New DDR5-11254 Memory Overclocking Record Set with GIGABYTE Z790 AORUS TACHYON Motherboard


GIGABYTE has announced that a new DDR5 memory overclocking milestone has been achieved using one of its premium motherboards with support for 12th and 13th Gen Intel Core processors, the Z790 AORUS TACHYON. According to the relevant entry on HWBOT, Hicookie, a famed overclocker, reached a memory overclock of DDR-11254 earlier this month, putting him ahead of other impressive but slightly lesser attempts that include those from Seby9123 and lupin_no_musume. A 13th Gen Intel Core i9-13900K was used in the overclocking effort, cooled via liquid nitrogen.

From a GIGABYTE press release:

Esteemed overclocker HiCookie has once again pushed the limits of performance, breaking the DDR5 memory overclocking world record. The Z790 AORUS TACHYON has achieved an astonishing DDR5-11254 frequency, surpassing all previous records. This remarkable achievement reinforces GIGABYTE’s commitment to providing cutting-edge technology for overclocking enthusiasts.

The GIGABYTE Z790 AORUS TACHYON is a motherboard designed exclusively for overclocking enthusiasts, offering exceptional capabilities with its advanced all-digital power design. Through the optimization of memory trace and the implementation of Shielded Memory Routing, the Z790 AORUS TACHYON achieves an impressive DDR5-11254 frequency, showcasing its advanced design and unmatched performance. The motherboard also features an integrated overclocking toolkit, equipped with convenient shortcut keys, toggle switches, and voltage detection functions, empowering overclockers to effortlessly push boundaries.

By leveraging the immense power of the Z790 AORUS TACHYON motherboard and the exceptional performance of AORUS DDR5 memory module, HiCookie has achieved a groundbreaking milestone. The DDR5-11254 frequency represents an unprecedented level of performance and reaffirms GIGABYTE’s commitment to delivering cutting-edge technology to the overclocking community.


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