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  1. Intel's next-gen flagship overclocks to 6.9 GHz (nice) on liquid nitrogen Rocket Lake could be about to blast off Gorgeous: Glance up, and admire a chilled Rocket Lake processor sending its clocks skywards to a stratospheric 6.9 GHz and beyond. In two short clips posted to Twitter, overclockers push an octa-core Rocket Lake processor to 6923.56 MHz using liquid nitrogen. They use a 113.50 MHz bus speed paired with a 61x multiplier. The 8 GB of system memory is similarly overclocked to a devilish 6666.66 MHz. The clips are rather devoid of novel information
  2. Nvidia RTX 3080 GPU is overclocked to 2.34GHz with record-breaking results Galax’s in-house overclocker shows how it’s done (Image credit: Galax) Nvidia’s GeForce RTX 3080 graphics card has been overclocked by experts to produce some predictably record-breaking results (with exotic cooling – liquid nitrogen – and all manner of tweaking, as you might expect). As Wccftech spotted, Ronaldo Buassali, who is GPU maker Galax’s in-house overclocker (Galax is KFA2 in Europe, by the way), managed to crank a Galax RTX 3080 SG grap
  3. Intel Comet Lake CPU overclocking looks limited unless you buy a Core i9, going by MSI’s findings Overclocking headroom reportedly seems to be lacking in Core i5 and i7 chips (Image credit: Intel) MSI has revealed some data on Intel’s imminent Comet Lake desktop processors which sheds at least some light on how well they overclock – and the answer, apparently, is not particularly well, unless you’re forking out for a Core i9 model. MSI’s Eric van Beurden and Michiel Berkhout revealed their findings on the overclocking po
  4. AMD Ryzen 3 3100 overclocked to almost 6GHz, marking it as an OC beast Entry-level CPU is a no-brainer for budget builders (Image credit: Future) The budget-friendly AMD Ryzen 3 3100 has been overclocked to almost 6GHz, just shy of the record held by its much more expensive Ryzen 9 3950X sibling. Renowned overclocker TSAIK has managed to overclock the $99 (about £79, AU$150) Ryzen 3 3100 to an impressive 5.92GHz using liquid nitrogen cooling (LN2), as reported by TechPowerUp. The processor is due to hit shelves on June
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