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RealBench 2.43 does not support 69xx (Broadwell E)

Level 11
First you see this when you start:
CPU:Intel Processor - Speed:2999.3 MHz - Multi:30.0 - Bus:100.0 MHz
RAM: - 130986 MBytesGB -
OS:Windows 10 Pro
GPU1:NVIDIA GeForce GTX 980 - GPU2:NVIDIA GeForce GTX 980

Second: you get this error if you run:
"Unable to properly parse system specs. Please report in RealBench forum.

If you manually replace cpuz with the latest, then you can get the correct info, but of course RealBench views this as a corruption/alteration and thus invalidates the result.

Here is what I see with cpuz manually replaced:
CPU:Intel Core i7 6950X - Speed:1199.7 MHz - Multi:12.0 - Bus:100.0 MHz
RAM:1599.7 MHz (1:24) - 128GB - 14-14-14-34-2T
MB:RAMPAGE V EXTREME - FW:3101 - Desktop
OS:Windows 10 Pro
GPU1:NVIDIA GeForce GTX 980 - GPU2:NVIDIA GeForce GTX 980

Level 40
Hmmm weird

Could try using DDU installer to remove all grapics driver stuff and reinstall latest driver.

Also check this
Nodens wrote:
If your CPU load does not work, it means that Windows performance counters in your windows installation are corrupted. You will find perfmon and/or perflib related errors if you check your Event Viewer. You can try opening a command prompt window as admin and run "lodctr /R". Then reboot. This will rebuild the performance counters. Still if that is corrupted there may be more stuff corrupted in your Windows installation so a clean Windows re-installation is advised.

Still no. This is a freshly installed Win10 Anniversay edition, new everything.

Guess I'm not going to be able to run RealBench on my ASUS board.

Thanks for the help anyways. Maybe a future software patch will work.

Level 40
Maybe RealBench signature needs updating? Seems weird you can run other stuff and RB doesn't open...

Level 40
I have AU running here with latest RB running fine...