Swedish OC legend Rauf has recently been having a very good time benching a pair of NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti cards. In fact using GALAX HoF Lab Edition models under LN2, he managed to take down the World Record in the Catzilla 720p benchmark, plus three other Global First Place dual-GPU scores in3DMark Time Spy, 3DMark Fire Strike and Fire Strike Extreme. Let’s take a quick look at those scores and check out his rig.
In the Catzilla 720p benchmark we find a new World record score of 114,843 marks. The score was made with both GPUs pushed at subzero temperatures to 2,300MHz (+55.41%) on the GPU and 1,566MHz (+13.81%) on the graphics memory. The rig was based around a Intel Core i9 7980XE 'Skylake-X' processor clocked at a very tasty 5,500MHz (+111.54%) with a GALAX HoF DDR4 kit configured at 2,000MHz (12-11-11-28). The rig also featured a ASUS ROG Rampage VI Apex motherboard and an 8 Pack Edition Super Flower 2,000W power supply.
The above rig was also used to set a new Global First Place score in 3DMark Time Spy, with the dual-GPU record now standing at 24,389 marks. The new fastest dual-GPU score submission in the 3DMark Fire Strike Extreme benchmark is 32,175 marks while in 3DMark Fire Strike benchmark it stands at 49,402 marks.
You can check out the submissions for yourself in the links above and also take a look at the Rauf profile page to see what else this guy has been up to. His recent work means that he now has the honor of possessing 75 cups and medals and moves up to 7th place in the HWBOT league rankings with a total points haul of 2,351. Congrats!