Originally Posted by CallsignVega
I've personally never been a fan of the Futuremark benchmarks. They have no basis in reality and running real games. I prefer benchmarks of games you would actually play to see how the real effect of your equipment would be.
I've noticed my memory can get to 3700+ even in Surround in Valley but I have to drop it all the way down to 3360 to be stable in BF3 surround with all settings maxed. The memory definitely cannot overclock as high as my 680 classifieds memory that I could send more voltage too.
Ya, once you bring LN2 into the equation that pretty much has its own "category" as those are just temporary runs. For 24/7 gaming system, 140 will be hard to beat unless new drivers come out or something.
He is not using LN2, having said that some of his cooling solutions are quite exotic.
I think on this occasion he was just giving a pair of Titans on air a go on all the common benches.
I also think you said no one had beat your 140fps, I just showed you someone who had.