HiCookie takes out Intel memory frequency W.R. with GIGABYTE Z77X-UD4H

Interesting record! The board should be available in retail next week, by the way.

GIGABYTE has a new Z77X-UD4H board coming out next week and it’s a bit of a RAM clocker some might say Winking smile.

HiCookie just posted the Intel world record frequency and highest clock on any Intel platform to date. The rig was running dual channel at 3353.8MHz with G.Skill TridentX modules and GIGABYTE Z77X-UD4H. Score was validated at HWBOT and CPUz website.


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United States sin0822 says:

very damn nice cookie! These new boards look like they have some nice memory OC, will be interesting when they are released.

TaPaKaH says:

Intel record, eh?
didn't some guys have 1700MHz on Lynnfield?

Norway knopflerbruce says:

"Intel world record". Lmao. Great score, but still silly marketing :p Maybe I can claim 3000 world records?

Germany Don_Dan says:

HiCookie just posted the Intel world record frequency and highest clock on any Intel platform to date.


Nice marketing, but it's wrong. Still 8.5MHz missing for the "Intel world record frequency" as far as I know. For now it's still owned by Asus... :D

says:

i did the post and used HWBOT database to research memory frequency records. HWBOT is the only site as far as im concerned that provides due process to validate scores.....

the first Intel platform based result come up with cookie's submission therefore it is a platform world record and current platform at that. i see no problem with it







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TaPaKaH says:

Team.AU said: HWBOT is the only site as far as im concerned that provides due process to validate scores.....
Where does it say "not uploaded to hwbot => not a world record"?

http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=742549
for example, here is a valid higher result from 3+ years ago

Germany Don_Dan says:

A lot of scores aren't posted at HWBot, although they're perfectly fine, validated by CPU-Z and made by reputable members of the OC community.

This is the score I had in mind: http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=737147

Canada Vinster says:

Sam OCX said: Where does it say "not uploaded to hwbot => not a world record"?

http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=742549
for example, here is a valid higher result from 3+ years ago


He's got you guys there... the CPU-Z database should be the reference for this, not HWbot.

Vin

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i used to reference from CPUz in the past but it's been on so many occasions that you come across dodgy submissions that i dont bother looking over there any more because i just dont know if it's something that can be trusted or not. i might have cleaned up since as it's been years since i went there to check the scores out. at least with hwbot you have a lot of eyes on the scores and it if it's dodgy it will get picked apart pretty quick. i'll edit to reflect the score, thanks Sam!

GIGABYTE P55-UD6. Damn that was a monster RAM clocker indeed.

says:

talk about funny results on CPUz. i went over to have a look and saw an amazing FSB world record, oh wait sigh http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2543690

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