After a few weeks of relative quiet, Vince ‘k|ngp|n’ Lucido is back at the rock face, chipping away at a few Global First Placed scores in the 1x GPU category. In just the last few days he’s used the latest Kingpin Edition GTX 1080 Ti card to post first placed scores in 3DMark Fire Strike, 3DMark Fire Strike Extreme and 3DMark Time Spy. Let’s take a look at the actual scores and hardware used:
The new Global First Place score in the 3DMark Fire Strike benchmark now stands at 31,770 marks. To hit this score Vince pushed the GPU of his EVGA 1080Ti KP card to 2,632MHz, a massive +77.84% beyond the Pascal chip’s stock frequency. He also pushed the GDDR5 graphics memory by +18.68%, configuring it at 1,633MHz. The rig he used was based on the latest Skylake-X platform from Intel with an EVGA X299 MICRO motherboard pushing a Core i9 7900X processor to very impressive 5,700MHz (+72.73%). Other details include a G.SKILL DDR4 kit clocked at 1,861.9MHz (13-13-13-28) and a SuperNOVA NEX 1,600 Watt PSU. The new GFP score stands just ahead of OGS (Greece) who scored 31,290 marks just the day before.
The above configuration was also used to punish both 3DMark Fire Strike Extreme and Time Spy benchmarks. In FS Extreme the fastest single GPU Global First Place run now stands at 19,361 marks. This is just ahead of World Number 1 Dancop who managed a score of 18,984 using a Titan Xp card. In 3DMark Time Spy the new Global First Place score for a single GPU stands at 14,219 marks. This beats Dancop’s score of 14,006 marks submitted earlier this month.
The EVGA GTX 1080 Ti Kingpin Edition card has not yet come to market, but we do know quite a bit about it. In fact there’s already a bit of good content out there including this PCB analysis from Buidzoid (courtesy of Gamers Nexus) and this interview with TiN and Vince from Jay’sTwoCents.
The recent activity from Vince means that he now sits in fourth place in the HWBOT rankings with 2,398 points. You can find all the Global First Place scores from k|ngp|n here on his HWBOT profile page as well in the links above.