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denbugg
09-30-2015, 05:15 AM
says error getting system config.

InfernoStorm
09-30-2015, 06:14 AM
Welcome to the forum!

Your first post is definitely a big wall of text. Would be helpful if you can screenshot some of the mentioned issues so we can understand the exact problem.

Anyone else experience anything similar to denbugg?

Menthol
09-30-2015, 11:22 AM
Really can't understand a thing you are saying

Arne Saknussemm
09-30-2015, 11:39 AM
Hmm I guess English not first language...

RealBench is an excellent benchmark and stability test. If your system scores higher at stock than OCd then I would assume the OC is not a good one.

Combining RAM kits is not a good idea https://rog.asus.com/forum/showthread.php?57038-Don%92t-combine-memory-kits!-The-meat-and-potatoes-overview

Also increasing RAM frequency to 3700? at what timings? higher frequency at loose timings is often worse than lower at tight...

Menthol
09-30-2015, 10:58 PM
Bullworth? bulldurm? Bullish? Bulldozer? Horsewisperer?
Read through the Realbench thread to learn the tweaks to get the higher scores, still a very good and beginning to be widely used program to test overall system stability

darkage
09-30-2015, 11:09 PM
it is a favorite stability test program, that's all i do with it anyway :-)
but its great and very well developed

chrsplmr
10-01-2015, 04:14 AM
I would suggest do as suggested above ... start by emptying your output folder.

How do you start a thread Here with a title like this, when we all know this is tried and true?
You simply have not done your homework, you are going to love RealBench once it helps you tweak your rig. imho
Best of Luck ... All here are more than happy to help ... Please feel free to ask.
With all due respect, the title is like saying "Your an azzhole. Who are you? Never saw you before."
Welcome to ROG .c.

MeanMachine
10-01-2015, 05:30 AM
@ denbugg and Welcome to ROG ;)

Quite a rant for your first thread, and hard to determine from the wall of text, just what is your problem?
Realbench is definitely not as you describe and is the best stress tester out there. I have used it on all the systems I have built, with great success in obtaining stable OCs.
Realbench WILL find instabilities, be they with your CPU,GPU or DIMMs, IF USED CORRECTLY.

I don't use Realbench for accolades by posting to leader-board, however it is good to be able to compare scores with likewise builds. If high scores are what you are chasing then discover some of the ways to minimize Windows system resources.

Get to know the product properly and i'm sure you will change your tune.

denbugg
10-04-2015, 12:09 PM
idk

gupsterg
10-04-2015, 03:05 PM
Before buying a ROG mobo I was a skeptic, now owning one do like it. So I'd like to think my opinion on ROG / Asus would be balanced.

Been using RealBench every so often for the past several months as a) part of stability testing an OC b) benchmarking an OC.

Scores have been consistent for same OC, there can be a small variation between benchmark scores but that can occur with any software used for benching.

Tried reading post 1 but very difficult to make sense at times of what is posted, perhaps try redrafting it?

PetrolHead
10-10-2015, 12:33 AM
Here are the results of ten benchmark runs I did on my stock system.



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63021
63504
63314
63455
63559
63399
63415
63436
63613
59284


Time
136,145
135,108
135,514
135,213
134,992
135,332
135,298
135,254
134,877
144,725


Encoding
51486
51253
51104
50874
50888
51035
50990
51322
49521
41571


Time
232,836
233,897
234,577
235,639
235,576
234,897
235,101
233,584
242,079
288,368


OpenCL
18007
18007
18007
18007
18007
18007
18007
18007
18007
18807


Ksamples/sec
156
156
155
155
155
155
156
156
155
154


Heavy Multitasking
46371
46630
46350
46705
46724
46619
46624
46978
37439
45467


Time
210,905
209,733
211,003
209,397
209,312
209,782
209,759
208,180
261,218
215,097


System Score
41119
41247
41092
41158
41193
41163
41157
41334
38543
37480



The point is, if you're doing serious benchmarking and chasing top scores, one or even two runs are not enough.
If you're unlucky, some random background process will kick in and affect several of your runs, as you can see
from runs 9 and 10 here. If we do not take these runs into account, the difference between my best and worst
system score is 242, which is less than 0,6% of the best score. In other words, the results are pretty consistent,
especially when taking into account that I hadn't shut down any extra programs (Steam, my anti-virus program etc.).
However, the difference between run 10 (worst) and run 8 (best) is 3854, which is a bit over 9% of the best result.
This means that if you only test twice and are very unlucky, a light OC might seem to either have no effect or
have significantly larger effect than what the increase in clock speed would suggest.

If you really wish to prove your claim of your stock system giving better results in RealBench than your OC'd
system, and get tips on what might be wrong, you should make a similar table (maybe start with 5 runs or so)
for both stock and OC'd system. Also remember that sometimes the quickest OC is not the one with the highest
clock speeds and voltages, but the one with the best balance.

FIDDY56
10-13-2015, 09:00 PM
I have less powerful cpu then some i see and gpu as well and i am getting a score of this: http://rog.asus.com/realbench/show_comment.php?id=9703

Did I do something wrong?
any input would be helpfull? is score correct?
thank you

Tony

Arne Saknussemm
10-14-2015, 10:28 AM
Nice score...but no it is not correct...something is bugging the run...

FIDDY56
10-14-2015, 11:19 AM
Nice score...but no it is not correct...something is bugging the run...

would you have any ideas what would be causing this "bugging the run" I will run the bench mark and see what I get. if I get the same results any recommendations in to what I could do to get a correct result? How do you know if it is a "correct" / "valid" report?
thank you

Arne Saknussemm
10-14-2015, 11:39 AM
Just have to take a look at similar hardware to know in what ballpark you should be.

Not sure what has happened there but open CL score seems to be 0...something crashing?

Where is the RB folder?