Intel demonstrated a 28-core CPU at the Taipei International Computer Show. All core operating frequencies reached 5 GHz. Intel did not tell the audience that this was the result of overclocking. The cooler used was a 1-horsepower industrial chiller, which was very expensive. It was almost impossible for ordinary desktop computers to use this cooling device.
The media asked Intel about the matter and the company’s representativeExpressThey are too excited to forget to tell the audience that this is the result of overclocking. This demonstration by Intel caused a lot of people's skepticism that Intel is likely to overclock, and it is likely to use a complex cooling system. The final result confirmed many people's suspicions.