G.SKILL Achieved 6 Overclocking World Records During Live OC Event at Computex 2013
During its live OC Event at Computex 2013 G.Skill actually managed to shatter a total of six overclocking world records, thanks to an impressive G.Skill extreme performance DDR3 memory and professional overclockers, including our own Christian Ney.
The first in line was the memory frequency record set at DDR3 4283.2MHz smashed by Hiwa, Christian Ney and Young Pro with G.Skill TridentX and Core i7 4770K on Asus Maximus VI Impact motherboard. The SuperPi fast of 9.78 seconds was achieved by Fredyama, Shamino and Young Pro while Super Pi 32M was done at 4 minutes and 36.672 seconds by the same guys.
The 3DMark Fire Strike Extreme score was set at 20089 thanks to skilled hands of K|NGP|N on EVGA X79 Dark motherboard and four EVGA GTX Titan graphics cards, while the 3DMark Fire Strike score he managed to get was at 31125. The 3DMark 05 record was also smashed by HiCookie, Dinos22 and Young Pro setting the new record at 70106 on Gigabyte Z87X OC, Intel Core i7 4770k CPU, G.Skill memory and two Gigabyte GTX Titan graphics cards.
You can check out most of the even on the video below.