Wednesday, June 15, 2011

New world record SuperPi 32M with G. Skill DDR3 memories

During the first day of Computex 2011, the three famous overclocker Shamino, Young Pro Fredyama and broke the world record SuperPi 32M using memories G. Skill DDR3 G. Booth Skill. Achieved the incredible time of 5 minutes and 33,172 seconds in SuperPi 32M calculation, with a speed of 2340Mhz DDR3 memory with latencies CL6-9-6-25 Q1.

This is the fastest world record to date using the Intel LGA platform 1155. This amazing score was achieved thanks to the latest hardware, reports G. Skill DDR3 2400MHz CL8 (2x2GB) PI, motherboard ASUS ROG Maximus Extreme IV and an Intel Core i7 overclocked 2600K above 6GHz.

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