View Full Version : SteveRo - Xeon E7 2860 @ 3813.3MHz - 2sec 624ms wPrime 32m
That's an interesting way to get 10 cores. I'm just curious, why does cpu-z show it as two E5620's? Is it just messing up because of the weird cpu combo?
^^ look in the cpuz "specification" line :)
looks awesome!! now I gotta run 16 cores x 3 total of 48 cores hehe!!
smart idea :) very nice combo solution
This is so awesome, Steve! I like it as a member, I cry as a staff member ... :D
^^ could we get away with just one cpu category - something like maybe: sr-2 "Mutt" ?? :) :)
you'll be fun to catch up to stevero :D awesome runs :D
Nice find Steve :)
I cry as a staff member ... :D
No need to add some special CPU categories.
Add one check in result submit code: if multi-socket board specified then show extra CPU fields (CPU2, CPU3, CPU4 - based on which board specified).
Then result goes for best CPU category like when mixed VGA used (based on which CPU specified in CPU1 field).
^^ does the bot s/w know it's 10x cpu though?
I'll laugh if the same is possible with 4+ socket server boards meaning you can have 7/9/11/13/14/15/17/18/etc cores for wprime
^^ yes but their won't be much incentive to make the runs if they are only worth 10 points each :(
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