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Terrifying-looking system with two Titan RTX cards in an SLI configuration tears up the Time Spy Extreme Hall of Fame

Somewhere there is an 18-wheeler missing an engine. (Image source: Twitter/Death)
Somewhere there is an 18-wheeler missing an engine. (Image source: Twitter/Death)
A titanic score of 16,956 points has been recorded on 3DMark’s Time Spy Extreme benchmark recently. Pictures of the PC build that achieved the amazing result were shared on Twitter, and if you’re a fan of RGB lighting and perfectly ordered cases, you’ll probably want to look away. The “desktop” looks more like an engine than an actual computer.

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.

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Serious cooling required. (Image source: Twitter/Death)
Serious cooling required. (Image source: Twitter/Death)
A position in the top 5. (Image source: 3DMark)
A position in the top 5. (Image source: 3DMark)
Validated result. (Image source: 3DMark)
Validated result. (Image source: 3DMark)

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Daniel R Deakin, 2019-05- 7 (Update: 2019-05- 7)