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Core i9 With Four Radeon HD 5870's Break 3DMark Vantage Records

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Posted: 07:35AM

The old 3DMark Vantage record set by k|ngp|n of P42968 marks has been blown away by overclocker Shammy. The previous record was held with an Intel Xeon W3540 at 5048 MHz with four GTX 285s in SLI. The new record of P52578 was set by a Core i9 at 6189 MHz (6155 MHz for the other records) with HTT on and four Radeon HD 5870s in CrossFire, with core clocks of 1300 MHz and a shader clocks of 1250 MHz. All of the other vantage records were broken, namely the Entry, Performance, High and Extreme presets. The images are in order of preset from Entry to Extreme.

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The Smith on October 7, 2009 10:47AM
Very impressive O_o I think the only setup that could potentially beat it in the near future is a platform featuring Hydra. Clocking all four graphics cards at 1300MHz at the same time as well as the CPU is very impressive.
RHKCommander959 on October 7, 2009 11:12AM
Not suprised in the least. the 5870's are cake. Wish I had a i9 though :0
mikedosul on October 7, 2009 02:16PM
Wow, I'm amazed that the 5870's would even operate at those speeds. And I love just how sloppy the whole test rig looks, like a Tandy threw-up! =)
CheeseMan42 on October 7, 2009 07:30PM
It would be difficult to pour the liquid nitrogen in while the system was in a case.
_TheAlexO on October 7, 2009 07:10PM
Wow that is incredible. cant wait to see what a few gt300's would do
Puck on October 7, 2009 08:30PM
If they ever actually release before ATi's NEXT round of cards...GT300 is still vaporware and they are having an extremely hard time getting anywhere near decent yields. Bigger core, more transistors, more chances for errors, and higher price on the silicone that actually does come out usable.
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