Being the No.1 ranked player in the Extreme League as well as No.1 in his own backyard, Sweden’s Rauf continues to grow and expand his Overclocking kudos day by day. Just recently Rauf gave current World No.1 Dancop a scare by coming within a hair of first place in the Pro OC league. Today however we were awoken to the fact that Rauf has just added two more Global 1st Place rankings to his name; the dual-core rights to both Geekbench3 (Multi-core) and Cinebench R15.
In the multi-core Geekbench3 benchmark we find Rauf has laid waste to his contemporaries with a score of 14,841 points using a Core i3 6100 pumped to massive 6,331MHz. No mean feat as this is 71.11% beyond the processor’s stock configuration. This is a global 1st place ranking worth 106.3 points for the 2x CPU ranking plus 9.6 for the hardware ranking. It’s also 37 points ahead of its nearest competitor which comes from fellow dual-core master orion24.
In dual-core Cinebench R15 circles Rauf also now reigns supreme. His score of 720 cb points is currently a Global 1st Place score that earns the talented Swede 109.1 points for the 2x CPU ranking plus 11 more for the Cinebench R15 1st place ranking. The score was submitted using the same i3 6100 clocked at 6,326MHz. It’s interesting to note that in both of the 1st place ranked submissions Rauf configured hi G.SKILL Trident DDR4 kit to 2,053MHz (CL12.0 12-12-28 1T). Both bench sessions used a Mini-ITX ASUS Maximus VII Impact motherboard.