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post #11 of 18
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dont waste your time with intel burn or p95 those are for stability. Use whatever bench you want to pass as your guide.
exactly. HWBot benching is never about being 24/7 stable, only stable enough to pass the benchmark and save the screenshot
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You wanna repeat that step while benching wPrime 1024M. Keep going higher until it isn't stable, bump vCore and keep going. When you reach your limit, keep going with wPrime 32M. After that you'll want to disable HT and play with some SuperPi 32M. That should lead into PiFast and SuperPi 1M. I usually do PiFast last because it seems to be the benchmark that'll reach the highest speeds before crashing.

CPU-Z shouldn't be a concern and you should just grab validations as you go.

I strongly recommend you save your screenshots to a pendrive since you'll find your OS will corrupt often when going for a suicide CPU-Z or a SuperPi higher than you can manage.
post #13 of 18
looking like your off to a good start.

*'member- you need higher QPI for higher RAM clocks..will really tighten the latency up and boost bandwidth #'s..
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Picked up my GTX 460 1GB Today! Gonna be benching
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I'd like to submit this overclock on my new card;

http://www.overclock.net/nvidia/8986...mark-11-a.html

how do I do so?
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post #16 of 18
3DMark11 is not supported by HWBot. Here is a list with the supported benchmarks.

Read up on the submission rules to know how to make a valid screenshot.
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3DMark11 is not supported by HWBot. Here is a list with the supported benchmarks.

Read up on the submission rules to know how to make a valid screenshot.
Is there divisions or seperate areas for lower end systems with higher overclocks? I mean like.. will I still get decent points with my card with a high OC versus 4x GTX 480's in SLI that I see in the top records =\\?
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Is there divisions or seperate areas for lower end systems with higher overclocks? I mean like.. will I still get decent points with my card with a high OC versus 4x GTX 480's in SLI that I see in the top records =\\?
Yes. There are two kinds of points. For Hardware points you compete against members with the same video card (in 3D benchmarks) and the same processor (in 2D benchmarks). For Global points, you compete against everyone except in wPrime (where you compete against people with the same number of cores) and 3D benchmarks where you compete with people who have the same number of GPU cores.
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