Overclockers continue to explore the overclocking potential of the Galax GeForce RTX 4090 Hall of Fame. This model is notable for its powerful dual (12+4)-pin 12VHPWR power supply system and has previously helped set a number of world records. This time, the Greek OGS team managed to “fire it up” to 3825 MHz in the core.
In this mode, the Galax GeForce RTX 4090 Hall of Fame was able to complete the GPUPi v3.3 – 1B benchmark in just 857ms, which is a new record for systems with a single GPU. Along with this, records were updated in more than ten overclocking disciplines (GPUPi, 3Dmark, Catzilla and Superposition), however, in their case, the Nvidia AD102 GPU ran at a frequency of 3.66 to 3.78 GHz.
The basis of the OGS test bench was a bunch of ASUS ROG Maximus Z790 Apex motherboard and Intel Core i9-13900K processor. During the benchmark session, the flagship “stone” Raptor Lake-S worked at a frequency of up to 7600 MHz, and liquid nitrogen evaporators provided cooling for the CPU and video card.