DFI DK P45-T2RS Plus scores new SuperPI 1M world record

Posted on Tuesday, Sep 02 2008 @ 04:01 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
TweakTown reports overclockers HIWA and dragonx21 set a new SuperPI 1M world record with a Intel Core 2 Duo E8600 processor and the DFI DK P45-T2RS Plus motherboard.
As you can see in the above screenshot, the result is quite astonishing with a clockrate of 6562MHz from the E8600 processor thanks to the 656MHz FSB, x10 multi and LN2 cooling on tap. Though, this wasn't possible without the voltage needing a huge boost to 1.97v.

As can be seen in this overclocking world record database, the fastest ever Super PI 1M run was achieved with the setup, ploughing through it in just 6.875 seconds. There's no denying DFI has a real winner with the new P45-T2RS Plus; it's one of the most incredible motherboards ever to grace the overclocking crowd.

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