Continued Web updates show the results of experiments using yet unreleased Intel Raptor Lake CPUs. The 16-core Core i7-13700K was able to operate at 6.2 GHz. The CPU also seemed to work well – it passed CPU-Z performance tests, where it scored 1000 points.
The result of the single-threaded testing is 1009.9, which is 22% more than that of Core i9-12900K. The multi-threaded test result is 11877.1. It could have been much higher, however multithreading was disabled while overclocking.
The motherboard Asus ROG STRIX Z690-A Gaming WiFi DR4, RAM, and DDR4 were tested on the bench. Although it is unknown what cooling system was used, it is likely that liquid nitrogen was not used in this instance. The high voltage – 1.536V – also indicates this. This allowed for an increase in frequency for large cores (Pores) to 6.185 GHz and small cores to 4.19 GHz.
Remember that the overclocker was able to clock the Core i9-13900K flagship Core i9-13900K up to 6.1 GHz in one of his previous experiments – even without liquid nitrogen.