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14 hours ago, telemax said:

Can you create a new topic for this benchmark? Then you can edit your first post in your thread, and update the table.
Then people will see the actual information right away.

Thanks. I did create a new topic but I think we need a moderator to unpin these 1900 and 1920 benchmark threads and to pin the new one.

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18 minutes ago, MikeTO said:

I did create a new topic but I think we need a moderator to unpin these 1900 and 1920 benchmark threads and to pin the new one.

I think it is better to collect all this disparate information in one place. For example, it could be a new post in the Resources section.

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12 minutes ago, telemax said:

Hello @Mark Ingram, can you create and anchor a new Benchmark topic, in the Resources section? Then at least all the information will be collected in one place. 


I don't think the Resources section is appropriate for such a thread.  

As I understand it that section is designed for users to offer, essentially, self-created or self-discovered "add-ons" etc., which other users might also find useful.

Though I do agree that the content of the various Benchmark threads ought, perhaps, to be combined into one, and pinned, possibly in the Announcements thread??

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Here is two results. Same hardware, but GPU is different.

I have this config:

  • i7-3770
  • 32 GB RAM
  • Win 10 Pro
  • 1 TB SSD - Samsung 870 EVO


Here is my results with Gigabyte GeForce® GTX 1060 Mini ITX OC 6G:



And after change to ASUS RTX 3060 12GB OC LHR:


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