Overclockers overclock the Galax GeForce RTX 4090 HOF to 3825

Overclockers overclock the Galax GeForce RTX 4090 HOF to 3.825 GHz and set 14 performance records

Earlier this month, Galax announced that its GeForce RTX 4090 Hall of Fame graphics card, which it is developing, set 20 world records in various tests including 3DMark and Unigine Superposition. The OGS overclocking team has now succeeded in increasing the clock rate of the graphics accelerator to an impressive 3.825 GHz and setting 14 performance records in various tests.

    Image source: OGS

Image source: OGS

The main feature of the Galax GeForce RTX 4090 HOF is that the graphics card is equipped with a pair of 12+4-pin 12VHPWR power connectors that can potentially deliver up to 1200W of power to the device. The accelerator was specially created to conquer world records, which it has previously successfully mastered.

Record-breaking performance was achieved thanks to a specially tuned RTX 4090 HOF graphics card, extreme cooling of the accelerator components with liquid nitrogen, and a custom BIOS version. The records themselves look like this:

  • GPUPI_1B – 857ms,
  • GPUPI_32B – 48s 124ms,
  • Fire Strike Ultra – 31,095 points,
  • Fire Strike Extreme – 53,481 points,
  • Port Royal – 31,932 points,
  • 3DMark Vantage performance – 220,663 points,
  • 3DMark Vantage Extreme – 185120 points,
  • 3DMark 11 performance – 96816 points,
  • Catzilla 1080p – 147,682 points,
  • Catzilla 1440p – 82,354 points,
  • Catzilla 4K – 35,829 points,
  • Catzilla 576p – 206,018 points,
  • Catzilla 720p – 195,393 points,
  • Overlay 8K – 18,145 points.

It’s likely that we’ll soon see how the RTX 4090 can be overclocked to even higher frequencies. Against the background of the latest achievements of enthusiasts, the threshold of 4.0 GHz no longer seems so unattainable. However, don’t expect any other brand to compete with the Galax model just yet, as there are no news on MSI Lighting and Asus ROG Matrix graphics cards just yet.

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