Israeli overclocker shar00750 set two records at once on two different AMD video cards.
The enthusiast won the first gold in the current Radeon R9 280X video card rank of the 3DMark Vantage benchmark. For this, shar00750 overclocked the video adapter to a frequency of 1420MHz for the chip and 7240MHz for memory. The Core i9-9900KF central processor operated at 5898MHz:
The Israeli did not indicate which specific video card was used, but according to the GPU-z screenshot, or rather according to the BIOS version, it turned out that it could be either Sapphire R9 280X 3 GB Tri-X OC or Toxic R9 280X 3 GB from the same Sapphire company.
The second, and concurrently, the last gold the overclocker got with the help of AMD Radeon R9 290. The video card was overclocked to 1365/6660 MHz (chip/memory), and the processor – to 5858 MHz:
In this case, the video card used in the test bench was identified, and it was ASUS R9 290 DirectCU II OC.
The rest of the components, except for the ASUS ROG Maximus XI Apex motherboard indicated by the overclocker itself, unfortunately could not be installed.