Intel Core i9 7900X overclocké à 6,01 GHz sous LN2 - bat le record du monde HWBOT



HWBOT user sofos1990 took an Intel Core i9 CPU to party like it was the nineties, straddling it under a LN2 cooling chamber to achieve the enormous 6.01 GHz overclocked frequency (82.3% over stock clocks). The achieved score, at 12189.52 points, settles this run as the highest-scoring 10-core score ever, and also becomes the highest single-processor system score ever achieved in the platform. This was done under an extremely crispy 1.6 V processor vCore, though, so it definitely wasn't for the faint of heart.

Côté matériel, sofos1990 a exploité une carte mère Gigabyte X299 SOC Champion; Mémoire G.Skill Trident Z; une alimentation Corsair AX 1500i; et un SSD Corsair Neutron 120 Go légèrement moins pertinent. Cette configuration et la solution de refroidissement LN2 ont fourni un froid de -110 ºC (- 116 Fahrenheit), ce qui est plus que suffisant pour geler vos doigts.
Source: HWBOT.org