EK Water Blocks, Ljubljana based premium water cooling gear manufacturer, is proud to officially release the EK-VGA Supremacy HWBOT Edition, the first fruit of the collaboration between EK Water Blocks and HWBOT.
Although none of the HWBOT staff members is currently visiting the CES event in Las Vegas, we are following the news to find overclocking-related reports. One of the findings is a picture of the Asus Rampage III Extreme, which features more power connections and an added NF200 bridge. To me, the boards a lot (a lot lot) like Evga's 4-Way Classified, though.
Underneath pictures have been posted on Evga's twitter-page just yesterday. Apparently a single Gulftown isn't performant enough ... two and an overclockable mainboard should do the trick! Pictures can be found inside
As HWBot does gather a large amount of information regarding the performance, overclockability and the combination of those two, we no longer need to rely on one-man reviews to figure out if it's worth to buy the new card or not. No, instead of going through a couple of dozen reviews, we let the HWBot engine calculate a couple of results for us ...
The HWBOT hardware index is the brainchild of mtzki, our in-house mathematics and statistics guru. The hardware index indicates the performance of thousands of videocards and processors when pushed to their limits, based on 160.000 benchmark results. 2008 Q1 is the second time we publicly release these charts.
The HWBOT hardware index is the brainchild of mtzki, our in-house mathematics and statistics guru. The hardware index indicates the performance of thousands of videocards and processors, based on hundred thousands of results. 2007 Q4 is the first quarter we publicly release these charts.
Interested in getting a new videocard or processor but can't decide which one? Let the hwbot compare engine help you, it generates custom made charts based on 66.000 benchmark scores.
Recently FM pulled all i-Ram scores from the ORB, HWBot policy unchanged.
What do you do when you get your hands on a Sun Fire x4600 powered with eight dual core AMD Opteron 8220SE chips? Benchmark it of course. Joegaz had the opportunity to benchmark his fancy new server, and reached the top spot in no time.