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Twelve Overclocking Records Set Using G.SKILL Memory at Computex

Category: Memory
Posted: 04:00PM

G.SKILL hosted its fifth annual OC World Record Stage at Computex this year with help from event sponsors Samsung, Intel, and NVIDIA. The five day event saw a dozen records broken by some of the top overclockers in the world using the latest Intel processors, motherboards from top manufacturers like MSI and ASUS, and the latest GPUs from NVIDIA. Among the records achieved were the world record for highest DDR4 memory frequency at 5189.2MHz. For information on all of the broken records, see the attached image.

Source: Press Release

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Bosco on June 09, 2016 01:57

Man these guys keep beating all these records at every event it seems. :)

AkakmanH on June 09, 2016 12:40

I am always amazed when I read stories like this one.

Wonder when we, the average user, will see these clock speeds as a "normal every day" event.

Probably just around the corner............. :wave:

That_Guy on June 09, 2016 16:08
And i cant even overclock a thing in my PC without it starting to crash and bluescreen the whole system hahaha

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