Gigabyte Overclocks i9-11900K to 7.3 GHz with Z590 Tachyon

Gigabyte has today announced that a Z590 AORUS TACHYON motherboard paired with the latest 11th generation Intel Core i9 11900K processor and LN2 liquid nitrogen heat dissipation set the world-leading overclocking record of 7314MHz. – GIGABYTE Z590 AORUS TACHYON motherboard equips with many functions designed for extreme overclockers, which promise overclockers higher scores with an easier operation, establishing Gigabyte’s leading role in overclocking on the Z590 motherboards.

Gigabyte Sets New Intel i9-11900K Overclocking Record

Overclockers designed GIGABYTE Z590 AORUS TACHYON to break the world record. Backed by Gigabyte’s widely recognized endurance and stability, the GIGABYTE R&D team has devoted plenty of resources to make this motherboard more in line with users’ needs. The Z590 AORUS TACHYON adopts 12+1 direct phases power supply, which each of them can hold up to 100 amps with its DrMOS power stages design to provide comprehensive power management. The VRM area implements a full tantalum capacitor matrix, enabling the lower overall temperature and more stable overclocking. Furthermore, the latest Reactive Armor solution uses an integrated one-piece metal heat sink to provide a larger heat dissipation range of MOSFET. Simultaneously, the multiple skived fins and grooved surface provide two times larger dissipation area than traditional design that dramatically improves the heat convection and conduction by allowing more airflow passes through the heatsink.

Moreover, the 2Oz PCB of CPU zone and exclusive 2DIMM Daisy Chain memory routing with an anti-interference design satisfies users with more flexibility on memory configuration and performance. The memory circuits are embedded within the PCB ground layers while the metal outer layer of the PCB reduces electromagnetic interference so that users can enjoy more high-speed, more stable overclocking RAM performance. The exclusive Overclocking kit of robust overclocking buttons and detection features allow overclockers to break through the limits with ease.

Where Can I Learn More?

Besides the above exclusive designs, the Z590 AORUS TACHYON motherboard is equipped with all of Gigabyte’s noted features and advanced configuration of Intel 2.5Gb Ethernet, WIFI 6E 802.11ax, USB 3.2 Gen2x2 TYPE-C® interface, and PCIe 4.0 expansion interface. Meanwhile, the revamped BIOS interface with Smart Fan 6 technology displays key information such as clock speeds, memory, storage devices, fan statuses/settings, temperature control, and other important hardware information in a more intuitive and user-friendly manner. The addition of QFLASH makes it much easier for users to update their system BIOS by USB flash without installing a processor, memory, and VGA cards.

Therefore, if you want to learn more about this clearly exceptionally potent motherboard design, you can check out the official Gigabyte product website via the link here!

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