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Nov 15, 2011

Memory Overclocking World Record Set by ADATA DDR3 and AMD FX-8150 CPU

AMD's FX-8150 processor has another world record to show for itself, as it has just managed to achieve the world's highest memory frequency so far, namely 3311MHz, with the help of an ADATA DDR3 dual-channel kit.

The record was achieved by Matthias Zronek, an overclocker that is known in enthusiast circles by the name of Mat.

In order to achieve this high frequency he used an AMD FX-8150 Bulldozer processor installed on an Asus Crosshair V motherboard and a pair of retail ADATA XPG Gaming Series V2.0 memory modules.

The system was of course cooled by liquid nitrogen, which has become increasingly popular in the last few years among overclockers.

The official validation screenshot of the world record memory result is available here, and a video of a Super Pi 1M run with 3000MHz memory is enclosed right above this article.


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