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    Quote Originally Posted by Nodens View Post
    There I rephrased it.
    Thanks mate, you had me damn confused thinking there was a specific order to install drivers when wanting to use iGPU and Nvid & ATI cards

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    Well, last night was the first chance I had to really push the Sabertooth 55i system since I originally built it a couple years ago. I was using RealBench to test clocks. I was pleasantly surprised at the power this ***** puts out. I had under estimated it. Comparing clock to clock, it seems on par with the 3770K, and just a hair under a X58 i7-930.
    What is crazy about this is the memory used is a 16GB Kit of Corsair Dominator Platinum 2400 from my X79 system. The highest I have been able to clock the Dominator in the X79 (3930K, RIVF) was 2375mhz. XMP is a no go with X79. XMP under 55i will set 2340mhz and clocked as high as 2425mhz, but would crash when load applied. 2410mhz was stable.



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    Here is mine... Run 1, sorta off kelter for me though.. Have to do better. This is my warmup..

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    Now, The voltage on the Core, we all know isn't correct... So.. yea This is my best run thus far. I like this version better than the other one Ihope they continue to upgrade this benching software... this is really a neat piece of software... deff thumbs uP!

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    Any chance of making a 12 and 24 hour option for the stress test?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Matt_G View Post
    Any chance of making a 12 and 24 hour option for the stress test?
    To be honest you shouldn't need more than 8 hours. The stress test goes well beyond other stress-tests out there.

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    Uploading of saved results (.rbr) is now possible. http://rog.asus.com/realbench/

    You can test it now guys If everything is working fine RB2 will get out of beta shortly!
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    Quote Originally Posted by MarshallR@ASUS View Post
    To be honest you shouldn't need more than 8 hours. The stress test goes well beyond other stress-tests out there.
    That may be, but the old standard was 24 hour Prime95 stable. If you folks truly want this app to be the new standard, a 24 hour option is dictated.
    Just saying...

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    24 hours cooking your CPU with Prime95 was never a standard. It was user opinion based on lack of better knowledge and was propagated from user to user. Others claimed 12 hours others a whole week of Prime95.

    The point of RB's stress test is to actually test your system without having to cook your CPU and while offering better testing that what is already out there. 24 hours are not needed. It's not a standard and it will never be a standard. Even 8 hours is too much. The standard for RB2 is a couple of hours.

    Prime95 only tests CPU/RAM/Cache. RB2 will also load all available GPUs (including IGP if it's there) AND File I/O hence it also stresses your PSU since everything is loaded. It stresses all subsystems, without cooking your CPU and loads are shifted asynchronously which also tests heavily load-idle transitions.

    So you can go back to cooking your CPU with Prime95 for whatever hours which shows nothing about stability other than ability to pass Prime95 for said hours (and possibly crash later while playing a game as countless users have experienced--since the game will load the graphics subsystem something you have not tested at all), or you can use RB2's ST for a couple of hours and call it a day. Your call I won't add 24hour option because it's absolutely pointless.
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