AS SSD Rules

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United States SteveRo says:

Areca with cache allowed? :)

United States SteveRo says:

Samsung Rapid allowed?

Germany Moose83 says:

Yes, there are no rules right now :( People upload scores fully cheated with Ramdisk or Ramcaching Tools, there should be rules for this bench, regardless if there are no points!

United States NZKshatriya says:

Meh, cheating is for people who still have self-esteem. My system sucks and I don't care lol

Czech Republic trodas says:

You think that you have slow system? Try running on THIS for a change! :)

United States NZKshatriya says:

LOL. well, suckage is both our systems suck

United States unycorn1962 says: how does one Submit an AS SSD Bench score? I currently have 1 Samsung 850 Evo with a second coming anytime in the next few days. I'm thinking this second drive is gonna be dedicated to two things....OC benches and their children (and my scores) and Games, since that's my thing. I will eventually have this setup: FX6300 on an MSI 970A-G43 mobo, 16 GB HyperX Blu DDR3 1600 SDRAM and a PowerColor DuoTurbo OC R9-270 GPU, running 2x Samsung 850 Evo 250 GB SSD, a Hitachi 2 TB Enterprise (7200 rpm) HDD and a WD Green 1 TB HDD. That's the plan...right now running an Athlon X4 860K on an MSI A88XM-E45 mobo with those other items. Just curious if we are getting any recognition for the benches yet? (I see this particular thread started nearly 3 yrs ago and not a lot has been done, as yet...LOL)

United Kingdom Doug2507 says:

Simple enough, run the benchmark, leave the results window open, open up latest cpu-z, take a screen shot, go onto hwbot, click 'submit score' (top right), choose the appropriate benchmark then fill in the details and attach the screen shot file. Pic of rig also good. Example here:

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