http://service.futuremark.com/compare?3dm06=2835078After a not so fortunate start of the Games Convention, Kinc and Shamino have returned to their everyday life and started benching again with Mushkin at the Games Convention. Unfortunately Kinc lost his precious Intel Core 2 Extreme QX6850, but luckily Shamino had another which worked "quite well" too. Sham's QX6850 reached 5119MHz (3DMark stable) on an ASUS Blitz Extreme. The memories used were Mushkin's new DDR3-1333 memories (we have some more information about these later).
The processor was cooled by Shamino's Dragonpot, which in other terms mean liquid nitrogen. The pair of ASUS Radeon HD 2900 XT, which Kinc and Shamino overclocked to 1175/950MHz, was also cryo-cooled, but with a pair of Mousepot rev4.
This brings Kinc, and Shamino of course, back to the top of the 3DMark 06 Hall of Fame, along with the Radeon HD 2900 XT. The new GPU-pots (rev4) with a thicker base really does wonders for the Radeon HD 2900 XT, and there might even be more coming. The new world record is 27,039 points and it might even get a tweak or two before the Games Convention is over.
There you go.
Two of the world's best 3DMark overclockers get together and magic happens.
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