Splave (US) Hits 2631.4 MHz (DDR4-5262.8), a New Memory World Record Highest Frequency

Here’s a World Record of note that you may have missed from earlier last week. US No.1 Overclocker Splave managed to set a new highest memory frequency for DDR4, hitting a 2631.4MHz (DDR4-5262.8), the highest ever memory frequency ever submitted on HWBOT. The record was made using a Core i3 7350K Kaby Lake processor at 1018.55 MHz (8 * 127.32 MHz) plus an ASRock Z170M OC Formula motherboard.

The World Record frequency of 2631.4MHz was made using a Team Group T-FORCE XTREEM DDR4 8GB module (DDR4-2137) with 21-31-31-63-2 timings in single channel mode.

The new World Record highest DDR4 frequency edges past the previous highest frequency from Thailand’s current No.2 Overclocker Audigy who posted a DDR4 frequency of 2630.4 back on January 13th earlier this year. It's worth noting that Audigy also used a Team Group T-FORCE XTREEM DDR4 kit, plus the same ASRock Z170M OC Formula motherboard.

You can check out the World Record score from Splave here as well as the full Memory Frequency rankings on HWBOT here.

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