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- Enthusiast league

2400.1 MHz with DDR4 SDRAM at 4800.2MHz

Ranking position

189th

WR Rank:

189th out of 2208

189th

Global rank:

189th out of 2208

189th

DDR4 SDRAM rank:

189th out of 701

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Verification URL, image, checksum
https://valid.x86.fr/3v8g0m

Hardware details

CPU details

  • Model: Intel Core i9 9900K 'Coffee Lake-S'
  • Cooling: AIO Water
  • Temperature (°C): 47 (load)
  • Speed: 5,202.55MHz (+44.52%)
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Memory details

  • Manufacturer: Patriot
  • Product: Viper Steel
  • Cooling: Air (Stock)
  • Type: 16384MB DDR4 SDRAM
  • Speed: @ 4,800MHz
  • Timings: CL19.0 22-22-42 2T

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Disk details

  • Capacity: 250GB (IDE)
  • Series: 970 Evo Plus NVMe (Phoenix (S4LR020) controller)
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Power details

  • Series: SuperNOVA G2
  • Power: 1,300 Watt

Recent Comments

United States TwoEvilOne commented on his own score:

4800.2

United States marco.is.not.80 says:

nice score man, but I'm pretty sure those screenshots from what looks like a dual monitor won't be accepted - just a heads up. I know the bot can be picky about stuff like that so it's just good to get into the habit of doing screenshots exactly as directed in the rules so you don't do some epic score just to have it rejected. I've had it happen many times - everyone has - figured I'd say something. nice job - good to see you getting the "bot bug" ;-)

United States marco.is.not.80 says:

Wanted to add - that what is really impressive here is that you are doing this in dual channel mode. If you look at the top scores everyone does it in single channel. All the world records set by memory manufacturers also quote single channel. See how far you can go in single channel mode - I bet you can get one of those sticks to 5000 no problem.

Italy ale belo says:

no need the screenshot out of cups.the cpuz validater is ok

United States TwoEvilOne says:

Thanks for the info guys!

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