Today`s top benchmark scores.

Benchmark Hardware Frequency User Score Points
HWBOT x265 Benchmark - 4k Core i3 12300 5547 MHz sergmann 14.84 fps 198.7 pts 0   4
3DMark - Fire Strike Extreme Radeon RX 6900 XT 3150/2136 MHz OGS 39446 marks 190.8 pts 3   10
Geekbench3 - Multi Core Core i3 12300 5560 MHz sergmann 36469 points 164.1 pts 0   3
Cinebench - R20 Core i3 12300 5611 MHz sergmann 4506 cb 146.6 pts 0   3
y-cruncher - Pi-1b Core i3 12300 5457.7 MHz sergmann 33sec 95ms 111.3 pts 0   2
3DMark11 - Performance Radeon R9 295X2 1200/1400 MHz saltycroissant 58466 marks 105.3 pts 0   1
Geekbench3 - Multi Core Core i3 12300 5544 MHz noizemaker 36062 points 94.3 pts 0   6
y-cruncher - Pi-1b Core i3 12300 5452 MHz noizemaker 33sec 373ms 89.3 pts 2   7
Cinebench - R20 Core i3 12300 5501 MHz noizemaker 4437 cb 76.5 pts 0   4
HWBOT x265 Benchmark - 4k Core i9 12900KF (8P) 6600 MHz Zarok77 33.51 fps 76.1 pts 0   1

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INTEL Alder Lake 12900K & 12900KF

Benchmark Score Overclocker Motherboard Memory
WR Cinebench 2003 16xCPU 12770 Splave ASRock Z690 Aqua OC PNY
Cinebench - R11.5 16xCPU 68.73 Splave ASRock Z690 Aqua OC PNY
Cinebench - R15 16xCPU 5970 Splave ASRock Z690 Aqua OC PNY
Cinebench - R20 16xCPU 15664 Splave ASRock Z690 Aqua OC Kingston
GFP Cinebench - R23 16xCPU 39622 Splave ASRock Z690 Aqua OC
PNY
WR Cinebench - R23 Single Core 16xCPU 2736 Splave ASRock Z690 Aqua OC
Kingston
Geekbench 3 Multi Core 16xCPU 114930 Biso Biso eVGA Z690 Dark K!ngp!n
T-Force Delta
GFP Geekbench 4 Multi Core 16xCPU 97800 Sergmann Gigabyte Z690 Aorus Tachyon
Gigabyte
Geekbench 4 Single Core 16xCPU 12132 Sergmann Gigabyte Z690 Aorus Tachyon Gigabyte
GFP Geekbench 5 Multi Core 16xCPU 26869 Sergmann Gigabyte Z690 Aorus Tachyon
Gigabyte
HWBot X265 1080P 16xCPU 192.96 Sergmann Gigabyte Z690 Aorus Tachyon
Gigabyte
HWBot X265 4K 16xCPU 46.911 Sergmann Gigabyte Z690 Aorus Tachyon
Gigabyte
WR PCMARK7 16xCPU 13354 Dinos22 ROG Maximus Z690 Apex
Team Group
WR PCMARK10 16xCPU 11247 FUGGER TUF Gaming Z690-Plus D4
G.Skill Trident Z RGB
WR PCMARK10 Extended 16xCPU 14937 FUGGER TUF Gaming Z690-Plus D4 G.Skill Trident Z RGB
GFP PCMARK10 Express 16xCPU 10672 L0ud Silence ASRock Z690 Aqua OC Klevv
PYPrime 2B 16xCPU 7sec225 Wagipon ROG Maximus Z690 Apex
Team Group
Pifast 16xCPU 8sec060 Elmor ROG Maximus Z690 Apex
G.Skill Trident Z 5
GFP Y-Cruncher - Pi - 2.5B 16xCPU 51sec767 Splave ASRock Z690 Aqua OC
Kingston
GFP XTU 2 16xCPU 13564 Splave ASRock Z690 Aqua OC
PNY
(Table as of Jan 14, 2022. Source: hwbot.org database)


INTEL Alder Lake 12900K(F) & 12700K(F)  8 Performance cores

Benchmark Score Overclocker Motherboard Memory
CPUZ Frequency 8xCPU 7676.08MHz Splave ASRock Z690 Aqua OC Kingston
WR Memory Frequency 4xCPU 4352.3MHz Hocayu ROG Maximus Z690 Apex G.Skill Trident Z 5
Cinebench - 2003 8xCPU 11296 Splave ASRock Z690 Aqua OC PNY
GFP Cinebench - R11.5 8xCPU 47.73 Sergmann Gigabyte Z690 Aorus Tachyon Gigabyte
GFP Cinebench - R15 8xCPU 4231 Sergmann Gigabyte Z690 Aorus Tachyon Gigabyte
GFP Cinebench - R20 8xCPU 11121 Sergmann Gigabyte Z690 Aorus Tachyon Gigabyte
GFP Geekbench 3 Multi Core 8xCPU 84410 Safedisk ROG Maximus Z690 Apex
G.Skill Trident Z 5
WR Geekbench 3 Single Core 8xCPU 11345 Splave ASRock Z690 Aqua OC
Kingston
GFP Geekbench 4 Multi Core 8xCPU 76901 Sergmann Gigabyte Z690 Aorus Tachyon
Gigabyte
WR Geekbench 4 Single Core 8xCPU 12946 Safedisk ROG Maximus Z690 Apex
G.Skill Trident Z 5
WR Geekbench 5 Single Core 8xCPU 2913 Splave ASRock Z690 Aqua OC
PNY
GFP HWBot X265 4K 8xCPU 35.98 Splave ASRock Z690 Aqua OC
Kingston
GFP HWBot X265 1080P 8xCPU 150.752 Sergmann Gigabyte Z690 Aorus Tachyon
Gigabyte
WR PCMARK10 Express 8xCPU 11050 L0ud Silence ASRock Z690 Aqua OC
Klevv
WR Pifast 8xCPU 7sec950 Splave ASRock Z690 Aqua OC
Teamgroup
SuperPi 1M 8xCPU 4sec975 Splave ASRock Z690 Aqua OC
PNY
WR SuperPi 32M 8xCPU 3min37sec Safedisk ROG STRIX Z690-A D4
G.Skill Ripjaws V
GFP Wprime 32 8xCPU 1sec308 Splave ASRock Z690 Aqua OC
PNY
GFP Wprime 1024 8xCPU 38sec448 Splave ASRock Z690 Aqua OC
PNY
GFP Y-Cruncher 1B 8xCPU 16sec220 Safedisk OG Maximus Z690 Hero
G.Skill Trident Z 5
GFP Y-Cruncher 2.5B 8xCPU 53sec696 Splave ASRock Z690 Aqua OC
Kingston
PYPrime 2B 8xCPU 6sec713 Safedisk ROG Maximus Z690 Apex
G.Skill Trident Z 5
(Table as of Jan 14, 2022. Source: hwbot.org database)


INTEL Alder Lake 12600K & 12600KF

Benchmark Score Overclocker Motherboard Memory
GFP Cinebench - 2003 10xCPU 10881 Splave ASRock Z690 Aqua OC Kingston
GFP Cinebench - R11.5 10xCPU 45.77 Splave ASRock Z690 Aqua OC Kingston
GFP Cinebench - R15 10xCPU 3968 Bullshooter Gigabyte Z690 Aorus Tachyon Gigabyte
GFP Cinebench - R20 10xCPU 10156 Bullshooter Gigabyte Z690 Aorus Tachyon Gigabyte
GFP Cinebench - R23 10xCPU 25139 Dinos22 ROG Maximus Z690 Apex Gigabyte 
GFP Geekbench 3 Multi Core 10xCPU 77297 Splave ASRock Z690 Aqua OC
Kingston
Geekbench 3 Single Core 10xCPU 10703 Splave ASRock Z690 Aqua OC
Kingston
Geekbench 4 Single Core 10xCPU 11973 Splave ASRock Z690 Aqua OC
Kingston
Geekbench 5 Single Core 10xCPU 2783 Splave ASRock Z690 Aqua OC
Kingston
GFP Geekbench 5 Multi Core 10xCPU 19287 Splave ASRock Z690 Aqua OC
Kingston
GFP HWBot X265 4K 10xCPU 32.579 Splave ASRock Z690 Aqua OC
Kingston
GFP HWBot X265 1080P 10xCPU 135.604 Splave ASRock Z690 Aqua OC
Kingston
GFP PCMark 10 Express 10xCPU 10792 L0ud Silence ASRock Z690 Aqua OC
Klevv
Pifast 10xCPU 8sec470 Splave ASRock Z690 Aqua OC
Kingston
SuperPi 1M 10xCPU 5sec070 Splave ASRock Z690 Aqua OC
Kingston
SuperPi 32M 10xCPU 4min03sec Baby-J MSI MEG Z690 Unify
Kingston
Y-Cruncher Pi-1B 10xCPU 23sec409 Splave ASRock Z690 Aqua OC
Kingston
GFP GPUPI for CPU - 1B 10xCPU 1min9sec Splave ASRock Z690 Aqua OC
Kingston
(Table as of Jan14, 2022. Source: hwbot.org database)


INTEL Alder Lake 12600K & 12600KF

6 Performance cores

Benchmark Score Overclocker Motherboard Memory
CPUZ Frequency 6xCPU
Cinebench 2003 6xCPU 9330 Splave ASRock Z690 Aqua OC Kingston
GFP Cinebench - R11.5 6xCPU 35.04 Bullshooter Gigabyte Z690 Aorus Tachyon Gigabyte
GFP Cinebench - R15 6xCPU 3100 P5ycho ROG Maximus Z690 Apex Adata XPG
GFP Cinebench - R20 6xCPU 8182 Bullshooter Gigabyte Z690 Aorus Tachyon Gigabyte
GFP Cinebench R23 6xCPU 21289 P5ycho ROG Maximus Z690 Apex Adata XPG
Geekbench 3 Single Core 6xCPU 10707 Splave ASRock Z690 Aqua OC
Kingston
GFP Geekbench 3 Multi Core 6xCPU 63305 Bullshooter Gigabyte Z690 Aorus Tachyon
Gigabyte
GFP Geekbench 4 Multi Core 6xCPU 61927 Splave ASRock Z690 Aqua OC
Kingston
Geekbench 4 Single Core 6xCPU 12183 Splave ASRock Z690 Aqua OC Kingston
Geekbench 5 Single Core 6xCPU 2767 Splave ASRock Z690 Aqua OC Kingston
GFP Geekbench 5 Multi Core 6xCPU 16179 Splave ASRock Z690 Aqua OC Kingston
GFP HWBot X265 1080P 6xCPU 110.856 P5ycho ROG Maximus Z690 Apex
Adata XPG
GFP HWBot X265 4K 6xCPU 26.44 Shar00750 ASRock Z690 Aqua OC
G.Skill Trident Z 5
GFP PCMARK10 Express 6xCPU 11049 L0ud Silence ASRock Z690 Aqua OC Klevv
GFP Wprime 1024 6xCPU 51sec717 Bullshooter Gigabyte Z690 Aorus Tachyon Gigabyte
GFP Y-Cruncher Pi-1B 6xCPU 20sec510 OGS ROG Maximus Z690 Apex
G.Skill Trident Z 5
PYPrime 2B 6xCPU 7sec970 Safedisk ROG Maximus Z690 Apex G.Skill Trident Z 5
(Table as of Jan 14, 2022. Source: hwbot.org database)


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Winners of the 2021 SuperPi 32M Low Clock Challenge announcement:

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For the AMD Low Clock Challenge competition, the winners are: 

Winner: Ikozarov (Bulgaria)

First runner-up: ekky.Jengkol (Indonesia)

Second runner-up: RonLeizrowice (Great Britain)

For the Intel Low Clock Challenge the top 3 are:

Winner: Rauf (Sweden)

First runner-up: ivaneza (Indonesia)

Second runner-up: noizemaker (Austria)


Happy New Year crazy overclockers worldwide!

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The HWBOT crew wishes each one of you a Happy New Year. Fingers crossed 2022 will be a year with lots of new hardware realeases, resulting in top scores, World Records and most of all that overclockers can gather worldwide and just have fun with or without liquid nitrogen!

Cyaz in 2022

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year from HWbot

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The end of year is here, Country Cup 2021 is reaching its final stages and everybody is probably thinking Australia might nail it once more.

2021 has been another rough year for many of us, the pandemic has taken the residents of the blue planet out of their bubble. Hopefully in 2022 things will return back to normal, so we can gather again, travel and enjoy life with family, friends and other crazy overclockers.

Thanks all for the support, best wishes for the end of year and already looking forward to next year at HWbot with a new point system in Q1 and especially more affordable hardware, a non virtual Computex 2022 and many many new records!

UL Benchmarks Storage Benchmark at HWBot

UL Benchmarks' latest 3DMark Advanced Edition DLC is added for competitive benching at HWBot.

The 3DMark Storage Benchmark DLC, purchased separately, extends 3DMark with a dedicated component test for measuring the gaming performance of SSDs and other storage hardware. It supports all the latest storage technologies and tests practical, real-world gaming performance for activities such as loading games, saving progress, installing game files, and recording gameplay video streams.

Looping 3 times 7 tests from loading popular games like Battlefield V, COD Black  Ops 4 and Overwatch, to copying and installing files from CS Go.

Rules have been added and a Forum discussion thread has been started to gather feedback.

New CPUZ version 1.98 mandatory for frequency validation with Alder Lake processors

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A new architecture launch usually coincides with a new socket and/or motherboard chipset design. Now the same accounts for the different types of Monitoring Software. Especially with Alder Lake where different core types/speeds have to be monitored, this provides an extra challenge to the software developers.

Why this News post? Rumors of very high bugged Processor clocks on older CPUZ  versions are coming back and forth through the grapevine.
However these frequencies will not be published nor verified at HWBOT, as we will invoke, on recommendation of the CPUZ developer, the latest CPUZ version 1.98 for frequency validation on Intel's upcoming LGA1700 platform.

G.SKILL Announces New Ripjaws S5 Series Low-Profile Performance DDR5 Memory

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G.SKILL International Enterprise Co., Ltd., the world’s leading manufacturer of extreme performance memory and gaming peripherals, is announcing the Ripjaws S5 series, an all-new low-profile, high-performance DDR5 memory kit designed for the latest DDR5-enabled platform. Each Ripjaws S5 is created with hand-screened high performance memory ICs that have undergone strict G.SKILL performance testing to provide the best performance, compatibility, and stability. Available in matte black or matte white, the design of Ripjaws S5 is an ideal match for any PC builds for gamers, enthusiasts, and modders who are looking for the perfect trinity of speed, capacity, and style. Click the following link to watch the Ripjaws S5 product video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5Q8p8nGciJQ

 

 

Experience Exceptional Performance

Built upon decades of experience in developing high-performance memory, the G.SKILL Ripjaws S5 DDR5 memory series is engineered with high-quality hand-screened ICs, designed for high-speed performance, and tested for compatibility across a wide range of DDR5-enabled motherboards. At launch, Ripjaws S5 is available up to DDR5-6000 memory speed, making this the ideal choice for experiencing the high-performance of next-gen DDR5 memory.

 

 

Super-Speed in Style

The next-gen Ripjaws S5 series adopts a minimalistic chromatic design inspired by classic racing stripes and grills, available in matte black or matte white to match a wide variety of PC build themes.

 

 

33mm Low-Profile Design
Featuring a low-profile height of just 33mm, the Ripjaws S5 memory is an ideal choice for compact mini-ITX builds or systems with large CPU coolers.

 

 

Unlocking Higher Capacity with DDR5 Memory

DDR5 memory is designed to support increased module capacity, starting from 16GB per module and up to 128GB per module. This unlocks higher capacity limitations for a smoother workflow on demanding workloads, such as content creation, video editing, animation rendering, and scientific computing.

 

G.SKILL Announces Flagship Trident Z5 Family DDR5 Memory

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G.SKILL International Enterprise Co., Ltd., the world’s leading manufacturer of extreme performance memory and gaming peripherals, is thrilled to announce the newest extreme performance DDR5 memory, the Trident Z5 RGB and Trident Z5 series, tailor-made for the upcoming next-gen Intel platform. Designed for flagship performance and engineered with high-quality, hand-screened memory ICs, the Trident Z5 family DDR5 memory kits will launch at speeds up to DDR5-6400. At the peak of the memory specification stack stands the ultra-low-latency DDR5-6400 CL36-36-36-76 16GBx2 memory kit, constructed with high-performance Samsung DDR5 memory ICs.

 

To watch the Trident Z5 series trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bqgqI60cNEI

Blazing-Fast DDR5 Extreme Performance

Ushering in a new era of memory performance, DDR5 memory introduces unparalleled data transfer speeds compared to the previous generation. At speeds up to DDR5-6400, the Trident Z5 family memory kits are engineered with high-quality, hand-screened DDR5 ICs to achieve extreme memory performance. The Trident Z5 RGB and Trident Z5 series DDR5 memory kits are the ultimate choice for experiencing ultra-high performance on next-gen DDR5 platforms.

 

 

Premium Dual-Texture Heatspreader Design

The all-new Trident Z5 family incorporates hypercar elements into the iconic Trident heatspreader design, creating a sleek and futuristic exterior. Featuring a black brushed aluminum strip inset into a smooth metallic silver or powdered matte black body, and topped with a sleek piano black top bar on the Trident Z5 series or a translucent RGB light bar optimized for smooth lighting on the Trident Z5 RGB series, the Trident Z5 family memory kits are ideal for any PC build themes.

 

 

Luminous RGB Lighting

Trident Z5 RGB series feature a completely redesigned RGB light bar with hypercar-like design elements for a sleeker and streamlined appearance. Customize the RGB lighting and enable lighting effects via the G.SKILL Trident Z Lighting Control software, or sync the module lighting with other system components through supported third party motherboard software.

 

 

Revolutionary DDR5 Performance & Power Management

Designed to fully utilize the faster frequency speed and boost data transfer rate, each DDR5 IC is implemented with twice the amount of banks and bank groups, as well as a doubled burst length, at 32 banks across 8 banks with a burst length of 16. Combined with a module layout comprised of two 32-bit sub-channels, DDR5 memory is capable of delivering more data than DDR4.

 

Additionally, DDR5 memory modules are built with an on-board PMIC (power management integrated circuit) chip, allowing better granular power control and more reliable power delivery to improve signal integrity at high frequency speeds. Ultimately, ensuring the highest level of system stability for gaming and for work.

 

Availability & Specifications

Trident Z5 and Trident Z5 RGB DDR5 memory kits will be available via G.SKILL worldwide distribution partners by November 2021. See below for a table of memory specifications available at launch for the Trident Z5 family.

 

BenchMate 10.8 with official Rocket Lake and Windows11 support

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New installer, official Rocket Lake and Windows 11 support, several important bugfixes

BenchMate is now operated by Lentils e.U. instead of overclockers.at. overclockers.at is now a nonprofit association and therefore can't have an extended validation certificate, which is needed by the BenchMate kernel driver. This is purely an organizational change without any practical impact.

    Download BenchMate 10.8 here

       

    • Official support for Rocket Lake & Windows 11
    • New installer with a classic look using basic MSI functionality. It's also smaller in size and should be much more stable than the last one. 
    • Added the latest HWiNFO SDK to fix the Rocket Lake 4C/6C memory frequency bug
    • Added OS detection for the latest Windows 10 and Windows Server version
    • Added detection for upcoming CPU and platform releases
    • Memory frequency and timings are no longer mandatory to produce a valid result file
    • Improved score security by adding more result validation
    • Improved executable obfuscation, error messages for result file creation errors. 
    • Fixed a bug where some benchmarks showed "HWiNFO error (reboot?)" when mandatory sensors where missing
    • Fixed a bug where a skewed timer could result in a negative score/time
    • Fixed a bug where some benchmarks were not visible in the result list after restarting the client (thanks to L0wpull from HWBOT)
    • Fixed DIMM slot detection of EVGA Z590 DARK
    • Fixed Rocket Lake timer detection warning in GPUPI. Important: GPUPI will show a 20 MHz HPET instead, which is actually using QPC with an appropriate factor for timestamps internally. It's a workaround to avoid the unsafe timer warnings and does not mean that you really have HPET enabled!
    • Fixed HPET bug on legacy platforms (X58 and below) where time could not be measured for a longer period than up to 4 minutes (thanks to L0wpull from HWBOT)
    • Fixed a bug that closed the launcher before displaying an error message
    • Updated all tools to their latest versions: HWiNFO 7.07, CPU-Z 1.96.1, GPU-Z 2.41.0

    Big thanks to ASRock, Nick Shih and Splav to implement and test the Rocket Lake support. 

    Download BenchMate 10.8 here

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    Max1024's History of Competitive Overclocking featuring Ian aka 8pack Parry

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    Max1024 has just released a new article in his History of Overclocking series. This time featuring UK's finest Ian Parry aka 8Pack. This is part1 of maybe one of the most controversial overclockers in the scene. The article is in Russian, therefore Google translate is your best friend ofc :)

    (click picture to go to the article)

    Professional overclocking did not immediately enter Ian Parry's daily life. Before starting his professional career as an overclocker, 8Pack was a professional bodybuilder and his daily routine was connected more with training in the gym and playing sports. Later he began to work in this direction as a personal trainer.

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    In an interview with kitguru.net, Ian Parry shared the numbers of his physical activity while he was preparing for the competition. “Usually, when I competed in bodybuilding competitions and prepared, I squeezed about 8-10 repetitions of a barbell with four pancakes on each side (about 185 kg, including the bar), squat with five pancakes on each side, with a bar it is about 220 kg , did about 6 of these reps. Press from the shoulders - 60 kg with each hand, and so on...

    Thanks for another in-depth article Maxim !


    G.Skill Tweakers Contest Stage 2 less than 9 days to go !

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    The G.Skill Tweakers Contest is entering the final leg for Stage2 with less than 9 days to go.

    While most of the Extreme overclockers still seem to in hibernation mode, the ambient clockers are battling it out for the top spots, with already over 23 entries. Pushing their air or watercooled rigs in the memory sensitive PYPrime benchmark.

    Current leader from Norway: Arni90, followed closely by Kansai from France and by a wider margin Midnight703 from the United States.

    Don't forget, at the end of the year we will have an overal G.Skill Tweakers Contest Winner for an additional prize.

    These are the current Ambient and Extreme leaderboards: