Gigabyte GA-X99-SOC Champion Sub-Zero Overclocking Review

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LN2 Testing


I was competing for OC Challenger 2015 Div 1 Round 3 and was doing some testing with LN2 after I did the dry ice testing. unfortunately for me I found that I really couldn’t go much further than I got with dry ice originally. Fortunately, I was able to get a decent placing in the contest ending up at #15 out of 334 people.

38155 points Geekbench3 @ 5385.7MHz.

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I got a decent score with Geekbench running at 5385MHz but I could have done better and even helped my final placing had I purchased the benchmark as the 64 bit does do much better than the standard 32bit stock bench. I’ll take it as a learning experience and know that mistake may have propelled me into the top 10.

5GHz Intel XTU: 2645 marks

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I was decently surprised with this score as it beat out a run that I had done at 5150MHz on dry ice. I think with some of the new Samsung based IC memory I might be able to improve this score greatly since the new Samsung should be able to tighten up quite a bit at 3000.

1min 12sec 646ms wPrime @ 5000.9MHz.

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wPrime was unfortunately not able to be run at anything higher than 5GHz for now and I will be working on getting things stabilized so that I can improve over this score.

Article Index

  1. Introduction
  2. Motherboard OC Features
  3. Software
  4. BIOS
  5. Testing & Methodology
  6. Results
  7. LN2 Testing
  8. Final Thoughts
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