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    Unable to parse Real Bench Results - Please report in Forum

    Results output:


    Mon Oct 16 2017
    11:13:37


    Image Editing: 89358
    Time: 59.625

    Encoding: 54936
    Time: 96.985

    OpenCL: 43706
    KSamples/sec: 8116

    Heavy Multitasking: 69144
    Time: 110.378


    System Score: 64286



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    So I had intended to use this to stress test my system, and I figure thats why it became upset. During the same period of time, CPUID HWMonitor reports these values for CPU Vcore:

    Current: 1.260V
    Min: 1.248V
    Max: 1.884V


    So I have to review my overclock settings.....

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    Hi specialedge

    Can you open your cpu monitoring program and run Realbench, then take a screenshot when the test has finished and post it for us?

    Thank you.

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