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post #1301 of 4998

So im going through the benches and i have a couple of questions

 

What is the actual score for Unrar as i put 1741 as that was the last score i could see in the txt file. Not sure if this is right or not.

 

Why on some benches is the score NA and there is no score comparison . I mean whats the point of even putting that bench on there if it doesnt even share results 

 

Ive also noticed my 4930k coming very close to the bottom (like 53th/56th etc) in the 4930k ranks. Is this because most on there are running LN2? My 4930k can't be that bad at 4600mhz 

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For UBench it's the number in the .txt file at the end of the run. You'll notice it's the highest scoring thread from the complete run. Any doubt on a submission and just check out the rules then a few of the top score submission screenshots.

Are you talking about all of the non-scoring benchmarks? If you are competitive benching then they won't be of any interest to you. On the plus side is scoring cups & medals for the team and your own achievements. If trying to fill in the gaps for your own achievements they can be a good way to make additional submissions. Some folks just like running all benches and find them enjoyable/interesting!

With regards to 4930, it's not a widely used processor right now as it's still relatively new and it's also a pricey bit of hardware. The more submissions - the more points on the table, unfortunately there's not a lot of sub's right now (compared to ivy/sb/hw) so things are pretty tight. This is with regards to hardware points as global points factor in other 6 core like 3930/60/70 etc etc, you'll see you're global score sounds a lot better then HW score!

The majority of those that bench will be running high clocks whether that be on air/water or dice/ss/LN2 etc. A lot of them will also tune the system for specific benchmarks which is why you'll see one person running different core speeds/ram/timings through various benches. All the time spent on these areas end up paying dividends and can add quite a bit onto a non optimized system.

3d benchmarks might be a little more forgiving on the core as if you've got a half decent gpu (which you do!) it can make up for the low physics score. It's also easier to bench as for the majority of 3d you can run the cpu side of life on the same overclock.

EDIT - I'd advise going through all of your submissions and making sure screenshots comply with the rules of each test as you may well get some of them pulled.
Edited by Doug2507 - 1/12/14 at 9:33am
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For UBench it's the number in the .txt file at the end of the run. You'll notice it's the highest scoring thread from the complete run. Any doubt on a submission and just check out the rules then a few of the top score submission screenshots.

Are you talking about all of the non-scoring benchmarks? If you are competitive benching then they won't be of any interest to you. On the plus side is scoring cups & medals for the team and your own achievements. If trying to fill in the gaps for your own achievements they can be a good way to make additional submissions. Some folks just like running all benches and find them enjoyable/interesting!

With regards to 4930, it's not a widely used processor right now as it's still relatively new and it's also a pricey bit of hardware. The more submissions - the more points on the table, unfortunately there's not a lot of sub's right now (compared to ivy/sb/hw) so things are pretty tight. This is with regards to hardware points as global points factor in other 6 core like 3930/60/70 etc etc, you'll see you're global score sounds a lot better then HW score!

The majority of those that bench will be running high clocks whether that be on air/water or dice/ss/LN2 etc. A lot of them will also tune the system for specific benchmarks which is why you'll see one person running different core speeds/ram/timings through various benches. All the time spent on these areas end up paying dividends and can add quite a bit onto a non optimized system.

3d benchmarks might be a little more forgiving on the core as if you've got a half decent gpu (which you do!) it can make up for the low physics score. It's also easier to bench as for the majority of 3d you can run the cpu side of life on the same overclock.

EDIT - I'd advise going through all of your submissions and making sure screenshots comply with the rules of each test as you may well get some of them pulled.

Hrm

 

Alright thanks going through them all now. I see Frybench has gone from being NA to actually giving me rankage.

 

1741 isnt the highest as you'll see below. So dunno what to think.

 

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Any doubt on a submission and just check out the rules then a few of the top score submission screenshots.
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post #1306 of 4998

Nah think i'll just close my account. 

post #1307 of 4998
Gotta have CPU-Z CPU and memory and GPU-Z open for all submissions. Also, some older benches like 3dmark05/PCmark05 require that you expand the "details" section of the benchmark that shows things like your fps, as well as showing the total score in points.
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I'm afraid to post mine. NO wcing or LN. Just a decent system with multiple card scenarios, kinda cheating for the score I suppose. Anyway, working on tri sli 780 ti's atm.

Plz don't beat me up too bad. The scores u folks r getting is phenominal.

http://www.3dmark.com/3dmv/4924103 Working on the core limit then the memory, then oc the cpu for the result...


FF
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It's not cheating at all. It's how plenty of people get their scores.
It's not just the global scores to go after - popular hardware also gets 'hardware points'.

I spent 2 yrs at the top of the UK Enthusiast League - no sub-zero cooling whatssoever in that league, and the whole point of that league is to run the most exotic setups you can to get points without sub-zero cooling.
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It's not cheating at all. It's how plenty of people get their scores.
It's not just the global scores to go after - popular hardware also gets 'hardware points'.

I spent 2 yrs at the top of the UK Enthusiast League - no sub-zero cooling whatssoever in that league, and the whole point of that league is to run the most exotic setups you can to get points without sub-zero cooling.

Yerp thats what is so cool about this hobby ( enthusiast ) . But i try to bench gear thats half the dollars of top shelf hardware , clock it and overvolt it like a madman and get scores up there with em . thumb.gif
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Yerp thats what is so cool about this hobby ( enthusiast ) . But i try to bench gear thats half the dollars of top shelf hardware , clock it and overvolt it like a madman and get scores up there with em . thumb.gif

... poke.gif ...all in good fun, that calls for one of my favourite quotes: "The candle that burns twice as bright burns half as long" (from the movie 'Bladerunner')
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