Swedish No.1 overclocker Rauf has been a busy chap in the last few days, taking down three 3D World Records over the course of a weekend or so. In the Unigine Heaven Xtreme benchmark he managed a World Record breaking score of 11,213.07 DX11 Marks. The score was made using a Kaby Lake Core i7 7700K processor pushed to 6,980MHz (+66.19%) plus a pair of GTX 1080 cards with GPUs tuned to 1,963MHz (+22.15%). This is just ahead of Dancop (Germany) who now sits in second place with a score of 11,187.77Marks.
In the 3DMark06 benchmark Rauf submitted a World Record breaking score of 69,266 marks. This was made with his Core i7 7700K pushed just a little lower at 6,900MHz (+64.29%) plus a single GeForce GTX 1080 card pushed to 1,973MHz (+22.77%). This score beats the previous best from Smoke (Russia) on 68,888 Marks.
Finally we have a 3DMark01 score of 214,044 Marks which was achieved with his Core i7 7700K pushed even further to hit 7,050MHz (+67.86%) plus a GTX 980 Ti card clocked at 1,391MHz (+39.1%). The previous holder of this World Record again was Dancop who mustered a score of 213,794 Marks earlier this month.
All three World Record scores were made using an ASUS ROG Maximus IX Apex motherboard. You can find all the submissions from Rauf’s epic OC session on his profile page here. Nice work sir!