Intel Core i9-10900K Overclocked to 7.7GHz on all Cores w/ LN2

A Swedish overclocker going by the alias of elmor has managed to overclock Intel’s 10th Gen flagship, the Core i9-10900K to 7.7GHz on all cores using LN2. This feat was achieved at a core voltage of 1.194v, paired with 8GB of single-channel G.Skill memory running at DDR4-6666 or 3332.7MHz.

ASUS’ ROG Maximus XII APEX motherboard was used to overclock the Core i9-10900K to 7.7GHz on all cores. The mobo features a 16-phase (using doublers most likely) VRM with 70A transistors, 45A chokes along with an aluminum alloy core and Japanese capacitors.


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