The fall of world records continues in the fourth quarter of 2011. This time, memory speed is once again the target and Kingston HyperX memory is the weapon of choice.
On December 3rd during a live overclocking session, Lab501 broke the world memory speed records at CL10, CL9, and CL8. If you recall from a previous article, Kingston HyperX memory already held the record for CL8.
In the end, with liquid nitrogen bring temperatures down to -196°C, Romanian overclockers Matei "Matose" Mihatoiu, Tudor "Monstru" Badica, and Razvan "Micutzu" Fatu clocked the HyperX CL10 to 3600 MHz, CL9 to 3479 MHz, and CL8 to 3275 MHz. More details below.