This was achieved using 1.889 Volts on a 63x multiplier at 112.11 MHz on the bus for a 7.06 Ghz overclock using dry ice. While the Ivy Bridge Core processors might end up a bit late, their performance and overclocking looks solid, and with prices shaping up to be similar to current Sandy Bridge CPUs the future looks promising for enthusiasts.
Intel Ivy Bridge overclocked to over 7GHz
Posted on Thursday, Mar 01 2012 @ 18:44 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
Legit Reviews reports overclockers are already breaking the 7GHz barrier with samples of Intel's Core i7-377k "Ivy Bridge" processor: