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Haha no problem. I agree most will buy the K CPU anyways I was just explaining what was meant by it being blocked.


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surely if the cpu was already overclocked with the bclk they can't just sent a microcode and then the cpu will go back to normal?
Honestly I have no idea how it worked personally. I bought the K from the start. Didn't start BCLK overclocking non k until I had an issue with my 6700k. Had to download a modded bios to do so. In learning about overclocking non k CPUs I learned that it has been blocked by microcode. How that effects people that do not upgrade bios or had the chip OCed previously I don't know. I would imagine if you stayed on the same bios you should be ok like you originally said but I can't confirm this. Other here are prob much more experienced with this than I am. Hopefully one of them will chime in and fill you in better than I can.


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post #7512 of 11364
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Could you suggest some realworld benchmark that use AVX2 ?
My score at 5.1Ghz 1.52V benchable but not stable.
@ 5Ghz score 840.
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

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Wicked, yeah it's too bad Intel is milking just like Nvidia and always disables OC for any part other than the most expensive ones. Long gone are the Intel days where you could OC anything and get good price/performance.
Scores are really nice, but the UEFI and lost many many features frown.gif

lol - unless I'm mistaken, that R15 score is a world record!

http://hwbot.org/hardware/processor/core_i5_6500/

best I could do with my 6320 and unlock: Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

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lol - unless I'm mistaken, that R15 score is a world record!

http://hwbot.org/hardware/processor/core_i5_6500/

best I could do with my 6320 and unlock: Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)


Hardware first place you mean, not a world record tongue.gif
post #7514 of 11364
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lol - unless I'm mistaken, that R15 score is a world record!

http://hwbot.org/hardware/processor/core_i5_6500/

best I could do with my 6320 and unlock: Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
I don't know what rules HWbot has but even if that score was 100,000 it wouldn't validate with me because most of the CPU features are turned off using a custom UEFI = cheating possible tongue.gif
The whole HWbot is IMHO cheatable.
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I don't know what rules HWbot has but even if that score was 100,000 it wouldn't validate with me because most of the CPU features are turned off using a custom UEFI = cheating possible tongue.gif
The whole HWbot is IMHO cheatable.

That is why there is validations required. To prevent as much as possible from people cheating.
post #7516 of 11364
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Hardware first place you mean, not a world record tongue.gif

right. Highest score with that processor... which is pretty daaum good! And would be a World Record according to the Hardware list i posted. tongue.gif
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I don't know what rules HWbot has but even if that score was 100,000 it wouldn't validate with me because most of the CPU features are turned off using a custom UEFI = cheating possible tongue.gif
The whole HWbot is IMHO cheatable.
Well, it's fairly self consistent. But yes, what many botters call a tweak or exploit, is, IMO, a cheat of sorts. It's not an advance in the hardware, but a way to fudge the test conditions.
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Could you suggest some realworld benchmark that use AVX2 ?
I only know Intel XTU uses AVX2 & has a simple benchmark, but not realworld.
Silent Scone mentioned the HWBOT x265 Benchmark, that sounds more useful.
post #7518 of 11364
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right. Highest score with that processor... which is pretty daaum good! And would be a World Record according to the Hardware list i posted. tongue.gif
Well, it's fairly self consistent. But yes, what many botters call a tweak or exploit, is, IMO, a cheat of sorts. It's not an advance in the hardware, but a way to fudge the test conditions.

The way hwbot words things, a world record is first in the benchmark in the world overall, regardless of hardware.

Ie: fastest cinebench score in the world, not specific to any cores or specific model of cpu(s)

Then first in the world with a specific type of processor, say a quad core, is called a global first place.
Ie: fastest quad core cinebench score


First in the world with a specific model, is considered a hardware first place.

Ie: fastest i5 6500 cinebench score
Edited by Lays - 6/1/16 at 3:02pm
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The way hwbot words things, a world record is first in the benchmark in the world overall, regardless of hardware.

Ie: fastest cinebench score in the world, not specific to any cores or specific model of cpu(s)

Then first in the world with a specific type of processor, say a quad core, is called a global first place.
Ie: fastest quad core cinebench score


First in the world with a specific model, is considered a hardware first place.

Ie: fastest i5 6500 cinebench score
well...depends if one ignores the second column in this 6320 CPU benchmark roster.

There's what we call it and what the Bot calls it...
This is how the BOT words it officially - the "World Record". As you call it, then only a quad GPU score counts as a world record... what ever you say boss.

Or it could be a GFP wink.gif
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I don't know what rules HWbot has but even if that score was 100,000 it wouldn't validate with me because most of the CPU features are turned off using a custom UEFI = cheating possible tongue.gif
The whole HWbot is IMHO cheatable.

Custom UEFI comes from manufacturer's OC team & doesn't enable you to cheat.
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