Just wanted to post skip ahead build 3dmarks scores

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  1. Volteron

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    Hi sorry just wanted to post 3dmark scores on the apparently new windows 10 skip ahead build with all the performance fixes, is it me or a bug , or the drivers or does it just suck even more?

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    sorry bottom is public build before november release and top is after november release, thats with i9 7940x 2x gigabyte aorus extreme waterforce, asus x299 egaming
     
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    insp1re2600 Master Guru

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    don't understand whats wrong then?
     

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    it's like they killed Intel scores and boosted AMD's i lost a little over 600 in cpu score with the new Win updates but my graphics score went up
     
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    It's probably unrelated but there is some Intel hardware security fix in roughly every quarter year or so. I think some of the latest additions are active by default. May be one of these triggered some bugs.
     
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    It would be a lot simpler if you would just link to the results. Looks like SLI is not enabled for the second run. Hard to tell though with just an image.
     
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    Found the problem is was because I launched 3dmark with force 64bit.

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    lol just paste the link, massive is that image,

    i always tend to use forced 64bit, odd that it causes you issues?
     

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