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post #21 of 86 (permalink) Old 12-07-2017, 11:09 AM - Thread Starter
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You have some nice Ideas, thank you for getting all that down on paper!

Here is a quick summary of your ideas and some of the ideas passed around in private chat:

Competition Timeline: Jan 15th to March 15th

Ambient Class
Basic Class Rules: CPU Limit of 5ghz, temp limit of +25c minimum (hwmonitor required to be open during bench), compete in all 4 stages if you want but only your best 3 count
GPU: GTX260 only, but we will allow both 192 and 216 versions
CPU: You can use ANY 4-core CPU. We need to examine using higher core CPU's and limiting cores in bios.

Stage 1: 3D Mark 03
Stage 2: Unigine Heaven (Basic) or GPUPI
Stage 3: HWbot x265
Stage 4: 3DMark 11 Physics


Unlimited/Extreme Class
Basic Class Rules: NO CPU limit, NO cooling or temperature limits, compete in all 4 stages if you want but only your best 3 count
GPU: GTX260 only, but we will allow both 192 and 216 versions
CPU: You can use ANY 4-core CPU. We need to examine using higher core CPU's and limiting cores in bios.

Stage 1: 3D Mark 03
Stage 2: Unigine Heaven (Basic) or GPUPI
Stage 3: HWbot x265
Stage 4: 3DMark 11 Physics

This is obcviously a very rough outline and will likely change. We need to look at GPUPI 32B (its the perfect bench for GPU since it does not scale with CPU at all) as a possible substation for stage 2. Firstly, I am not sure it works for this card and the second factor is that the run-time will be more than 1 hour.

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How will the difference between 192 and 216 variants be counted?

Other than that question, maybe I should work on getting a spare 260 for heavy benches. These competitions are always fun.

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How will the difference between 192 and 216 variants be counted?

Other than that question, maybe I should work on getting a spare 260 for heavy benches. These competitions are always fun.

I think at this point the idea is to allow both 192 and 216 versions and make no distinction between them. The performance difference is pretty small and allowing both versions opens up the competition to more people. Those who are going to go out and buy one for the competition will likely want to choose the 216 version.

Yea, I agree, this is going to be tons of fun!!

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I'm pretty sure mine is a 216/55nm version. I've never used it as it was from a friend lol. A 192/65nm that clocks well could easily smoke my setup unless I do something about the stock hsf.

The CPU is going to be the hardest part of this build. I've got some FX series gear lying around but ideally I should be targeting something like a 2500/2600k. Disabled cores would make my decision easier biggrin.gif

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ES cpu's allowed for unlimited class?


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I am for going with Heaven over gpupi just for the fact that even if it can run 32B, it will take around 2 hours. If it was 1B instead it wouldn't be quite as bad.

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I am for going with Heaven over gpupi just for the fact that even if it can run 32B, it will take around 2 hours. If it was 1B instead it wouldn't be quite as bad.

I am also downvoting gpupi 32B for that reason, good catch dr4goon!


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ES cpu's allowed for unlimited class?

I think the best thing to do is follow the hwbot rules for each benchmark. So, in the case of ES, they would be legal since hwbot allows them.

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