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    ROG Guru: Platinum Belt Array Rockford's Avatar
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    how to run hwbor prime

    1. you need to download a java (JRE) in order to launch the jar file

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    x64 for windows 64 bit
    x86 for windows 32 bit

    http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/ja...ads/index.html (clean)

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    2. Download the benchmark> http://hwbot.org/benchmarks/processor unzip the file so you get the jar

    3. Run the benchmark, and when you get a score, open cpu-z (3 tabs)/ , and hit save , it include a screen dump ( if i understand things right)

    You now get a file to submit..

    Please check the rules as usual, if i have missed something crucial

    And dont forget to open cpu-z with the 3 tabs, BEFORE hitting the save result button..

    Bring it on guys.. kör så skiten ryker (Swedish)

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    Works even with a i5 3470 to earn a few easy points, and we dont want to miss out on them, do we?

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    Last edited by Rockford; 03-04-2014 at 01:32 PM.

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    first time i downloaded this, ?? where the hell is the EXE file..

    But you need that java thing

    if you got any tweaks to share, please do, this is the thread..
    Last edited by Rockford; 03-04-2014 at 01:13 AM.

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    Thanks! I have been thinking what other 2D benchmarks to run... this is useful!

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    yes, its a simple benchmark to run, try it..

    its both globals and HW

    i believe it possible to score very high in this benchmark with tweaked ram and cpu OC

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    I certainly will!

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    Paw please update the 1st post about it's very important to use x64 version of Java on x64 OSes. Using x86 instead would cause 5-7% score loss.

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    ok, thanks for telling

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    are you having any luck with this benchmark?

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    My only tweak was to boot up in diagnostic mode, tighten the timings slightly, and bump up the bclk to 105.2 = 4210mhz/1963mhz
    Last edited by Rockford; 03-04-2014 at 01:37 PM.

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    Its not overly sensitive to memory speed or timings, so far the biggest variance (besides clock speeds) I've seen is related to what version of Java you're running.

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