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ASUS achieve 7.56GHz overclock with their X299 Apex motherboard

ASUS achieve 7.56GHz overclock with their X299 Apex motherboard

ASUS achieve 7.56GHz overclock with their X299 Apex motherboard

ASUS achieve 7.56GHz overclock with their X299 Apex motherboard

 
During the "Performance Matters - Helium Night" at Computex Taipei, the overclocker Der8auer was able to achieve a monstrously high 7.562GHz overclock using Intel's new Kaby Lake-X 7740K CPU and ASUS' newly announced Rampage VI APEX.  

The Rampage VI APEX is the second motherboard to hit ASUS' new APEX lineup, coming with a design that is for overclocking first and foremost and comes with a lot of unique design options and features that are designed to help keep CPUs stable when using sub-zero coolants like LN2 (Liquid Nitrogen) or LH2 (Liquid Helium).  

  

ASUS achieve 7.56GHz overclock with their X299 Apex motherboard

 

In order to achieve overclocking perfection, ASUS have actually had to cut features from their APEX lineup, only using a single DIMM slot per channel for optimal trace routing and improved overclocking potential while using X299's 4-channel memory. 

The Rampage VI APEX has already achieved several HWBOT world records, showcasing some strong performance from Intel's new X299 platform. 

  
ASUS achieve 7.56GHz overclock with their X299 Apex motherboard  

ASUS has not revealed the pricing or the release date of this new X299 overclocking motherboard, though it will certainly not be cheap. 

 

You can join the discussion on ASUS' new ROG Rampage VI Apex on the OC3D Forums.

 

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