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IT Lab has posted up a 2-minute video guide how to overclock to 2800MHz DDR3 using Corsair Dominator Platinum 2666MHz CL10 memory, a Core i7 4770K and Maximus VI Impact mini-ITX motherboard.
The overclock is designed to push the memory beyond its spec, yet still be stable for everyday use. Since the kit is based on Samsung K4B2G0846D chip, using the built-in profile within the Impact’s UEFI BIOS, most of the work is done for you!
After three days non-stop Extreme OC benching with support from AMD and ASUS, 8 Pack and HiVizMan broken a new world record for 3DMark Vantage in 4-Way CrossFireX, with a record score of 97484! HiVizMan commented it had taken them 3 months to do it, eventually running the R9-290X [...]
Watch 8 Pack and HiVizMan live at the Overclockers UK overclocking feed until 6PM (GMT) tonight: www.twitch.tv/overclockers_uk
ASUS R9 290X DirectCU II graphics cards, the Rampage IV Black Edition, Corsair Dominator Platinum DDR3 and Antec PSU’s are being used to try and topple 4-way GPU world records.
ROG forumer, Gunslinger, recently cracked several world records on his Rampage IV Black Edition with 4960X under LN2 clocked at 6.4GHz (all cores). He described the experience with the R4BE inside.
Source: ROG Forums
8 Pack yet again nails another world record, with single card 3DMark Firestrike hitting 16,874, using an ASUS GTX 780 Ti DirectCU II clocked at 1.9GHz core / 8GHz (effective) GDDR5 under liquid nitrogen, with an i7-4930K at 6.13GHz using a Rampage IV Black Edition.
Need something to read on the way to work/school? The Overclocker is a free online magazine dedicated to overclocking (the name gives that part away). In issue 28, the team looks at the ROG Poseidon (page 32) and Maximus VI Impact (page 24), so check it out via the link below!
Here’s the ROG overclocking guide for those who want to try and hit 5GHz with a Maximus VI series motherboard and Intel ‘Hawell’ Core i5-4670K or Core i7-4770K CPU, using Realbench 2 for testing and stability.
8 Pack takes yet another world record: this time a 3DMark Vantage single card result of P73598 using an ASUS GeForce GTX 780 Ti DirectCU II at 1,825MHz core, 2GHz (8GHz effective!!) memory with the XOC BIOS, a Core i7 4930K at 6.15GHz in Rampage IV Black Edition and DDR3 2,733MHz at 9-12-12-21-1T.
Source: OCUK forums