G.Skill Breaks an Overclocking World Record at Computex
During the first day of Computex 2011, G.Skill had a trio of overclockers at its booth to attempt to break a world record. The three overclockers were Shamino, Fredyama, and Young Pro, and all three were attempting to break the Super Pi 32M world record. Succeed they did as they set a Super Pi 32M world record time of five minutes and 32.142 seconds using G.Skill RAM. The RAM the overclockers used was the G.Skill DDR3 2400MHz CL8 4GB PI memory, which the trio had set at 2340MHz and a CL of 6-9-6-25 1T. Their record is the fastest Super Pi 32M time recorded on the latest Intel LGA1155 platform. The rest of the components were an ASUS ROG Maximus IV Extreme and an Intel 2600K CPU. G.Skill is hoping to achieve more world records at Computex, so I am sure we will be hearing more about it as each attempt is made.