ASRock, G.Skill, Kingston team up to smash more records at IDF 2015

ASRock, G.Skill and Kingston HyperX team up to smash some more world records at IDF 2015 in the MaXXMEM and 4x Intel XTU categories.

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Published Thu, Aug 27 2015 3:28 AM CDT   |   Updated Tue, Nov 3 2020 12:04 PM CST

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The latest news from ASRock are some brand new records set during IDF 2015. First up is the 4x Intel XTU category, seeing a score of 1910 marks, followed by the MaXXMEM category at 3894.5 marks. Achieved with the help of overclockers 'Splave' and 'L0ud_sil3nc3', this 1910 4x Intel XTU record was posted at no other time than during a live keynote (see above).

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With the help of Kingston DDR4 memory, the MaXXMEM 3894.5 score was achieved on the second day of overclocking, with Intel CEO Brian Krzanichru watching closely, offering the help of an i7-6700K CPU.

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