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This had nothing to do with genius, if I have no proof of cheating I don´t block - and guys like you who behave like 6 year old and report same submission 10 times again and again should not be able to report, I agree, because you are not only arrogant but also do not respect rules and ruling :) the fact you obviously dont understand what discussion closed means earns you a timeout, maybe you learn then :)

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User liqmet ... again.

 

This time , reporting 10 year old results ... again.

 

Reporting ATI 9800 SE results , for not beeing 9800 SE.

The reason (for him) is because the are 256bit.

 

Somebody with much more brains than liqmet , created 2 seperated categories for ATI 9800 SE , in hwbot database.

 

1)ATI 9800 SE

2)ATI 9800 SE 128bit

 

Anybody have a wild guess why ???

:)

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1)ATI 9800 SE

2)ATI 9800 SE 128bit

 

Anybody have a wild guess why ???

:)

 

Those categories are old...

And I guess they were created because of the problem Ati/AMD has for years: They simply dont give a f***, how their cards gets identified. Thus those categories where created because GPU-Z said it.

Those old categories need a cleanup, need to find time for that. :)

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Those categories are old...

And I guess they were created because of the problem Ati/AMD has for years: They simply dont give a f***, how their cards gets identified. Thus those categories where created because GPU-Z said it.

Those old categories need a cleanup, need to find time for that. :)

 

Gregor

 

Those two 9800SE categories are correct.

9800SE's exist in both 256bit and 128bit versions.

 

The problem here is that "liqmet" thinks that only 128bit are 9800SE and is reporting all other results.

 

I agree with you on the general identification problem with ATI/AMD cards.

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Gregor

 

Those two 9800SE categories are correct.

9800SE's exist in both 256bit and 128bit versions.

 

The problem here is that "liqmet" thinks that only 128bit are 9800SE and is reporting all other results.

 

I agree with you on the general identification problem with ATI/AMD cards.

 

I just took a look at TPU GPU db and saw there is only a 128bit SE. But multiple sources on the internet and our entries claim there is also a 256bit version of the card. I changed the name scheme of those cards to make it easier to see the difference.

Ill also drop a message to TPU GPU DB maintainer...

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