Record-breaking month for 3DMark world records

October 1, 2014

There's nothing overclockers like more than getting their hands on new hardware. With new Haswell-E processors and the X99 chipset from Intel and new Maxwell GPUs from NVIDIA, the world's top overclockers broke twenty-one 3DMark world records in September. We're pretty sure that's a record as well!

The Futuremark Hall of Fame is the only source of official 3DMark world record scores. It provides a fair and level playing field for the world's best overclockers to showcase their talents and a platform for manufacturers to promote the performance of their products.

Every Hall of Fame score is validated by Futuremark to ensure that it accurately reflects that system's true performance. Invalid benchmark scores from runs that have been manipulated or modified through software or system settings are excluded. 

There's one simple way to know for sure that a 3DMark score is valid: check its result details page on A banner at the top of the page will tell you if the score is valid. If the score is invalid, the banner will explain why. 

We'll be watching for more world record scores in our latest overclocking competition presented by Galax, the new name for Galaxy. Running until October 20, the contest guarantees 12 winners a place at the Galax GOC 2014 grand final overclocking event in China later this year. 

Visit the Futuremark Hall of Fame to see the world's best 3DMark scores and follow @3DMarkHoF on Twitter for new top 10 scores as they come in.