Updated 17th September 2013: Corrections were made to scores achieved after the event. The pro-overclockers at the OC Main Event in San Francisco have finished their overclocking efforts and have achieved five new world records! All were set using the Core i7-4960X, the Rampage IV Black Edition and Corsair Vengeance Extreme memory. The records list is as follows: 2D Benchmark

  • Coolice & Dumo – Highest quad-channel memory frequency – 3,900MHz
  • Fugger & Raja – Cinebench – 17.65 points (6 cores category with Core i7 4670X specifically). Clarification: It was not in the overall fastest in the 6 core category, however, thanks to the Italian overclocker who still used an ROG motherboard to achieve the score of 18.01!

3D Benchmarks (4-ways SLI GTX Titan)

  • 8 Pack, Gunslinger, Rbuass and Shamino  - 3DMark 11 Entry – E38231 E392443DMark 11 Performance – P39231 P39629 and 3DMark Firestrike – 32268 33704
Update: After Party OC Results:
Single Titan Fire Strike Extreme: 7278 marksSLI Titan on Firestrike Extreme World Record: 12801SLI Titan 3DMark 11 World Record: 31205 marks SLI Titan Firestrike 2nd Place: 24453 marks SLI Titan 3DMark Vantage 2nd Place: 86787 marks  
Fugger – XTU (6x Core) - 1835