Racoon hits new DDR4 2515.19MHz world record

Together with John Lam and Nick Shih

Our in-house overclocker, Mike (Racoon) Buchroither, has done great at the ZADAK511 DDR4 frequency challenge held at Computex 2016, by setting a new memory clock world record of 2515.9MHz for the MIFCOM ocaholic overclocking team.

With help from well known overclockers, John Lam and Nick Shih, Racoon managed to push ZADAK511 Shield DDR4 8GB memory module to an incredible 2515.9MHz (5031,8MHz effective) which is over 14MHz higher than previous world record held by Toppc.

The overclocking was done on ASRock's Z170M OC Formula motherboard and Intel Core i3-6320 CPU running at 4747.43MHz. The entire system was powered by Seasonic PSU.

The ZADAK511 DDR4 memory frequency challenge is still opened and there are about 14 hours left so we might see some even higher overclocking results but we are more than proud that our in-house overclocker managed to smash a world record and currently holds the first place.

You can check out the validation link over at CPU-Z validator, find more details about the ZADAK511 DDR4 Frequency Challenge over at OC-ESPORTS or check out more details at HWBOT.org.


News by Luca Rocchi and Marc Büchel - German Translation by Marc Büchel - Italian Translation by Francesco Daghini

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