12 Overclocking Records Set at G.Skill OC World Record Stage
This year, G.Skill held their 5th annual G.Skill OC World Record stage at Computex and what we got out of the event was simply amazing. Over the course of one week, a series of 12 records across 8 benchmarks were broken. Loads of records were broken and loads were said to say the very least and we got to see amazing numbers.
Overclocker, Splave managed to get some G.Skill’s DDR4 RAM to a frequency of 5189MHz on an ASRock Z170M motherboard.The ASUS ROG Maximus VIII Extreme came into play in numerous record breaking overclocks, with Hiwa scoring 64495 on 3DMark06.
Furthermore, Dancop set a record on Unigine Heaven by scoring 10448.51 points in the DirectX11 test with a Asus Strix GTX 1080 along with the Asus ROG Maximus VIII Extreme motherboard.
Gigabyte motherboards also played their role prominently with several new records. The Gigabyte Z170X-SOC Force LN2 for example was used in the new Aquamark 3, 3DMark05, 3DMark2001 and more.
G.Skill OC World Record Stage was a great event as always. We got to see some amazing performance benchmarks that we did not even think to be possible. Some records were smashed and new ones were set in their place. Events like these bring out the potential not only in people but in technology too. Giving ways to new ideas and giving people as well as companies new directions into what they should pursue next.
The gaming community is not a small one and there are people like you and me all over he world. Events like these bring us tech heads and gamers closer one another. It is a small world after all.
Events like G.Skill OC provide a platform for enthusiasts to come and experiment with different tech and show off their talent and knowledge of tech to the world. Tech being a huge field, it is always nice to have more people who know what they are doing.