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Roger ''splmann'' Tanner Sets New MAXXMEM² World Record

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  1. btarunr

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    Overclocker Roger "splmann" Tanner from OCaholic.ch community, with help from Matthias "Mat" Zronek from Overclockers.at, set a new MAXXMEM² memory bandwidth world-record. The challenger broke a record previously set by SF3D. The new record stands at 30,514 MB/s memory-copy; 30,114 MB/s memory-read; and 27,497 MB/s memory write; with a latency of 32.5 ns, leading to a cumulative HWbot.org score of 2711.5 MAXXMEM² marks.

    The record was achieved using an Intel Core i7-2600K processor, Corsair XMS3 Dominator GTX2 4 GB kit, and ASUS P8P67 WS Revolution motherboard. The CPU was clocked at 5489 MHz (107.6 MHz x 51), memory at 1148 MHz (2296 MHz DDR), with latencies of 7-7-6-21, and 1T command-rate.

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    Air cooled?
    Wow I see on the SShot it is air cooled!
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    Any rumblings on when a hyper equivalent chip will hit the market? Getting tired of this whole combing the globe thing to find matching sets.
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    so much for x58's triple channel being awesome.
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    and win xp? lol, hate it so much
    blibba says thanks.
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    Yeah... how did this even happen? Surely an otherwise identical setup on X58 would give more bandwith?
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    i7's are bottlenecked elsewhere, likely the IMC on the CPU.
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    MaxxMem says CPU speed is 6313, CPU-Z and AIDA64 says 5489?
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    i want those rams :cry:
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    I could beat it lol. I'm about to upgrade to the 1155 architecture " 2600k " with water cooling behind it and good 2200Mhz 2 x 4GB sticks of memory by G-Skill. If I was to spend money on 2Gb sticks instead of 4Gb sticks I could beat this I know I could.

    Good job though to him :toast:.
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    this shows the strength of their 32nm imc's. I know the clarkdale 32nm imc's sucked ass, glad they made it compete with better setups.
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    That's some damn fast memory. Makes me sad I couldn't jump on the P67 bandwagon sooner.
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    That's pretty impressive for air cooled.

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