As you all most likely are well aware of Kinc is in possession of ATI’s latest flagship graphics card: Radeon X1950XTX. In our review of the graphics card he showed that there is plenty of potential to be utilized and some of it has now been displayed by his latest overclocking adventure. By pairing the new X1950XTX with ATI’s previous flagship X1900XTX in a Crossfire setup he has managed to score almost 82,000 points in 3DMark 2001 SE. And that’s just using the stock air cooling. The X1950XTX was pumped up to 681/1143 MHz (GPU/MEM) and the X1900XTX to 681/870 MHz to reach a final score of 81,779 points.
Paired with the two graphics card was our, a bit substandard, Intel Core 2 Extreme X6800 clocked at 4679MHz cooled by a Cascade compressor setup running at -90°C.
CPU: X6800 @ 4679MHz
CPU cooling: Cascade cmpressor at -90°C
Master card: X1950XTX @ 681/1143MHz
Slave card: X1900XTX @ 681/870MHz
Memory: Corsair 6400C3 3-3-3-7 425MHz
Motherboard: ASUS P5W DH
And there is more coming, much more.