ASRock appears to have overclocked the non-overclockable Intel Core i5-12400 CPU to a file 5.5 GHz frequency utilizing its B660M PG Riptide motherboard.
Intel’s Non-Overclockable Core i5-12400 CPU Overclocked To A File 5.5 GHz on ASRock’s B660M PG Riptide
A couple of months in the past, motherboard producers similar to MSI & ASRock launched their new B660M motherboards that includes a BCLK overclocking design. We reported that whereas these motherboards are nice for customers operating the price range Intel Alder Lake CPUs, Intel itself wasn’t significantly pleased about it since they do not formally need overclocking assist on these merchandise citing CPU hurt and guarantee challenge. Effectively, that did not cease ASRock from hitting a world frequency on the Core i5-12400.
As ITHome stories, ASRock has now formally printed a brand new overclock frequency world file for the Intel Core i5-12400 CPU on its B660M PG Riptide motherboard. The CPU was overclocked to a formidable 5.479 GHz (virtually 5.5 GHz) utilizing the mentioned motherboard and utilizing a high-end AIO water cooling setup. Not solely that, however the motherboard was in a position to assist high-end DDR5-5333 DIMMs too. Yow will discover the HWBOT submission under:
ASRock B660M PG Riptide Motherboard
ASRock, however, has its 15-phase B660M PG Riptide which is powered by an 8 and 4-pin energy connector configuration. The motherboard additionally comes with all of the necessities that you’d count on from a mainstream Riptide motherboard and has a pleasant darkish black aesthetic with blue shade and RGB add-ons. This motherboard can also be anticipated to be obtainable inside this month.
Each B660M motherboards are very succesful on their very own with the MSI Mortar Max WiFI giving a slight edge to customers within the energy configuration because of its twin 8-pin connectors which may help maintain increased clocks on the highest Non-Okay CPUs such because the Core i9-12900 or the Core i7-12700. For mainstream customers, pairing one thing like a Core i3 or Core i5 ‘F’ sequence Intel Alder Lake CPUs and a few DDR4 reminiscence goes to be an insanely good worth in comparison with competing AMD Ryzen CPUs.