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  1. Unfortunately that is a limitation of the CLI at the moment - there's no way to upload results from it or its output files.
  2. Online submissions are now only supported from Novabench 4 (you're running Novabench 3 in the screenshots)
  3. You can rename any test in the app on the free version. I think the edit button is scrolled over out of view. Try the horizontal scroll bar on the bottom of the test list.
  4. The license at the time was a freeware license, with no restrictions on commercial use. If you installed Novabench 3 at the time it was available you're still under those terms. If you need new installations of Novabench 3, we now only distribute it under our new terms to license holders.
  5. Do you mean the Radeon 480/560, or Geforce? Despite the lower marketing name, the Radeon 480 does perform better than the 560.
  6. Seems like an incorrect reading. What CPU do you have? (different CPUs have different sensors and different techniques to read the temperature)
  7. Check if you can scroll over the test result list horizontally. The pencil might be cut off on the right.
  8. Could you export the test result (File -> export), and post the .nbr file here? Thanks
  9. Thanks for your patience in getting back to you - for priority support please email [email protected], and I will help get this sorted out.
  10. The crossfire instructions should come up before the tests run. Can you post a .nbr test result export, or link to submitted results to help me investigate?
  11. Here is some more information on the tests: If you have any more specific questions I can answer them.
  12. Could you attach the exported test result (.nbr) file. I'll take a look.
  13. At this time, the CLI - including linux, doesn't support online score submission
  14. The CPU tuning guide may help as a starter: