Summary: Intel's ASUS ROG OC team, consisting of overclocking experts, has set a new world record with their Core i9-14900KF CPU, reaching a frequency of 9043.92 MHz, verified by HWBOT ranking and officially validated by CPU-Z.
- Intel has set a new world record with its latest CPU, surpassing the previously held record of 9.0 GHz.
- The ASUS ROG OC team, consisting of overclocking experts, collaborated to push the Core i9-14900KF to achieve record-breaking clock speeds.
- Elmor and his team have now secured the top position in the HWBOT ranking, surpassing their own previous score from last year.
Intel has set a new world record with its latest CPU, surpassing the previously held record of 9.0 GHz. While the new CPU series may seem like a modest improvement with slightly higher clock speeds, when combined with improved Z790 motherboards, it has opened up possibilities for extreme overclocking. The ASUS ROG OC team, consisting of overclocking experts such as SkatterBencher, Elmor, Shamino, and Bing, collaborated to push the Core i9-14900KF to achieve record-breaking clock speeds.
To reach a frequency of 9.1 GHz, the team utilized liquid helium as a cooling method, which is gaining popularity for extreme overclocking. This week-long endeavor resulted in numerous world records for frequency, although not all of them could be officially validated through CPU-Z. The developers of CPU-Z have acknowledged attempts by some overclockers to manipulate the tool into validating artificially inflated frequencies. However, the CPU-Z development team promptly addressed these efforts to maintain the integrity of the validation process. Despite this, Elmor’s team was able to achieve a new world record.
Using ASUS’s latest overclocking motherboard, the ROG Maximus Z790 Apex Encore, the team managed to achieve an impressive frequency of 9043.92 MHz, marking the second time they exceeded 9 GHz and the second time their achievement was officially validated by CPU-Z.
The achieved score currently holds the title for the highest frequency ever recorded on a desktop CPU, as verified by the HWBOT ranking. Although the 9.1 GHz clock speed reached during this attempt couldn’t be officially validated, it is expected that this technicality will be resolved in the near future.
Elmor and his team have now secured the top position in the HWBOT ranking, surpassing their own previous score from last year achieved with the Intel 13th Gen Core series. This showcases their consistent leadership in the field of extreme overclocking.
About ASUS: ASUS, founded in 1989 by Ted Hsu, M.T. Liao, Wayne Hsieh, and T.H. Tung, has become a multinational tech giant known for its diverse hardware products. Spanning laptops, motherboards, graphics cards, and more, ASUS has gained recognition for its innovation and commitment to high-performance computing solutions. The company has a significant presence in gaming technology, producing popular products that cater to enthusiasts and professionals alike. With a focus on delivering and reliable technology, ASUS maintains its position as a important player in the industry.ASUS Website: https://www.asus.com/
ASUS LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/asus/
About Intel: Intel Corporation, a global technology leader, is for its semiconductor innovations that power computing and communication devices worldwide. As a pioneer in microprocessor technology, Intel has left an indelible mark on the evolution of computing with its processors that drive everything from PCs to data centers and beyond. With a history of advancements, Intel's relentless pursuit of innovation continues to shape the digital landscape, offering solutions that empower businesses and individuals to achieve new levels of productivity and connectivity.Intel Website: https://www.intel.com/
Intel LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/intel-corporation/
CPU: The Central Processing Unit (CPU) is the brain of a computer, responsible for executing instructions and performing calculations. It is the most important component of a computer system, as it is responsible for controlling all other components. CPUs are used in a wide range of applications, from desktop computers to mobile devices, gaming consoles, and even supercomputers. CPUs are used to process data, execute instructions, and control the flow of information within a computer system. They are also used to control the input and output of data, as well as to store and retrieve data from memory. CPUs are essential for the functioning of any computer system, and their applications in the computer industry are vast.
Z790: The Z790 chipset is a motherboard platform from Intel that supports the 12th Gen Core, 13th Gen Core CPUs and 14th Gen Core CPUs. It offers more PCIe Gen 4 lanes and USB 3.2x2 ports than the previous Z690 chipset, which can enable faster storage and connectivity options.
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