After the debut of DDR5 memory in the 12th generation Core, the higher frequency of DDR5 has also become a new plaything for high rollers to hit the limit. The last memory overclocking record was set by ASUS at 10110MHz, and now Gigabyte has joined forces with high rollers hicookie to use a custom DDR5 memory overclocked to 10224MHz, and a new record is born.
After the DDR5 memory frequency exceeds 10,000MHz, it will be difficult to boost the latter. This time, hicookie was able to boost the overclocking record again largely by special DDR5 memory – they got Intel’s custom DDR5 memory sticks, and the capacitors on the front PCB were changed to the capacitors on the front PCB were changed to the back side, which made it easier to install liquid nitrogen cooling and eventually achieved a new overclocking record.
The actual frequency of the previous 10110MHz memory was 5050MHz, this time the actual frequency of 10224MHz is at 5111.7MHz, an actual frequency increase of 61.7MHz with timing of 46-57-46-103.
The overclocked platform is a Core i9-12900K processor and Gigabyte Z690 Aorus Tachyon motherboard, I don’t know if there will be a higher record coming out later.