SAFEDISK, in collaboration with G.SKILL, ASUS ROG, and Intel, has shattered the SuperPi-32M overclocking world record, achieving an unprecedented time of 2 minutes, 59 seconds, and 919 milliseconds. This groundbreaking feat, accomplished on February 26, 2024, marks the first instance of completing the benchmark in under 3 minutes.

Utilizing liquid nitrogen cooling, SAFEDISK pushed the Intel® Core™ i9-14900KF desktop processor to 8449.2 MHz, with temperatures plummeting to -188 °C, while the G.SKILL Trident Z5 RGB DDR5 memory achieved DDR5-9052 at -60 °C. These remarkable results were realized on an ASUS ROG Maximus Z790 Apex Encore motherboard, showcasing the pinnacle of hardware performance.

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This achievement unlocks a new milestone in overclocking, demonstrating the technical prowess of modern computing systems. The expert configuration and operation under extreme conditions underscore the exceptional capabilities of the hardware involved.

SAFEDISK’s accomplishment includes overclocking a 2x 16 GB kit of G.SKILL Trident Z5 RGB memory to DDR5-9052 with CL32-48-45-36 timings, exemplifying the performance potential of G.SKILL memory solutions. This combination of high memory speed and low timings enhances calculation performance, contributing to the milestone achievement.

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Congratulations to SAFEDISK for this extraordinary feat, and gratitude to Intel and ASUS ROG for their outstanding hardware contributions. This milestone not only signifies a new pinnacle in overclocking but also highlights the ongoing advancements in computational speed, as G.SKILL memory continues to push boundaries and redefine possibilities.

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