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Weird, the only category you are higher is the video, which is strange. I even have a higher weighted score, but yet you are in the top 2%. Shouldn't even be close?????

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No, look under rankings.. its your internet that is bringing you waaay down! My video card is seriously OC as well

 

My internet speed is 120 up and 10 down

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Internet we both have the same weighted score 200. Big difference is video, I have 2783 to your 5355. Do not know why the big difference there.

 

 

Also the last stat on the page: My video: 696 Yours: 1339

 

Yet 3d: My 3D: 44153 Yours: 32525

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Do a Unigen benchmark.. try that

 

Also, Ive heard nothing but bad things with the 299 platform.. something is holding your back

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Ok, will give it a go.

 

My personal experience with the X299 platform is nothing but positive so far. Got a Time Spy score of 10,327 : http://www.3dmark.com/spy/2185854hitting 4.5GHz on all 10 cores.

 

I believe where there are problems lie with the others needing to catch up to the X299 platform. Of course could be totally wrong there.

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Im sure it is good.. just the reviews, etc. Knowing myself, I may upgrade soon, just because lol

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the 2d score difference is down to screen resolution difference. Rmegi7 is running a lower screen resolution at 1920x1080 so will score higher in the pit test video score and that's why the pit test is not really a reliable test for comparing a systems performance. you can score a lot more video points just by running low resolution and low bit colour.

 

they are both very very nice systems and i'm totally envious of you both. :clap:

 

:b33r:

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Here's my results from Cinebench, ran cpu and gpu twice for good measure:

 

CPU: <a href='http://i.imgur.com/die22n8' title=''><img src='http://i.imgur.com/die22n8.jpg' alt='' title='Hosted by imgur.com' /></a>

 

GPU: <a <a href='http://i.imgur.com/lz1zWJH' title=''><img src='http://i.imgur.com/lz1zWJH.jpg' alt='' title='Hosted by imgur.com' /></a>

 

Actually running Win 10 Home 64bit, dont know why test results say Win 8.

 

P.S. Got rid of other links and got the right ones in. Got rid of photobucket and figuring out new one.

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Oh man.. I dont need to run it.. we know his system out shines mine by miles lol -

 

What monitor do you use? I have the ASUS 27" 144hz / 1080p 1ms

 

Did some BF4 gameplay a while back..

 

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:woot::yikes:

 

Are you on Steam or Origin? My steam acct is

 

LONERANGER®

 

Origin is

 

LONERANGERTX

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No, not into mp war games at all. Young mans game. I am old man, lol, 66 years old, or as I like to say 46 and 240 months. Big fan of TDU2 and the Fallout series though. Accepted your friend request, kool.

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NO NO NO!! Never to old! I just turned 56 myself! TDU and Fallout? Hmm, may have to look into it!

 

Oh, I just looked lol, that's way to slow for me

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TDU2 is not slow when cruising down the road at 180 plus through traffic and fallout 4 keeps you on your toes too. Granted neither one is run and gun, (maybe fo4 at times). Older games but good games, like fo3 and gta:sa.

 

Heck, my first tv computer game was pong, then upgraded to intellivision. First computer games were Ripper (cool Blue Oyster Cult song Reaper), Zork Nemisis and Inquisitor and 11th Hour. Like over 20 years ago.

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