EVGA GeForce RTX 3090 Overclocked to 2.6GHz by KINGPIN

EVGA’s master-overclocker Vince Lucido, otherwise known as KINGPIN has managed to push the RTX 3090 to an insane 2.6GHz, shattering the 3D Mark Port Royal records by a notable margin. He was able to achieve nearly 17K points in the benchmark, beating the previously held record by JayTwoCents by 2,000 points.

The GPU core was overclocked by +525MHz, resulting in an effective boost clock of up 2580MHz. The voltage used for the test was 1069mV and the memory was pushed to 2,687.5MHz or 12.5Gbps, effective.

Adding all the 10K cores and the overclocked boost clock, you get 54 TFLOPs of single-precision performance and a memory bandwidth of 1 TB/s, on par with HBM2 configurations such as the Radeon PRO VII.


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