TecLab overclocks GALAX GeForce RTX 3080 SG to 2340 MHz and breaks the world record

Published: 18th Sep 2020, 07:43 GMT   Comments

The Brazilian overclocking team TecLab, led by Ronaldo ‘rbuass’ Buassali is back with new world record.

TecLab scores 2340 MHz clock speed with GeForce RTX 3080

Two weeks ago we reported that TecLab managed to break the 3 GHz barrier on the RTX 2080 Ti graphics card. The team is back with another achievement, the highest score in 3DMark Time Spy Extreme.

The 3DMark Hall of Fame website may be a bit confusing at first. There are many types of scores listed on the page. NVIDIA yesterday announced it will phase out SLI technology in favour of native game integrations. This, and lack of SLI fingers on sub-RTX3090 graphics cards, basically means tht SLI is dead. Thus, it makes no sense to compare future grpahics cards with old-generation supporting multi-GPU connections. That said, a filter ‘Number of GPUs: 1x’ needs to be applied.

It is also important to change from Total Score to Graphics Score only. The total score takes CPU performance into an account, which is totally meaningless for GPU ranking. This is how we end up on Time Spy Extreme Graphics Score (1x GPU) scoreboard.

TecLab achieved a 10595 Graphics Score, which puts it just 571 points over Lucky_n00b (Alva’s Jonathan) result. The TecLab’s sample is GALAX SG, based on NVIDIA reference design, while Alva’s card is MSI GAMING X TRIO (overclocked to 2160 MHz).

The TecLab’s GALAX card was overclocked to 1749/2019 MHz (base/boost) which gave it a stable clock speed of 2310 MHz during the test. This of course was only possible with Liquid Nitrogen where the temperature of the GPU remained at sub 0C temperature.

The GPU was accompanied by Intel Core i9-10900K overclocked to 6.1 GHz and also running with liquid nitrogen.

The overclocking session has been recorded (from live stream):

Os lançamentos da Nvidia como você nunca verá em outro lugar!!!

Link do grupo para discussão (Facebook): https://www.facebook.com/groups/teclabbyrbuass

Update: Port Royal and Fire Strike Ultra world records also have been broken:

Source: 3DMark, HWBOT via Wccftech

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