PC benchmarking world records smashed at the 2013 Intel Developer Forum
Sep 11, 2013 3:39 PM
Teams of expert overclockers use liquid nitrogen to push gaming rigs to the limit, setting all-new benchmark records.
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Five benchmarking world records bite the dust at the Intel Developer Forum
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