Friday, June 15th 2012

Five Overclocking Records Achieved With G.SKILL DDR3 Memory

During the week of Computex 2012, five overclocking records have been achieved with G.SKILL high performance DDR3 memory by several renowned extreme overclockers.
Read on for details of the five records.

Super Pi 32M – 4mins 44.734sec
With the astonishing G.SKILL memory speed of DDR3 2646MHz CL5-9-7-18 1T, the two legendary overclockers, Fredyama-san and Shamino have both achieved the super fast Super Pi 32M score at 4mins 44.734sec with ASUS Maximus V Formula motherboard and Intel Core i7 3770K CPU.
Memory Bandwidth – Read Speed: 32,339 MB/s
With the amazing G.SKILL TridentX memory speed of DDR3 2900MHz CL10 1T and sophisticated sub-timing adjustment, extreme overclocker, Hiwa Pouri, set a new memory bandwidth world record at 32,339 MB/s read-speed, with ASUS Maximus V Formula motherboard and Intel Core i7 3770K CPU.

3DMark 11- 31299
With G.SKILL RipjawsZ ultra fast DDR3 memory running at 2468MHz CL10, the world’s best 3DMark overclockers, Kingpin and Duck-san, broke the 3DMark 11 world record with an incredible score of 31299. This monster machine consists of EVGA X79 EVGA CLASSIFIED motherboard, 4x EVGA CLASSIFIED GTX680 graphic cards, EVGA NEX CLASSIFIED 1500W PSU and Intel 3930K Core i7 CPU.

16GB DDR3 Memory Speed – DDR3 3286MHz CL11
Using the best-in-class G.SKILL TridentX 2800MHz 16GB DDR3 memory, ASUS Maximus V Formula motherboard and Intel Core i7 3770K CPU , extreme overclocker, Hiwa Pouri, once again achieved the ultimate DDR3 3286MHz speed record with a 16GB ultra high density kit.

The Fastest DDR3 Memory Frequency- 3842MHz
During the overclocking live show at Antec booth, the renowned overclocker at HKEPC, John Lam, also broke the DDR3 memory frequency world record with extreme speed of 3842MHz, using G.SKILL TridentX memory and Gigabyte GA-A75-UD4H motherboard. This impressive achievement has been validated by CPUZ and is also currently listed as the top score of the highest RAM frequency reached.
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12 Comments on Five Overclocking Records Achieved With G.SKILL DDR3 Memory

#1
seronx
Image 8 and 10 are the same?
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#2
Prima.Vera
That girl looks overclocked to... ;)
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#3
caleb
by: Prima.Vera
That girl looks overclocked to... ;)
Yeah I wonder if they come "all inclusive".
Where is Mr Granny Glasses asian OC guru ?
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#4
Aquinus
Resident Wat-man
Last image, is the BCLK really that flexible on IVB? I was under the impression that it was similar to SB where you couldn't go more than 5mhz higher without issues.
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#5
badtaylorx
10 MHz (on a highly binned chip saved for computex)isn't exactly what id call flexible
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#6
mlee49
Corsair...

U mad bro?
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#7
Aquinus
Resident Wat-man
Heh, I wish I got paid to clock CPUs on LN2. :cool:
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#8
cadaveca
My name is Dave
by: Aquinus
Heh, I wish I got paid to clock CPUs on LN2. :cool:
Ha. As if it's ever that simple. Most of those guys work in the industry at other companies. Until I found that out, I thought they were kinda jerks, as they wouldn't sahre some info I needed...but then I found out, and understand that the info i wanted was covered by a real NDA. Dammit.:roll:


They had some of the best guys in the business for overclocking at the G.Skill booth, I wasn't expecting THAT MANY records though!
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#9
Delta6326
Congrats to ASUS Maximus V Formula for being part of 3/5 Records. oh yeah... congrats to G.Skill also:D
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#10
D007
by: Prima.Vera
That girl looks overclocked to... ;)
Yea they better hurry and pour liquid nitrogen on her.
Idk, I don't feel impressed.. Doesn't seem like much to me.. Maybe I'm desensitized.
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#11
R_1
Well, if it ain't 30nm DIMM, than it doesn't qualify as overclocable on air.
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#12
blibba
Not even using a 3960X for the 3D Mark world record? Slack I say.

Interesting how being limited to two channels doesn't seem an issue for the memory bandwidth record.
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