GIGABYTE Z790 AORUS TACHYON Achieves New DDR5 Memory O.C. World Record at DDR5-11136

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GIGABYTE’s Z790 AORUS TACHYON motherboard for 13th Gen Intel Core processors appears to be a solid choice for overclockers who wish to test the limits of DDR5 memory. The company announced today that overclocker HiCookie used the Z790 AORUS TACHYON to set a new DDR5 memory record this week, taking a single 16 GB AORUS DDR5 RGB memory module to 5,567.5 MHz, DDR5-11136 (11,136 MT/s). The next fastest record is held by lupin_no_musume, who achieved 5,564.8 MHz on ASUS hardware in October.

From a GIGABYTE press release:

GIGABYTE TECHNOLOGY Co. Ltd, a leading manufacturer of motherboards, graphics cards, and hardware solutions, today announced the ultimate overclocking motherboard Z790 AORUS TACHYON breaks memory world record at 5,567.5 MHz, DDR5-11136 (11,136MT/s) with single 16GB AORUS DDR5 RGB memory by noted overclocker HiCookie.

GIGABYTE Z790 AORUS TACHYON is well known to be exclusively designed for overclocking and equips with an all-digital power design, which delivers the best stability under heavy workloads. The full-coverage thermal design of MOS area significantly improves heat dissipation to unleash the extreme performance and optimized overclocking experience. The multiple technologies enhance the performance of DDR5 memory with the best compatibility. Meanwhile, the built-in overclocking kit design on the motherboard provides shortcut keys, toggle switches, and voltage detection functions which allows more convenient tweaking for overclockers to break the limit with ease.

The Z790 AORUS TACHYON is described as the “pinnacle of overclocking” by GIGABYTE, featuring a specialized VRM design, built-in overclocking buttons, dual CPU power connectors, and other premium features. It can be found at retailers for $599.99.

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