India’s Shatul Durlabhji overtaken half AMD FX-6300 WR Categories in HWBOT

Shatul Durlabhji, more widely known as Toolius in multiple tech forums and in real life made a huge achievement with AMD FX-6300 and his trusty Mora 3 water cooling setup. Toolius taken over 8 out of 15 of the existing FX-6300 single core leaderboard.

With the clock speed of 5.34 GHz, Toolius made a record in PiFast, Super Pi 1M and 32M, wPrime 32M and 1024M, PCMark 2005, UC 2011 and Cinebench R11.5. The setup that he used was a water-cooled setup with Asus Crosshair V Formula-Z, 8GB Corsair Vengeance memory kit clocked at 2150MHz CL 10-12-12-31, 128GB Samsung 840 Pro and CM 1000w V series power supply.




More of Toolius’ record standings can be seen from here.

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