Intel® Core™ X-series Launch, The Aftermath: 7562.25MHz Core i7, 11 World Records and 37 Global First Places!

It's announcement day for the Intel X299 platform and the Kaby Lake-X and Skylake-X processors. Scores are in submission process and the table below will be updated with link soon!



Intel® Core™ X-series Launch: 11 World Records, 37 Global First Places

BenchmarkScoreOverclockerMotherboardMemory
WR 3DMark03 356678 TeamAU GIGABYTE X299-SOC ChampionG.SKILL Trident Z
WR 3DMark05 90900 Rsannino ASUS ROG Rampage VI ApexG.SKILL Trident Z
WR 3DMark06 71928 TeamAU GIGABYTE X299-SOC ChampionG.SKILL Trident Z
WR 3DMark2001 SE 90900 Rauf ASUS ROG Rampage VI ApexG.SKILL Trident Z
WR Aquamark 737222 TeamAU GIGABYTE X299-SOC ChampionG.SKILL Trident Z
WR Memory Frequency 2734 MHz Toppc MSI X299-XPower Gaming ACG.SKILL Trident Z
WR PiFast 8.53 sec Der8auer ASUS ROG Rampage VI ApexG.SKILL Trident Z
WR SuperPI 1M 4.797 sec Der8auer ASUS ROG Rampage VI ApexG.SKILL Trident Z
WR SuperPI 32M 4min 9.724sec Dancop ASUS ROG Rampage VI ApexG.SKILL Trident Z
WR Wprime 32M 1.498sec Elmor ASUS ROG Rampage VI ApexG.SKILL Trident Z
WR XTU 4243 Der8auer ASUS ROG Rampage VI ApexG.SKILL Trident Z
GFP Cinebench - R11.5 4xCPU 17.30 Alex@ro ASUS ROG Rampage VI ApexG.SKILL Trident Z
GFP Cinebench - R15 4xCPU 1616 Dancop ASUS ROG Rampage VI ApexG.SKILL Trident Z
GFP Geekbench3 Multi Core 4xCPU 30286 Alex@ro ASUS ROG Rampage VI ApexG.SKILL Trident Z
GFP GPUPI for CPU 1B 4xCPU 219.971 Der8auer ASUS ROG Rampage VI ApexG.SKILL Trident Z
GFP HWBOT Prime 4xCPU 8525.41 Dancop ASUS ROG Rampage VI ApexG.SKILL Trident Z
GFP Wprime 1024M 4xCPU 88.906 Der8auer ASUS ROG Rampage VI ApexG.SKILL Trident Z
GFP Wprime 32M 4xCPU 2.765 Der8auer ASUS ROG Rampage VI ApexG.SKILL Trident Z
GFP XTU 4xCPU 2372 Alex@ro ASUS ROG Rampage VI ApexG.SKILL Trident Z
GFP Cinebench R11.5 6xCPU 21.40 Elmor ASUS ROG Rampage VI ApexG.SKILL Trident Z
GFP Cinebench R15 6xCPU 2005 Elmor ASUS ROG Rampage VI ApexG.SKILL Trident Z
GFP Geekbench3 Multi Core 6xCPU 37983 Elmor ASUS ROG Rampage VI ApexG.SKILL Trident Z
GFP HWBOT Prime 6xCPU 9414.910 The Overclocking Knights MSI X299 XPower Gaming ACG.SKILL Trident Z
GFP Wprime 1024M 6xCPU 71.541 Elmor ASUS ROG Rampage VI ApexG.SKILL Trident Z
GFP Wprime 32M 6xCPU 2.353 Elmor ASUS ROG Rampage VI ApexG.SKILL Trident Z
GFP XTU 6xCPU 2937 Elmor ASUS ROG Rampage VI ApexG.SKILL Trident Z
GFP Cinebench R15 8xCPU 27.84 Wizerty MSI X299 XPower Gaming ACG.SKILL Trident Z
GFP Cinebench R15 8xCPU 2598 Lucky_noob MSI X299 XPower Gaming ACG.SKILL Trident Z
GFP Geekbench3 Multi Core 8xCPU 47869 Lucky_n00b MSI X299 XPower Gaming ACG.SKILL Trident Z
GFP HWBOT Prime 8xCPU 10023.07 Wizerty MSI X299 XPower Gaming ACG.SKILL Trident Z
GFP Wprime 1024M 8xCPU 55.178 Wizerty MSI X299 XPower Gaming ACG.SKILL Trident Z
GFP Wprime 32M 8xCPU 1.84 Wizerty MSI X299 XPower Gaming ACG.SKILL Trident Z
GFP XTU 8xCPU 3571 Lucky_n00b MSI X299 XPower Gaming ACG.SKILL Trident Z
GFP Cinebench R11.5 10xCPU 35.22 Der8auer ASUS ROG Rampage VI ApexG.SKILL Trident Z
GFP Cinebench R15 10xCPU 3262 Der8auer ASUS ROG Rampage VI ApexG.SKILL Trident Z
GFP Geekbench3 Multi Core 10xCPU 57830 Der8auer ASUS ROG Rampage VI ApexG.SKILL Trident Z
GFP GPUPI for CPU 1B 10xCPU 107.510 Der8auer ASUS ROG Rampage VI ApexG.SKILL Trident Z
GFPHWBOT Prime 10xCPU 12037.34 The Overclocking Knights MSI X299 XPower Gaming ACG.SKILL Trident Z
GFP Wprime 1024M 10xCPU 43.692 Der8auer ASUS ROG Rampage VI ApexG.SKILL Trident Z
GFP 3DMark Time Spy 1xGPU 13780 Vivi MSI X299 XPower Gaming ACG.SKILL Trident Z
GFP 3DMark Vantage Performance 1xGPU 110471 Der8auer ASUS ROG Rampage VI ApexG.SKILL Trident Z
GFP Aquamark 1xGPU 667821 Rsannino ASUS ROG Rampage VI ApexG.SKILL Trident Z
GFP GPUPI 1B 1xGPU 8.573 Zzolio MSI X299 XPower Gaming ACG.SKILL Trident Z
GFP 3DMark05 2xGPU 90055 Rsannino ASUS ROG Rampage VI ApexG.SKILL Trident Z
GFP 3DMark06 2xGPU 71176 TeamAU GIGABYTE X299-SOC ChampionG.SKILL Trident Z
GFP GPUPI 1B 2xGPU 4.658 Zzolio MSI X299 XPower Gaming ACG.SKILL Trident Z
GFP Unigine Heaven Xtreme 2xGPU 11542.43 Rauf ASUS ROG Rampage VI ApexG.SKILL Trident Z
GFP GPUPI 1B 3xGPU 3.257 Zzolio MSI X299 XPower Gaming ACG.SKILL Trident Z
(Table as of June 5, 2017. Source: hwbot.org database)


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Belgium Massman says:

Holy record-spree :eek:


France Wizerty says:

don't forget 8cores.

United States Splave says:

ASUS is in full beast mode!

websmile says:

Time you strike back! :p We need competiton :)

Belgium Massman says:

Wizerty said: don't forget 8cores.


Oh, didn't even know the 8-core QS samples arrived!

Will update later today :celebration:

United States chew* says:

So were those loaner ( $2000 usd ) cpus that intel let people "borrow" or keep @ event? If on loan is that not the fine line of hw sharing ;) Technically if intel kept cpu...you did result for them therefore there result...not the individual who did the result.

Greece Fasttrack says:

^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

I am really not comfortable with your approach sir.
New products need to have multiple presentations.
Not on paper, but under hard stress to prove their quality.
Some of the best Overclockers benched hard day in and out to present to all of us the new horizons.

These people WORKED. As a matter of fact they basted their as*, to do their best for this presentation.

It is called showcase presentation.
Costs a ton of money, both in HW and labor.
I believe we should all be thankful for such detailed presentations.
Details as to who is the owner of the hardware and if HWBOT rules should apply to Intel, Asus and whoever else was so kind to spend so much money, time and HW to present to us the new generations and of course promote their products, are totally irrelevant with every day's benching competition here.

Most of us amateur benchers benefit a lot from such presentations.

Just my 0.02 cents of thoughts.

Greece OGS says:

Fasttrack said:
Some of the best Overclockers benched hard day in and out to present to all of us the new horizons.

These people WORKED. As a matter of fact they basted their as*, to do their best for this presentation.

It is called showcase presentation.
Costs a ton of money, both in HW and labor.
I believe we should all be thankful for such detailed presentations.
Details as to who is the owner of the hardware and if HWBOT rules should apply to Intel, Asus and whoever else was so kind to spend so much money, time and HW to present to us the new generations and of course promote their products, are totally irrelevant with every day's benching competition here.

Most of us amateur benchers benefit a lot from such presentations.

Just my 0.02 cents of thoughts.


Sorry for interfering but lets be honest. These people were hand-picked to:
a) do their competitive hobby for "free" and go up on the rankings
b) had a chance to bench with liquid helium which is to be honest quite limited
c) had a chance to bench unreleased/binned hardware

Almost every ocer (including myself) would do that for "free".
We spend our own money to be competitive in regular basis and someone offers that for free in exchange for PR. Win-win situation for the ocer and the vendor.

So, the money that vendors spent, resulted in WRs that the amateur benchers / enthusiasts and some of the elite guys wont be able to achieve. ie. Dancop's pifast/superpi with 7700K that stands there since NDA for Kaby was lifted. That means that their own customers (referring to extreme ocers) possibly wont be able to compete with what vendors did to make them buy the platform.

So there is no "so kind to spend/share/give" and stuff like that. Every side did whatever they thought its ok for the ROI they were aiming for.
Intel to compete/prestige war vs AMD's Ryzen
Asus/GB for PR/mobo series promo
Individual overclockers for the points mentioned above

In the end, I am not sure if our community wins out of this.
Huge bucks were spent for the promo instead for an oc event (MOA/AOOC/GOOC) as an example.

Greece Fasttrack says:

FireKillerGR said: Sorry for interfering but lets be honest. These people were hand-picked to:
a) do their competitive hobby for "free" and go up on the rankings
b) had a chance to bench with liquid helium which is to be honest quite limited
c) had a chance to bench unreleased/binned hardware

Almost every ocer (including myself) would do that for "free".
We spend our own money to be competitive in regular basis and someone offers that for free in exchange for PR. Win-win situation for the ocer and the vendor.

So, the money that vendors spent, resulted in WRs that the amateur benchers / enthusiasts and some of the elite guys wont be able to achieve. ie. Dancop's pifast/superpi with 7700K that stands there since NDA for Kaby was lifted. That means that their own customers (referring to extreme ocers) possibly wont be able to compete with what vendors did to make them buy the platform.

So there is no "so kind to xxxx" and stuff like that. Every side did whatever they thought its ok for the ROI they were aiming for.
Intel to compete/prestige war vs AMD's Ryzen
Asus/GB for PR/mobo series promo
Individual overclockers for the points mentioned above

In the end, I am not sure if our community wins out of this.
Huge bucks were spent for the promo instead for an oc event (MOA/AOOC/GOOC) as an example.


Stavro,

As I have been informed by two of the participating overclockers, Intel demanded that all results with Liquid Helium, to not be considered as results with points here at HWBOT.

Any results achieved with Liquid Helium and uploaded for points must be removed as per
Intel's wish.

So, the remaining ones with LN2, should be able to be reached and even broken by any expert overclocker, when HW becomes available.

I agree on all the rest ( show off, war with AMD , etc etc ).

Belgium Massman says:

FireKillerGR said: Huge bucks were spent for the promo instead for an oc event (MOA/AOOC/GOOC) as an example.


:rolleyes:

Australia zeropluszero says:

Literally no one cares about hw sharing.

United States chew* says:

Fasttrack.

Many do not like my approach...but i keep it short and simple and blunt. King of controversy if you will in the overclocking world...

Kudos for intel taking the initiative to keep $5000 dewar results with 0 points.

3d points do not apply to my analogy so you can dismiss those from my comment btw.

2d is the only issue.

The issue is not really manufacturers however...its overclockers.

Check no points. Simple.

Using a $2000 loaner cpu is no different than lhe imo.

If intel let them keep it once again does not apply..( they are cheap lately...so doubtfull lol )

The question is does the overclocker have strong moral values...enough to check no points....or are points at any cost the only thing that matters.

Btw i am not complaining...i do not even submit anymore. I am just observing ;)

As fas as worked...your lecturing wrong guy...i have put in as much or more work than any...still had no problem with and demanded in many cases when i did work for AMD that no points were checkmarked.

Btw do not worry...i will gladly make same comments vs threadripper($1000 most do not have to drop on just a cpu )....i have 0 bias.

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