ASUS claims that their ROG motherboards boast four world records
ASUS, the leading manufacturer of motherboards in the industry, as well as other manufacturer as video cards, sound, multimedia, PCs, laptops, from a wide variety of products, announces recent boast four world records obtained by their motherboard asus rog (Republic Of Gamers).
SuperPi 32m Record
4 minutes 42 seconds and 656 milliseconds. Record obtained on a motherboard ASUS ROG Maximus Extreme V, with which was an intel core i7-3770K at 7.013GHz (62 x 113MHz, cooled by liquid nitrogen).
Record of the higher frequency
Record 8670.22 MHz obtained on a motherboard ASUS ROG Crosshair V Formula Z, which led to a microprocessor amd FX-8350 to the maximum operating frequency for a CPU achieved so far.
WPrime 32M and 1024M Record
4 seconds to 532 milliseconds (32M) and 143 seconds to 766 milliseconds (1024M). Both records obtained on a motherboard ASUS ROG Crosshair V Formula-Z, with a microprocessor AMD FX-8350 overclocked to 7206.48MHz (32M) and 7145.66MHz (1024M).
Undoubtedly, no shortage of reasons to cry ASUS these new world records, we believe that very little lasting perhaps because many overclockers will already be working on breaking them.
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