Today`s top benchmark scores.

Benchmark Hardware Frequency User Score Points
HWBOT Prime Pentium G3258 6300 MHz Dinos22 5009.19 pps 109.6 pts 12   8
SuperPi - 1M Core i7 4770K 6726.5 MHz SHIMIZU 5sec 265ms 79.8 pts 8   6
Cinebench R11.5 Core i7 4790K 5800 MHz nfszocker 13.65 points 53.8 pts 8   1
3DMark - Fire Strike Radeon R9 290X 1250/1650 MHz Bruno 23428 marks 53.5 pts 0   0
Unigine Heaven - Xtreme Preset Radeon R9 290X 1550/1700 MHz BarboneNet 5449.17 DX11 Marks 42.8 pts 0   0
Cinebench R15 Core i7 4770K 5809 MHz nkdfactory 1186 cb 38.5 pts 0   0
Cinebench R15 Core i7 4790K 5800 MHz nfszocker 1190 cb 35.7 pts 0   0
Cinebench R11.5 Core i7 4770K 5809 MHz nkdfactory 12.79 points 34.4 pts 0   0
XTU Core i7 4930K 4875 MHz diablo1313 1509 marks 32.6 pts 0   1
Unigine Heaven - Xtreme Preset GeForce GTX 780 Ti 1496/1910 MHz Punk Sods 7089.3 DX11 Marks 29.7 pts 0   0

Competition Entries

JunkDogg (Australia) and Nvidiaforever2 (France) Extend Rookie Rumble Titles!

For the first time in the history of the Rookie Rumble both Rumble Kings extended their title. Nvidiaforever2, now a Novice, dominated the Rookie Rumble #8 scoring once more the maximum of the points. JunkDogg from Australia, still a Rookie, won the Rookie Rumble AMD #5 scoring 122 out of 150 points. Congratulations!

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Hardware news

JunkDogg (Australia) and Nvidiaforever2 (France) Extend Rookie Rumble Titles!

For the first time in the history of the Rookie Rumble both Rumble Kings extended their title. Nvidiaforever2, now a Novice, dominated the Rookie Rumble #8 scoring once more the maximum of the points. JunkDogg from Australia, still a Rookie, won the Rookie Rumble AMD #5 scoring 118 out of 150 points. Congratulations!

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Moderator Ranking 2014 Updated: Christian Ney On Average 8 Actions Per Day!

The operations of HWBOT have been expanding significantly over the past years. From a forum bot collecting overclocking results around the internet we moved to our own website with leagues and competitions and are now looking at organizing our own live events. The size of this community is fairly small compared to for example the gaming community, but that doesn't make the management a lot easier. In fact due to the technical nature of our hobby and passion, HWBOT can simply not exist without the great effort from our largely volunteer staff.

Under the lead of Head of Moderating Christian Ney, the moderating team is on track to a record-breaking 2014 in terms of result moderating. The year is now 243 days old and Christian Ney has executed 1884 moderator actions. That's an average of almost 8 moderated scores per day! El Genieben is earning his stripes as well, following at 1385 moderator actions.

Of course moderating is only a part of the work our complete moderator staff takes care of. This does not include the discussions, conference calls, contact with benchmark developers, taking care of the hardware database, developing software tools and so much more. Thank you very much for your hard work and effort, Staff! Without you HWBOT would not be what it is today!


Moderations Moderator
1884Christian Ney
1385GENiEBEN
307Massman
274Sweet
250Don_Dan
203der8auer
61knopflerbruce
58Olesius -Matrix R&D
36Pro
22NeoForce
8richba5tard

HyperX OC Takeover 2014 EMEA Qualifier Prize Pool Extended With Cooler Master Nepton 140XL and V750S

For the EMEA qualifier of the HyperX OC Takeover 2014 tournament, HyperX has extended the prize pool with two Cooler Master prizes. The first prize is the Nepton 140XL CPU cooling unit and the second prize is a VS750S power supply. To make sure everyone has a shot at the prizes, here's a reminder of how you can win the prizes.


Lucky Draw

One lucky draw winner will be picked at the end of week 1 (September 8, 2014 10:59 AM) and at the end of week 3 (September 22, 2014 10:59 AM). That means 2 lucky draw winners in total. The lucky draw winners will be announced on October 5th.


Mid-contest Leaders Prizes

Mid-contest benchmark leaders will be announced at the end of week 2 (September 15, 2014 10:59 AM) and with 3 winners in total. There is one winner per benchmark and a participant cannot win more than once.

The benchmark order in we will pick the leaders is as follows: MaxxMem Read Bandwidth then SuperPi 32M and finally Intel XTU. If participant A leads both MaxxMem Read Bandwidth and Intel XTU at the end of week 2, the 2nd in rank for the Intel XTU stage will be picked as winner for this stage.

Week 2 leader winners will be announced on October 5th.


Prize Bundle

The complete prize bundle consists: HyperX Predator DDR3-2800 8GB kit of 2, HyperX 3K SSD 240GB, Gelid GC-Extreme 10g, GIGABYTE Z97X-SOC Force, Cooler Master Nepton 140XL and Cooler Master V750. In total, that's five (5!) bundles. Fore more information, check out the HyperX OC Takeover 2014 EMEA Qualifier competition page.



The OC Show Episode #4: Computex 2014 Overview with Intel, HyperX G.SKILL Competitions, HWBOT OC Anniversary Gathering, Devil's Canyon and Pentium AE

It is only a week or so until the next episode of The OC Show features in The Overclocker magazine and to warm up we'd like to share the fourth episode of the series with you. In this episode we have Trouffman on as guest and talk about the overclocking happenings at Computex, including the Gathering, we cover the new Devil's Canyon CPUs and of course talk about the Pentium Anniversary Edition.

This episode aired 2nd of June. Enjoy!

The OC Show Concept

As The Overclocker moved to a new publishing platform, Neo (editor-in-chief) informed us it is now possible to embed videos in the magazine. He suggested to embed an OCTV video in each magazine. The response from OCTV was very positive, and quickly the idea rose to do a bimonthly chit-chat talk about overclocking related topics.

In each episode, Pieter (Massman - HWBOT) and Tim (Xyala - OCTV) cover things that happened in the overclocking community. This includes upcoming events, new hardware releases, interesting overclocking records, benchmark discussions, and maybe even a tiny bit of industry gossip. "This is long overdue" says Tim, "but now that OCTV and HWBOT are both located in Taiwan, setting up this kind of initiative is much easier." HWBOT and OCTV have collaborated on several productions in the past. The OC Show marks as a first long-term scheduled partnership.


Why TheOverclocker?

"TheOverclocker is today's main go-to magazine-style read for overclockers and hardware enthusiasts" says Tim, "it makes sense to share our content to the TOC readers first." Of course this video is also hosted on the OCTV YouTube channel, and can be shared and embedded by everyone.


In This Episode

In the fourth episode of The OC Show, we look back at all the overclocking activities of Computex 2014. We focus on the competitions of Intel, HyperX and G.SKILL and share our thoughts on the HWBOT OC Anniversary Gathering post-Computex event. We also cover Intel's new Devil's Canyon and Pentium Anniversary Edition and contemplate on what next year will bring for overclocking.

ASUS ROG Announces Winners Of ROG OC Showdown | Z97!

ROG published the winners of the ROG OC Showdown | Z97 competition we hosted from July 15 until August 15. Amongst the winners we find TeamAU, Chi-Kui Lam, 8 Pack and DFORDOG. Each of the winners will be contacted by ROG for the shipment of the prizes. In addition to the prizes awarded based on overall and stage ranking, Chi-Kui Lam also set a new Haswell CPU Frequency record yielding a nice USD $1,000 cash reward!

For more information, read the news item at rog.asus.com. Congratulations to the winners!

Check Out Overclocking-TV's Interviews With Vivi and Zzolio, Both Winners in MOA 2014 EMEA Qualifier

In episode #3 of OCTV's Road to MOA liveshow Trouffman interview both Vivi and Zzolio a couple of days before the end of the MSI MOA EMEA Class A qualifier. In both interviewed Trouffman faced overclockers confident about their world records. Eventually both Vivi and Zzolio qualified for the grand final later this year, each pocketing one world record during the qualifier.

Enjoy the interviews below!


OC4DOGE Dogecoin Community Competition Announced

From the competition organizer: "Overclockers spend a lot of time asking for and giving help. Many times this help ends up saving people's components or helps them increase their computer speed. These are things that certainly deserve more than just a thanks. This kind of free help deserves getting tipped so let’s be the first coin used for this. There are over 55,000 overclockers on HWBOT and many of them participate in other computer enthusiast forums, so what better way to introduce them to Dogecoin is there than giving it to the 9 best overclockers in 3 different competition events. To find these 9 best there will an overclocking competition with the winners getting the Dogecoin prize.

There will be 3 different stages all limited to only using air or watercooling.

  • Intel SuperPi 32M (maximum frequency of 4.38 GHz)
  • AMD SuperPi 32M (maximum frequency of 4.57 GHz)
  • 3DMark Sky Diver with AMD Tahiti (HD7970/7950 and R9 280X/280) and Nvidia GK104 (GTX 680/670/770/760) based GPUs

This competition will happen regardless of the amount of Dogecoin raised. However the more dogecoin gets raised for the prize pool the more attention the competition will get. I will donate an initial 31,500 DOGE to make sure that even in the worst case scenario the competiton can still happen. The only downside being that the winner of each stage will only get 6,000 Dogecoin the second place will get 3,000 and third will get 1,500. The competition will launch September 1st and go on until the end of September. By October 2nd the Dogecoin will be distributed to the winners. To make everything fair I, the organizer, will not be participating."

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G.SKILL Officially Announces Ripjaws 4 Series DDR4 Memory Kits - Extreme Speed Available Up to DDR4-3200

Taipei, Taiwan – 22 August 2014 – G.SKILL International Co., Ltd., the leading high performance memory designer and manufacturer, reveals the long awaited next generation Ripjaws 4 series DDR4 memory kits! Featuring all new redesigned heatspreaders in three different colors, high performance frequencies, high capacity, DDR4 quad-channel ready, and ultra low voltages, the Ripjaws 4 series is all the benefits of DDR4 rolled into one sleek package.

With a standard of 2133MHz, DDR4 is the next generation definition of performance. Also available in 2400MHz, 2666MHz, 2800MHz, 3000MHz, and 3200MHz, the starting lineup is continuing where DDR3 left off. With capacities starting at 16GB (4GBx4), 32GB (8GBx4 / 4GBx8) and 64GB (8GBx8), your new X99 platform will have more memory space to do what you need it to do. That’s not all! Ripjaws 4 also has an ultra low voltage rating of 1.2V for kits under 2800MHz and 1.35V for 3000/3200MHz!

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HardwareAsylum Podcast #43 - Computex 2014 Wrap Up and MSI MOA Americas Qualifier

Hosts: Dennis Garcia and Darren Mccain

Time: 38:56

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Show Notes


Computex 2014 Wrap up and MSI MOA Americas Qualifier

It has been two months since the last Hardware Asylum Podcast and while we strive to have regular episodes posted for our listeners there are times when life gets in the way and schedules clash. Dennis and Darren had difficulty being in the same state over the past two months and sadly, the podcast suffered. Well, the duo is back and starts the podcast off with a brief introduction as to what has been happening.

We should also mention that two months can wreck havoc on remembering mundane details like the warranty length on the new Gigabyte Black Edition motherboards which is 5 years and not the 3 that was mentioned in the podcast.

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