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Does anyone have a haswell or sandybridge based laptop?

Post #1 by Jumper118 » Sun Sep 17, 2017 4:22 pm

if you have a haswell laptop please could you don thew following:
please enter this :)
http://oc-esports.io/#!/round/team_cup_ ... le_(3_cpus)

download this wallpaper:

https://hwbotnews.s3.amazonaws.com/Comp ... 0x1080.png

Run the HWbot X265 benchmark with realtime with pmode not ticked. then run again with overkill mode ticked on 2x you will need to open cpuz memory and cpu tabs before subbing or saving the file as they will need to be displayed ion the screenshot. please submit the best of those 2 scores and make sure the competition background is used and you upload a picture of the laptop.

For people with sandybridge based laptops:
enter this
http://oc-esports.io/#!/round/team_cup_ ... le_(3_cpus)

download this wallpaper:

https://hwbotnews.s3.amazonaws.com/Comp ... 0x1080.png

Run cinebench 11.5 with realtime enabled by right clicking on the cinebench process in task manager and setting the priority the realtime. then run a few times with keep best score ticked under the file setting in the top corner of cinebench. You will need to open cpuz memory and cpu tabs before subbing as they will need to be displayed ion the screenshot. please submit the best scores you can and make sure the competition background is used and you upload a picture of the laptop.

It is very important you have the full cinebench window visable when taking the screenshot, but it can be made smaller while running the benchmark to improve the score. See here as to what the screenshot should look like http://hwbot.org/news/9635_application_48_rules/

Tips for both:
in the windows power setting check the laptop is running in the highest performance mode.
plug it in to charge
if you can manually control the fans turn them to 100%



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