9th Gen Intel Core i9-9900K Sets Overclocking Records  

    9th Gen Intel Core i9-9900K Sets Overclocking Records

    9th Gen Intel Core i9-9900K Sets Overclocking Records

    Posted: 19 Oct 2018
    The 9th Gen Intel® Core™ i9-9900K processor set 16 benchmark records, including a world record, as part of last week’s extreme overclocking demonstration at the Intel Fall Desktop Launch in New York City.

    Professional overclockers Allen “Splave” Golibersuch and Joe “Steponz” Stepongzi used liquid nitrogen to carefully chill the Intel Core i9-9900K to extremely low temperatures – triple digits below zero – to achieve chip frequencies and performance far greater than off-the-shelf specs. The Intel Core i9-9900K has a stock base frequency of 3.6 GHz, but the professional overclockers achieved nearly double that, reaching 7.1 GHz on all cores. Through the demonstration, Golibersuch and Stepongzi drove the processor to achieve 15 global first-place records in the eight-core category, and to a new world record in the PC Mark 10 against all other processor categories.

    Benchmarking results will be officially uploaded to record site HWBOT when the 9th Gen Intel Core processors ship today. HWBOT is a leading platform for competitive overclocking. It hosts a global database of overclocked PC hardware benchmarks from an online community of 100,000.

    More: Intel Announces World’s Best Gaming Processor: New 9th Gen Intel Core i9-9900K | Intel Fall Desktop Launch | All Intel Images

    Source: 9th Gen Intel Core i9-9900K Sets Overclocking Records | Intel Newsroom

    Brink's Avatar Posted By: Brink
    19 Oct 2018

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    How many years until we can see 7 GHz on air?
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    People might need liquid nitrogen aio's
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    The main question should be informed:

    What is the cost to maintain the frequency up to the moment reached, for a conventional use?

    Say, a gamer who usually plays for 6 uninterrupted hours a day, for at least 5 days a week?

    That, yes, would be something very relevant. The rest, we know that artificially can be overcome at any time.

    Taking into account, is there in any updated report some information about actual costs?

    Volume of Energy, Liquid Hydrogen/Helium, Physical Wear of Components, etc ...

    I believe even for a billionaire would be a hard task to keep everything under control, were it not, Intel itself would make such updated reports available.

    Imagine for the poor mortals?
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