Overclocker breaks 3.825 GHz frequency with GeForce RTX 4090 in a 3D test

Published: May 10th 2023, 07:37 GMT   Comments

Colorful iGame RTX 4090 overclocked to 3.825 GHz in Unigine test

There is currently no competition for the highest GPU clock, at least not on a popular HWBOT site. However, some time-based benchmarks like GPUPI are often used for claiming such records. Back in November, it was reported that GALAX HOF RTX 4090 GPU broke the 3.825 GHz barrier in GPUPI benchmark, which was the highest clock ever on a graphics card. But the important thing to note is that GPUPI is not a 3D test, but rather a simple calculation of PI with the power of the GPU.

The Unigine Superposition test is not a gaming test either, but this is a full 3D test that can make many cards sweat, especially with 8K profile. Overclocker “CENS” has been working on achieving world records with the recently launched GeForce RTX 4090 iGame LAB, a flagship Colorful GPU for extreme overclocking.

RTX 4090 overclocked to 3.825 GHz, Source: CENS

According to the screenshots provided by CENS, the card was clocked as high as 3.825 GHz during the test. The system is equipped with Intel Core i9-13900K hardware, and it was running with custom liquid nitrogen cooling with temperature as low as -192°C. Do not try this at home!

Worth adding that this achievement got CENS the first place in the official Superposition benchmark with a score of 18701 points.


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