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Benchmark Hardware Fréquence Membre Score Points
GPUPI - 1B GeForce GTX 970 2225.9/1502.3 MHz ShaggySVK 20sec 522ms 66.6 pts 6   7
SuperPi - 32M Core i9 9900KF 6126 MHz Pirat 4min 51sec 937ms 52.4 pts 2   4
3DMark11 - Performance Radeon HD 5770 1630/1400 MHz OGS 5747 marks 51.8 pts 1   0
SuperPi - 32M Core i9 9900K 6301 MHz Matsglobetrotter 5min 1sec 876ms 48.9 pts 0   0
3DMark - Fire Strike Ultra GeForce RTX 2080 Ti 2130/7500 MHz ADVenturePO 9714 marks 24.9 pts 0   0
Unigine Superposition - 1080P Xtreme Radeon RX Vega 64 1830/1180 MHz Xtremefunky 5707 Points 23.1 pts 0   0
3DMark - Fire Strike Extreme GeForce RTX 2080 Ti   ADVenturePO 18512 marks 22.5 pts 0   1
PiFast Phenom II X3 720 BE 5999 MHz Bones 19sec 80ms 22.2 pts 2   2
Cinebench - R15 Core i7 2600K 5224 MHz nicegab 927 cb 20.6 pts 0   2
Cinebench - R15 Xeon E5 2670 3410 MHz bob4558 1136 cb 15.7 pts 0   0

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a week after Intel's 10th Gen Comet Lake launch and the records continue to get broken

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We are just more than one week after Comet Lake launch and most teams kept on working hard to get their names back on the launch chart. Allen Golibersuch aka Splave managed to beat six of Team ROG's launch records and thus claims a few more for the USA. Italian OC star Roberto aka Rsannino shattered the 3DMark06 World Record. Greek OC lord OGS reclaiming the 3DMark11 RTX 2080 ti record with a mere 23 points. HiCookie from Gigabyte closing in nicely on some top scores too. Surprisingly still nothing from Team MSI... To be continued


Core i9 10900K/KF

BenchmarkScoreOverclockerMotherboardMemory
CPU frequency 10xCPU 7706.62MHz elmor ROG Maximus XII ApexG.SKILL TridentZ
WR Memory Frequency 3332.7Mhz bianbao ROG Maximus XII ApexG.SKILL TridentZ
WR PiFast 8sec 37ms Safedisk ROG Maximus XII ApexG.SKILL TridentZ
WR SuperPi 1M 4sec 743ms Safedisk ROG Maximus XII ApexG.SKILL TridentZ
WR SuperPi 32M 4min 1sec 755ms Safedisk ROG Maximus XII ApexG.SKILL TridentZ
GFP wPrime - 32m 10xCPU 1.171 sec Safedisk ROG Maximus XII ApexG.SKILL TridentZ
GFP wPrime - 1024m 10xCPU 35sec 250ms Splave ASRock Z490 Aqua 2dimmG.SKILL TridentZ
GFP PCmark05 10xCPU 47765 Fugger ROG Maximus XII ExtremeGalax Hall of Fame
GFP PCmark07 10xCPU 10116 Fugger ROG Maximus XII ExtremeGalax Hall of Fame
WR PCmark10 10xCPU 90275 Fugger ROG Maximus XII ExtremeGalax Hall of Fame
GFP X265 4K 10xCPU 31.594 FPS Safedisk ROG Maximus XII ApexG.SKILL TridentZ
WR X265 1080P 10xCPU 131.513 FPS Safedisk ROG Maximus XII ApexG.SKILL TridentZ
WR Cinebench - 2003 10xCPU 12051 keeph8n ROG Maximus XII ApexG.SKILL TridentZ
GFP Cinebench - R11.5 10xCPU 42.17 Splave ASRock Z490 Aqua 2dimmG.SKILL TridentZ
GFP Cinebench - R15 10xCPU 3897 SplaveASRock Z490 Aqua 2dimmG.SKILL TridentZ
GFP Cinebench - R20 10xCPU 9108 SplaveASRock Z490 Aqua 2dimmG.SKILL TridentZ
GFP Geekbench3 - Single Core 7866 Splave ASRock Z490 Aqua 2dimmG.SKILL TridentZ
GFP Geekbench3 - Multi Core 10xCPU 70191 Splave ASRock Z490 Aqua 2dimmG.SKILL TridentZ
WR Geekbench4 - Single Core 10257 Safedisk ROG Maximus XII ApexG.SKILL TridentZ
GFP Geekbench4 - Multi Core 10XCPU 61634 keeph8n ROG Maximus XII ApexG.SKILL TridentZ
GFP GPUPI3.3 for CPU 100M 10XCPU 4sec 332ms keeph8n ROG Maximus XII ApexG.SKILL TridentZ
GFP GPUPI3.3 for CPU 1B 10XCPU 1min 12sec 912ms Rsannino ROG Maximus XII ApexG.SKILL TridentZ
GFP GPUPI for CPU 100M 10XCPU 4sec 297ms keeph8n ROG Maximus XII ApexG.SKILL TridentZ
GFP GPUPI for CPU 1B 10XCPU 1min 25sec 89ms Safedisk ROG Maximus XII ApexG.SKILL TridentZ
WR Maxxmem Read 10xCPU 53597 MB/sec SplaveASRock Z490 Aqua 2dimmG.SKILL TridentZ
WR 3DMark06 10xCPU 77469 RsanninoROG Maximus XII ApexG.SKILL TridentZ
GFP 3DMark11 10xCPU 57830 OGSROG Maximus XII ApexG.SKILL TridentZ
(Table as of May 29, 2020. Source: hwbot.org database)

Core i7 10700K

BenchmarkScoreOverclockerMotherboardMemory
GFP Geekbench3 - Single Core 8xCPU 7831 Safedisk ROG Maximus XII ApexG.SKILL TridentZ
GFP Geekbench3 - Multi Core 8xCPU 57048 Safedisk ROG Maximus XII ApexG.SKILL TridentZ
(Table as of May 29, 2020. Source: hwbot.org database)

Intel's 10th gen Comet Lake is here!!

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The 20th of May 2020, the official LGA1200 Comet Lake launch day! In the table below you can find the 8 new World Records and 16 Global First Places achieved on Intel's brand new 10th Gen Comet Lake platform.


Core i9 10900K/KF

BenchmarkScoreOverclockerMotherboardMemory
CPU frequency 10xCPU 7706.62MHz elmor ROG Maximus XII ApexG.SKILL TridentZ
WR Memory Frequency 3332.7Mhz bianbao ROG Maximus XII ApexG.SKILL TridentZ
WR PiFast 8sec 37ms Safedisk ROG Maximus XII ApexG.SKILL TridentZ
WR SuperPi 1M 4sec 743ms Safedisk ROG Maximus XII ApexG.SKILL TridentZ
WR SuperPi 32M 4min 1sec 755ms Safedisk ROG Maximus XII ApexG.SKILL TridentZ
GFP wPrime - 32m 10xCPU 1.171 sec Safedisk ROG Maximus XII ApexG.SKILL TridentZ
GFP wPrime - 1024m 10xCPU 35sec 625ms Safedisk ROG Maximus XII ApexG.SKILL TridentZ
GFP PCmark05 10xCPU 47765 Fugger ROG Maximus XII ExtremeGalax Hall of Fame
GFP PCmark07 10xCPU 10116 Fugger ROG Maximus XII ExtremeGalax Hall of Fame
WR PCmark10 10xCPU 90275 Fugger ROG Maximus XII ExtremeGalax Hall of Fame
GFP X265 4K 10xCPU 31.594 FPS Safedisk ROG Maximus XII ApexG.SKILL TridentZ
WR X265 1080P 10xCPU 131.513 FPS Safedisk ROG Maximus XII ApexG.SKILL TridentZ
WR Cinebench - 2003 10xCPU 12051 keeph8n ROG Maximus XII ApexG.SKILL TridentZ
GFP Cinebench - R11.5 10xCPU 42.17 Splave ASRock Z490 Aqua 2dimmG.SKILL TridentZ
GFP Cinebench - R15 10xCPU 3892 SafediskROG Maximus XII ApexG.SKILL TridentZ
GFP Cinebench - R20 10xCPU 9108 SplaveASRock Z490 Aqua 2dimmG.SKILL TridentZ
GFP Geekbench3 - Single Core 7858 Safedisk ROG Maximus XII ApexG.SKILL TridentZ
GFP Geekbench3 - Multi Core 10xCPU 69936 Safedisk ROG Maximus XII ApexG.SKILL TridentZ
WR Geekbench4 - Single Core 10257 Safedisk ROG Maximus XII ApexG.SKILL TridentZ
GFP Geekbench4 - Multi Core 10XCPU 61634 keeph8n ROG Maximus XII ApexG.SKILL TridentZ
GFP GPUPI3.3 for CPU 100M 10XCPU 4sec 332ms keeph8n ROG Maximus XII ApexG.SKILL TridentZ
GFP GPUPI for CPU 1B 10XCPU 1min 25sec 89ms Safedisk ROG Maximus XII ApexG.SKILL TridentZ
GFP 3DMark11 10xCPU 57807 RaufROG Maximus XII ApexG.SKILL TridentZ
(Table as of May 20, 2020. Source: hwbot.org database)

Core i7 10700K

BenchmarkScoreOverclockerMotherboardMemory
GFP Geekbench3 - Single Core 8xCPU 7831 Safedisk ROG Maximus XII ApexG.SKILL TridentZ
GFP Geekbench3 - Multi Core 8xCPU 57048 Safedisk ROG Maximus XII ApexG.SKILL TridentZ
(Table as of May 20, 2020. Source: hwbot.org database)

OverClock.Net Freezer' Burn Round 3 has started

Welcome to the fourth installment of the Freezer’ Burn overclocking competition. The goal of this competition is to have fun with overclocking and create a fair environment where we can compete against each other.


In a departure from previous completions, this time we chose to focus on newer generation components. For this competition we are going to do things a little different, instead of using only one specific GPU, we are going to allow cards from both AMD and Nvidia. To make things fair we are going to limit the cards down to only a few models. If you choose to do battle with a Nvidia card, then you will be limited to the GTX1060 6GB card, or any lesser Pascal GPU. If you want to play with the AMD cards, then the limit will be RX 580 8GB card, or any lesser Polaris GPU. Both of the top models have been known to be very similar with benchmark performance, so it should make a nice competition.



The second big change is the adoption of the Benchmate result verification software. For all of the 2D stages, we will require the use of only Benchmate to validate the score. This revolutionary software ensures that everyone plays fair. Simply run the selected benchmark in the Benchmate software and click the save result button. It generates a benchmark summary which includes many useful pieces of info such as processor MHz during bench, benchmark result, and temp during bench.


To make things even more interesting, we are going to allow all generations of both AMD and Intel CPU's. Simply put, we will allow every CPU ever made in this competition. You might be saying to yourself, hey that's not fair since I only have a 4 core CPU and others might have 32 core CPU’s. Well, we have an interesting solution to this problem, which will be described below in the 2D section. To take things a step further, we are only choosing the graphical portions of 3D benchmark programs so the CPU does wont influence the score. No matter what CPU you have, you can compete in a fair environment!


Competition by itself is fun, but lets face it, it’s more interesting when there are awesome prizes to win! We are extremely happy to report that this competition is supported with OVER $2200 of prizes with no less than 18 WINNERS!!


Competition Duration: December 25th to February 29th (Pacific Time)

HWBot forum is experiencing some technical difficulties

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It has been reported that the HWBot forum is not properly functioning. Adding new threads or commenting on existing threads, even private messaging is not possible at the moment. The bugs have been passed to the programmers, who will try to fix it asap. Sorry for any created inconveniences.


Thanks for understanding


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G.SKILL OC World Cup 2019 - Alex@ro from Romania Wins OC Champion Title

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G.SKILL OC World Cup 2019 – Alex@ro from Romania Wins OC Champion Title

 

 

Taipei, Taiwan (3 June 2019) – G.SKILL International Enterprise Co., Ltd., the world’s leading manufacturer of extreme performance memory and gaming peripherals, is thrilled to announce the winner of the 6th Annual OC World Cup 2019 - major congratulations to Alex@ro from Romania on winning the OC World Cup 2019 Champion title and taking home an astounding grand prize of $10,000 USD and a K|ngp|n Cooling GPU TEK-9 ICON 3.0 GPU LN2 Pot! All contestants were using highest-performance retail hardware in the competition, including Intel® Core™ i9-9900K processors, motherboards based on the Intel Z390 chipset, and G.SKILL DDR4 memory modules made with Samsung B-die components.


 


The annual G.SKILL OC World Cup is one of the biggest overclocking competition with the largest single cash prize for the champion at $10,000 USD. In this 6th Annual OC World Cup, the top nine overclockers from the online qualifier stage - from Romania Alex@ro, Bullshooter, Dancop, IvanCupa, Lucky_n00b, Niuulh, Radi, rsannino, and safedisk - competed head-to-head on a live stage in front of worldwide audiences from the tech industry at the G.SKILL Computex booth. After three days of the Live Qualifier round, three finalists – Alex@ro, Dancop, and Lucky_n00b – emerged to compete against each other in the Grand Final stage. Upon a full day of overclocking and benching, Alex@ro emerged as the winner in the final moments of the competition.

 

 

G.SKILL also would like to specially thank the master judges – Hiwa, Steponz, l0ud_Silence, and Leeghoofd, as well as the administrators at HWBOT. This overclocking competition couldn't have been possible without their dedication and efforts.

 

 

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About G.SKILL

Established in 1989 by PC hardware enthusiasts, G.SKILL specializes in high performance memory, SSD products, and gaming peripherals designed for PC gamers and enthusiasts around the world. Combining technical innovation and rock solid quality through our in-house testing lab and talented R&D team, G.SKILL continues to create record-breaking memory for each generation of hardware and hold the no. 1 brand title in overclocking memory.

G.SKILL Announces OC World Cup 2019 Competition

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Taipei, Taiwan (8 March 2019) – G.SKILL International Enterprise Co., Ltd., the world’s leading manufacturer of extreme performance memory and gaming peripherals, is excited to announce the 6th Annual OC World Cup 2019. The online qualifier competition stage will be held from March 13, 2019 until April 16, 2019 on hwbot.org.The top 9 winners of the online qualifier will be qualified to join the live competition at the G.SKILL booth during Computex 2019 week from May 29th to 31st and compete for a chunk of the $25,000 USD cash prize pool.


Annual World Class Event of the OC Community

With the participation of top overclockers from around the world and carefully designed rules, G.SKILL OC World Cup is considered as one of the most challenging overclocking competition by professional overclockers. The G.SKILL OC World Cup consists of three rounds: Online Qualifier, Live Qualifier, and Grand Final. The top 9 winners of the Online Qualifier will receive eligibility to enter the Live Qualifier stage during Computex 2019 and demonstrate their finest LN2 extreme overclocking skills at the G.SKILL booth.


 

Online Qualifier Stage

The Online Qualifier round will be hosted on HWBOT.org from March 13 to April 16, 2019. For this stage, 4 particular benchmarks are selected to test each overclocker's memory overclock tweaking skills: Highest DDR4 Frequency, SuperPi 32m, Geekbench 3 Memory Performance single core, and 3DMark11 on integrated graphics processors. Participants must use G.SKILL DDR4 memory kits and the specified Intel platforms. 

 

And for participants of the Online Qualifier stage, one lucky draw winner will be randomly selected to win a Trident Z Royal DDR4-3600 CL16 16GB (2x8GB) memory kit. For more event details and rules, please visit the competition webpage on HWBOT’s OC-eSports webpage: 

http://oc-esports.io/#!/round/gskill_ocworldcup_2019_online_qualifier



 

Raising the Total Cash Prize Pool to $25,000 USD

To give back to the extreme overclocking community, G.SKILL will be raising the total cash prize pool to $25,000 USD for OC World Cup 2019. The champion will receive a whopping grand prize of $10K USD – the largest single cash prize sum in the overclocking community. Additionally, for the first time in the history of OC World Cup, the total number of contestants for the Live Qualifier stage will also be increased from 6 to 9 participants to provide more opportunities for the overclocking community.


For a breakdown of the cash prize at OC World Cup 2019, please see below:

Champion: USD $10,000

2nd: USD $3,500

3rd: USD $2,500

4th: USD $2,000

5th: USD $1,800

6th: USD $1,600

7th: USD $1,400

8th: USD $1,200

9th: USD $1,000

 

Plz find more info regarding the Online Qualifier at this link (click)


G.SKILL Announces New Specifications for AMD Ryzen™ 2000 Series Processors and X470 Platform

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G.SKILL Announces New Specifications for AMD Ryzen™ 2000 Series Processors and X470 Platform

Up to DDR4-3600MHz


 

Taipei, Taiwan (19 April 2018) – G.SKILL International Enterprise Co., Ltd., the world’s leading manufacturer of extreme performance memory and gaming peripherals, is excited to announce the release of new Trident Z RGB and Sniper X series specifications launching in conjunction with the release of the AMD Ryzen™ 2000 series processors and the X470 platform. Kit specifications starting from DDR4-3200MHz CL16-18-18-38 16GB (2x8GB) to DDR4-3600MHz 18-22-22-42 16GB (2x8GB), these new specifications push the boundaries of AMD system performance to the next level.

Taking Advantage of the New AMD Platform

Armed with the latest IMC on the new 2nd generation AMD Ryzen™ processors, G.SKILL aims to bring users ultra-fast high performance memory kits to help increase overall system performance with the new X470 systems. Trident Z RGB, with model numbers ending with TZRX, and Sniper X memory series now introduce several new AMD X470-specific memory specifications. Please see below for a complete list of the new specifications.

 


 

Stress Testing

Tested on the latest ASUS ROG CROSSHAIR VII Hero motherboard with the AMD Ryzen™ 2700 processor, the screenshot below shows Trident Z RGB for AMD running at DDR4-3600MHz C18-22-22-42 16GB (2x8GB).

 


 

Availability

These new specifications will be available via G.SKILL worldwide distribution partners in late April 2018.

 

 

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About G.SKILL

Established in 1989 by PC hardware enthusiasts, G.SKILL specializes in high performance memory, SSD products, and gaming peripherals designed for PC gamers and enthusiasts around the world. Combining technical innovation and rock solid quality through our in-house testing lab and talented R&D team, G.SKILL continues to create record-breaking memory for each generation of hardware and hold the no. 1 brand title in overclocking memory.

 

Press Contact

Joseph Fang

joseph.fang@gskill.com

ASUS ROG Crosshair VII Hero Sets the Pace on AMD X470

ASUS ROG Crosshair VII Hero Sets the Pace on AMD X470

 

We’ve been working closely with world-renowned overclockers to push the Ryzen 7 2700X to the brink on the Crosshair VII Hero. Elmor has already set a new record for the AM4 reference clock, decimating the old mark of 151.56MHz with an incredible 240.61MHz. TheOverclocker has claimed records for peak Ryzen CPU frequency with 6GHz on not only a single core, but also all eight cores and 16 threads. Top scores have also fallen in key benchmarks for eight-core CPUs, with TheOverclocker setting the fastest time in GPU PI for CPU 1B, and Der8auer hitting the top of the Geekbench3 leaderboard.

 

Precise voltage is vital when you’re on the edge, so the Hero tracks important rails from the best spot on the power plane, and it uses differential sensing to ensure accurate readings from both software and the onboard ProbeIT measurement points. Most motherboards rely on single-ended sensing tapped from a location that isn’t ideal, making it more difficult to gauge exactly how much voltage is being supplied to your components.

 

With eight onboard headers for fans and pumps, the Hero has the cooling credentials to match its overclocking aspirations. It’s ready for custom liquid loops thanks to a high-amperage pump header that can push up to 3A, plus additional headers for monitoring coolant temperatures and flow rate. If you somehow run out of places to connect fans, the board works with the ASUS Fan Extension card, which supports even more fans and temperature probes.


G.SKILL Announces OC World Cup 2018 Live Qualifier and Grand Final Rules

Taipei, Taiwan (11 April 2018) – G.SKILL International Enterprise Co., Ltd., the world’s leading manufacturer of extreme performance memory and gaming peripherals, is announcing the rules and benchmarks for the G.SKILL 5th Annual OC World Cup 2018 Live Qualifier. This live competition event will be held during the week of Computex 2018, from June 5th through June 7th, followed by the OC World Cup 2018 Grand Final on June 8, 2018. Be sure to check out the main stage at the G.SKILL booth for exciting live overclocking and liquid nitrogen in action!




OC World Cup 2018 Live Competition

G.SKILL OC World Cup 2018 marks the 5th consecutive year of this major overclocking event, where the top 6 qualified overclockers from around the world compete live on stage at the G.SKILL booth during Computex. In the first three days of Computex 2018 (June 5th to June 7th), each Live Qualifier contestant will have two time slots to complete designated benchmarks for the highest scores. At the end of the Live Qualifier round, the top two scoring contestants would secure spots for a final battle in the Grand Final round on June 8th and a chance to win the $10,000 cash prize!


Live Qualifier Benchmarks


Five total benchmarks have been carefully selected to test the 6 semi-finalists’ memory tweaking knowledge and overclocking skills. The following benchmarks will be used:


  • Highest DDR4 Frequency
  • Geekbench3 Multi Core 6G
  • 3DMark11 Physics 6G
  • Cinebench R15 6G
  • HWBOT x265 BENCHMARK - 4K 6G


Grand Final Benchmarks

For the Grand Final stage, the two finalists must also complete 5 total benchmarks, as follows:


  • Highest DDR4 frequency with G.SKILL specified memory
  • 1x Contestant A’s choice
  • 1x Contestant B’s choice
  • 2x Benchmarks chosen by G.SKILL


For the contestant’s choice benchmarks, it must be a valid 2D benchmark listed on HWBOT with fixed CPU frequency and approved by the event judges.


Competition Hardware

All OC World Cup 2018 contestants are restricted to using G.SKILL DDR4 memory, 8th Gen Intel® Core™ processor, and Z370 motherboards for the benchmarks.


About G.SKILL

Established in 1989 by PC hardware enthusiasts, G.SKILL specializes in high performance memory, SSD products, and gaming peripherals designed for PC gamers and enthusiasts around the world. Combining technical innovation and rock solid quality through our in-house testing lab and talented R&D team, G.SKILL continues to create record-breaking memory for each generation of hardware and hold the no. 1 brand title in overclocking memory.


Press Contact

Joseph Fang joseph.fang@gskill.com

G.SKILL Achieves Dual-Channel DDR4-5000MHz Memory Speed on Air-Cooling

Taipei, Taiwan (28 March 2018) – G.SKILL International Enterprise Co., Ltd., the world’s leading manufacturer of extreme performance memory and gaming peripherals, is excited to announce the achievement of an unprecedented DDR4-5000MHz memory in dual-channels. This major breakthrough is the world’s first instance of two DDR4 RGB memory modules breaking the DDR4-5000MHz barrier on just air cooling, when considering that this world-record class speed was only achievable under extreme liquid nitrogen cooling just two years ago. This massive technological feat is achieved with the high performance Samsung DDR4 B-die ICs, and running on the MSI Z370I GAMING PRO CARBON AC motherboard and the Intel® Core™ i7-8700K processor.

World’s First Dual-Channel DDR4-5000MHz Achieved on Air-Cooling
This in-development memory speed marks the first time in history that a pair of air-cooled RGB memory achieving the legendary speed of DDR4-5000MHz. While DDR4-5000MHz memory kits aren’t yet ready to hit retail stores, G.SKILL is taking major leaps in developing much faster memory speeds and demonstrating the brand’s unwavering dedication to continually push DDR4 memory performance into the absolute extremes.

“Previously, the 5GHz memory speed is only achievable in extreme overclocking and in single-channel. We’re excited to share that we’ve been able to achieve the 5GHz memory speed in not only air-cooling conditions, but also in dual-channels. This is a major milestone for us,” says Tequila Huang, Corporate Vice President, G.SKILL International. “We will make every effort to bring this specification onto the consumer market, and bring the experience of extreme performance to worldwide users.”

Shown in the screenshot below, on a system with the MSI Z370I GAMING PRO CARBON AC motherboard and an Intel i7-8700K processor, CPU-Z displays a DDR4-4700MHz Trident Z RGB dual-channel memory kit being overclocked 300MHz past its original rated speed to reach DDR4-5000MHz.

The CPU-Z validation link can be found via the link: https://valid.x86.fr/7inlic

About G.SKILL

Established in 1989 by PC hardware enthusiasts, G.SKILL specializes in high performance memory, SSD products, and gaming peripherals designed for PC gamers and enthusiasts around the world. Combining technical innovation and rock solid quality through our in-house testing lab and talented R&D team, G.SKILL continues to create record-breaking memory for each generation of hardware and hold the no. 1 brand title in overclocking memory.