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Few days ago, we released the score made by Dancop on HWBOT Prime 8XCores category using the Intel i7 5960X at a frequency of 6.203GHz which allowed him to score 9793.43 pps. der8auer is a German overclocker who is #2 in the HWBOT overclockers league, came up with an [...]
Shatul Durlabhji, mostly known under the nickname “Toolius” on HWBOT.org, is the first extreme overclocker from India and is ranked #76 in the Overclockers League. Not so long ago, Toolius achieved a World Record on Geekbench3 – proving his overclocking skills on ASUS motherboards.
Dancop is a German overclocker who is currently number one in the worldwide overclocker ranking on HWBOT. Once again Dancop managed to clinch more Global First Places, this time three with the ROG Rampage V Extreme and
· 20 Aug, 2015 ·· written by AkaNe
This week, it’s 8Pack managed to set some new Global First Places (GFP) for 3Dbenchmarks. Just last week, Xtreme_Addict set 4 GFPs in 2Dbenchmark also with the ROG Rampage V Extreme. 8Pack, UK extreme overclocker and number 3 on the [...]
· 13 Aug, 2015 ·· written by AkaNe
Xtreme_Addict, an extreme overclocker from Poland pushed the limit of the Rampage V Extreme with an Intel i7 5820K. Focusing on 2Dbenchmark he pushed his CPU right to the limit. The results? 4 Global First Places set in Cinebench R11.5, Cinebench R15, Geekbench3 multicore and XTU! [...]
See what happens when you put nine of the world’s best overclockers in the same room with the latest 6th Gen. Intel CPUs, new ROG Maximus VIII Series Z170 mobos, liquid nitrogen and liquid helium.
On July 24 2015, Toolius an extreme overclocker from India set a new World Record on Geekbench3 multi-core benchmark with an astonishing score of 75115! Toolius used an ASUS Z11PE-08 WS workstation motherboard and a Intel Xeon E5-2699 v3 processor (36 cores) to attain this new record.