With LN2, AMD's new flagship chip can hit 6.05 GHz on all 16 cores.
By adding LN2 and tweaking memory settings, I brought AMD’s Ryzen 9 3900XT up to a record-setting 5.7-GHz. Here’s how.
Welcome to the Core i9-9900KF. Yes, this is not a typo. The eight-core 16-thread Core i9-9900KF is the newest mainstream processor from Team Intel. And versus the 9900K, it may overclock better.
An overclocker dreams of soaring into first place ranking for CInebench with a 3D-printed dragon head and AMD CPU.
This specially-binned chip got as quick as 6.95 GHz on all of its cores or over 7-GHz on a single core.
If you want to hit the advertised boost clock on your third-gen Ryzen chip, great cooling could not be enough.
A persistent bug in Windows 10 means that 3rd Gen Ryzen chips could give inaccurately high or low test scores.
We overclocked a Core i9-9900K with Intel's one-click Performance Maximizer tool and reached 5.0 GHz.
With the right motherboard and cooling, Intel's first unlocked workstation-class processor can go well beyond its 3.8-GHz rated boost speed.
Top-ranked overclocker Allen “Splave” Golibersuch explains how he breaks records and why you should care, even if you aren’t going to pour LN2 on your CPU.
We sit down with Intel's Paul Zagacki to talk Devil's Canyon, Haswell-E and overclocking. Then, we overclock five retail Core i7-5960X CPUs to their limits.
You wanted a comparison of Intel's Pentium G3258 using low-cost platform components. Can an entry-level motherboard and bundled heat sink still deliver a satisfying overclocking experience, or does going cheap ruin this dual-core CPU's value appeal?