Wednesday, May 20th 2020

Intel Core i9-10900K Pushed to 7.707 GHz Under Liquid Helium Cooling

An Intel Core i9-10900K processor was overclocked to 7707 MHz with all cores enabled, by professional overclocker Elmor, who participated in a collaborative overclocking session by ASUS. The frequency was achieved at 101.42 MHz BClk, and 76x multiplier. Supporting the overclock was a liquid helium evaporator. An ASUS ROG Maximus XII Apex motherboard was used for the feat, along with a single stick of DDR4-4400 memory. Also, Windows XP was used, to support the ASUS Turbo V Core tool. Find the CPU-Z validation here.
A video presentation of the feat follows.

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8 Comments on Intel Core i9-10900K Pushed to 7.707 GHz Under Liquid Helium Cooling

#1
E-curbi
Just look at the actual surface area of that dood's frontal cranium? :eek:

He could wear (2) hats. :roll:

No wonder - he gets the BIG clocks.

... just kidding Der8auer - we all admire you, in a technical sense of course. :p
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#2
TheLostSwede
E-curbi
Just look at the actual surface area of that dood's frontal cranium? :eek:

He could wear (2) hats. :roll:

No wonder - he gets the BIG clocks.

... just kidding Der8auer - we all admire you, in a technical sense of course. :p
I take it you know Elmor is trolling him?
Most likely because he can't be in Taiwan with them at the moment.
The poor guy must be so frustrated he can't be there playing with his friends.
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#3
E-curbi
TheLostSwede
I take it you know Elmor is trolling him?
Most likely because he can't be in Taiwan with them at the moment.
Naw, I don't keep up with these guys. Only watch when new CPUs launch and Der8auer's delidding and overclocking video guides are extremely helpful. :)
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#4
TheLostSwede
They also managed to hit 6666MHz on the RAM .
E-curbi
Naw, I don't keep up with these guys. Only watch when new CPUs launch and Der8auer's delidding and overclocking video guides are extremely helpful. :)
Neither do I, but Taipei is only so big, so I keep bumping in to them from time to time.

Looks like Asus put together their own take on it all as well.
edgeup.asus.com/2020/maximus-xii-apex-wr-gfp-benchmarks/
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#5
E-curbi
Der8auer's 10900K video :)

LIke I said, dat cranium doe - (2) hats. lol :laugh:

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#6
TheLostSwede
E-curbi
Der8auer's 10900K video :)

LIke I said, dat cranium doe - (2) hats. lol :laugh:


See, he's 500MHz behind due to lack of liquid helium access...
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#7
GreiverBlade
well they actually need Liquid Helium to achieve 300mhz less than a FX-8300 under LN2 and only +500mhz compared to the same CPU under LN2 .... that's a freaking record, indeed ... even if it's an all core OC it's still a pointless OC ... liquid Helium has more crucial use than that farce ;)
and still 1ghz shy of the world record actually ( a FX-8370 under LN2 ).... ok ok .... not all core ... i get it ...

oops ... it was all cores ...


should rename the lineup into "Dry Lake"
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#8
Caring1
E-curbi
Just look at the actual surface area of that dood's frontal cranium? :eek:

He could wear (2) hats. :roll:

No wonder - he gets the BIG clocks.

... just kidding Der8auer - we all admire you, in a technical sense of course. :p
High forehead = increased brain power, well that's my explanation and I'm, sticking with it. :roll:
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