G.Skill did not just demonstrate its novelties in the segment of RAM kits at Computex 2023, it organized a traditional extreme overclocking competition for overclockers from all over the world with valuable and cash prizes in the capital of Taiwan. The winner was an American enthusiast Sepy9123 (pictured in the center), which was able to overclock a single memory module to DDR5-11240 mode.
Under the terms of the competition, the organizers gave the participants the same components. If G.Skill provided the American with the only 16 GB Trident Z5 RGB memory module necessary for such experiments, which he overclocked to DDR5-11240 mode using liquid nitrogen with timings of 62-126-126-127-127-2. The Intel Core i9-13900KS central processor next door was also cooled with liquid nitrogen and was installed in the ASUS ROG Maximus Z790 Apex motherboard.
Together with other achievements, this result brought the American enthusiast the victory in the G.Skill extreme overclocking competition and a cash prize of $10,000, as well as a GPU-mounted liquid nitrogen tank, which was provided by one of the sponsors of the event. By the way, usually in extreme memory overclocking, the best results are achieved by Asian overclockers, and the appearance of the US representative at the top of the rating brings new colors to the picture.
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