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  • HWBOT: Team ExtremeHW



    Hello all,

    So our motto is ''Pushing It To The Limit'', so surely we would need to be doing just that! With that in mind we are now apart of the HWBOT family. You can take a look at our Team Page to see our progress. We would love you to join our team and contribute, to find out more on how to do so, please see below.

    What is HWBOT

    Hwbot.org is:

    a website were you can browse processor and videocard specifications, and compare the performance based on thousands of submitted results. In contrary to ordinary hardware sites, the numbers and charts are not based on the measurement of 1 person, but on hundreds, thousands of different persons.
    an overclocking competition site. If you like tweaking your computer, you can send in your results and be handed out awards for best performing videocard / processor, etc. You can also join a team and compete to other teams.
    a webspider that visits your local forum (on request) and scans for posts containing benchmark result, and updates a forum post with an up to date ranking.
    Source: https://hwbot.org/news/27_what_is_hwbot


    How to Join HWBOT & Join Team ExtremeHW

    Register with HWBOT: Registration
    When registering please try and keep your HWBOT username the same as you ExtremeHW username. This is not essential but makes our own internal validation easier.
    Next during registration you will see a section called "Join Team" from the drop down select ExtremeHW

    Alternatively if you already have a HWBOT account and would like to switch to our team go to your profile settings
    Scroll down to ''Teams'' and from the "Join Team" dropdown, select ExtremeHW


    How to submit a score

    There are two methods of submitting a score to HWBOT

    1. Submit a score for the appropriate benchmark through there Submission Page
    2. You can use Benchmate which is a score validation and upload tool which we recommend as you can validate and upload your results directly into HWBOT in one go. The other great thing about Benchmate is it comes bundles with some of the most relevant benchmarks available. It can be your one stop shop.
    Last edited by ENTERPRISE; 28-03-2020, 05:55 PM.
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    Quadro 1800 (Placeholder for 3080Ti Upgrade)
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    32GB Gskill Trident Z @3800Mhz (16/16/17/16/32)
    PSU
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    1x 500GB Seagate Firecuda PCIe Gen4 (M.2)
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    1x 1TB Seagate Firecuda PCIe Gen4 (M.2)
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    Custom WC
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    Acer Predator X34 (Ultrawide)
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