Elite overclocker Elmor has certainly been burning through the LN2 of late, pushing his Nvidia Maxwell architecture GPUs within an inch of their lives (with a little help from an old friend I might add). The upshot is that last night Elmor posted a World Record 3DMark Fire Strike score of 45,906 marks, obliterating the previous record from k|ngp|n of 45,044 marks made earlier this month.
The result involved 4 Nvidia GeForce GTX 980 Ti cards (ASUS Matrix Platinum Editions) pushed to 1,927MHz, a sizzling +79.09% beyond stock settings. The VGA array was joined by a Core i7 5960X pushed to an equally impressive 5,750MHz, +91.67% over stock running on an ASUS Rampage V Extreme motherboard.
The World Record breaking submission earns current the Swedish No.3 a tidy points haul of 100 points for the Fire Strike WR, 44.9 points for the Fire Strike 4x GPU Ranking ( 1st out of 110) with an additional 2 hardware points for the Fire Strike 4x GTX 980 Ti Ranking ( 1st out of 20). Congrats Jon! Nice work.
Feel free to chime in with comments and/or praise in the thread below. You can also check out the submission on HWBOT and of course peruse the 3DMark Fire Strike Hall of Fame should you feel the need.