Terrifying-looking system with two Titan RTX cards in an SLI configuration tears up the Time Spy Extreme Hall of Fame
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If you ever wondered what these systems that annihilate each other’s scores on Time Spy Extreme’s Hall of Fame look like, well here is one of them. A Korean user with a name that seems to be akin to “rebellion” in English has amassed a score of 16,956 points on the above-mentioned benchmark, thereby securing fifth position in the current Hall of Fame.
The Time Spy Extreme competitor utilized a system based on two Nvidia Titan RTX graphics card in an SLI configuration. Supporting that was an Intel Xeon W-3175X CPU, 48 GB RAM, and an Asus ROG Dominus Extreme motherboard. The build looks like something that has just fallen out of patrol officer Rockatansky’s Interceptor in a Mad Max movie.
This is the current highest score by a computer featuring a Titan RTX card on this particular benchmark, with the top four spots held by GeForce RTX 2080 Ti-based systems or a GeForce GTX 1080 Ti-based computer. Time Spy Extreme involves rendering images at 4K resolution and is aimed at devices with graphics cards that have at least 4 GB of dedicated memory.