Monday, November 19th 2012

MSI 990FXA-GD80 Sets a New World Record of 8.37GHz with FX-8350

MSIs AM3+ mainboards support the latest AMD Vishera processors. In support of this fact is the recent overclocking record on the MSI 990FXA-GD80 which hit the 8.37 GHz mark with an FX-8350 processor, making it the fastest AMD FX-8350 in the world.

Additionally, the Z77 MPOWER and Big Bang-XPOWER II Mainboards have both made significant advancement in the HWBOT over-clocking leaderboards with MSI Lightning graphics cards. T0LSTY from Ukraine scored 18103 which puts him at the top of 3DMark 11 Performance Single Graphics Card scores with a Z77 MPOWER and R7970 Lightning and was the first contestant to break the 18,000 Marks barrier! T0LSTY, not satisfied with one record, also claimed the top spot in the Unigine Heaven DX11 single card benchmark.

OC_Windforce from Korea chose the Big Bang-XPOWER II and R7970 Lightning to secure his first place at the 3DMark 11 Performance Dual Card top and crowned himself with a Z77 MPOWER and R7970 Lightning in the Unigine Heaven DX11 dual card rankings! All those brilliant over-clocking achievements reflected the superior optimization ability of MSIs RD teams and performance of high quality mainboards and graphic cards from MSI continue to provide record-breaking performance in the most difficult and extreme over-clocking challenges.

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13 Comments on MSI 990FXA-GD80 Sets a New World Record of 8.37GHz with FX-8350

#1
XL-R8R
Quite the achievement and one hell of a score for 3dm11 and a single card.
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#2
Vinska
2.04V :twitch:
Still, Impressive!
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#3
Dent1
I'm surprised this thread isnt getting more attention.
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#4
3870x2
by: Dent1
I'm surprised this thread isnt getting more attention.
it's early for 'murica. Give it some time.
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#5
ironwolf
*Yawn* Wake me up when we see speeds like this with *all* the cores humming along. But I guess congrats.
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#10
drdeathx
by: de.das.dude
only with 2 cores.
Good catch. Still impressive.
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#12
drdeathx
by: Prima.Vera
Can it go 5Ghz on air?
LOL, surely but temps may be an issue.
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#13
de.das.dude
Pro Indian Modder
by: drdeathx
LOL, surely but temps may be an issue.
probably will need a good cooler with air conditioned room. or the stock cooler in canadian winter :roll:
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