Racoon hits 2563.8MHz on DDR4 memory

With ZADAK511 Shield DDR4 8GB memory module

Our in-house overclocker, Mike (Racoon) Buchroither, has managed to push the ZADAK511 Shield DDR4 8GB memory module to 2563.8MHz, which pushed him up to third place on HWBOT's memory clock ranking list.

While he already managed to push the same module to 2515.9MHz (5031.8MHz effective) during Computex 2016 and be the first one to cross the magic 5000MHz mark, Racoon managed to slightly raise the clock now and hit 2563.8MHz (5127.6MHz effective), which is just around 30MHz lower than the first place held by Splave.

The overclocking was still done on ASRock's Z170M OC Formula motherboard and Intel Core i3-6320 CPU running at 4837.87MHz. The entire system was powered by Seasonic PSU.

Hopefully, we will see Mike push even further as those ZADAK511 Shield modules are certainly made for overclocking.





Source: HWBOT.org.

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


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