The new 3DMark Vantage record is now P45819 (performance preset), with a single Gpu achived by renowned overclockers Elmor and Kinc using extreme specs including Intel Core i7-990X clocked at 6.14 GHz and 6 GB of DDR3 memory clocked at 1750 MHz, and ASUS Rampage III Extreme motherboard which did the unthinkable, breaching the 1500 MHz barrier for the core clock speed of GeForce GTX 580. Using ASUS EN580GTX DirectCu graphics card, it managed to achieve 1504 MHz core, 3008 MHz CUDA cores, and 1253 MHz (5012 MHz GDDR5 effective) memory, churning out 240.6 GB/s memory bandwidth.
Powered by a 1200W Antec HCP PSU that ran a GTX 580 dazzling fast 1.62V vGPU, and 1.86V vMem, it is estimated that the graphics card drew 600W (12V, 50A) of power in itself. The CPU and graphics card were cooled using liquid nitrogen evaporators, the GPU VRM was directly air-cooled, using a high-flow fan. A number of extreme hard volt-mods were employed to achieve those voltages.
Now thats some achievement..
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