NEW UL Benchmarks CPU Profile at HWBOT

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New UL Processor Profile benchmark added to HWBOT Processor list

Ul Benchmarks released a new type processor benchmark last week, an add-on to the existing 3DMark series. What makes this new CPU Profile an interesting benchmark as it not only tests the single and max core capability (like the Cinebench and Geekbench benchmarks), but also runs 16-8-4-2 configuration tests.

We have currently added only 2 variants to the Beta Processor benchmark list:

The Verification Screenshot remains according the standard Processor rules plus a VALID UL Benchmarks verification link are required for correctly submitting at HWBOT.

Depending on popularity we can increase the number of benchmarks to 16-8-4-2 configurations but this might inflict weird rankings, hence why we decided to stick initially to the current 2 Profile versions.

United Kingdom Jumper118 says:

pretty disappointing benchmark. thought it would be more exciting.

United States MaddMutt says:

I see the single core going like SuperPi - Max speed on 1-2 cores all others disabled.

Belarus max1024 says:

It's a good sign ))

United States FzR dontdie x says:

Its literally the timespy cpu test but on repeat for a set number of threads...

Belgium leeghoofd says:

No need to reinvent the wheel right :)

randyenergy says:

And for W10 only...

Belarus max1024 says:

I decided to run 3DMark CPU Profile but I get an error without a description. Win10 20H2, LGA2066 system, everything is enough, only videocard is DX11 (GTX580) can this be the reason? Has anyone run this test with a non-DX12 graphics card?

Belarus max1024 says:

fixed, need update driver on video card LOL for CPU test

Australia unityofsaints says:

On 7/7/2021 at 7:20 PM, randyenergy said:

And for W10 only...

I mean makes sense, it's DX12. 

Belarus max1024 says:

Everything works, but the driver and VC must support DDI version 12 and WDDM 2.0 driver, then FERMI works. At first I used 358.70 and got a problem, but in the latest version 391.35 supported WDDM 2.0 and everything is fine.

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