An Intel Core i7-8700K was added to record

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An Intel Core i7-8700K was added to record - 5.0 out of 5 udgangspunkt 2 votes

7 344 MHz and a fantastic result in SuperPI - this was the exact order.

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The German Dancop used ASUS ROG's Maximus IX Apex (Z270) board (with a unique BIOS) to surprise this DDR4 memory on 4 000 MHz and dual channel mode, but what's really shocking is that the tuning master Core i7-8700K processors were actively running three cores - best practice would be just one processor core.

8700k superpipe record

The liquid nitrogen-cooled monster was running with 1,984 volts, so it was approx. For 5 minutes, 73 multiplier 100,61 multiplied 7 344 MHz for 4 MHz. Working Feeds: 7,609 Minutes and 32 Seconds in SuperPI XNUMXM Measurement!

Source: hwbot.org

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Quote - Joci:
The shocker is that he went to Z270. True, modified BIOS, but still. Even Intel himself said why 200 controllers could not be used for the 8 series proxy and why a new leg was needed. And here's the end result; according to which Intel (again) has lied.

Can fit, even more:
https://wccftech.com/intel-coffee-lake-amd-ryzen-cpu-market-share-june-2018/
Joci
The shocker is that he went to Z270. True, modified BIOS, but still. Even Intel himself said why 200 controllers could not be used for the 8 series proxy and why a new leg was needed. And here's the end result; according to which Intel (again) has lied.