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Rampage V Extreme and ASUS X99 series owners looking to boost performance can try tweaking the cache bus frequency, while extreme overclocking users can even exclusively boost the voltage to reach the absolute limits. The cache bus frequency is the internal interconnect that loops together CPU cores, L3 cache, PCI-Express and the memory controller together, so a speed up to this subsystem and everything that needs to talk to each other, gets the message across that much quicker!
Innovating never imitating – here’s all the new kit the Rampage V Extreme brings to the table, enabling you to keep the advantage.
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 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