# Best SAT upper bounds based on number of clauses

What's the best upper bounds based on number of clauses? In this question shown fastest algorithms for SAT, but there bounds depends from number of variables ( $O(const^n)$ where n is number of variables).

I know that variables bounds can be converted to clauses bounds. If k-SAT formula contains $m$ clauses then $n \leq \frac{k * m}{2}$, consequently if algorithm bounded by $O(const^n)$, it also bounded by $O(const^ \frac{k * m}{2}) = O((const^ \frac{k}{2})^m)$. In that way PPSZ for 3-SAT can be bounded by $O(1.496^m)$. But I'm interested in algorithms which bounds "natively" depends from number of clauses.