The Intel Core i9-13900K processor hits 8.8 GHz in a new overclocking attempt. Overclocker Elmor has used this processor to achieve extraordinary speeds, breaking the world record.
Intel Core i9-13900K Reaches 8.8 GHz
With a clock speed of 8.8 GHz, this becomes the highest-clocked processor in history, surpassing the good old AMD FX-8370, which achieved a clock speed of 8722.78 MHz many years ago.
The Intel Core i9-13900K processor features 24 cores and 32 threads, combining 8 performance cores and 16 efficiency cores. The maximum turbo clock speed goes up to 5.8 GHz.
Overclocker Elmor has used liquid nitrogen to achieve a clock speed of 8.812GHz, shattering the previous speed record of 8.722GHz, set by The Stilt some 8 years ago, which once ran at around -186 degrees Celsius.
The Raptor Lake processors seem to be very good at overclocking, managing to exceed 6 GHz with good cooling.
This is the first world record to be broken by the Core i9-13900K after its recent launch, so this won’t be the first world record to be broken by this model. Will it hit 9 GHz? It is a question that will be answered soon, we intuit.
The Corei9-13900K debuted on the market, and our review gave it a ‘Platinum’ rating and the recommended seal for great performance. We will keep you updated with all the information.
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