In unsuspecting times Seby9123 managed to set a new RAM overclocking world record with its TridentZ in a liquid nitrogen cooled system. But where is it possible to go without special equipment?
Thanks to the new firmware AGESA 1007B, AMD has opened the door to new speeds supported by its platform. In the past, in fact, the “ideal” support was that of 6200 MT/s, but over time the situation has improved to the point of being able to guarantee good stability even with much higher speeds.
The overclocker HiCookie, of course, didn’t have to repeat it twice and decided to push his memories GIGABYTE AORUS DDR5-8400 RAM up to the beauty of 9058 MT/s with very good timings compared to those foreseen by the XMP overclock profiles (56-56-126-127 vs. 56-56-136-130) and keeping them operational at 1.4V.
The test platform is also very interesting, given that the Taiwanese overclocker has decided to use a system with a motherboard GIGABYTE B650E AORUS TACHYON and AMD Ryzen 7 7800X3D processor.
Meanwhile, we remind you that Samsung has announced its GDDR7 memories, a new generation of high-performance video memories, which improve not only data transfer speeds but also the efficiency of the memories themselves and which could make their first appearance on the consumer market with the next generation of NVIDIA video cards.