Posted 04 September 2010 - 09:51 PM
I just wanted to remind everybody, that many of our favorite benchmarks, are ones that can be submitted to HWBot,
for TRP's HWBot Benching Team!
I notice that just about 2 years ago, TRP was ranked 7th in the US, we have now slid back, to the 15th slot.
I know with our very talented benchers here at TRP, and super rig's, we can get our status back, and go even further! If we just remember to take the proper screen shots, and submit them to HWBot.
If you don't already have an HWBot account, it's free and easy to create one, and when it asks you for which team you play for, it will give you a list of Forums to choose from, just pick The Raptor Pit, as your home forum.
Then start benching away! It doesn't matter if you have the Newest hardware, or the Oldest hardware! Points can be made by both old and new systems!
Most of the benches are short and easy to run, the list below contains the benches that you can score HWBot points from running.
If you are interested, and never posted your bench score before, join the TRP HWBot team, and post your benchmarks! The more benches we can get submitted, the better TRP's Team rank will be!!!
Every "HWBot" written in this post is a link to The Raptor Pit's Team Page.
So please, come and join our TRP HWBot overclocking team! It's easy & fun!
Lets get The Raptor Pit HWBot Team back on top!!!
Here is a list of benchmarks that we can submit to HWBot for both individual and team point!
If you need to download any of these benchmarks, please go Here, the download links are on the left side of the page!
For CPUZ, you can download it Here
For GPUZ you can download it Here
CPU-Z (this is just the suicide screen shot=highest bootable CPU speed)
SuperPi (this is the 1m test, using SuperPi version 1.5)
SuperPi 32m (this is also version 1.5)
wPrime 1024m (version 1.55)
wPrime 32m (also version 1.55)
If you are new and would like to join our team, but have questions, then ask any and all questions, here in this thread!
I will do my best to answer them for you, as quickly as possible!!!
Posted 06 September 2010 - 06:28 PM
I am a member of another team and still think that this forum should focus on hwbot submissions, as I see tons of potential here. You all seem like a great bunch of dudes with tons of talent and hardware. Rock on, there are plenty of spots open at the tops of the rankings, and I would love to se ocforums and TRP battling it away and both moving up the rankings.
Posted 12 September 2010 - 12:57 PM
Just click on your name in TRP's team member list ( after you've already logged in), then after you click on your name go to submissions (top tap), then look for the score you submitted, and click on the score.
Once that page shows up, somewhere on there you will be able to edit your submission! I've done it!
Posted 12 September 2010 - 02:21 PM
First off this is what they are looking for, in a screen shot for the 3DMark scores, all of em, 03, 05, 06, and Vantage!
Now to edit your submission, go to the members page and then click on your name!
Then click on your "Submissions" tab
Now click on your score! like so!
Then this page will come up, but in the Tab of "Info", and you need to click the tab "More"
Then you will see this.
Click on the little book that I circled in red, to edit your info, and if you can upload the right looking screen shot, like I showed you above!
To do this, you may have to delete this entry, and submit a complete new run, with the proper info inserted, and the proper screen shot!
Good luck Wolfy, you'll do great!!!! & welcome aboard!!! for Wolfman!!!!
Posted 12 September 2010 - 09:38 PM
Posted 04 June 2011 - 08:32 PM
We are ranked #10 in the U.S.
Posted 15 July 2011 - 07:47 PM
I'm going to try and get a little more out of the 9800GX2 but she is hard to keep cool, its begging for a water block.
I'll also do a 295GTX run for a few more points.
If anyone else has an SLI setup that meet the requirements don't be affraid to post some scores.
Posted 15 July 2011 - 08:52 PM
Dashie (desktop): i7 3770K @ 4.9 1.45v, Swiftech Apogee HD, XSPC EX360, XSPC RS120, XSPC Dual 5.25" Acrylic res with MCP655, Gigabyte Z77X-UD3H, MSI HD 7950 + Sapphire HD 7950, 1TB Hitachi HDD, 8GB Patriot Intel Extreme Masters 2133mhz, Cooler Master HAF 932, Cyber Acoustic 2.1 160watt Sound sytem, OCZ Fatal1ty 1KW, Asus VE228 1080P.
Shana (Lenovo Lappy): i5 2410M, Nvidia 550M with optimus @ 850,1000 (Stock 740, 900), 750GB HDD + 128GB mSATA SSD, JBL Speakers, 1366x768 Res
Posted 16 July 2011 - 06:23 PM
No 7xxx here at all. I'll work with the others a little more & see if I can get any more out of them.
Looks like I will have to change rigs to get any more out of the 260's.
I'm in the same boat Wolf, I have one 8800GT @ one 8800GTS and they won't play together. Dang I wish my two 8800GTX's weren't dead.
Posted 06 August 2011 - 08:55 AM