Originally Posted by Alatar
I know that it's impossible to enforce which makes the whole situation a bit annoying. Don't know what sort of score you're competing against..
I'm not competing against any particular scores, but do like to see a better than average score for my particular card (human nature), and to see that my older first gen i7 is still kickin, and to see that my type of card does well overall in the rankings. At least the last two scores I posted here had that 'high performance filtering' setting. I did that after becoming aware of other scores being posted like that and there was discussion here about it. The way i remember it was that it was "ok". Probably others remember it that way too.
The difference is very small so i don't think it wrecks the dataset having a mix in there, but it is in there.
Next time there's a driver update that brings performance improvements to Valley, folks will be posting new higher scores. If you want to clean up the dataset, maybe that's the time to do it. If the entry form had an entry for how that setting was set, and it didn't accept submissions w/o the 'Quality' setting being in that field... folks would know and most would comply.