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ROG Forum overclocker, Flank3r, has got his hands on the Rampage V Extreme and put together his breakdown of features, the UEFI BIOS, review and some overclocking results.
The battle of between 16 ultimate overclockers from around the world is about to begin soon, with live stream and live tweeting from the event floor.
To help guide you put your DDR4 to hit a fully stable 3GHz, ROG Forum overclocker, Chino, has put together another one of his awesome memory guides on 3GHz DDR4 setup using the popular G.Skill Ripjaws-4 3GHz memory and the Rampage V Extreme. It is also applicable to other memory brands and ASUS X99 motherboards as well, so don’t let that stop you pushing that memory clock!
Source: DDR4 3GHz Setup Guide
Those with Rampage V Extreme and X99 Deluxe/A/Pro systems wanting to get on our RealBench leaderboard should download our updated RealBench 2.4, which includes new CPU-Z 1.7.1 for correct detection of X99 systems.
Source: RealBench v2.4 download
ASUS Strix GTX 980 and the ROG R9 290X are currently dominating global 3DMark results, with World Records in 3DMark Fire Strike, 3DMark Fire Strike Extreme, 3DMark 11 Performance, 3DMark 11 Entry, 3DMark Sky Diver and 3DMark Vantage Performance. Here’s the full listing: See inside for the full list and results links.
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