Intel Core i9-11900K Reaches 7.3 GHz Speed with LN2 Cooling, Gigabyte Z590 AORUS TACHYON

Core i9-11900K AORUS TACHYON

A CPU overclocker known as Hicookie has succeeded in pushing the Intel Core i9-11900K to a massive 7.3 GHz using LN2 cooling and the Gigabyte AORUS Z590 Tachyon motherboard. The overclocker has combined both LN2 cooling and the Gigabyte Z590 AORUS TACHYON motherboard to overclock the Intel 11th gen Core i9-11900K to 7314 MHz to set the current world record for the Intel flagship.

The Gigabyte AORUS Z590 Tachyon motherboard has been specifically designed for overclocking purposes and it features several components that are tailored for overclockers. The power delivery is a 12+1 direct phases solution that delivers 1300 amps with the DrMOS power stage design. On top of that, the VRM also implements a full tantalum capacitor matrix for a better overclocking experience.

Core i9-11900K AORUS TACHYON

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Gigabyte has also put some attention to the memory system in the motherboard. The 2DIMM Daisy Chain memory routing with an anti-interference design allows for the shortest memory distance from the CPU offering lower latency and higher performance. The metal outer layer of the PCB reduces electromagnetic interference for better RAM overclocking.

Jackson Hsu, Director of the GIGABYTE Channel Solutions Product Development Division said the following about the overclocking record.

By the assistance of engineering design power and management team, GIGABYTE’s R&D team is able to turn those wild creativity into mass production. GIGABYTE Z590 AORUS TACHYON motherboard is the masterpiece born from these innovative concepts in a period of deliberation and proves GIGABYTE’s strong R&D strength on LN2 overclocking by the world records it made. Of course, we will also use Z590 AORUS TACHYON to create better-overclocking performance, and can’t wait to see that overclockers around the world can use this motherboard to break more world records!

We will have to wait and see what more records will be achieved using the AORUS motherboard.

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