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Default Re: How to bench Sandy, Ivy, Haswell and Broadwell CPUS if 6.4.x becomes mandatory ...?

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Default Re: How to bench Sandy, Ivy, Haswell and Broadwell CPUS if 6.4.x becomes mandatory ...?

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dude, no offense, but why do you insist on using win 7 so hard? It's already out of standard support by MS, so no surprise that vendors (Intel/AMD) and software developers keep focusing on newer OSes, 8.1 and above, and this seems to be the case.
Because every other bench must be run in win 7 on this platform?
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Default Re: How to bench Sandy, Ivy, Haswell and Broadwell CPUS if 6.4.x becomes mandatory ...?

I don't remember that Important! Windows 8/8.1/10 Allowed on Skylake + Clarification on Engineering Hardware was changed, which clearly states that 8/8.1/10 is allowed for XTU. We're talking XTU here, not all benches.
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Default Re: How to bench Sandy, Ivy, Haswell and Broadwell CPUS if 6.4.x becomes mandatory ...?

Win7 support will end 2020.
Xp is still used here as well as vista and 7.
I tried win10 pro 32 and got worse scores on xtu than on w7. Plus i find the GUI ugly and the os is heavy.
In companies everybody is on 7...

The issue is to fibd out if the new newer xtu version will force to be on win10 or not...

From what i see, sandy stops at xtu 5.2 x, ivy at 6.0.x when on win7
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Default Re: How to bench Sandy, Ivy, Haswell and Broadwell CPUS if 6.4.x becomes mandatory ...?

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K I crosschecked

fresh install windows 8.1 (latest MSDN version) 32 and 64bit

2600K on MVE

32bit: 813
64bit: 806

3570K on MVE

32bit: 813
64bit: 809

4790K on OCF

32bit: 1112
64bit: 1110

Uploaded the 2600K via the bot, works fine
Thanks mate :-)

Curious to see if i screwed up on win7 or if other users have the same issues...
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With win7 you need KB3033929 update.
It to fix the driver signing error.
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Default Re: How to bench Sandy, Ivy, Haswell and Broadwell CPUS if 6.4.x becomes mandatory ...?

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I don't remember that Important! Windows 8/8.1/10 Allowed on Skylake + Clarification on Engineering Hardware was changed, which clearly states that 8/8.1/10 is allowed for XTU. We're talking XTU here, not all benches.
Making a win10 install solely for xtu when most other benches are on win7....

Xtu 6.4.1.12 running on all cpu generations on windows 7 needs to be fixed, at least i will strive for that on my pc.
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They won't fix it. Forward >to> W10 + XTU method is NOT to support old OS.
In a way Intel & partners like m$ will try force your upgrade path sooner.

Research " zeffy patch " for your Win7 fix. Let me know what you did if it works.
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Xtu 6.4.1.12 ... does this support nonK Skylake? If NOT ... selling them off
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Making a win10 install solely for xtu when most other benches are on win7....
Welcome to 2016, where each benchmark almost needs a dedicated OS to get best performance...

Try latest Win8.1 32bit mate, not sure if Win7 is always the way to go. In my book for XTU 8.1 is way more consistant in output. With 10 I always experience sudden drop in performance forcing me to reinstall to get the efficiency back.
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They won't fix it. Forward >to> W10 + XTU method is NOT to support old OS.
In a way Intel & partners like m$ will try force your upgrade path sooner.

Research " zeffy patch " for your Win7 fix. Let me know what you did if it works.
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Xtu 6.4.1.12 ... does this support nonK Skylake? If NOT ... selling them off

XTU not recognizing the cpu all boils down to the digitally signed driver...!!!

Pressing F8 at startup, you can disable it and install XTU. Now the cpu is recognizzed on thre latest version of windows. I need to do the digitally aigned driver permanently now ...!
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