HWBOT Overclocking World Records and Global First Places

On this page you can find the latest overclocking World Record and Global First Places at HWBOT. The tables have CPU and GPU benchmarks listed separately. Below we outline the difference between a World Record and a Global First Place.

To protect the value of a genuine overclocking World Record - the fastest, best, overall benchmark result - we establish a clear and unambiguous set of communication guidelines relating to any benchmark result submission at HWBOT.

Nomenclature

World Record; A World Record is defined as the best score ever achieved in a specific benchmark application as verified at HWBOT.org by its benchmark rules and regulations at the moment of submitting the benchmark result. A benchmark result is applicable for the World Record terminology only if the benchmark application has HWBOT World Record or Global points enabled. A World Record can be identified by the title of World Record on the benchmark result submission page at HWBOT, three golden tiles on the benchmark submission page, or its inclusion on the official HWBOT World Record table as published at HWBOT*.

Global First Place; A Global First Place is defined as the highest or best benchmark score achieved in a specific global category of a benchmark application ranking as defined by the HWBOT ranking structure, typically but not exclusively by a system’s effective calculation core count, and verified by its benchmark rules and regulations at the moment of submitting the benchmark result. A benchmark result is applicable for the Global First Place terminology only if the benchmark application has HWBOT Global points enabled. A Global First Place can be identified by the title of Global First Place on the benchmark result submission page at HWBOT, two golden tiles on the benchmark submission page, or its inclusion on the official HWBOT Global First Place table as published at HWBOT*

Hardware First Place; A Hardware First Place is defined as the highest or best benchmark score achieved in a specific hardware category of a benchmark application ranking as defined by the HWBOT ranking structure, typically but not exclusively by a system’s effective calculation core count and the specific hardware item, and verified by its benchmark rules and regulations at the moment of submitting the benchmark result. A benchmark result is applicable for the Hardware First Place only if the benchmark application has Hardware points enabled. A Hardware First Place can be identified by the title of Hardware First Place on the benchmark result submission page at HWBOT, or one golden tile on the benchmark submission page.

Communication Terminology and Guidelines

Please adhere to the following communication terminology and guidelines for press releases in relation to World Record and First Place benchmark results verified by HWBOT.org and its community.

A Press Release related to a benchmark result at HWBOT.org may only be issued if the result was achieved by the company issuing the Press Release, or in proxy by individuals achieving the result per request of the company, or after obtaining written consent of the benchmark result owner.

The Press Release Headline may only contain the words World, Record or Global in relation to a World Record. The headline may contain the common term First Place in relation to both Global and Hardware First Place overclocking results. The headline must be clear and unambiguous and may not be constructed in such way it may mislead the reader to believe the result is of a higher order than it actually is.

The Press Release Description must specify the details of overclocking result including, but not limited to, the overclocking result score, the benchmark application, the date of result submission and a link to the submission details at HWBOT. The description must be clear and unambiguous and may not be constructed in such way it may mislead the reader to believe the result is of a higher order than it actually is.

Brands and vendors are urged to give credit to the people achieving the World Record and First Place benchmark results, by stating the names and/or nicknames of the people involved in setting the result.

Overclocking World Records

HWBOT World Records - CPU Benchmarks

HWBOT World Records - GPU Benchmarks

Overclocking Global First Place

Global First Place - Single GPU

Below you can find the Single GPU Global First Place results at HWBOT.

Global First Place - Dual GPU

Below you can find the Dual GPU Global First Place results at HWBOT.

Global First Place - Triple GPU

Below you can find the Triple GPU Global First Place results at HWBOT.

Global First Place - Quad GPU

Below you can find the Quad GPU Global First Place results at HWBOT.

Global First Place - CPU Benchmarks

Below you can find the CPU Global First Place results at HWBOT.