Greek overclocker $@39@ must certainly be one of the busiest overclockers around. Just last week we noted how he took down a number of Global First Place scores to make it to fourth in the HWBOT rankings. It seems like he has had another very productive weekend, breaking the World Record for the Unigine Heaven Xtreme benchmark, plus a Global First Place score in GPUPI 32M. The upshot is that he now has a total of 2834.50 points, enough to make the jump to world No.2 on HWBOT.
The new World Record score in the Unigine Heaven Xtreme benchmark is 11,569.39 DX11 Marks. This was made using a GTX 1080 Ti graphics card with the GPU clicked at 2,518MHz, a very substantial +70.14% beyond stock settings, with graphics memory configured at 1,575MHz (+14.46%). Other notable rig components include an Intel Core i7 7700K 'Kaby Lake' processor clocked at 6,969MHz (+65.93%) with a DDR4 memory kit configured at 1,818MHz (12-12-12-28). The rig also used an ASUS ROG Maximus IX Apex motherboard. The closest competitor to $@39@ in the Unigine Heaven Xtreme benchmark is World No.1 Dancop with a score of 11,569.39 DX11 marks.
The World Record score from $@39@ means that he now has two World Record Gold Cups, the other World Record being his recent 3DMark03 score. In terms of Global First Places $@39@ has seven Gold Cups plus a hand full of Silver, Bronze and fourth place medals. His points total of 2834.50 places him just ahead of US legend Splave on 2765.60 points. It’s also worth noting that as a non-Elite overclocker $@39@ is doing incredibly well at the moment, possibly the highest ranked Extreme league overclocker we have ever seen. Congrats mate. You can check out all of his scores and submissions here on his profile page.