ASUS also claims the world record in PCMark 2005
In recent years, it becomes normal to see some product from asus that makes it possible for extreme overclockers sprayed several existing world records, being their latest record: Frequency, SuperPi 32M, wPrime 32M, wPrime 1024M and recently in 3DMark03 , to such achievements adds the new world Record in pcmark 2005.
The new record was achieved by the Austrian _MAT_ overclocker, which got a score of 63,665 points in PCMark 2005, on a computer based on an intel core i7-3770K overclocked to 6404.4 MHz installed on a motherboard ASUS Maximus Extreme V, the which was accompanied with 4GB of Corsair Dominator DDR3-2100 7-7-7-24 GTX2 1T, a video card ASUS Radeon hd 7970 DirectCU II and a power supply Enermax Revolution85 + 1250W.
The microprocessor that achieved the record was the best model of a total of 50 specimens tested by the team.
Link: New World Record with PCMark 2005 i7 3770K (Hardware.Info)Tags: 2005, amd, asus, benchmark, core, DirectCU II, extreme, hd 7970, i7-3770K, intel, Maximus V, overclock, pcmark, performance, Radeon, Record, world, _MAT_