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World-wide extreme overclockers have already used the Rampage V Extreme to break a huge number of world records on day 1 of X99!
The world records are all linked inside, but key scores include 6.438GHz CPU top frequency, 6.226GHz on all 8 cores of the i7-5960X and over 4GHz clocked on DDR4, in addition to a flood of 3DMark and Catzilla results across single GPU, 2-, 3-, and 4-way multi-GPU scenarios – see inside for full details. Congrats to overclockers 8Pack, Wizerty, Hazzan, Gunslinger, Slamms, and Elmor.
The X99 Deluxe is ASUS’ super-premium X99 motherboard for gamers and professionals, packed to the brim with features. As you’d expect from a Deluxe, it focuses on features, which are listed quickly below, but further details can be found in the press release inside and forthcoming articles right, here on the ROG site.
Source: X99 Deluxe Product Page
The FX-8370 has only just been eeked out the door, and already Finnish overclocker The Stilt has pushed it within licking distance of 9GHz, breaking Andre Yang’s 2-year hold on the CPU frequency record, with his FX-8370 frequency hitting 8722.78MHz (+164.77% over stock speeds), also using the Crosshair V Formula-Z motherboard.
Source: HWBot WR submission
Get some Mini-ITX magic as we dive into the new Maximus VII Impact. Dig the density of its hardware, and build a PC that packs a neat mPCIe Combo card, combining M.2 PCI-E x4 that delivers up to 32Gbps throughput and a bundled 802.11ac Wi-Fi adapter. Together with up to 16GB of DDR3, SupremeFX quality audio and overclocking performance like you’re using a full ATX board, build small, but accept no compromise.
So you’ve bought yourself a Crossblade Ranger and an A10-7850K to go with it: now it’s time to turn up the dials! Here is ROG’s guide with some CrossBlade ranger overclocking tips that covers a basic OC to finding the limits for benchmarking.