Swedish overclocker Rauf has won three gold medals in the relatively young discipline Geekbench4 – Single Core. The enthusiast became the first in the Intel Core i9-11900KF chip rank, and also won the championship in the global and world ranks of the above discipline.
To achieve such an outstanding result, the Swede had to overclock the Core i9-11900KF chip to 7033MHz and the RAM to 5400MHz with delays CL15.0 14-14-28 1T. This combination of frequencies ultimately earned Rauf 11450 points:
It should be noted that the processor and RAM were cooled by the corresponding “machines” with liquid nitrogen, and the video card worked at its base frequencies and remained with its native cooling system.
The overclocker’s test setup consisted of the following components:
- Motherboard – ASUS ROG Maximus XIII Apex;
- RAM – GALAX Hall of Fame;
- Video card – GALAX GeForce RTX 3090 HOF OC Lab Edition;
- Power supply – ASUS 1200W.
Source: Record page on the HWBot website