Intel recently announced 11th generation Rocket Lake-S processors and continues to work. Unlike other processors, the American silicon manufacturer announced its flagship Core i9-11900K at CES 2021. Now the Intel Core i9-11900K has exceeded the 7 GHz threshold with overclocking. This process with liquid nitrogen is done to see the overclocking power of the processor.
Intel’s flagship K processors can easily exceed 6 GHz with manual overclocking.
Overclocking has become a passion for many. Many people who are curious about this topic can’t wait to apply overclocking to new processors. According to the results on the CPU-Z Validator site, the Core i9-11900K reached 7,047 GHz. The overclocker included the ASUS ROG Maximus XIII Apex motherboard on his system.
The i9-11900K, which comes with 8 core / 16 track configurations, has a base TDP value of 125W. The maximum single core frequency of the processor, which basically has a frequency speed of 3.5 GHz, is 5.3 GHz. The voltage given in the overclocking process with the Intel i9-11900K is 1,873 volts.
At this point, it is necessary to explain a situation. The power of a processor is not evaluated according to the maximum frequency speed it can exit. Of course, overclocking capabilities have a far-reaching effect on the maximum power of a processor. However, these extreme overclockings can be done for a short time.
Last year’s flagship i9-10900K had a maximum frequency speed of 7.7 GHz. The highest value that can be reached by overclocking was achieved with the AMD FX-8350 processor. With this record set in 2012, the processor increased to 8.8 GHz.