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- Elite League

16.9 points with Intel Core i7 7700K at 6888MHz

Ranking position

1693rd

WR Rank:

1693rd out of 2724

13th

Global 4x CPU rank:

13th out of 1932

2nd

Core i7 7700K rank:

Cup Silver 2nd out of 230

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United States Splave commented on his own score:

Direct Die + Ramen Scatter Benching

United States GtiJason says:

Amazing

Japan Hideo says:

Nice one!!!

Canada marc0053 says:

So nice!!

South Africa Vivi says:

amazing man

Russian Federation _12_ says:

Great WR!

France Martin White says:

Awesome :o

Romania Alex@ro says:

great work actually

United Kingdom Hakaru says:

The block you made looks fantastic. really nice done on that one.

United States Splave says:

thanks guys :D

France rockeur.alexis says:

Congratz Allen let's go for more :D

Netherlands 5erveD says:

This is just insane!

Germany Dancop says:

damn...I need that for 32m :D Great work Allen

websmile says:

Interesting, I know of quite a lot of direct die experiments that failed, seems yours works good - but it seems it is load limited when I see results? The higher load at benchmark is the more difficult it is? Anyway, it is awesome to see people like you going new ways to max out :)

United States Strong Island says:

crazy scores, nice job

United States bigblock990 says:

Interesting, I know of quite a lot of direct die experiments that failed, seems yours works good - but it seems it is load limited when I see results? The higher load at benchmark is the more difficult it is? Anyway, it is awesome to see people like you going new ways to max out :)

 

Two limiting factors still exist with direct die. Thermal paste, and physical size of die. Direct die lessens the temp delta but there is still a delta. The higher the load the larger the delta is, just the same as with IHS.

United States Splave says:

Interesting, I know of quite a lot of direct die experiments that failed, seems yours works good - but it seems it is load limited when I see results? The higher load at benchmark is the more difficult it is? Anyway, it is awesome to see people like you going new ways to max out :)

 

Actually web the harder the bench is ie r15 geek xtu. The more clocks I'm gaining over conventional ihs. I don't expect to see any gain at pifast 1m or cpuz and maybe minimal gains at 32m.

 

Excited to play some wprimes next week!

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