Asus has introduced some of the top overclocking enthusiasts in the globe to test the intel new Core i9-10900K to the thresholds.
The crew started by getting a feel for the hardware using liquid nitrogen, as you will see in the clip posted by ElmorLaps. From there they switched over to the much colder liquid helium. In the end, they were able to hit 7707.62 MHz (76 x 101.42) with a core voltage of 1.194 using a Core i9-10900 K CPU engineering sample, an Asus ROG Maximus XII Apex motherboard and a single stick of G.Skill TridentZ RGB memory. Windows XP had been the preferred OS.
For comparison, renowned overclocker der8auer used liquid nitrogen to reach around 7.25 GHz for validation purposes.
Our own Steven Walton was able to maintain a 4.9GHz all-core clock frequency with MCE enabled in its recent review of the i9-10900 K on an Asus ROG Maximus XII Extreme. He was able to push the all-core frequency to 5.1GHz when switching to an MSI Z490 Tomahawk board, all using a 360 mm all-in-one liquid cooler from the Corsair Hydro H150i Pro.
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