Monday, March 7th 2011

New Single-Processor 3DMark Vantage Record Set

Overclockers Elmor and kinc last gathered to set a singl-card 3DMark Vantage world record, the duo and SF3D got together in Sweden to set another record, of the highest multi-GPU 3DMark Vantage score with a single processor. Vantage multi-GPU records are lead by multi-processor (dual LGA1366) setups. The team achieved a Vantage score of P75892 points. For this feat, the team used a single Intel Core i7-990X Extreme Edition processor 6213 MHz (177.5 MHz x 35.0) with all cores and threads enabled, backed by 4 GB of dual-channel memory by ADATA clocked at 887.5 MHz (actual), running on ASUS Rampage III Extreme motherboard with ROG Xpander to enable 4-way SLI capability.

Leading the graphics department were four ASUS GTX 580 DirectCu graphics cards clocked at 1105/1301/2210 MHz (core/shader/memory). The setup was powered by two Antec HCP 1200W PSUs. Liquid nitrogen cooling was the weapon of choice, the CPU was cooled by SF3D OC Inflection Point LN2 evaporator, and four Kingpin Tek-9 6 Slim evaporators for the graphics cards.

Source: XtremeSystems Forums
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12 Comments on New Single-Processor 3DMark Vantage Record Set

#1
newfellow
Now that setup looks more damn like it, heh.

:toast:
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#2
Chewers
Wow.. i knew it will be stunning result - but this is OMG - awesome.
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#3
wolf
Performance Enthusiast
that is honking fast, good work Elmor and kinc!
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#4
SvB4EvA
I dont know why, but i giggled when I saw a DVI to VGA adapter.

Good job as usual Elmor and kinc!
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Arrakis+9
by: SvB4EvA
I dont know why, but i giggled when I saw a DVI to VGA adapter.

Good job as usual Elmor and kinc!
because they're most likely using a 15 or 17 inch flat pannel
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#6
OneCool
6.2ghz thats insane but very :cool:
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#8
Hayder_Master
i guess they could have more scores if they use better rams like corsair GTX-2 series
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#9
yogurt_21
wow 6.2GHZ on 6 cores is impressive.
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#10
Isenstaedt
by: SvB4EvA
I dont know why, but i giggled when I saw a DVI to VGA adapter.
I giggled when I saw the a red wire... ?
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