A PR by Brian Burke of NVIDIA congratulating Shamino and Team Finland on
their achievements on breaking the 14K 3DMark05 barrier. Both of them are using
ASUS EN6800 Ultras that allows them to achieve higher scores. Great works guys!

PCs powered by NVIDIA SLI technology posted new world records in Futuremark’s
3DMark05 benchmark. Shamino, a PC enthusiast from VR-Zone.com in Singapore, was
the first to break 14,000 3DMarks when he posted a world-record setting 3DMark05
score of 14,047 over the weekend. Recently, Sampsa & Kamu from Muropaketti.com
posted 14,206 3DMarks and now sit atop the Futuremark Hall of Fame. Both record
breaking systems feature an NVIDIA nForce™4 SLI-based motherboard and two NVIDIA
GeForce™ 6800 Ultra graphics processing units (GPUs).

“PC enthusiasts who compete for the top spot on Futuremark’s Hall of Fame know
that the fastest 3D performance is only available through the award-winning SLI
technology from NVIDIA,” said Ujesh Desai, general manager of desktop product
marketing at NVIDIA. “By harnessing the power of two GPUs, NVIDIA is resetting
performance expectations for the enthusiasts PC.”

The current Hall of Fame can be found at

http://www.futuremark.com/community/halloffame/

Discuss here :

http://www.vrforums.com/showthread.php?t=23581&page=1&pp=15

A PR by Brian Burke of NVIDIA congratulating Shamino and Team Finland on
their achievements on breaking the 14K 3DMark05 barrier. Both of them are using
ASUS EN6800 Ultras that allows them to achieve higher scores. Great works guys!

PCs powered by NVIDIA SLI technology posted new world records in Futuremark’s
3DMark05 benchmark. Shamino, a PC enthusiast from VR-Zone.com in Singapore, was
the first to break 14,000 3DMarks when he posted a world-record setting 3DMark05
score of 14,047 over the weekend. Recently, Sampsa & Kamu from Muropaketti.com
posted 14,206 3DMarks and now sit atop the Futuremark Hall of Fame. Both record
breaking systems feature an NVIDIA nForce™4 SLI-based motherboard and two NVIDIA
GeForce™ 6800 Ultra graphics processing units (GPUs).

“PC enthusiasts who compete for the top spot on Futuremark’s Hall of Fame know
that the fastest 3D performance is only available through the award-winning SLI
technology from NVIDIA,” said Ujesh Desai, general manager of desktop product
marketing at NVIDIA. “By harnessing the power of two GPUs, NVIDIA is resetting
performance expectations for the enthusiasts PC.”

The current Hall of Fame can be found at

http://www.futuremark.com/community/halloffame/

Discuss here :

http://www.vrforums.com/showthread.php?t=23581&page=1&pp=15