Vince Lucido breaks 3DMark Port Royal world record
Vince “K|NGP|N” Lucido now holds the world record in 3DMark Port Royal with 16673 graphics points. This score was achieved with a fully-custom design by EVGA based on GeForce RTX 3090 graphics card, a card called – RTX 3090 KINGPIN.
The professional overclocked was able to reach 2580 MHz core clock at 1069 mV with memory at 10750 MHz (21.5 Gbps). Such a frequency represents a 52.2% increase over NVIDIA specs. This is also 10.3% faster memory over reference 19.5 Gbps.
This achievement of course required liquid nitrogen cooling. In the end, the card scored roughly 30% higher than a stock card. Most RTX 3090 Founders Edition cards are capable of overclocking by around 7%.
This is of course is just a beginning for the extreme overclocking scene. Vince was lucky enough to have access to a first full custom card which he himself helped to design with EVGA. But other brands are definitely not going to leave this achievement unnoticed.
As we have heard other board partners are already developing their ‘extreme-OC’ designs. We expect to see MSI Lightning or GALAX HOF cards very soon.
EVGA GeForce RTX 3090 KINGPIN with 2.58 GHz clock, Source: Vince Lucido
Playing around with KP 3090 on LN2 and water cooled 10900K. Can’t wait to see what some of you can do with it, this is nothing yet. We worked very hard to bring this card quicker than anytime in prior 8 years of doing this and I hope you guys have as much fun with it as I did
— Vince Lucido
Current world records in 3DMark Port Royal 1x GPU competition, Source: 3DMark Hall of Fame
EVGA GeForce RTX 3090 KINGPIN Edition