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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