After the release of Maxwell Second Generation Architecture, many extreme Overclocking master’s shifts their attention to the bad boys Gtx 980 and 970, GM204 is fused on both Graphics Cards. After this act of paradigm shift, other models of video cards in the current market are facing difficulties. But in Overclocking world, there is always a wish to be better with previous candy and try to update the ratings of HWBot. So the latest news is coming from Argentina, where Enthusiast Nacho Arroyo with the use of liquid nitrogen reaches a couple of Radeon R9 290X to 1400/7000 MHz and set a record in 3DMark Fire Strike with a score of 24,716 points. The Setup he use to achieve this record was equipped with following candies:

  • Intel Core i7 4790K @LN2
  • Asus Maximus VII Formula ROG
  • 2x Asus R9 290X Matrix Platinum ROG @ LN2
  • SeaSonic 1200W Platinum
  • Corsair SSD Neutron
  • Corsair Dominator Platinum 2666MHz c10 @ 2800MHz c9

AMD Radeon R9 290X Crossfire set a 3DMark Fire Strike Record

AMD Radeon R9 290X Crossfire set a 3DMark Fire Strike Record

The Argentina Player is also at the second place with the AMD Radeon R9 290X in 3DMark Fire Extreme Strike with a score of 13,318 points. Try to force in 3DMark11 Performance, Argentina entrenched in third place with a score of 32328 points and 1450/7000 MHz frequency of video card. We can say with the more modern and Overclocking little more in CPU results could give us better result, but getting into the top three in this category can be considered as a success.

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