Top overclocker Luumi brought the 3DMark Time Spy Extreme record back to Finland

Joel ‘Jokot’ Knippare, known from TechBBS forums, was also involved in the record hunt at Aalto University.

Top Finnish overclocker Juhani Luumi has embarked on a new record hunt again. This time, Joel ‘Jokot’ Knippare, who was influential on the TechBBS discussion forum, was also present.

Lumi and Jokoti’s overclocking sessions were not wasted, but resulted in hard readings in several tests. A new world record was set in Finland at Time Spy Extreme, where the result of 24,539 points clearly covers the previous record result of 24,038 points by Swedish watchmaker Rauf, who ranks second. In reality, the mood was even faster, with a score of 24,851 points left in the pocket for the puppets.

A new world record was set with Intel’s 5404 MHz overclocked Xeon W-3175X processor and two EVGA GeForce RTX 3090 graphics cards. The graphics cards in the graphics cards operate at 2520 MHz and the GDDR6X memories at 22.9 Gbps. EVGA’s SR-3 Dark motherboard was fitted with a bit of special 80GB of memory on five combs, even though the processor memory controller is 6-channel. According to Lumi, the solution was necessary in SLI tests when the backplane of the second card came in the way of one memory channel, but there is no significant difference in performance between the five and six channels, he said.

In addition to the new world record, noteworthy results were also obtained at Port Royal, where he finished second with a score of 36,068 points. At the top of Port Royal is Korean biso biso with a balance of 36,335. In the basic Time Spy, the pace was enough for the third place with 38,754 points, while the top is the biso biso familiar from Port Royal with 40,296 points.

The record hunt for Luumi and Jokoti was carried out with liquid nitrogen sponsored by Aalto University at the university’s premises in Otaniemi.

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