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Intel: i9-11900K pushed to over 7 GHz with LN2

Intel: i9-11900K pushed to over 7 GHz with LN2

A few days before the official release, here are the first records under liquid nitrogen (LN2) of the IntelCore Rocket Lake

and more particularly the i9-11900k.

The Intel Core i9-11900K clocked at over 7 Ghz under LN2

Shared on Twitter by APISAK, the user named ” Rog-Fisher ” brought the new IntelCore i9-11900K to 7048 Mhz with a voltage of 1.873 volts under LN2. The motherboard used was an ASUS ROG

Maximus XIII Apex. We will propose you the test of this motherboard on Tuesday ! https://twitter.com/TUM_APISAK/status/1375803183088300035

The overclocker

has validated three records on the CPU-Z website (which have since been deleted). Record intel core i9-11900k

Moreover, a youtuber named PC Wale published a video on the overclocking of the i9-11900K, also using liquid nitrogen. He was able to reach 6.5 GHz with a voltage of 1.678 volts on an ASUS Maximus XIII Hero

. i9-11900k sous LN2 6.5 Ghz

Unfortunately, the youtuber was sent this processor by Intel, so there is no benchmark. We’ll have to wait a few more days until March 30th to get the official tests of this generation and the results under liquid nitrogen.

Special Rocket Lake and i9-11900K party this Wednesday

We can already tell you that we will propose you a very complete test of the i9-11900K, the i5-11600K and three motherboards. We are also preparing a special live event around this 11th generation.

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