Kingpin (Vince Lucido), overclocker at EVGA, has shattered the 3DMark Port Royal World by using the GeForce RTX 3090 Kingpin Hybrid Graphics Card. Due to an insane amount of overclocking, the score went beyond 16000 in the Port Royal benchmarks.
Kingpin showed that he used the upcoming EVGA GeForce RTX 3090 KINGPIN Hybrid series graphics card to achieve the world record. The GPU was given a boost of 525Mhz, which helped to achieve a clock speed of 2580Mhz (2550Mhz on average). The voltage of the card was set at 1069mV while the memory was overclocked to 21.5Gbps which is 2Gbps higher than the stock 19.5Gbps speed provided in the RTX 3090 Graphics card.
This nets a bandwidth of over 1TB/s for the 24GB GDDR6X memory. The GPU crosses 54TFLOPs of FP392 compute horsepower at the above mentioned overclocking speeds. King used an Intel I9-10900KF and a Z490 motherboard. The CPU was also overlooked to 5.2 GHz. The system featured a 32GB RAM running at 4900MHz (CL14).
The 3DMark Port Royal final score report showed 16773 points with the overclock, which is at least 25% better than the standard RTX 3090. However, LN2 is not a realistic performance evaluation criteria but gives an idea regarding the limits to which the GPU can be pushed and the extra performance they pack. Higher numbers can be expected once other overclockers put their RTX 3090 to test.