Gigabyte’s in-house overclocker, Hicookie, has achieved a brand new DDR5 reminiscence frequency world document on the Z690 AORUS Tachyon motherboard.
Hicookie Hits 10223.4 MT/s Overclock on DDR5 Reminiscence, Reaching A Model New World File
Taiwanese overclocker, Hicookie, broke the earlier DDR5 reminiscence frequency world document nevertheless it seems to be like he has been in a position to obtain a brand new one after some tunes to his setup. The overclocker is utilizing the Gigabyte Z690 AORUS Tachyon motherboard which is designed purely for overclocking & LN2 cooling to hit increased frequencies than commonplace setups.
An Intel Core i9-12900K CPU with simply 2 P-cores enabled was used, working at a clock frequency of two.1 GHz. Utilizing a custom-made Intel DDR5 reminiscence module that options the capacitors on the entrance of the PCB as a substitute of the again, the overclocker was in a position to make the most of LN2 cooling extra effectively and in addition cool the module higher.
After some rigorous testing, the overclocker achieved 5111.7 MT/s or DDR5-10223.4 which 113.4 MT/s enhance over the earlier document by the identical overclocker (10110 MT/s). Timings have been set to 46-57-46-103. As soon as once more, the LN2 pot for the DDR5 reminiscence was separate from the CPU pot. The reminiscence pot is a custom-made Bitspower answer that options an aluminum warmth spreader with Hicookie’s brand engraved on it. It gives full protection to the reminiscence PCB on either side. Yow will discover the validation right here and a screenshot of it under:
DDR5 reminiscence continues to be in its infancy because it’s solely been out for lower than a yr however with extra platforms popping out quickly from Intel and AMD that may push the JEDEC requirements to the next DDR5-5600 (vs DDR5-4800) restrict, we will count on even increased overclocks by the top of this yr that may breach the 12 GT/s limits. We won’t wait to see what overclockers obtain on DDR5 on AMD’s Raphael and Intel’s Raptor Lake CPU platforms.
Gigabyte Reminiscence Overclocking World File: