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Intel Core i9 7900X hits 6016MHz with LN2 cooling

Posted on Monday, July 10 2017 @ 13:13:25 CEST by

Greek overclocker sofos1990 set a new HWBOT PRIME world record by overclocking the 3.3GHz Intel Core i9 7900X processor to a whopping 6016.3MHz.

The feat was achieved using liquid nitrogen cooling on a system with the Gigabyte X299 SOC Champion motherboard and G.Skill Trident Z DDR4 memory.

Intel's 10-core Skylake-X CPU was cooled to -110°C and operated with a VCore voltage of 1.6V.

The overclock resulted in a HWBOT PRIME score of 12189.52 primes per second, the highest ever recorded. The previous world record stood at 12161.46 pps with a 7900X clocked at 6000MHz.

7900X at 6016MHz



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