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  1. I'm getting a server error when trying to 'compare results online': //novabench.com/view/Server%20internal%20error Benchmark Result Not Found. This has only occurred when attempting to compare/post results greater than the existing top score (3513). I have multiple tests/scores above and below 3513 with the below scores posting OK. IE and Chrome give same result. Dave Russell 3550.nbr
  2. Hitting "Submit & Compare" now produces "Results rejected as invalid" every time. I ran Novabench a few weeks ago from this machine with no problem; results are on my account. Not sure what changed in the meantime, except that I added more memory?! (Not sure how that could affect upload. . .) I also reinstalled a newly downloaded Novabench but same results. iMac 11,3 running 10.11.6. Will attach sample files. 161223_16GB_test4.nbr 161223_16GB_test1.nbr Oops, I just made earlier iMac i7 results "anonymous" so may no longer be on my account.
  3. I downloaded & ran Novabench & hit the button to compare results on line and I get the error message: "Results Rejected as Invalid. Please try running the tests again" So I re-ran the tests and get the same result. I saved the file to my local drive & am attaching it here. novabench aug 6 2016.nbr
  4. I think what'd be really cool is to be able to download people's/your saved NBR files from their profile on the internet to save locally (with the person's permission). I'd use this feature to have other people's results on my NovaBench flash disk to compare to mine when I'm testing my own systems/buying new sytems, as well as wanting to have a local copy of all of my computer's results just in case...
  5. Hello! Getting this error when trying to compare the results online: However, subsequent test running yields the same results. Is it possible to do something with it? The .nbr file is attached. results-20140916.nbr
  6. Hello to all forum users! I tested my Macbook Air, Early 2014 model and found that processor operates @ 1000 MHz instead of 1400 MHz, that this Macbook has. Is it ok? Or is there a way to make it run at "full speed", let's say it that way. NovaBench Score: 610 2014-06-22 18:05:43 +0000 Mac OS X 10.9.3 Intel Core i5 @ 1000 MHz Graphics Card: Intel HD Graphics 5000 4096 MB System RAM (Score: 131) - RAM Speed: 7388 MB/s CPU Tests (Score: 380) - Floating Point Operations/Second: 120516040 - Integer Operations/Second: 231467952 - MD5 Hashes Calculated/Second: 950974 Graphics Tests (Score: 45) - 3D Frames Per Second: 104 Hardware Tests (Score: 54) - Primary Partition Capacity: 232 GB - Drive Write Speed: 252 MB/s
  7. Hello to all forum users. I did the Novabench test and in my results is a lower Ghz then my iMac has in fact on board in realty. Only 2000 Mhz although my iMac has 2,7 Ghz. Where are the other 700 Mhz ? It's a iMac 12,2 Mid 2011 with intel core i5 2,7 Ghz with 8 GB RAM DDR3 With AMD Radeon HD 6770M Thanks for an answer. ChrisD Test 1 : Verified NovaBench Score: 935 Test run on March 19, 2014 at 08:52 Mac OS X 10.6.8 iMac (iMac12,2) Intel Core i5 running at 2000 MHz AMD Radeon HD 6770M GPU 8192 MB System RAM (Score: 181) - RAM Speed: 9129 MB/s CPU Tests (Score: 504) - Floating Point Operations/Second: 163368576 - Integer Operations/Second: 309434080 - MD5 Hashes Generated/Second: 1218351 Graphics Tests (Score: 224) - 3D Frames Per Second: 781 Hardware Tests (Score: 26) - Primary Partition Capacity: 931 GB - Drive Write Speed: 93 MB/s Test 2 : Verified NovaBench Score: 928 Test run on March 19, 2014 at 09:08 Mac OS X 10.6.8 iMac (iMac12,2) Intel Core i5 running at 2000 MHz AMD Radeon HD 6770M GPU 8192 MB System RAM (Score: 181) - RAM Speed: 9099 MB/s CPU Tests (Score: 498) - Floating Point Operations/Second: 153971424 - Integer Operations/Second: 313313344 - MD5 Hashes Generated/Second: 1231616 Graphics Tests (Score: 222) - 3D Frames Per Second: 775 Hardware Tests (Score: 27) - Primary Partition Capacity: 931 GB - Drive Write Speed: 95 MB/s