3DMark 2001/05 world record with X6800 @ 5347MHz

Posted on Sunday, Nov 26 2006 @ 20:33 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
Kinc has continued with his overclocking session and has been able to push his X6800 to 5345MHx, the highest 3D stable frequency yet, and set two new single-card world records using an XFX 8800GTX; 3DMark2001: 92,933 points and 3DMark05: 27,288 points.

"The card is, of course, a GeForce 8800 GTX graphics card from XFX and the processor an Intel Core 2 Extreme X6800. It's also the processor which has been the key to the new records. He has namely been able to raise the frequency to quite a lot since his last record. From 5060MHz to incredible 5347MHz."

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