MaxxMEM DDR4 World Record
08.09.2014: The AIDA memory bandwidth world record we just posted has not been it, just yet. Ocaholic’s Hiwa also managed to crank out an incredible DDR4 score running MaxxMEM and therefore he’s been able to put up a new benchmark value for DDR4 and MaxxMEM.
For this score Hiwa has been using the same liquid nitrogen cooled setup like for cracking the AIDA world record. The basis is the ASUS ROG Rampage V Extreme motherboard and on top of that there come G.Skill DDR4-3000 memory (F4-3000C15-16GRR), an Intel Core i7-5960X CPU and the whole story gets its power from a Seasonic Platinum Series 1050W power supply. Having a closer look at the the different clock speeds we find the CPU running at 5’078.66 MHz and the memory was at 3047.7 MHz with CL 11-14-16-15, tRFC 270 and Command Rate 1T. Also again not the NB (uncore) frequency, which was at 5’078.7 MHz. Values above 5.0 GHz for the uncore are just crazy these days on an i7-5960X CPU. From the screenshot below you can also see that the MaxxMEM score was 2172.8 points and memory copy speed was at 37’897 MB/s.
As we already mentioned Hiwa will continue benching and we’re looking forward to see some more insane scores.
English by Slobodan Simic and Marc Büchel - German by William Zwingenberger, Marc Büchel - French by Marine Degli Agosti - Italian by Francesco Daghini
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