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Corsair's memory tops the 3DMark Hall of Fame

by Steve Kerrison on 16 June 2006, 11:04

Tags: Corsair

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...with a little help from some friends.

Now here's a good bit of publicity for Corsair, DDR2 memory and AMD's socket AM2. K|ngp|n, or as he's known in Real LifeTM, Vince Lucido, has clocked his way to the top of the 3DMark scoreboards in the 2006, 2005 and 2003 versions of the benchmarking software.

The is, in part at least, down to Corsair's TWIN2X2048-6400C3 2GB kit "rated at true low latencies of 3-4-4-9" and supporting the new EPP technology (like an SPD chip for overclocking, if you will.).

Also in the system used by Vince was an FX-62 AM2, GeForce 7900GTX - two in SLI, in fact, running on a Foxconn C51XEM2AA motherboard. Corsair sent us a pic of the feat, taken just a few days ago...

Triple award

Congrats to K|ngp|n, a person clearly leet enough to be worthy of the triple crown.



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Is this guy married? hmmmm
Man I'd rather being playing games than watching 3Dmark run time and time again and going in and out of the BIOS changing the tiniest setting.

Fair does to him though, I wouldn't put that much time in.
Yeah, it does seem to be more of an ego boost than anything. Still, impressive.
Ego boost or not, its people like this that drive the market for lower down overclockers like who are probably reading this thread.