Intel brings together some world-renowned fast-trackers to take the new model to the limit of physics - and break some highs for octagonal models on the way there
The launch and first reviews proved that for those who do not want to save or find the most affordable price point, Core i9-9900K It is the best gaming processor ever created - and now it seems that Intel wants to ensure that the product will be used as a default for breaking global performance records in the field.
How do you do this? With large gallons of exotic materials at a temperature not far from absolute zero and speed to frequencies that seem fanciful to most of us, of course.
The quick one And Deliding Operations Specialist The famous Der8auer used liquid helium, with a basic temperature of minus 230 degrees Celsius, a Maximus XI Gene Z390 motherboard from Asus, and a single, modest DDR4 memory module from G.Skill (for maximum stability) to bring the new cores Intel To a peak 7,613MHz frequency for all its cores (and without eliminating HyperThreading technology) - this compares to the maximum 4,700MHz turbo frequency for all cores offered by the product when it comes straight from the factory.
This is the peak for Intel octopus processors, but it's worth noting that this is not a world record of octopus processors - that's because FX models from home AMD Technically considered octagons according to HWBot achieved even more frenzied frequencies in their time, of 8,700MHz and even more than that.
This enormous frequency of Der8auer was not stable enough to allow performance testing, not surprisingly, to do so The overclocks that meet the names Steponz and Spalve were recruitedLiquid Nitrogen (typically minus 180 degrees Celsius "only") to set the Core i9-9900K to a working frequency of about 7.1GHz for all cores - and break 16 official records recognized by me Site database HWbot.
15 from the broken records are for the octopus processor category - so they ousted Ryzen's 2700X from first place AMD Or Core i7-7820X's Intel Itself, while one record breaking record in the PCMark 10 test is a world record for all types of processors.
Is there a chance that theCore i7-9800X The octagonal octopus family coming soon will help break the newly set highs and continue this race? We'll see.