MSI breaks DDR4 world record: it's now 5902MHz

Posted on Wednesday, Aug 07 2019 @ 10:30 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
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MSI announced its in-house overclocker Kovan Yang set a new DDR4 world record. Using the MSI MPG Z390I GAMING EDGE AC motherboard, he achieved a frequency of 5902MHz on a single stick of 8GB Kingston KHX3466C19D4/8G DDR4 memory with the timings set at CL31-63-63 2T. As usual, various tricks were employed, including the use of LN2 cooling and a Intel Core i9-9900K CPU with just 2 cores activated and running at just 805.27MHz.
Since MSI broke the DDR4 world record at 5608 MHz in the beginning of 2019, this record has been continuously held the No.1 position for over 30 weeks. It highlights the strength on overclocking performance for MSI motherboards.

Over half a year, MSI's in-house overclocker, Kovan Yang, breaks another DDR4 world record, pushing the DDR4 speeds to an incredible 5902MHz. Using HyperX Predator DDR4 memory and the MSI Z390I GAMING EDGE AC motherboard by liquid nitrogen cooling, MSI sets another barrier for the world DDR4 memory frequency.

Undoubtedly, MSI dominates the overclocking performance with our well-designed motherboard, MSI MPG Z390I GAMING EDGE AC, and MSI’s unique and patented DDR4 Boost technology. In addition, this also reveals team-up power with HyperX Predator DDR4 memory.
MSI DDR4 at 5902MHz with LN2

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