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Intel Core i7-4770K overclocked to 7193.8MHz

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Hong Kong-based modder named Chi-Kiu Lam has recent set a new world record for the highest frequency for an Intel Core i7-4770K which was overclocked to 7193.8MHz.

Intel Core I7-4770K Oc

In order to reach this insane clock speed, Chi-Kiu Lam had to raise the core voltage to 2.048 volts and had to use Liquid Nitrogen to prevent the system from overheating.

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Now here’s a look at the components the modder used on his way to reaching his record-setting OC:

ASUS ROG Maximus VII Gene
3.5GHz Intel Core i7-4770K quad-core processor, up to 3.9GHz
Overclocked to 7193.8MHz
256GB OCZ Vertex SSD
Corsair Dominator DDR3 RAM
Galaxy GeForce GT 630 (HOF) Edition, DDR3
Antec High Current PRO 1300W PSU

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This article was written by Ronnie Bulaong, a special features contributor and correspondent for YugaTech. Follow him on Twitter @turonbulaong.

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archie
archie
7 years ago

Gawin nila sa tropical countries yan at sunog kaagad ang chipset in minutes. Overclocking fetish.

Mon
Mon
Reply to  archie
7 years ago

I don’t think tropical room temp would make any difference, gumamit nga naman sya ng liquid nitrogen as coolant lol

XP
XP
Reply to  archie
7 years ago

I guess you know nothing about liquid nitrogen!

abuzalzal
abuzalzal
Reply to  archie
7 years ago

…at eto na naman po si @archie, ang “know-it-all” idiot ng YugaTech.

so
so
7 years ago

mabilis kaya magtype ng thesis dito?

J
J
Reply to  so
7 years ago

Bakit? May malalagay ka ba sa thesis? Hahaha.

Ronald
Ronald
Reply to  so
7 years ago

Laro na lang tayo ng pacman, galaga, pinball… baka di na tayo ma-deds kasi mabilis na ung proc nito. :D

schezogame
schezogame
Reply to  so
7 years ago

Hahaha, burn!

Justin
Justin
7 years ago

So how many seconds did it take to boot up Windows (or whatever OS he is using)?

Chris
Chris
Reply to  Justin
7 years ago

No time, it was running ms dos

arsenal
arsenal
Reply to  Justin
7 years ago

Hardcore overclockers out there don’t give a damn about how long an OS boots up. They care more about how high they’ve pushed every single overclockable component in their computer.

The boot media being used (e.g. HDD, SSD) will always be the main factor on how fast the OS will boot.

Next time, do your research first before you get yourself bashed by another “know-it-all” idiot here in YugaTech.

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