According to the plan, Intel will release 11 generations of rocket Lake desktop processor during CES 2021 next week, and it is expected to be officially launched in March.However, before that, an eight core rocket Lake processor with a dominant frequency of nearly 7GHz has been launched on the network.According to the short video shared by vworld (@ pttpcworld) on twitter, it is suspected that it is matched with Gigabyte z590 platform, and its memory is synchronized to ddr4-6666.
This amazing achievement was achieved under the condition of liquid nitrogen heat dissipation.
Previously, videocaldz disclosed a rocket Lake processor that supports avx512f and Sha instruction sets (not supported by the 10th generation comet lake and previous versions).
From the information leaked by the short film, the informant should have close contact with the internal staff of the motherboard manufacturer.
Familiar with Gigabyte UEFI BIOS interface
However, due to the same core configuration of the 11th generation core i7-11700k and the shrunken i9-11900k (only the default frequency is different), we can't judge which SKU it is through the interface after overclocking.
The bus frequency is 113.50 MHz, double frequency is 61 (8-50), main frequency is 6923.56 MHz.
Judging from the market strategy, the physique of the 11th generation core i9 should be generally better than that of the 11th generation Core i7. Therefore, this test may select a big eagle i9-11900k to challenge the record of liquid nitrogen overclocking.
Finally, it achieved 6923.56 MHz CPU frequency and ddr4-6666.6 MHz memory frequency on an unnamed Gigabyte z590 motherboard and 8GB DDR4 memory platform.
Unfortunately, compared with the 10 core / 20 thread core i9-10900k (7.7 GHz) released last year, its performance is still slightly inferior.