Elmor Takes Geekbench3 Multi Core and HWBOT Prime 8xCPU Global First Place with Core i7 5960X at 6GHz+

Elmor is a Swedish overclocker who currently works for the ASUS ROG R&D in Taiwan. He build his reputation in the overclocking world alongside legends such as Kinc and Crotale. Yesterday and today he achieved new Global First Place results in both HWBOT Prime and Geekbench3 Multi Core.

For the HWBOT Prime GFP, Elmor uses an Intel Core i7 5960X at 6274 MHz, cooled by liquid nitrogen, and paired with the ASUS Rampage V Extreme motherboard. Elmor has a 7 point lead over Steponz from USA and 9 points over Dancop from Germany in the global ranking. The system also includes a set of G.SKILL memory and Power Supply.

For the Geekbench3 Multi Core GFP, Elmor uses an Intel Core i7 5960X at 6063 MHz, cooled by liquid nitrogen, and paired with the ASUS Rampage V Extreme motherboard. Elmor has a 141 point lead over Steponz from USA and 206 points over der8auer from Germany in the global ranking. The system also includes a set of G.SKILL memory and Power Supply.

For more information or discussion, check out the HWBOT Prime submission here and the Geekbench3 Multi Core submission here.


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United States steponz says:

Lol another article... on a 6700k? Lol

Sweden elmor says:

Have you automated the news posting Pieter? [MENTION=47]Massman[/MENTION] :P

Belgium Massman says:

Not automated, but I'm trying to find a format that allows me to write quick news highlights without too much thinking. Will see how much time this takes in the next couple of weeks ... I hope it won't take too much time so we can continue this :)

Sweden elmor says:

IMO it get's saturated with this many new posts when you already have the submissions discussion. I'd recommend to merge these kinds of posts with that weekly MVS post and make it into a weekly report. Unless the submission is really something extraordinary.

Belgium Massman says:

Well ... what's extra-ordinary, right? There's been lots of discussion how the recent 3D single gpu benching spree was under-reported. We can't both report on all GFP and only talk about the really special stuff. Per month there are about 5~10 WR and ~60 GFP. That'd be roughly two news items a day, not considering articles like yours where two scores go into one artice.

Sweden elmor says:

As you say, 60GFP a month. Even 5-10 WRs, that's more than one a week. If I look at these highlight posts there are usually not many comments unless it's an external news item. There's already a discussion thread about the submission (and other specific threads like Roman's cherry popping tool) and you're creating a second outlet for the same thing.

United States xxbassplayerxx says:

Here's a thought... If there is already an ongoing discussion for the submission, link the news to it so there's only one place where people are talking about it. May be difficult to put in practice though.

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