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Broadwell -v- Skylake.. The conundrum

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Re: Broadwell -v- Skylake.. The conundrum

Post #26 by Hivizman » Tue Jul 14, 2015 7:03 pm

Once all the boards are in I am sure that folks will start binning and yes I will be picking up 3 or 4 of these.

If you wonder over to the benching section you will see that MLG is quiet keen at taking on the world. :shock: And we are doing OK at the minute, currently in the top 10 in the team standings thanks to some of the exceptional benchers we have, 8 pack, topdog, nickolp1974 and obscureparadox to name but a few. However our true strength is in our rookie bencher's, the guys who are gamers but run the gambit of benchmarks for the forum team. Each time they do they add to our total team points and they are the bedrock that allows us to succeed.

You are more than welcome to be involved. I am not much of a submitter of scores any more, thing I have submitted 7 in four years. But I head up TeamGB and my aim is to make the UK benching scene the place to be if you are a serious bencher. Building capacity in novice and experienced bencher alike.

Hmm best get off my soap box. :oops: :lol: :lol: :lol:


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Re: Broadwell -v- Skylake.. The conundrum

Post #27 by oldestgregg » Tue Jul 14, 2015 7:09 pm

Well,I'm more of a gamer than a bencher but always overclock my gpu/cpu. I'm running a modest 4.3ghz on my 4770k for 24/7 gaming but I'll contribute if it helps
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Re: Broadwell -v- Skylake.. The conundrum

Post #28 by oldestgregg » Tue Jul 14, 2015 7:22 pm

Is it CPU or GPU benching we are focusing on or both? Ive submitted a half decent 3DMARK score to add and can have a go with a CPU oriented one as well. IIRC I could get my 4770k up to 4.7 before I stopped tinkering with it
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Re: Broadwell -v- Skylake.. The conundrum

Post #29 by Hivizman » Tue Jul 14, 2015 7:46 pm

Mate every single benchmark that you submit even at stock helps the team. You will see that the amounts of points you contribute does not seem very much but they all add up. 20 x 0.2 or so points makes a difference when you have a team of 30 guys benching any bit of hardware that they have for the fun of it. :mrgreen: :lol:
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Re: Broadwell -v- Skylake.. The conundrum

Post #30 by oldestgregg » Tue Jul 14, 2015 8:04 pm

Ill give it a go then. Quite pleased to get into the top 5 water cooled cards without tinkering too much as well
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Re: Broadwell -v- Skylake.. The conundrum

Post #31 by Hivizman » Tue Jul 14, 2015 8:12 pm

Cheers mate http://hwbot.org/team/team_mlg/ that is our HWBOT team, if you are not yet a HWBOT registered member then it is easy enough to join and simple select team_mlg and you are good to go.
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