Originally Posted by tsm106
Right let's see. So he's so masterful at tweaking and such he is no where to be seen on validated 3dm scoring in HOF with his super 7990's. And he's so awesome at tweaking that he didn't know he manually went into the driver and lowered tess factor in his heaven submission. As further proof to this, he went back in after and this time totally disabled tess instead of his previous run at 2x-4x factor, to show what his rig is like with no tess. There's a clear break in reality here folks.
And he must be so super at tweaking that us peons have no clue, but one thing is clear. WE DON'T RUN FROM PROVING LEGITIMACY. What's the hold up FTW? Where are these 3dm and heaven runs you promised weeks, months ago?????
ANd for the RECORD, there is a cheat out there that RBBY258 wrote that is undetectable. For all those that think things are kosher, think again. The only way we can trace it is by running exact clocks and comparing with hack and without. Gee, I wonder why that thread with the hack tool got deleted huh...?
As far as validated, he is an hwbot bencher. How often do you see me run something that could be validated at futuremark on AMD? Once when i left it enabled by accident.
Futuremark valid is a waste of time at max clocks with hwbot in mind. He is on water so shouldn't be much hassle to do it anyway, this is true.
I didn't promise the benchies, I promised i would pass the message on that if he wants to try to clear things up to run them all showing valid. I haven't seen them either.
I looked at valley with rbby's valley tool & without (had never been used on the OS done without), at least with single gpu it really didn't seem to make a difference in scores.
It almost all comes back to that heaven score, he screwed up with posting that more than he thought, not just invalid for the thread, but haunting him with everything else now. Nobody can show anything that might mean cheating here, just looking at the first time he tried running heaven 4.0 & made a mess of it, then point fingers.
He shouldn't run from proving legitimacy (even though everything but that heaven run is legitimate), but accusations of cheating should also be backed up by more than pointing at a single benchmark that had the wrong settings (did he do it on purpose, forgot something, driver issues, simple accident moving the slider?).
It isn't like photoshopping or stealing screens. Mistakes can happen & since he hasn't been accused anywhere else, it can be just a mistake.