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India's high play memory overclocking "bravely breaks" the world's first record at 9ghz, only keeping it for one hour

via:驱动之家     time:2021/7/16 20:06:32     readed:581

In the global PC overclocking activities, the main overclocking experts are often from Europe, the United States and China, and India's overclocking players rarely have the chance to break the record. However, in the past two days, an Indian high player pushed the DDR4 memory overclocking record to 9ghz. Unfortunately, the world record was only kept for one hour.

Indian overclocking player dump [8ksta1] recently submitted a new overclocking result. He used the sharp dragon 5 Pro 4650g processor to overclock the memory to 4524mhz, equivalent to 9049mhz. You should know that the previous record was no more than 3600MHz, equivalent to 7.2ghz,Indian players have raised the upper limit to the limit of ddr5 by themselves (some companies have previously said that they will develop 10GHz ddr5 memory).

This record was also recorded by hwbot. However, No.1 of this score was only kept for one hour, because it was actually a bug,The memory frequency of his overclocking is not equivalent to 9ghz. In fact, the basic frequency is 2262mhz, equivalent to 4524mhz. This record, for example, is far from the world record.


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