Corsair Memory Sets New High Quad Channel Speed of 3900MHz

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Intel Developer Forum – San Francisco — September 11, 2013 — Corsair®, a worldwide designer of high-perform­­­­­­ance components to the PC hardware market, today announced that a dream team of the world’s top overclockers set five new overclocking world records  at the OC Main Event sponsored by ASUS®, Corsair, and Intel®.

The overclockers at the OC Main Event included Ronaldo Bussali (Rbuass), Roy Komansilan (Dumo), Charles Wirth (Fugger), Ian Graham Parry (8-Pack), and Mike Gorius (Gunslinger). All worked together to push the limited of overclocking using PCs equipped with Corsair memory, ASUS motherboards, and the latest Intel Core® i7 Extreme “Ivy Bridge-E” processors. Through close teamwork, the overclockers successfully set five new high scores including a new quad channel memory overclock speed of 3900MHz using Corsair’s Vengeance Extreme 3000MHz memory kit.

The scores recorded at the event are as follows:

Benchmarks

New Record Score

3DMark 11 (entry)

38231 marks

3DMark 11 (performance)

38227 marks

3DMark 11 Firestrike

32268 marks

Cinebench (6-core)

17.65

CPU-Z Memory – quad channel

3900MHz

About Corsair

Founded in 1994, Corsair supplies high performance products purchased primarily by PC gaming enthusiasts who build their own PCs or buy pre-assembled customized systems. The company’s award-winning products include DDR3 memory upgrades, mobile storage drives, power supply units, solid-state drives, PC speakers, gaming headsets, gaming keyboards, laser gaming mice, system monitoring and control devices, PC cooling products, and computer cases.

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