New DDR5 Overclocking Record Achieved on Gigabyte Z790 AORUS Tachyon

A new record for DDR5 overclocking has been achieved using the GIGABYTE Z790 AORUS Tachyon motherboard pushing the limits of DDR5 even further.

New DDR5 Record Achieved

Overclocker HiCookie has pushed DDR5 all the way to a massive DDR5-11254 frequency on the AORUS Tachyon motherboard which has been designed exclusively for overclocking enthusiasts. The submission was made on with the DDR5 SDRAM at 5627.3 MHz with an i9 13900K on Liquid Nitrogen cooling.


The AORUS Tachyon is a Z790 motherboard which has been specifically designed for overclockers seeking to break records. The board utilizes a specialized VRM design, memory layout trace and built-in overclocking buttons and switches to enable enthusiasts to unleash the full potential of the latest Intel Core Processors and by extension, memory.

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