G.SKILL 10th Annual OC World Record Stage 2024

SkatterBencher joins the ASUS OC team at the G.SKILL’s 10th Annual OC World Record Stage 2024 at Computex.

g.skill oc world record stage 2024 banner

To quote the official G.SKILL press release: “G.SKILL OC World Record Stage has been a highly anticipated overclocking event in the extreme overclocking community. It’s a great venue where the world’s top professional overclockers gather at the G.SKILL Computex booth and try to achieve as many overclocking records as possible using liquid nitrogen (LN2) for extreme cooling. This year, this extreme overclocking event features high-end performance motherboards from ASRock, ASUS, GIGABYTE, and MSI, the latest Intel platform, and G.SKILL DDR5 memory.”

G.SKILL OC World Record Stage 2024 Schedule

Together with Tony and Safedisk from ASUS and Elmor from ElmorLabs, I’ll be at the G.SKILL booth on June 5, 2024. I’m sure most readers are familiar with Safedisk and Elmor, but few might know Tony.

Tony Yu (俞元麟) is the host of the 普普通通Tony大叔 Bilibili channel, which loosely translates as Ordinary Uncle Tony. Furthermore, he is also the General Manager for ASUS China. The Bilibili channel is well-known for their occasional extreme overclocking exploits such as when they overclocked the Ryzen 7 8700G to 3860 MHz and the Loongson 3A6000 to 3 GHz.

If you’re attending Computex 2024 in Taipei, Taiwan, feel free to drop by at any day during the week to check out what the different overclocking teams are up to.

g.skill oc world record stage 2024 schedule

June 5 Agenda

While we’re still working out the details of the specific schedule of the day (and we want to keep some things a surprise), I can only provide a general agenda. Here’s the general plan:

  • 09:00-11:00: Setup system
  • 11:00-12:00: First XOC window
  • 12:00-13:00: Lunch
  • 13:00-14:00: Second XOC window
  • 14:00-16:00: Third XOC window
  • 17:00-18:00: Teardown

My primary system will feature a Raptor Lake Refresh Core i9 CPU and of course plenty of LN2 cooling I will also update this page with the final system specifications, the records achieved (if any) and links to the relevant results.

If the internet connectivity permits, I will also try to put up a livestream on the SkatterBencher YouTube channel. If that happens, I’ll embed the livestream below.

Live Overclocking Results

Unfortunately we couldn’t get the OCCT stability certificate on the stage, despite running OCCT on the system for more than 2 hours combined. You can check the replay of the livestream embedded above to see our struggles completing the benchmark. Fortunately, we did get 4 other benchmark records.

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