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- Elite League

683783 MIPS with AMD Ryzen Threadripper 7980X at 6263.9MHz

Ranking position

2nd

WR Rank:

Cup Silver 2nd out of 4588

1st

Global 64x CPU rank:

Cup Gold 1st out of 24

1st

Ryzen Threadripper 7980X rank:

Cup Gold 1st out of 3

Points earned for overclocker league

Points earned for team league

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Zeta R5
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Recent Comments

United States Seby9123 commented on his own score:

Thanks ASUS and G.SKILL!

United States mcmanus9442 says:

2.47v ??

United States Seby9123 says:

lol, benchmate seems to generate random numbers on AM5/TR5 with manual OC for some reason. Real voltage is CPUz voltage + .14 I think.

United States mcmanus9442 says:

I didnt think it would really need that much! lol im not too familiar with TR platform tho so i didnt know what normal vid's were

Australia unityofsaints says:

Most unreadable screenshot ever

Bulgaria I.nfraR.ed says:

16 hours ago, unityofsaints said:

Most unreadable screenshot ever

Is your monitor for ants? :p

You can always right-click on the image, then open in new tab and zoom in.

Australia unityofsaints says:

3 hours ago, I.nfraR.ed said:

Is your monitor for ants? ?

You can always right-click on the image, then open in new tab and zoom in.

Sure or I could fly to the U.S. and check out the screen in person. Point being, there is 0 reason to bench on 4K or ultrawide and even if you do you can reduce the res...

Bulgaria I.nfraR.ed says:

9 hours ago, unityofsaints said:

Sure or I could fly to the U.S. and check out the screen in person. Point being, there is 0 reason to bench on 4K or ultrawide and even if you do you can reduce the res...

Here are several reasons :D

- he has a 4K, he wants to use it

- to piss off @unityofsaints (bonus points - there is BM on the screenshot)

- everything in 'Murica is big

- because why not

Jokes aside, sometimes I bench on my main monitor (2K), just because it is more convenient, especially if it is the current 24/7 system and I'm benching on the chiller. And main reason - because I am lazy.

Australia unityofsaints says:

But doesn't a lower resolution make windows and text bigger so your logic is inverted! Checkmate ?

United States Seby9123 says:

I bench on my daily setup with a capture card, and I use a LG CX 48 as my main monitor, so 4K is super readable. 
 

With no drivers installed, you can’t change the resolution, and changing the scaling messed with some programs especially OCTool, though I have a solution to that, and a way to force 1440p, I just didn’t bother because the extra resolution makes it easy to have hwinfo (3 tabs wide), cpuz, oc tool, and cinebench all open, since hitting positive temps on this platform is real and I wanted to see how bad it was sometimes (across 64 or 96 cores)
 

Besides, the scaling on the benchmate window makes it the same percent size as on a 1080p monitor, making it equally easy to get all the info.

 

(PS pro tip, to fix how windows scaling applies to HWINFO and OCTool, right click the exe, properties, compatibility tab, high DPI settings, change the bottom dropdown to System (Enhanced). I usually do just bench with 150% scaling)

 

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