Originally Posted by Kylar182
Kylar182 ---- 5960X @ 4.6Ghz - QUAD GTX TitanX 1501/2000 - FSU-score 17379
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I'm already on the leaderboard, not sure why I have to do this all again but here you go. Honestly, if Firestrike shows me on their leaderboard then why do we do screenshots, particularly ones so detailed?
Also, if we're allowed to use unapproved drivers I could have a much higher score. Like the NapalmV guy above me.
Ok, I didn't had time for this earlier but now I do, so I'll explain you why do this thread require a detailed screenshot and the other rules.
First, detailed screenshot. Simple really, we are Overclock.net, not referenceclock.net, that mean that everyone can run different frequencies on CPU, CPU cache/uncore, memory, graphic card core and memory frequency, all that have an influence on the performance. This is way I ask a detailed screenshot that show the hardware spec, and if possible the overclock. There is the dataline in case the OC won't show on the screen, on which most understand that it's a good idea to put the CPU and graphic card clocks on there.
You may not have noticed, but since I took care of the chart, I added the link to OC.net post so one can go and check/compare a result to another with same hardware and see why his/her score is lower or higher. If you don't write it on the dataline and don't provide screenshot, you can't do that, might as well just be happy to have your score on Futuremark leaderboard and be done with it.
Why do we accept non approved driver? that's because we follow HWbot rules, so yes, beta driver, tesslation tweak are allowed.
I usually accept the sub without dataline as I can read a screenshot just fine, it's just easier for everyone with it really.
If the OP is not clear enough, I can request to be able to edit it and clear any misunderstanding.
Better score is even better.
Something's odd on you validation link, you DDR4 only show 6 sticks out of 8 and 2 of them aren't detected as Kingston one. Don't you have some memory instability there? Not OCed the cache and tried higher memory freq too?