Greek Overclocker OGS clearly had a busy and productive couple of days over the weekend, managing to post a bunch of really impressive scores that have ultimately pushed him up to fourth place on the HWBOT worldwide rankings. Among the nine submissions that he posted yesterday, we have four Global First Place scores. Let’s take a look at these scores and the fairly broad range of hardware used to achieve them.
Let’s start with OGS’s skills at 3D benching and take a look at the new single GPU Global First Place score for the 3DMark11 Performance benchmark. The new highest score for a single card now stands at 44,282 marks, which beats the next best from OC legend k|ngp|n with 43,798 marks. OGS used an Intel Core i7 6950X 'Broadwell-E' chip clocked at 5,175MHz (+72.50%). This was joined by a GeForce GTX 1080 Ti with the Pascal GPU clocked at 2,645MHz (+78.72%) and graphics memory at 1,555MHz (+13.01%). His X99 platform motherboard of choice is a GIGABYTE X99-SOC Champion.
In 2D benching to managed to pull off a leading score with a dual-core CPU, hitting a Global First Place score in the HWBOT x265 4K benchmark of 6.6 fps. This is just ahead of Italian xMec with a score of 6.5 fps. The new GFP score was made using a Core i3 7350K pushed to a very nice 6,498MHz (+54.71%). His rig in this case was based on the ASUS ROG Maximus IX Apex board. Using the 1080p preset of the same benchmark he used the same Kaby Lake processor at the same speed to hit a score 28.36 fps, another dual-core Global First Place. In the quad-core rankings he returned to the HWBOT x265 4K benchmark OGS was armed with a Core i7 7700K which he pushed to 6,733MHz (+60.31%) to score 13.29 fps, also a Global First Placed score. With the same settings on the same rig he also took down the 1080p benchmark top spot, hitting a score of 56.18 fps.
OGS is now the No.1 overclocker of Greece and No.4 in the worldwide rankings here on HWBOT with 2,490.8 points. Nice going sir!