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    First of all it won't run on WinPE environment because it depends on some things that are not available on a PE environment. But even if we could make it run that way we would not be able to distribute it due to licensing issues.

    At some point I plan on compiling a version for linux (once I get into coding linux versions of a couple of platform specific functions). When that happens I could make a bootable livecd iso with Realbench that would be distributable freely with no issue. Still, for benching, the read/write speed of the usb flash drive used would bottleneck the scores. But you can always copy it to ram drive or an SSD drive on the system before running it.
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    Ah..., I see. I didn't know. Thanks, Nodens. I'm always impressed by the amount of hard work you guys must put in and the general unselfish willingness to help others by everyone in this community. It's rare and refreshing and it doesn't go unnoticed. I've already learned a great deal here and it's been a real pleasure. Thanks again to everyone involved in making this community what it is. There should be an ROG Hall of Fame.

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    As long as there is far greater differentiation on scores, I think that three digit scores makes it quite tight and has to indicate a rounding up or down someplace in the process. Add a decimal and three places or at least two.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HiVizMan View Post
    As long as there is far greater differentiation on scores, I think that three digit scores makes it quite tight and has to indicate a rounding up or down someplace in the process. Add a decimal and three places or at least two.
    We'll go to 4 or 5 digits next time. I remember reading something about the early days of MadOnion/Futuremark where they discovered people just love scoring big numbers.

    Depending on time/Nodens efforts, we could run public betas with scoring tweaks to see how different methods pan out.

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    is it me or does version 2.0 seem to run alot smoother and faster then 1.1 especially on AMD platforms?

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    There are optimizations all across. Please take any v2 feedback to the v2 beta thread.

    This thread was meant for feature suggestions for v2 which has been feature-locked for a while now. So I will lock this thread now, as it serves no purpose.
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