While the new generation Alder Lake processors, which we have examined in detail, are newly released, these processors are accompanied by new world records. Core i9-12900K overclocked to 8.0 GHz from day one. At the same time, we saw values ​​such as 8300 MHz and 8670 MHz, respectively, in DDR5 memory.

Now Hocayu overclocked G. Skill’s Trident Z5 memory to 8,705 MHz and became the new owner of the record. Intel’s Core i7-12700KF processor, ASUS’ ROG Maximus Z690 Apex motherboard and G. Skill’s Trident Z5 DDR5-6000 (F5-6000U4040A16G) RAMs were used for the new world record.

The overclocker also used liquid nitrogen as you can imagine at this stage. Trident Z5 memory is at DDR5-8705, while timings have been pulled from XMP-rated 40-40-40-76 to 127-120-120-120.

Intel’s 12th Gen Alder Lake processors and Z690 motherboards are currently on sale by retailers. On the other hand, although DDR5 memory is listed at many retailers, most products are said to be out of stock. Also, some of the announced DDR5 memory kidollar series will start rolling out in mid or late November.

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Michael Lewis


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