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ASUS Gaming Motherboards | Rampage Motherboards · 29 Jul, 2014 ·
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ASUS Rampage IV Black Edition and X79 Deluxe motherboards, in co-operation with I’M (Intelligent Memory), now support up to 128GB of DDR3 via I’M 16GB DIMMs. This is the largest capacity available for a single CPU (consumer) system!
TeamAU broke the 3DMark Vantage Performance (single card) world record recently with 76,163 marks, using: Matrix GTX 780 Ti at 1.8GHz core clock, 2.0GHz memory (8.0GHz effective) Rampage IV Black Edition with 16GB of G.Skill TridentX memory at 2.66GHz 9-12-12-19 Core i7 4960X clocked at 6.025GHz. However 8Pack dropped his backup and retook [...]
Originally posted in our forums by tech guru, Raja, this guide is aimed at those looking to maximize their overclocking and tweaking performance on LGA2011 in general with specifics for the new Rampage IV Black Edition. So whether you’re using an R4BE motherboard or not, there are some valuable learning tips in this guide that help understand the process of stable overclocking on any platform. It suits anyone from beginner to advanced, so everyone should get something out of it!
Source: ROG Forums
Team Russia crushed the RealBench 2 first place result, posting a score of 127,120 – around 5,000 more than second place Dew.
Slamms achieved it with an LN2 cooled i7-4960X at 5.6GHz and ~2.4GHz CL8 DDR3 in a Rampage IV Black Edition, along with two GTX 780 Ti.
Watch the result happen, in the video above.
Team Russia has fired up its Rampage IV Black Edition and i7-4960X again to push it through our RealBench app! With an LN2 cooling, the CPU reached an extreme of 5.6GHz (131×43). The team are only one of two people to break the 120k barrier so far! See their result submission for more details on the system, and the video below to follow how they did it.
ITLab and Team Russia have made another overclocking guide video; this time for Rampage IV Black Edition owners with the i7-4960X, although the other ‘Ivy-E’ K series LGA2011 CPUs will provide similar results.