The TeamAU guys have been busy again this week, submitting yet another World Record score, this time pushing Intel’s forthcoming Kaby Lake-X –based processor to help break the record in the Unigine Heaven Xtreme benchmark. The score was produced when the guys got together for a benching session during the Queen’s Birthday holiday (basically a Monday off work to celebrate the Aussie’s favorite Royal pom).
The new World Record score for the Unigine Heaven Xtreme benchmark is 11,572.38 DX11 Marks. This was achieved using an Intel Core i7 7740K processor clocked at a pretty tasty 7GHz, which is +62.79% beyond the chip’s retail settings. The CPU was joined by a pair of GTX 1080 Ti cards with Pascal GPUs tuned to 2,100MHz (+41.89%). The rig was put together using GIGABYTE’s forthcoming X299 Overclocking motherboard offering, the X299-SOC Champion and also featured a G.SKILL Trident Z DDR4 kit tuned at 1,882MHz (12-12-12-28).
The new World Record score from TeamAU stands just in front of a submission from Greece Extreme overclocking ace $@39@ who managed a score of 11,569.39. You can find the World Record score submission from TeamAU here, as well as the overall rankings for the Unigine Heaven Xtreme benchmark here. Congrats guys!