Highest clock speed achieved with Intel® Core™ i7-3920XM Tags: CPUs Intel i7 Overclocking Last response: May 28, 2012 3:24 AM in Overclocking Share joezeppy99 May 15, 2012 6:46:54 PM Does anyone know what is the highest stable clock speed someone has achieved with an Intel® Core™ i7-3920XM? I understand it has only recently come out, so it may not be installed on too many enthusiast rigs yet. Thanks in advance for the replies. More about : highest clock speed achieved intel core 3920xm natefostersr a b K Overclocking May 28, 2012 3:24:17 AM 6.7 Ghz on liquid nitrogen or get a fan m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources SolvedIs it worth it to buy the model of a specific card that has the highest clock speed? Forum SolvedWhat Is the Highest Stable Clock Speed for an GTX 560 Gigabyte OC Editon? Forum ASUS R9 290 GPU load spikes and not highest clock speed Forum What is the highest clock speed you can get on an AMd FX-6350 Black Edition Forum Highest stable clock speed for amd phenom 2 1055t Forum Highest clock speed in core i3 Forum Highest athlon x3 440 clock speed with stock cooling? Forum SolvedSTUCK at 0.75GHz clock speed HELP!!!! intel i7 4770k Forum SolvedIntel Core i5-4670K having serious clock speed issues in 3D Mark 11 and in games! Forum AMD: What clock speed to match Intel Single-threaded performance Forum Best motherboard for achieving high clock speed with 1055t Forum CLock speed of Intel 4 gen core I5 Forum Intel Core Duo T2400 clock speed steps down Forum SolvedWill an over clocked fx 8320 get up to the same speeds as its intel counterparts Forum Intel i7 920 clock speed switching all the time??? Forum Intel/AMD confusion related to same dual core clock speed Forum Intel admits clock speed is not everything! Forum How can intel chips have lower clock speeds and still top AMD ? Forum How can intel chips have lower clock speeds and still top AMD ? Forum More resources Read discussions in other Overclocking categories CPUs Motherboards Memory Chipsets Heatsinks Water Cooling Intel AMD !