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    MSI MPG Z390I Gaming Edge AC gains 5.6GHz DDR4 world record

    MSI's in-house overclocker 'Toppc' used Kingston HyperX memory for this feat.
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    Re: MSI MPG Z390I Gaming Edge AC gains 5.6GHz DDR4 world record

    Now we just need 5600MHz memory to be affordable to those without accessible kidneys...

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    Re: MSI MPG Z390I Gaming Edge AC gains 5.6GHz DDR4 world record

    "MSI called Toppc's feat "a revolutionary breakthrough for the Intel 9th generation processors".

    Memory overclocking using cooling means that are, in any normal usage scenario, completely impractical, seems more like a pointless breakthrough just for bragging rights.

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    Re: MSI MPG Z390I Gaming Edge AC gains 5.6GHz DDR4 world record

    Quote Originally Posted by Friesiansam View Post
    "MSI called Toppc's feat "a revolutionary breakthrough for the Intel 9th generation processors".

    Memory overclocking using cooling means that are, in any normal usage scenario, completely impractical, seems more like a pointless breakthrough just for bragging rights.
    Yes, it's well known that nobody has broken a frequency record on the generic Intel Core PC platform for thousands of years, and such may never again happen in our lifetimes. Nothing about this is other than bragging rights.
    Last edited by Ozaron; 17-01-2019 at 01:31 PM.

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