Indian Overclockers Break World Record On Intel Xeon 2699 V4 With Help From ASUS India

The top tier overclocker’s in India are at work again!
Recently in a seven-hour long session in Mumbai, star overclocker Shatul aka Toolius and the one and only Darklord also known as Amey to his friends managed to get their hands on two Xeon 2699 V4 processors(that’s 22 core/ 44 thread each) and an Asus Z10PE-D8 WS; as expected a few world records were taken that day.

The record’s included : Cinebench, Geekbench 3 Multicore, Cinebench R15, wPrime 1024M.

wPrime 1024

 

Commenting about the accomplishment, Toolius and Darky were overwhelmed with the setup.

“It is interesting to note that benching on a server board is completely different compared to benching on the legendary ROG motherboards which are designed for overclocking. Since the main objective with server boards is to attain rock solid stability, it was pleasing to see ASUS provide tons of overclocking options for a 2P server board for extracting more performance. It was amazing to see how stable the platform was even at overclocked speeds, clearly indicating how sorted the motherboard is. For a board to have such stability on a launch bios for the new CPUs is truly remarkable.” said Amey aka Darky

Geekbench 3

Toolius speaking about the experience said, “While benching for Cinebench R15, after getting the settings right, when we ran for the first time, we actually cracked up after seeing an unbelievably high score. The way in which Cinebench ran, was something you have to see in person to believe.
While running Cinebench R11.5 initial scores were so low that it had us perplexed. However after trying out a few tweaks, the next run resulted in a World No.2 score! As for us, it was a very different experience in terms of overclocking. Since the whole point of overclocking is to see boost in performance, it was mind numbing to see the brute force this platform showcased in terms of performance.

Cinebench R15

 

The setup used by Toolius and Darky consisted of (in case some one is interested to have a go)

Motherboard : Asus Z10PE-D8 WS ( Latest Retail BIOS: 3204)
CPU :  2 x Intel Xeon E5 2699 V4 ( 22 core/ 44 thread each)
RAM : 8 x 8GB Kingston 2133 MHz ECC DDR4
PSU : Antec 1300W High Current Power
Cooling : Custom water cooling for both the CPUs
Graphic Card : Asus Geforce GT610 PCIe
Hard Drive : Samsung 750 EVO SSD
Operating System : Windows 2008 R2 x64

 

Cinebench R11.5

 

The TechARX and OCINDIA team congratulates Shatul and Amey for their achievements and we eagerly await for a many more records when Broadwell and NVidia pascal cards hits our shores.

here’s a recap of all the records they took home:

 

We also give a big thanks to Asus India for their efforts and help in improving the Indian overclocking scene and hope that in the coming times they will help all the Indian overclocker’s whoever shows the mettle and skill to perform at the world stage.

Till then keep on overclocking and don’t be afraid to push it over the limit!

 

 

Sumon Pathak

Sumon Pathak

Lawyer by day, Overclocker and reviewer by night, and a sniper in weekends.

  • Freeman4096

    Since when is reaching 2nd world record BREAKING WORLD RECORD? nice click bait to sh*tty article. one cant even zoom in pictures.

    • Gregory Klopper

      They were beat after the original record breaking, and you can open images in a new tab. Don’t be a dick.

  • Petar

    How did you overclock anything on this motherboard, it doesn’t have one single setting even to change CL latency… only thing that motherboard offer is BCLK which overclocks everything, including PCIe cards, which is very limiting if one has sas or any other controller that might simply not work with BCLK greater than 100… where are these tweaking settings ????