Computex 2017 - Intel took the wraps off of its impressive new HEDT family of processors at Computex 2017, but we're already seeing the $999 processor in the form of the Core i9-7900K being overclocked to 5.7GHz+ on LN2.
Intel's new 10C/20T processor is built on the refined 14nm process, and was pushed to 5.7GHz on LN2, breaking Cinebench R15 and R11.5 world records. Overclocker Elmor reached 5755MHz on Cinebench R15, while Cinebench R11.5 saw him hit 5785MHz.
The overclocked Core i9-7900X was on the new ASUS Rampage VI Apex X299 motherboard and G.SKILL Trident Z DDR4 RAM.
Last updated: Sep 1, 2017 at 05:22 am CDT
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