Recently, the y-cruncher – Pi-1b discipline gained quite high popularity among the overclocking community. Moreover, thanks to the new discipline, many forgotten processors like the Ryzen 1000/2000 and Core 8000/9000 returned to service.
American sports overclocking mastodon Splave could not stay away from such a “juicy pie” with literally free points and blowing dust off the relatively old Intel Core i9-9920X processor (by HWBot standards), set a record in the rank of the chip of the same name, and also, took first place in the global 12-core ranking of the y-cruncher – Pi-1b discipline:
The following components were used in the test setup:
- Motherboard – ASRock X299 OC Formula;
- RAM kit DDR4 32GB – G.SKILL F4-3800C14-8GTZN;
- Video card – Gigabyte GeForce GT 1030;
- OS – Windows Server 2019 x64, 10.0.17763.
Source: Result page on the HWBot website