Taiwanese overclocker Hicookie took the top spot on HWBOT’s Cinebench R23 rankings earlier this week after pushing their 13th Gen Intel Core i9-13900K processor to a blazing-fast 7,584.2 MHz, earning a new high score of 56,783. GIGABYTE has now shared a press release noting that this feat was performed on a Z790 AORUS TACHYON, one of the company’s premium motherboards for Raptor Lake CPUs. The DDR5 memory involved (CL36.0 45-45-75 2T) peaked at around 8,300 MHz.
“We are very proud of this amazing O.C. world record of CINEBENCH R23 set by Z790 AORUS TACHYON, verified by HWBOT and proves GIGABYTE’s strong R&D on overclocking. With optimal components, ultimate design, and friendly interfaces, Z790 AORUS TACHYON is the most formidable O.C motherboard in the market, and the best choice for refreshing overclocking world record.” said Jackson Hsu, Director of the GIGABYTE Channel Solutions Product Development Division.
From a GIGABYTE press release:
GIGABYTE TECHNOLOGY Co. Ltd, a leading manufacturer of motherboards, graphics cards, and hardware solutions, today announced the overclocking world record of CINEBENCH R23 56783 pts, verified by HWBOT and chalked up by the latest Z790 AORUS TACHYON with Core i9-13900K all-core O.C 7584 MHz and DDR5-8300 O.C. Instead of high-frequency on single core but fail to all benchmarks, Z790 AORUS TACHYON showcases the unbridle performance with all-core O.C. Designed by world-famous overclocker, GIGABYTE Z790 AORUS TACHYON packs overclocker-exclusive features with top-quality components to become the dreaming motherboard for overclockers, which delivers more user-friendly and stable O.C. operation along with unparalleled performance.
GIGABYTE Z790 AORUS TACHYON is designed by well-known overclockers exclusively for overclocking. With the consistency from GIGABYTE’s widely recognized durability and stability, Z790 AORUS TACHYON provides comprehensive power management through its advanced direct VRM power design, as well as the full-coverage thermal design of MOS area to significantly improve heat dissipation. Meanwhile, the built-in overclocking kit design on the motherboard provides shortcut keys, toggle switches, and voltage detection functions which many overclockers use for overclocking adjustment. This allows more convenient tweaking for overclockers to break the limit with ease.