. You may be doing a run w/o thinking about submitting a score... and then want to.

Sounds like it doesn't automate what karlitos does, but it may help reduce errors in user submissions, but still there are lots of fields to enter and plenty of room for user error. Without stats on error rates on user entered vs tool entered submissions, not real clear error rates would be lower overall.

The tool won't function properly on some number of user systems (just the nature of the widely distributed software beast). They won't be able to submit scores.

Lot's of folks will balk at downloading random software and running it out of principle or security concerns. Some may not find the tools and figure out its needed / how to use it.

Overall, I think you'll get a lower rate of participation if you require the tool.

To me that adds up to not requiring its use, too small a potential benefit with too large a potential detriment.


Seems like what could really are tools to automate what karlitos has been doing.
* scan the new submissions for unexpected / out of range values
* verify the screen shot and form submission agree with one another (acutally some thing to read the values directly out screen shots would be awesome, could even skip the form?)
* xfer valid entries to the final spreadsheet.
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I'm sticking with my -1 vote on requiring the tool.

I looked at the tool having in mind to submit my most recent score with it, but then realized you have to launch the bench from the get go with the tool in order to use the tool. I think that's a bad characteristic. You may be doing a run w/o thinking about submitting a score... and then want to.

Sounds like it doesn't automate what karlitos does, but it may help reduce errors in user submissions, but still there are lots of fields to enter and plenty of room for user error. Without stats on error rates on user entered vs tool entered submissions, not real clear error rates would be lower overall.

The tool won't function properly on some number of user systems (just the nature of the widely distributed software beast). They won't be able to submit scores.

Lot's of folks will balk at downloading random software and running it out of principle or security concerns. Some may not find the tools and figure out its needed / how to use it.

Overall, I think you'll get a lower rate of participation if you require the tool.

To me that adds up to not requiring its use, too small a potential benefit with too large a potential detriment.


Seems like what could really are tools to automate what karlitos has been doing.
* scan the new submissions for unexpected / out of range values
* verify the screen shot and form submission agree with one another (acutally some thing to read the values directly out screen shots would be awesome, could even skip the form?)
* xfer valid entries to the final spreadsheet.

This is true, most people are honest & it is easier to just run the bench as usual without the tool.
Making things easier for KaRLiToS to verify & update would be the biggest gain since the main problem is people not reading the OP...
    
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I'm sticking with my -1 vote on requiring the tool.

I looked at the tool having in mind to submit my most recent score with it, but then realized you have to launch the bench from the get go with the tool in order to use the tool. I think that's a bad characteristic. You may be doing a run w/o thinking about submitting a score... and then want to.

Sounds like it doesn't automate what karlitos does, but it may help reduce errors in user submissions, but still there are lots of fields to enter and plenty of room for user error. Without stats on error rates on user entered vs tool entered submissions, not real clear error rates would be lower overall.

The tool won't function properly on some number of user systems (just the nature of the widely distributed software beast). They won't be able to submit scores.

Lot's of folks will balk at downloading random software and running it out of principle or security concerns. Some may not find the tools and figure out its needed / how to use it.

Overall, I think you'll get a lower rate of participation if you require the tool.

To me that adds up to not requiring its use, too small a potential benefit with too large a potential detriment.


Seems like what could really are tools to automate what karlitos has been doing.
* scan the new submissions for unexpected / out of range values
* verify the screen shot and form submission agree with one another (acutally some thing to read the values directly out screen shots would be awesome, could even skip the form?)
* xfer valid entries to the final spreadsheet.

You can run as many times as you want without submitting your score just keep clicking bench also the form you fill in to submit your scores here you do on the app. Thanks for giving your opinion though.
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Lordred GTX 680 Classified 1241 boost / 1753 mem

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Just an update, wanted to get an even number, so 95 will do.

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Lordred GTX 680 Classified 1241 boost / 1753 mem
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Is your card overvolted? It's really underperforming, try to squeeze as much juice as you can, so you can help with other 680's average FPS redface.gif
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Is your card overvolted? It's really underperforming, try to squeeze as much juice as you can, so you can help with other 680's average FPS redface.gif

It is on the low side for the gpu clocks but not badly, the AMD cpu may be making a bit of difference. Running the same gpu clocks with a 4.8Ghz 3770 scored 2130 for me.
    
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Nope, that was stock voltage, and 100% power target.
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So I downloaded driverview, managed to find the system files for the Microsoft basic render driver.

C:\Windows\System32\Drivers\BasicDisplay.sys
C:\Windows\System32\Drivers\BasicRender.sys

Moved them into a new folder, re-ran valley and 3dmark11 and it no longer shows up. Not sure why but valley shows me as having 1 660ti and 3dmark shows 1 and a generic vga, i'm assuming it's because i'm running different vendors.

As far as scores go after getting rid of the drivers 3dmark went up from P15062 to P15115 and valley went down from 3013 to 3008. It appears it had no effect on my scores.
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So I downloaded driverview, managed to find the system files for the Microsoft basic render driver.

C:\Windows\System32\Drivers\BasicDisplay.sys
C:\Windows\System32\Drivers\BasicRender.sys

Moved them into a new folder, re-ran valley and 3dmark11 and it no longer shows up. Not sure why but valley shows me as having 1 660ti and 3dmark shows 1 and a generic vga, i'm assuming it's because i'm running different vendors.

As far as scores go after getting rid of the drivers 3dmark went up from P15062 to P15115 and valley went down from 3013 to 3008. It appears it had no effect on my scores.

I can add this into the tool
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