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12-12-2019 05:42 AM
ThrashZone Hi,
You could start a new 6.9MHz club I believe 7000MHz is a better round number though
12-11-2019 01:38 PM
Kurumi Tokisaki
Quote: Originally Posted by UltraMega View Post
I'm not sure what is going on here. Clearly the record is real. It's only one point higher so barely a new record, but still a record. It's boring news, but still technically news.

Would have been a lot easier if toms hardware hadn't posted the wrong screenshot showing the wrong score initially. Seems like everyone here except you and I are just confused by the OP, and I don't blame them.
It could be that I was confused. If so I apologize.
12-11-2019 12:39 PM
UltraMega
Quote: Originally Posted by Kurumi Tokisaki View Post
So you are saying that Ultra did not bring the validity of what was posted in to question? I'm just trying to understand if this result was real or not.

Also, I'm still trying to understand the question about posting guidelines and your comment about nothing personal?

Thanks!

Also: From the guidelines as to what constitutes news:

Things that might (and almost always do) fall into this category are:
An announcement about a new game
Intel's/AMD's latest roadmap/platform announcement
A new record overclock
A Tweet/Facebook post from a company/retail executive with a significant announcement (please ensure these posts are public as some members may not possess accounts/sufficient permissions for the respective sites)
I'm not sure what is going on here. Clearly the record is real. It's only one point higher so barely a new record, but still a record. It's boring news, but still technically news.

Would have been a lot easier if toms hardware hadn't posted the wrong screenshot showing the wrong score initially. Seems like everyone here except you and I are just confused by the OP, and I don't blame them.
12-11-2019 07:37 AM
Kurumi Tokisaki
Quote: Originally Posted by looniam View Post
i don't answer questions that are an answer to my question.

so i'll repeat; did you read this forum and the news posting guidelines?

edit: and not a good idea saying we are calling this fake:
Attachment 311244

we are done here.
So you are saying that Ultra did not bring the validity of what was posted in to question? I'm just trying to understand if this result was real or not.

Also, I'm still trying to understand the question about posting guidelines and your comment about nothing personal?

Thanks!

Also: From the guidelines as to what constitutes news:

Things that might (and almost always do) fall into this category are:
An announcement about a new game
Intel's/AMD's latest roadmap/platform announcement
A new record overclock
A Tweet/Facebook post from a company/retail executive with a significant announcement (please ensure these posts are public as some members may not possess accounts/sufficient permissions for the respective sites)
12-10-2019 05:55 PM
ryan92084 Nice achievement, not a news article.
12-10-2019 02:49 PM
J7SC back when I was young, this was news, somewhat ... "AMD FX BULLDOZER 8 Core Processor overclocked @ 8.429 GHz. Guinness World Record (August 31 2011)"
12-10-2019 02:48 PM
looniam
Quote: Originally Posted by Kurumi Tokisaki View Post
So you are saying that you don't find this interesting so it should not have been posted?
i don't answer questions that are an answer to my question.

so i'll repeat; did you read this forum and the news posting guidelines?

edit: and not a good idea saying we are calling this fake:
Attachment 311244

we are done here.
12-10-2019 02:31 PM
Kurumi Tokisaki
Quote: Originally Posted by looniam View Post
have you read this forum?

this is not news to us.

actually have you read the posting guidelines for the news section? nothing personal allowed.
So you are saying that you don't find this interesting so it should not have been posted?
12-10-2019 01:09 PM
UltraMega didn't mean to double post.
12-10-2019 12:52 PM
UltraMega Edit:

Soo it looks like he did beat the record, by one point, and the screenshot they included the article is showing the wrong score. This is the actual new record: https://hwbot.org/submission/4278190...9900kf_3143_cb

Also he used a 9900KF not a KS.
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