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I'd like to compare the results 1: of different settings of 1 PC and 2: from different PC's.

 

Ad 1: I now generate a report (to be able to look up the settings). After completion I can see the benchmark results. I'd like to add all results to the user list, however I can only find a way to do it for each result seperately. How can I add all results in one step?

 

Ad 2: How do I export/import the results of benchmarks ran on other PC's (my own reference results)?

 

I also like to remove some reference results to reduce the amount of results. How?

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I'm afraid it's currently not possible to accomplish any of the listed actions with AIDA64.

Regards,

Fiery

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After over 4 Years it still isn't possible? Comparison list is way to long and it's difficult to easily compare my own PC's performance.

Please add possibility to remove and add systems from/to Reference Results!  

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After over 4 Years it still isn't possible? Comparison list is way to long and it's difficult to easily compare my own PC's performance.

Please add possibility to remove and add systems from/to Reference Results! 

Edit April.23: Appears to be no support at all. Not even a response.....:angry:

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11 hours ago, Kees030 said:

After over 4 Years it still isn't possible? Comparison list is way to long and it's difficult to easily compare my own PC's performance.

Please add possibility to remove and add systems from/to Reference Results! 

Edit April.23: Appears to be no support at all. Not even a response.....:angry:

I've already stated above that it's not possible to do that with AIDA64 right now.

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