Yesterday, AMD products occupied almost the entire main page of the HWBot overclocking database: before, the honor of the “red” giant was defended only by Ryzen processors of four generations, but since yesterday, newly-made RX 6000 video cards have also been connected to them.
Having overclocked an extremely successful copy of the processor of the same name to a frequency of 5750 MHz, the enthusiast was able to score a considerable 48580 points:
At the same time, RAM worked at a frequency of 5002 MHz with timings 15-13-12-21.
Following his French counterpart, a smiling Indonesian with an amusing nickname Lucky_n00b, using the newly arrived graphics card Radeon RX 6800 XT, set an absolute record in the 3DMark – Fire Strike discipline and gained 47932 points:
The GPU frequency was an impressive 2650MHz, and the video memory operated at a stock frequency of 16000MHz. The graphics card company was made by Int… wait, no, not Intel Core i9-10900K. The Radeon RX 6800 XT company was made up by the top-end AMD Ryzen 9 5950X processor overclocked to 5423MHz (+ 59.50% to the base).
A very interesting chip choice. Although, if we take into account the serious optimization of the Zen 3 architecture, it is quite obvious that recently it is completely unnecessary to have a top-end Intel chip in your arsenal to compete in graphics disciplines.