A press release from GIGABYTE today details a world record win at the F1 OC P55 challenge. The WR result was under SuperPi 32M using an Intel Core i7 870 CPU and GIGABYTE's GA-P55-UD6 motherboard. As a proud Australian, I'm happy to report this achievement was made by Team Australia. 13 teams from differing countries competed in the event, running from 1-30 September.
GIGABYTE are also happy to report that the Indonesian team were using GIGABYTE's GA-P55-UD6 as well and managed to come in third place.
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