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    Intel Rocket Lake chips surprise in overclocking world records

    OC experts use the Core i9-11900K/KF to snatch 11 world records (so far).
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    Re: Intel Rocket Lake chips surprise in overclocking world records

    Its why I think the Core i9 is a disguised Emergency Edition CPU which uses leakier silicon.


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    Re: Intel Rocket Lake chips surprise in overclocking world records

    This has got to be an April fool?

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    Re: Intel Rocket Lake chips surprise in overclocking world records

    If it is not impressive during a real world use, than the records are not all that important!Normal user will never buy equipment like this to cool cpu, makes no sense and it is unstable.Looks like intel makes chips just for overclockers just for marketing purposes!

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    Re: Intel Rocket Lake chips surprise in overclocking world records

    Quote Originally Posted by rave_alan View Post
    If it is not impressive during a real world use, than the records are not all that important!Normal user will never buy equipment like this to cool cpu, makes no sense and it is unstable.Looks like intel makes chips just for overclockers just for marketing purposes!
    So true - Would I rather have a chip that works well with standard cooling (AMD) or a chip I need LN2 to really benefit from (intel)?
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    Re: Intel Rocket Lake chips surprise in overclocking world records

    Quote Originally Posted by cheesemp View Post
    So true - Would I rather have a chip that works well with standard cooling (AMD) or a chip I need LN2 to really benefit from (intel)?
    LOL silly, you don't need LN2. IIRC what normal users are expected to do is have one of these:



    and for those who missed it the first time: https://www.tomshardware.com/news/in...ghz,37244.html

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    Re: Intel Rocket Lake chips surprise in overclocking world records

    Quote Originally Posted by ik9000 View Post
    LOL silly, you don't need LN2. IIRC what normal users are expected to do is have one of these:
    Intel will never live that down.

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