Dinos22 is back in the thick of things once again, this time turning his attention to the Unigine Heaven Xtreme benchmark, using a pair of Nvidia Pascal GPUs to smash the World record score previously held by Argentina’s nacho_arroyo. The new all time high score of 10,523.75 pushes the record 58.69 points higher earning Australian Dinos22 an 175.7 points in the process.
Dinos22 made the new world record armed a pair of Nvidia GTX 1080 cards, each with the GPU pushed to 1,959MHz (+21.9%). The cards were paired with an Intel core i7 6700K pushed to 6,700MHz (+67.50%), all of which was installed on a GIGABYTE Z170X-SOC Force LN2 motherboard.
Dinos22 is currently the 4th ranked overclocker in Australia and is a key member of the very competitive Australia OC Team. The new Worlds Record score of 10,523.75 points earns Dinos22 100 points for the benchmark record, plus 73.7 points for the 2x GPU ranking and two extra points for the 2x GTX 1080 world ranking. As Dino mentions in the comments, it will interesting to see how far these new Pascal architecture GPUs can be pushed once they are benched using LN2. Is it possible that the new GTX 1080 cards will herald a whole slew of new records sometime in the near future? Time will tell.
Check out originally the World Record submission from Dino here, plus the full world rankings for the Unigine Heaven Xtreme benchmark here.