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post #211 of 1798
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does it really matter if it's one screen shot or two? Really?
I used "spoiler" tags, so why does it matter, really?

My understanding of the point of the screen shots and validation link is to provide backup for your stated score. So, it's there, its in the exact order that the mods asked for.. and I keep getting very conflicting "advice" on how to post, so I'm sticking with the first page until mods tell me differently.
Actually, it does. Imagine having to keep track of all these scores and updates... Do you really want to sift through a bunch of spoilers to find information? There's literally thousands of posts the thread owners have to keep track of daily here. Help them out a little...
post #212 of 1798
jmg2 well you do have all the info that is asked to make the score legit so no problems there, but we always use this way to post scores at any benchmark so its easier for someone to check each others specs and overclocks when comparing things, its like we made that standard for posting scores thats all thumb.gif so if everybody does it you could also try to do it right the 1st time si always the hardest after that you will do it for all other benches its kind of automatic biggrin.gif
post #213 of 1798
I'm not trying to say that your score isn't legit, but you can very easily see if you go to the first page and read what we are asking for. It would look something like this

THIS IS NOT A SUBMISSION
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MunneY - i7-5960x @ 4.75GHz --- EVGA GTX 780 Ti C 1346/8000 --- 13244

http://www.3dmark.com/fs/2761766


As you can see... that screenshot has everything that is required for a submission here. and most everywhere
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does it really matter if it's one screen shot or two? Really?
I used "spoiler" tags, so why does it matter, really?

My understanding of the point of the screen shots and validation link is to provide backup for your stated score. So, it's there, its in the exact order that the mods asked for.. and I keep getting very conflicting "advice" on how to post, so I'm sticking with the first page until mods tell me differently.

*facepaws* No offense... But every single other person has posted (or edited their post upon noticing mistakes or omissions) following the template in the first post. You're also up to five - or is it six - people now saying pretty much the same thing, even to the point of including a template with your hardware in it so all you have to do is add the score to it and a proper screenshot rolleyes.gif If this were HWBot, your submissions would just be flagged, and eventually you'd be blocked because of repeatedly submitting scores that had missing information and/or items in the screenshot. But this is OCN, where people do their best to help out, even on simple items where it really isn't all that hard to follow a template and clear, concise directions.

The reason why the rest of us are putting everything into a single screenshot is because of the following:
- it's a lot harder to claim trickery, photoshopping, etc
- All the necessary information is right there, in one single screenshot (GPU-Z's main tab, CPU-Z's main tab, and CPU-Z's memory tab)
- A username (YOUR username) being on the screenshot itself makes it a lot harder to claim that you're just copying someone else's submission/screenshots and claiming that it's yours
- A screenshot of CPU-Z by itself is useless as any form of proof beyond "look at how fast I can get my processor!" and there is no way to prove concretely that it's the same system that your submission was made on
- A number of us are on HWBot, and submissions REQUIRE everything in that same screenshot to even post it (well, you can post a score, but if it's missing something, it will eventually be flagged)
- Did I mention it also makes it easier for the person running the Top 30 of the benchmark to sort through submissions if they're properly written with a SINGLE screenshot in the first place?


Apologies for being blunt, but it really isn't that hard to take all of 10-15 seconds and fill things out properly. And with a proper screenshot? It takes what, 30 seconds at most to open up two tabs of CPU-Z and a single instance of GPU-Z, and as far as I know having them running in the background has no effect on performance so if that 30 seconds really is too long just open them up before firing up 3dMark, position everything before starting the benchmark, then BOOM! When bench is finished, take screenshot, save screenshot, and submit.

Why else do you think I have my name on my desktop? Makes things a tad faster when running rounds of benches. Also, I despise the glaring white colour Notepad has tongue.gif
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*facepaws* No offense... But every single other person has posted (or edited their post upon noticing mistakes or omissions) following the template in the first post. You're also up to five - or is it six - people now saying pretty much the same thing, even to the point of including a template with your hardware in it so all you have to do is add the score to it and a proper screenshot rolleyes.gif If this were HWBot, your submissions would just be flagged, and eventually you'd be blocked because of repeatedly submitting scores that had missing information and/or items in the screenshot. But this is OCN, where people do their best to help out, even on simple items where it really isn't all that hard to follow a template and clear, concise directions.

The reason why the rest of us are putting everything into a single screenshot is because of the following:
- it's a lot harder to claim trickery, photoshopping, etc
- All the necessary information is right there, in one single screenshot (GPU-Z's main tab, CPU-Z's main tab, and CPU-Z's memory tab)
- A username (YOUR username) being on the screenshot itself makes it a lot harder to claim that you're just copying someone else's submission/screenshots and claiming that it's yours
- A screenshot of CPU-Z by itself is useless as any form of proof beyond "look at how fast I can get my processor!" and there is no way to prove concretely that it's the same system that your submission was made on
- A number of us are on HWBot, and submissions REQUIRE everything in that same screenshot to even post it (well, you can post a score, but if it's missing something, it will eventually be flagged)
- Did I mention it also makes it easier for the person running the Top 30 of the benchmark to sort through submissions if they're properly written with a SINGLE screenshot in the first place?


Apologies for being blunt, but it really isn't that hard to take all of 10-15 seconds and fill things out properly. And with a proper screenshot? It takes what, 30 seconds at most to open up two tabs of CPU-Z and a single instance of GPU-Z, and as far as I know having them running in the background has no effect on performance so if that 30 seconds really is too long just open them up before firing up 3dMark, position everything before starting the benchmark, then BOOM! When bench is finished, take screenshot, save screenshot, and submit.

Why else do you think I have my name on my desktop? Makes things a tad faster when running rounds of benches. Also, I despise the glaring white colour Notepad has tongue.gife

Ok-- I yield. If it's a validation thing, I get it. If it's really that important, I'll just put everything in one screen shot. But seriously, put a note on the first page-- there is no rule in the requirements that says everything has to be in one shot, and I'm not the only one that has had issues with this. If one screenshot is a necessity, then I'm fine with that, just add it up front.
Edited by jmg2 - 10/21/14 at 6:09am
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post #216 of 1798
Everyone said what you should do, now i leave it to Jpmboy to decide whats best if he wants to ignore or add your results either is fine he has 3/4 threads to get up to date so whats easier for him its alright with me thumb.gif
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Everyone said what you should do, now i leave it to Jpmboy to decide whats best if he wants to ignore or add your results either is fine he has 3/4 threads to get up to date so whats easier for him its alright with me thumb.gif

see above bro. I said I yield. Next score I post I'll use a single screen shot.
Why you gotta keep kicking me ? :-)
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post #218 of 1798
thumb.gif nobody kicking anyone rolleyes.gif We just have to acknowledge the work of others, things are like this because its easier, thanks for your comprehension no harm done yayy!!!
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Really? Well you must suck real bad at "tweaking" (sarcasm), haven't you heard some people get 700 points from tweaking their RAM and making their GPU's run at 22c max? lachen.gif

Okay i'll stop now. Happy benching you guys! tongue.gif

Let's have less complaining and more benching please. I see you have some 980's there. How about you hit him up for some pointers so you can beat his 780Ti's. thumb.gif
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New updated Score!! Number 24 in hall of fame!
Requirements for entries in this thread:
[*] OCN user name --- CPU@GHz --- GPU(s) --- overall score
JMG2 --- 5960x@4.4Ghz--(3x) EVGA 980s SC--- 9341
[*] FULL Screenshot including the 3DMark window with the result (prtscrn, open paint, cntrl-V, cntrl-S, post with the picture or paperclip tool) Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
[*] Optional: CPUZ (cpu, memory, mainboard) and GPUZ Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
[*] Validation URL (copy the link from the browser window that will pop up)
http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/4443162?
[*] The most recent version of System Information or most recent "-1". Most recent version of the benchmark at the time of entry. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
[*] Beta drivers allowed
used standard NVidia drivers

[*] AMD Tess off allowed but will be indicated as such, LOD tweaks, BUT: NO mipmap, photoshop... or "cheating" Follow HWBot Rules Here

n/a

Oh, com'on man. After I responded to your last entry here, you go and do it again. That was a one time gratuity. Read the instructions in post #1. Study how others have posted their entries with this [very standard] format, and edit your entry above. If you need help with screen shots etc, ask... there are a shipload of folks here to help.

EDIT : oh, and overclock that cpu fercrissake, you'd probably be top 2 in 3-card. http://www.overclock.net/t/1510388/haswell-e-overclock-leaderboard-owners-club/3520_20
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