Dancop, a German overclocker just recently achieved the 1440P or WQHD Catzilla World Record with the latest ASUS STRIX GTX 980 and the ASUS Rampage V Extreme motherboard. In conjunction with his team mates, BenchBros also won the AOOC (ASUS Open Overclocking Cup) 2014 Finals in Moscow two weeks ago (November 22th).
New Catzilla 1440p World Record: 30432 marks
- Previous score: TeamAU with 30109 marks on Rampage IV Black Edition and ASUS R9 290X. 2382 marks difference
- Notes: On December 4th, Dancop also achieved the World Record for Catzilla 720P with 68122 marks.
- CPU: Intel Core i7-5960X “Haswell-E” @ 4,800MHz (+60%)
- MB: Rampage V Extreme
- VGA: 4 x Strix GTX 980 @ 1,700MHz (+39.80%) / 2,050MHz (+16.54%)
- Memory: G.Skill Ripjaws4 x 16GB DDR4 @ 1,500MHz
- PSU: 1,200 Watt
- CPU and VGA cooling: water cooled!
- HWBot Record LINK
- Previous World Record – Catzilla 720P
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