Marine, TaPaKaH and Christian Ney to blame
Posted by Slobodan Simic
During the Swiss Gaming Night that took place in Zürich, Switzerland, Marine, TaPaKaH and our very own Christian Ney shattered even more memory frequency records at CL5, CL6 and CL7 settings.
The test setup consisted of Intel Core i7-4770K ES, Asus' Maximus VI Extreme motherboard with Batman Tool, Crucial M4 SSD, Seasonic's X-Series 1250W PSU and a very impressive G.Skill PSC memory. The records were set in three categories, CL5, CL6 and CL7. At CL7 settings or 7-12-8-30 latencies the frequency was at impressive 1581.5MHz. At CL6 or 6-11-7-28 they managed to push it up to 1568.2MHz while at tight CL5 or 5-11-7-28 they managed to get it as high as 1475.8MHz.
The entire setup was cooled by KPC Venom 6.66 Anodized Black, KPC Ney Pro memory cooler red, Gelid's GC-Extreme and LN2 of course. According to Christian Ney, this is not the end as due to lower amount of LN2 they were not been able to push even higher but we are sure that we will see those pretty soon as well.
Female Swiss Overclocker "Marine" at work, shattering no less than three world records
Source: Ocaholic.ch forum.
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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