Recognized Indonesian overclocker – Hazzan – has broke a new world record with four GeForce GTX 680s in 3DMark11 Performance competition.
Although, a previous record set by J.Lin was beaten only by 39 points, it is still impressive number. Interestingly, this is the only GeForce GTX 680 configuration in top 10 results (there is only one results of GTX 690 on 10th position). Such score was possible thanks to a very high core clock, which was set to 1706 MHz. Also memory was overclocked to effective 7200 MHz. Those speeds are only available when using liquid Nitrogen cooling.
Hazzan used four ASUS GeForce GTX 680 DirectCU II cards in Quad-SLI, Intel i7 3930K @ 5.7 GHz on ASUS Rampage IV motherboard and 8GB of DDR3 memory overclocked to 2479 MHz. On the top of that there were two Antec Hich Current Pro 1200W power supplies.
Please note that the GPU-Z readings are totally wrong, probably because of the application limitations in Quad-SLI clock configurations. The new record was reached during ROG Absolute Zero Extreme OC event. You can check the details at official ROG website.
- Source: HWBOT