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After a month of excitement, the AOOC 2014 qualifier is now complete. The results are in, and the qualifying overclockers are announced below, ahead of what will be an electrifying finals showdown, to be held between November 22th-23th in Moscow, Russia. 16 overclockers won their tickets to compete in the live finals. Final Results [...]
Source: AOOC 2014 Finals
At the recent ASUS Expo 2014 FM2+ overclocking event, Vietnamese overclocker Congthanh pushed an A6-6400K to 7699.78MHz (+97.43%) under liquid nitrogen using the ROG Crossblade Ranger motherboard.
Source: HWBot submission
One of the key ways ASUS and ROG have boosted overclocking performance for CPU and memory on its X99 motherboards, is actually reinventing the CPU socket! X99 motherboards use the LGA2011-3 socket (with 2011 pins), however with its patent-pending OC Socket, ASUS and ROG have added even more pins to provide more performance!
Find out all the details behind this innovation inside.
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.
AMD pro, FlanK3r, is back again with more A10-7850K testing on the Crossblade Ranger. This time, he evaluates the effect of CPU NB (north bridge) frequency changes on performance, between standard 1.8GHz and 2GHz in Superpi 32M, Cinebench R11.5 and in 3D Mark11.
Source: Kaveri CPUNB scaling test
Extreme Overclocker, John Lam, pushed his Core i7-4770K right through the 7GHz barrier on his silvered Maximus VII Gene, with a final frequency of 7193.81MHz at a massive 2.048V under liquid nitrogen.
Submitted as part of ROG’s OC Showdown | Z97 competition, John scores himself the cool $1,000 prize, congratulations!
Source: HWBot WR submission