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Brian@ASUS
07-16-2010, 12:01 AM
This contest is now over. Stay tuned for the next event!

Overclockers will use SuperPi 1m as the benchmark tool to achieve the fastest SuperPi 1m time. The TOP overclocker to set the fastest time with any ASUS motherboard will win a Rampage III Gene!

Online Tournament rules:



Participants MUST be registered on the ASUSROG forums to be elligible for any prizes.
Participant must be registered on HWBOT.org with the same username as the registered name on
ASUSROG.com
Participant must upload their submission on to HWbot for validation.
Participant must post a link of their HWbot submission and insert an image or screen shot of their
results in the Round 1 submission thread.
Participant must take a picture of their ASUS motherboard and insert it on ROG forums
Round 1 submission thread.



BSWRHS Rules apply. Please refer to the ROG RULE BOOK for more details... (http://www.asusrog.com/forums/attachment.php?attachmentid=92&d=1279243703)
ONLY SUBMISSIONS POSTED AFTER THE SUBMISSION DATE ON BOTH HWBOT AND THE ROG
SUBMISSION THREAD COUNTS. BENCHMARKS SUBMITTED ON HWBOT AND THE ROG
SUBMISSION THREAD BEFORE OR AFTER THE SUBMISSION DATE WILL NOT APPLY.
In the event that there is a TIE, the submission with the lowest CPU speed will win. This result will
show the user was capable of tuning their system better.
Any signs of cheating will be banned for LIFE!
You MUST have the ASUS ROG Experience Tour wallpaper set as your background when taking
your screenshot and submitting it or it will not qualify!!! Wall paper can be downloaded HERE (http://www.asusrog.com/images/experience_tour%20-%20Round%201/additional%20images/experience-wallpaper2.jpg)
You can download SuperPi HERE (http://www.techpowerup.com/downloads/366/mirrors.php)
You can download CPU-Z HERE (http://www.cpuid.com/downloads/cpu-z/1.55-setup-en.exe)
Here is a great example of a SuperPi 1M screen shot HERE (http://www.asusrog.com/images/experience_tour%20-%20Round%201/additional%20images/example1.JPG)
Submit your ROG motherboard benchmark HERE (http://www.asusrog.com/forums/showthread.php?354-ROG-Experience-Tour-Round-1)
Submit your ASUS motherboard benchmark HERE (http://www.asusrog.com/forums/showthread.php?357-ROG-Experience-Tour-Round-1-%28ASUS-Motherboard-Submission-ONLY%29&p=1025#post1025)



Benchmark Specific World (global) Records Hardware Series (BSWRHS)- In order to achieve a “Benchmark Specific World (global) Records Hardware Series”, one must achieve the top score/scores specific to the categorized benchmark under a specific list of hardware, based on “HWBot” benchmarks at the most current time under “HWBot” rules. There are no restrictions to the hardware being used except for what is noted as the restrictor to reach the top score/scores for the specific benchmarks listed.

The Goal: Set a Benchmark Specific World Records Hardware Series on ROG Forums
TYPE:Any Republic of Gamers Motherboard
Benchmark: SuperPi 1m
Type of GPU: Any VGA
Type of CPU: Any CPU
Chipset: Any Chipset supported on Republic of Gamers Series motherboard
# of CPU: One (1)
# of GPU: Any
Cooling: Any
Submitted Score: Only Republic of Gamers Series motherboard scores apply
Scores Applied: fastest time
Must be submitted after: 7/22/2010

Example scenario:
What does this all mean?
If you are trying to achieve the BSWRHS for SuperPi 1m, you must achieve the highest score possible using a ASUS based motherboard that can support a single CPU. This means there are no restrictions to the quantity in GPU or type of CPU. Only the top score for the benchmark will win. Individual records for CPU, GPU, etc does not apply (Example; p6t, p6x58D, etc), only ASUS motherboards apply. You can use any CPU for your ASUS motherboard to achieve the highest SuperPi 1m scores possible. If an i7 920 receives a time of 5min 25sec 734ms and an Q6600 receives a time of 5min 25sec 739ms. The i7 920 submission will win over the Q6600 submissions.


Click here for details (http://www.asusrog.com/tournament%20details.html)


Remember to "attach" your screen shots and images in the advanced section.


Starting 7/29/10 - 8/5/10 we will randomly draw a lucky submitter everyday of their choice of an ROG thermos, ROG t-shirt, or ROG mousepad.

Brian@ASUS
07-23-2010, 06:16 AM
THE ROG EXPERIENCE TOUR ROUND 1 IS NOW LIVE!!!

OregonSlacker
07-29-2010, 09:45 AM
Alright here we go, OregonSlacker FTW..

http://hwbot.org/community/submission/1033345_oregonslacker_superpi_4x_core_i7_875k_10se c_140ms

Boofus
07-29-2010, 09:54 AM
Boofus.

http://hwbot.org/community/submission/1033351_boofus_superpi_athlon_64_5400_x2_brisbane_ 28sec_640ms

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chew*
07-29-2010, 11:52 PM
First off none of my results count, this is for sheer fun and maybe to point people towards how to get the effeciency out of there platform.

First test on air ;)

http://chew.ln2cooling.com/p55%20sabertooth/asus%20ROG1.jpg

http://chew.ln2cooling.com/p55%20sabertooth/asus%20ROG2.jpg

69_Goat
07-30-2010, 01:46 AM
Here's a first sub on air.
Looks like chew is gonna make us crank it up a whole bunch.

http://hwbot.org/community/submission/1033561_69_goat_superpi_core_i7_920_9sec_687ms?new =true

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chew*
07-30-2010, 07:38 AM
I'm just here to push you guys along a tad :)

found some effeciency :cool:

http://chew.ln2cooling.com/p55%20sabertooth/asus%20ROG3.jpg

chew*
07-30-2010, 06:35 PM
Just a tad more. note ram divider in use.

http://chew.ln2cooling.com/p55%20sabertooth/sabertooth1m.jpg

Brian@ASUS
07-31-2010, 09:01 AM
just for fun, here is my unofficial score. nothing crazy just my home system
http://hwbot.org/community/submission/1033992_brianaasus_superpi_core_i7_860_10sec_374ms ?new=true

OregonSlacker
07-31-2010, 09:00 PM
Ya I can't get mine to boot to windows, above what I showed... Wish their was an Asus Overclocking how to for the p7p55De Pro, never really done much OC tbh and this is the first intel processor I've owned in a long while so even more nubness going on there..

Movieman
07-31-2010, 09:41 PM
Now this is just to show you "Fast" guys that there are other uses in life.
This is a 24 core AMD Magny-Cours system(2x6168's) running on a Asus KGPE-D16 dual socket MB that released app 2 months ago.
Sweet little systen and solid as a rock BUT not what you'd call a 'SP1m" machine as you'll see.;)
HWBot link:
http://hwbot.org/community/submission/1034265_movieman_superpi_2x_opteron_6168_36sec_489 ms?new


No, there isn't the Asus wallpaper as after 3 days of trying to get this submission to HWBot and finally getting this into the database I wasn't going thru that again just to add wallpaper.
Not looking for ANY prizes or anything, just submitted this to give you all a chuckle.
Last,a pic of the rig..


Last, if your looking at this SP1m time and laughing I don't blame you BUT this thing is a beast in other areas
and as solid and stable as anyone could ask for.
Had it running at 100% load 24/7 for over 2 months now and not a hiccup.
Also great board design so Asus,you got it right with this one!
All my best to you guys competing!

V2-V3
07-31-2010, 10:05 PM
Movieman, Show us your WP 1024 and WP 32M scores!

also get those clock speeds up!!!!

Movieman
08-01-2010, 12:14 AM
Movieman, Show us your WP 1024 and WP 32M scores!

also get those clock speeds up!!!!
No way to OC this thing..yet..
Wprime 32m is 4.991s
wPrime 1024m is 111+s

chew*
08-01-2010, 10:58 PM
Little fun on sabertooth with DI.

http://chew.ln2cooling.com/qdig-files/converted-images/p55%20sabertooth/DryIce/med_IMG_2832.jpg

http://chew.ln2cooling.com/p55%20sabertooth/DryIce/1m.jpg

chew*
08-02-2010, 02:05 AM
Last quick chip test on DI.

http://chew.ln2cooling.com/p55%20sabertooth/6701m.jpg

69_Goat
08-02-2010, 09:47 AM
Got my HW all switched around and made some dice runs. :)

http://hwbot.org/community/submission/1034889_69_goat_superpi_core_i7_980x_7sec_878ms?ne w=true

69_Goat
08-02-2010, 10:02 AM
Uploaded a pic of the rig.

chew*
08-02-2010, 11:26 AM
Nice.

chew*
08-03-2010, 05:40 AM
One more before i really hammer this cpu.

http://chew.ln2cooling.com/p55%20sabertooth/ln2/6701mln2.jpg

Brian@ASUS
08-05-2010, 11:51 PM
sorry whitefire but this is for asus mainstream boards only. rog goes in rog.

this is a ROG mobo, but i stand no chance in the other submission thread, so i'll just post it in here haha.

http://hwbot.org/community/submission/1035611_whitefiredragon_superpi_core_2_e8600_3.33g hz_9sec_297ms?new=true

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v288/WhiteFireDragon/computer/th_13-jpeg.jpg (http://smg.photobucket.com/albums/v288/WhiteFireDragon/computer/?action=view&current=13-jpeg.jpg)

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v288/WhiteFireDragon/computer/th_DSCN6599-1.jpg (http://smg.photobucket.com/albums/v288/WhiteFireDragon/computer/?action=view&current=DSCN6599-1.jpg)

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v288/WhiteFireDragon/computer/th_DSCN6586-1.jpg (http://smg.photobucket.com/albums/v288/WhiteFireDragon/computer/?action=view&current=DSCN6586-1.jpg)

chew, just curious, how come you're not participating? you would own us haha. is it cuz you work for asus or something?

WhiteFireDragon
08-06-2010, 01:04 AM
sorry whitefire but this is for asus mainstream boards only. rog goes in rog.

thanks for the clarification. not like it matters now, but i just thought all ROG boards are asus baords, but not all asus boards are ROG series, that's why i posted it here.

congrats to all winners!!

Brian@ASUS
08-06-2010, 02:14 AM
lol true, but asus is more for mainstream asus. rog is obviously in a different class =P

chew*
08-06-2010, 06:37 AM
Originally Posted by WhiteFireDragon

chew, just curious, how come you're not participating? you would own us haha. is it cuz you work for asus or something?



Numerous reasons whitefire.

1. I don't work for ASUS but i do work with them on numerous things.

2. It's no fun when little guys get stepped on by the big guys. I was one of the little guys to once and that i will never ever forget. I may dabble in comps but when it comes prize time I refuse them and pass them to next in line.

3. There's a proper place for me to compete but not in a comp like this :)

V2-V3
08-19-2010, 09:22 AM
Numerous reasons whitefire.

1. I don't work for ASUS but i do work with them on numerous things.

2. It's no fun when little guys get stepped on by the big guys. I was one of the little guys to once and that i will never ever forget. I may dabble in comps but when it comes prize time I refuse them and pass them to next in line.

3. There's a proper place for me to compete but not in a comp like this :)

Amen to that my brother!