The American overclocker mllrkllr88 set three records in the GeForce RTX 3090 video card rank, and also get three gold medals in the single-chip video cards rank.
As a tool to achieve his goal, the enthusiast used the top-end GeForce RTX 3090 graphics card from EVGA. On average, the card’s chip was overclocked to ~ 2655MHz (+ 90.32% to the base frequency), and the video memory to ~ 22752MHz (+ 16.65% to the base). And that allowed the American to become the first in the following disciplines:
Unigine Superposition – 1080P Xtreme with a score of 17,787 points:
Unigine Superposition – 8K Optimized with a score of 10623 points:
An interesting fact: At the moment, Unigine Superposition is one of the few disciplines where GPU speed is the dominant factor, not CPU (as in the vast majority of 3DMark). It is this fact that makes Unigine Superposition competitions so interesting and unpredictable.
And finally GPUPI v3.3 – 32B:1 minute 44 seconds 273 milliseconds:
An Intel Core i9-10900K chip overclocked to 5200 MHz, a 16 GB Team Group TEAMGROUP-UD4-4500 RAM set and an ASRock Z490 AQUA motherboard (BIOS version L1.33J) took part in the test with a GeForce RTX 3090 video card. This test setup was powered by a very high-quality 1600-watt SuperNOVA T2 power supply unit.
Source: HWBot enthusiast profile