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· 28 Oct, 2015 ·· written by AkaNe
Dancop, the german overclocking maestro who is number 1 in the HWBOT overclockers League has done it! He broke the World Record (again) on XTU benchmark previously held by Dinos22 since June 2015, while surpassing 3100 marks! Using the same golden CPU as [...]
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
At its CES press conference, AMD demoed its upcoming Mantle API running BF4 with a performance up to 45% faster. The anticipated update should arrive very soon, and this will certainly get the thumbs up from AMD fans, who will probably want to save the hour-long video for lunchtime watching.
Top ROG nut, Chino, has benchmarked and given his thoughts on the recent Spliter Cell stealth shooter, on his ROG rig. He compares FXAA, SSAA, MSAA and TXAA performance on his Maximus V Extreme with Core i7-3770K and GTX 670.
RealBench uses real, open source applications to test your PC as it would perform in RL. Although it can be competitive, it’s not primarily designed to be more hardcore and time consuming – it’s a benchmark for everyone to test their system, upgrade, overclock or simple BIOS tweaks!
JJ from ASUS North America has got his lucky hands on the immense Nvidia GTX Titan and puts it through its paces benchmarking Tomb Raider, Far Cry 3, Crysis 3 and StarCraft II Heart of the Swarm.