Tuesday, February 11th 2014

Team Xtreem ProjectX SEC Helps Set New UCBench 2011 Record

The TeamGroup announced on the 10th that it collaborated with HKEPC OC Labs again since their previous collaboration last month in successfully challenging the Super Pi 32M. the TeamGroup ProjectX-SEC memory module helped the HKEPC OC Labs to set a new world record for the "UCBench 2011" for the 1910.8 MPT quad-core processors with better computing efficiency compared to the second and third places.

The UCBench 2011 is a global over-clocking ranking and was added as one of the four new main items in the fourth quarter last year. It is based mainly on the UnRAR-crack computing engine and performs Crypto computing cracking on encrypted RAR files. It supports a multi-threaded parallel computing and processor instruction sets including SSE2, SSSE3, SSSE4.1 and XOP etc., and measures the crack instruction throughput that the system is able to process per second. This test standard provides multi-core computing and computing performance of the different processor's micro-architecture for different instruction sets and has also become an emerging item for over-clocking competitions.

The TeamGroup collaborated with the HKEPC OC Labs to work on a memory module research project codenamed ProjectX. Its main target is to increase the over-clocking performance and stability for memory products. The product that helped the HKEPC team to achieve a new world record for the "UCBench 2011" quad-core processors was the Xtreem Series DDR3 2400 4GBx2 memory module. It uses the specially selected SAMSUNG DDR3 IC which is able to operate steadily with high operation voltage, high clock speed and low timing under air-cooling conditions. The memory module was named as the TeamGroup ProjectX-SEC.

The HKEPC OC Labs had run tests repeatedly and decided to use the Intel Core i7-4770K processor with the ASRock Z87-OC Formula mainboard and over-clocked the processor clock speed up to 6.198GHz with LN2 (liquid nitrogen) cooling. The memory module used was the TeamGroup ProjectX-SEC and it was over-clocked to DDR3-2800 CL9-12-12-15 1T under air-cooling conditions. The SSSE3 instruction set was used during the UCBench 2011 test execution and it achieved an average password cracking throughput of 1910.8 times per second, making a new world record for the UCBench 2011 in quad-core processors.



TeamGroup ProjectX memory module is not commercially available models, the main function is to study and analysis features of memory ICs, modules, coolers, etc and establish the research/development foundation of TeamGroup memory module product line in the future to keep offering best memory products to end users.

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Vinska
what is that graphics card!?
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