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tt0ne
07-02-2017, 12:24 PM
Team,

Wanted to start this thread so we can have a place to organize entries for Team Cup 2017 over at hwbot.org. The main competition is broken up into 4 sub-competitions with each sub having multiple stages. All stages require multiple entries but only one submission per competitor is allowed for each stage (so if you have a socket 1171 motherboard and you happen to have an i5 and an i7 you can't submit two entries - only one submission per stage).

This is a big event that will require team work. Should be fun!

http://oc-esports.io/#!/round/team_cup_2017

- marco.is.not.80

meankeys
07-04-2017, 01:42 PM
Here is the list of my hardware:

Rampage V Edition 10 – Core i7 - 6950X – 16 GB Trident Z 3200 MHz
Maximus VIII Extreme – Core i7 – 6700K – Core i3 – 7350K – Core i3 6320
ROG Maximus IX Apex – Core i7 – 7700K – Core i3 – 7350K – 16 GB Trident Z 4266 MHz
Maximus VII Hero – G3258

I will bench any stage I can. Just let me know what you would like me to do. Good luck Guy's If I can help in any way please feel free to ask.

AkaNe0
07-07-2017, 06:54 AM
This competition is going to be great as well - I hope the ASUS Republic of Gamers team is going to do well! To help out a bit I listed below the different benchmarks / restrictions for each of the 4 sub competitions and stages. Quite a lot to do! I wish good luck to the team.

You have until September 30th to submit your scores. Please click on the Stage to see more restrictions detail and download the latest version of the benchmarks.

Download competition background (http://url.hwbot.org/2t73uGM)

Scores Table (https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1Pp7uqmSATCmzvXpiB6wdbOWa6ixkICBzNKdQ02dy5QU/edit?usp=sharing)

Two first sub-competitions below!

HWBOT Team Cup 2017 - SC1: CPU 2D (http://oc-esports.io/#!/round/team_cup_2017_sc1)

Stage1- XTU 5GHz LGA1151 (http://oc-esports.io/#!/round/team_cup_2017_sc1/3802/xtu_5ghz_lga1151_(5_cpus))
-> 5 submissions with 5 different CPUs
-> 5 GHz limitation
-> LGA 1151 only
-> Cash multiplied must be lower or equal to core multiplier

Stage2 - SuperPi 32M (http://oc-esports.io/#!/round/team_cup_2017_sc1/3803/superpi_32m_5ghz_lga1155_(3_cpus))
-> 3 submissions with 3 different CPUs
-> 5GHz limitation
-> LGA1155 only

Stage3 - HWBOT Prime (http://oc-esports.io/#!/round/team_cup_2017_sc1/3804/hwbot_prime_lga1150_(3_cpus))
-> 3 submissions with 3 different CPUs
-> LGA1150 only

Stage4 - GPUPI for CPU 1B (http://oc-esports.io/#!/round/team_cup_2017_sc1/3805/gpupi_for_cpu_1b_ryzen_(3_cpus))
-> 3 submissions with 3 different CPUs
-> Ryzen 7-series (17h gen1), Ryzen 5-series (17h gen1), Ryzen 3-series (17h gen1) processors only

Stage5 - CPU Frequency Steamroller (http://oc-esports.io/#!/round/team_cup_2017_sc1/3806/cpu_frequency_steamroller_(2_cpus))
-> 2 submissions with 2 different CPUs (laptops)
-> a Notebook FX-Series (15h gen3), FX-Series (15h gen3), A-Series (15h gen3), Athlon X2 (15h gen3), Athlon X4 (15h gen3), Notebook A-Series (15h gen3), R-Series (15h gen3) processor

Stage6 - Cinebench R15 (http://oc-esports.io/#!/round/team_cup_2017_sc1/3807/cinebench_r15_s939_(3_cpus))
-> 3 submissions with 3 different CPUs
-> Socket 939 - Athlon / Opteron processors allowed (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Socket_939) only (AMD)

HWBOT Team Cup 2017 - SC2: GPU 3D (http://oc-esports.io/#!/round/team_cup_2017_sc2)

Stage1- Aquamark3 (http://oc-esports.io/#!/round/team_cup_2017_sc2/3808/aquamark3_geforce_8_(3_gpus))
-> 3 submissions with 3 different GeForce8 series GPUs
-> Only 1 GPU

Stage2 - TimeSpy (http://oc-esports.io/#!/round/team_cup_2017_sc2/3809/time_spy_rx500-400_(3_gpus))
-> 3 submissions with 3 different RX500 or 400 series GPUs
-> Only 1 GPU

Stage3 - Fire Strike Extreme (http://oc-esports.io/#!/round/team_cup_2017_sc2/3810/fire_strike_extreme_gtx_700_(3_gpus))
-> 3 submissions with 3 different GeForce 700 series GPUs
-> Only 1 GPU

Stage4 - GPUPI 32B (http://oc-esports.io/#!/round/team_cup_2017_sc2/3811/gpupi_32b_gtx_1000_(1_gpu))
-> 1 submission with a GeForce 1000 series GPU
-> Only 1 GPU

Stage5 - 3DMark06 (http://oc-esports.io/#!/round/team_cup_2017_sc2/3812/3dmark06_hd_4000_(3_gpus))
-> 3 submissions with 3 different HD 4000 series GPUs
-> Only 1 GPU

Stage6 - 3DMark Vantage (http://oc-esports.io/#!/round/team_cup_2017_sc2/3813/3dmark_vantage_gtx_900_(3_gpus))
-> 3 submissions with 3 different GeForce 900 series GPUs
-> Only 1 GPU

AkaNe0
07-07-2017, 07:11 AM
Two other sub-competitions below!

Scores Table (https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1Pp7uqmSATCmzvXpiB6wdbOWa6ixkICBzNKdQ02dy5QU/edit?usp=sharing)

HWBOT Team Cup 2017 - SC3: MISC 1 (http://oc-esports.io/#!/round/team_cup_2017_sc3)

Stage1 - wPrime 1024M (http://oc-esports.io/#!/round/team_cup_2017_sc3/3814/wprime_1024m_s478_(2_cpus))
-> 2 submissions with 2 different CPUs
-> Socket 478 only (Pentium 4 and Celeron) (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Socket_478)

Stage2 - 3DMark01 (http://oc-esports.io/#!/round/team_cup_2017_sc3/3815/3dmark01_gtx_200_(3_gpus))
-> 2 submissions with 2 different GeForce 200 series GP
-> 5GHz limitation
-> LGA1155 only

Stage3 - PiFast (http://oc-esports.io/#!/round/team_cup_2017_sc3/3816/pifast_lga775_(3_cpus))
-> 3 submissions with 3 different CPUs
-> LGA775 (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/LGA_775) only

Stage4 - Memory Frequency (http://oc-esports.io/#!/round/team_cup_2017_sc3/3817/memory_frequency_(4_mems))
-> 4 submissions with 4 different memories (DDR, DDR2, DDR3, DDR4)

Stage5 - 3Dmark11 Physics (http://oc-esports.io/#!/round/team_cup_2017_sc3/3818/3dmark11_physics_haswell-e_(1_cpu))
-> 1 submissions with 1 core i7 Haswell-E LGA2011-3 processor

Stage6 - X265 1080P
-> 3 submissions with 3 different Haswell Movibe CPUs
-> Mobile Celeron (Haswell), Mobile Pentium (Haswell), Core i3 Mobile (Haswell), Core i5 Mobile (Haswell), Core i7 Mobile (Haswell) processor

HWBOT Team Cup 2017 - SC4: MISC2 (http://oc-esports.io/#!/round/team_cup_2017_sc4)

Stage1 - GPUPI 100M (http://oc-esports.io/#!/round/team_cup_2017_sc4/3820/gpupi_100m_lga2011-3_(3_cpus))
-> 3 submissions with 3 different LGA2011-3 CPUs

Stage2 - 3DMark03 (http://oc-esports.io/#!/round/team_cup_2017_sc4/3821/3dmark03_am2_hd3000_(1))
-> 1 submission with HD 3000 series GPUs
-> Only 1 GPU
-> Only use Socket AM2 processor

Stage3 - Cinebench R11.5 (http://oc-esports.io/#!/round/team_cup_2017_sc4/3822/cinebench_r11.5_sandy_bridge_mobile_(3_cpus))
-> 3 submissions with 3 different Sandy Bridge Mobile processors
-> Mobile Celeron (Sandy Bridge), Mobile Pentium (Sandy Bridge), Core i3 Mobile (Sandy Bridge), Core i5 Mobile (Sandy Bridge), Core i7 Mobile (Sandy Bridge) processor

Stage4 - Fire Strike (http://oc-esports.io/#!/round/team_cup_2017_sc4/3823/fire_strike_sandy_bridge-e_gtx_400_(1))
-> 1 submission with a GeForce 400 series GPU
-> Only 1 GPU
-> Only use socket LGA2011 processors

Stage5 - 3DMark Vantage (http://oc-esports.io/#!/round/team_cup_2017_sc4/3824/3dmark_vantage_lga1155_hd6000_(2_gpus))
-> 2 submissions with 2 different HD 6000 series GPUs
-> Only 1 GPU
-> Only use LGA 1155 processors

Stage6 - Geekbench3 (http://oc-esports.io/#!/round/team_cup_2017_sc4/3825/geekbench3_lga1150_(3_cpus))
-> 3 submissions with 3 different LGA 1150 processors

Good luck!!

meankeys
07-07-2017, 09:28 AM
Thank You AkaNe

This will help us big time

tt0ne
07-07-2017, 03:34 PM
yes, thank you - that is way easier than all the sublinks you have to click on to get that information via hwbot.org.

tt0ne
07-07-2017, 04:06 PM
Also, I think for right now we should just go ahead and do as many as we can from whoever is qualified to do any of the stages - especially some of the more obscure ones. As we fill in each stage we can then start to figure out our strategy - although I'm not if some of these stages has the score based on the top 1 - 5 submissions or if it applies to the first 1 - 5 in order of submission... not sure I'm explaining what I mean but does it make sense?

jab383
07-09-2017, 11:22 PM
The number of submissions are taken from highest scores, complicated by consideration of only one submission per hardware model and one submission per competitor.

Say I submit two GPUPI scores with a GTX 1080 and one with a GTX 1060 (which I am very likely to do.) Also say ttOne submits one with a GTX1080 ti. One of my 1080 scores will be higher that the other and higher than the 1060 score. The higher 1080 score will count regardless of which was submitted first. The other can't count because there is a higher 1080 score. The 1080ti score will surely be higher than the 1080, but both count because those are different GPU models and were submitted by different competitors. The 1060 score will not count because I already count the 1080. When someone beats my 1080 score, the 1060 score could count if it is the team's top 1060 score and in the team's top five scores for the stage. None of that has anything to do with the order of submissions as long as they are in before the contest closes.

All this selecting of higher scores, one representative of a hardware model and one submission per competitor is done by HWBOT programming as the scores are submitted.

The stages I can do:
XTU 5GHz with 6700K, 7700K andd7350K -- M9A
HWBOT Prime with 4970K, 4770K and G3258 -- M6E
GPUPI 32B with GTX 1080 and GTX 1060 -- M9A?
3DMark Vantage with GTX 980 -- R5E10
Memory Frequency with DDR4 and DDR3 -- M9A and M6E
3DMark11 Physics with 5820K (Haswell, not Broadwell) -- R5E10
GPUPI for CPU 100m with 6950X and 5820K -- R5E10
Geekbench3 with 4970K, 4770K and G3258 -- M6E

I can submit more than once in many of these stages, but only one will count. That's one reason I'm glad this is a team contest. The other is that I can't cover even half of the stages. It'll be fun watching teammates come up with scores for stages I can't touch.

AkaNe0
07-10-2017, 02:43 AM
In order to follow the best scores of the team, I reorganized all the stages and restrictions in a google sheet. Everyone from the team is welcome to edit the document.

Follow the scores and Edit your submission (https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1Pp7uqmSATCmzvXpiB6wdbOWa6ixkICBzNKdQ02dy5QU/edit?usp=sharing)

tt0ne
07-10-2017, 08:07 AM
Thanks for the explanation, Jab. I just wanted to make sure that someone couldn't submit an entry and lock us into a situation where a better score couldn't be submitted but I see now that is not the case.

jab383
07-10-2017, 05:25 PM
That sort of lock-in can be subtle. We can always submit better scores, but may not want to. It happened in the ROG team contest that I had a better score for BCLK freq, but if submitted, it would knock out two other scores - one of mine and one of the hardware model - such that the team score would go down.

jab383
09-01-2017, 07:52 PM
I've done all I have the means to do. See AkaNe's post #3 and the score table linked there. Notice how many entries we are short. Everyone feel free to fill in what you can, including beating the scores already posted.