Points awarded for your overclocking achievements.

The HWBoints algorithm was brought into life to assign a score to an overclocking effort. The points are based on how well you score compared to other overclockers, and how many competitors there are. For example, you will receive much more points for being first with a popular Intel Core7 i920, than a more exotic Intel Xeon 5540 server processor.


Saturday, 9 August

Norway Maximous

Lost -0.37 hardware points for the Cinebench R11.5 Core 2 Q6600 (2.4Ghz) submission.

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Norway Maximous

Cinebench R11.5 submission with a Core 2 Q6600 (2.4Ghz) changed from hardware rank 4 to 5.

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Monday, 21 July

Norway Maximous

UCBench 2011 submission with a Core 2 E8600 (3.33Ghz) changed from global rank 19 to 20.

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Sunday, 20 July

Norway Maximous

UCBench 2011 submission with a Core 2 E8600 (3.33Ghz) changed from global rank 18 to 19.

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Saturday, 5 July

Norway Maximous

HWBOT Prime submission with a Core 2 E8600 (3.33Ghz) changed from global rank 19 to 20.

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Norway Maximous

HWBOT Prime submission with a Core 2 E8600 (3.33Ghz) changed from global rank 18 to 19.

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Thursday, 3 July

Norway Maximous

HWBOT Prime submission with a Core 2 E8600 (3.33Ghz) changed from global rank 17 to 18.

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Norway Maximous

HWBOT Prime submission with a Core 2 E8600 (3.33Ghz) changed from global rank 16 to 17.

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Sunday, 15 June

Norway Maximous

Lost -0.44 hardware points for the Cinebench R11.5 Core 2 Q6600 (2.4Ghz) submission.

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Norway Maximous

Cinebench R11.5 submission with a Core 2 Q6600 (2.4Ghz) changed from hardware rank 3 to 4.

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