Intel secret tools for the first time: 6 big 8 small 14 cores all overclocked to 6GHz!
German high-end gamer Der8auer recently visited Intel's overclocking and validation labs to experience one of their internal overclocking tools - ROC.
ROC is known as "Real-Time OverClocking", which means real-time overclocking. Intel's internal labs use a set of tools that work with the appropriate motherboards and tools to control thousands of variables of the CPU processor in real time and directly, including controlling each core individually to unlock the maximum potential and verify overclocking capability.
It is simpler and more intuitive than the publicly available Intel XTU overclocking tool, and its capabilities are more robust, even for locked processor overclocking.
Der8auer test processor is a i9-13900HK, which belongs to the 13th generation Core H series flagship models, 6 + 8 14 cores and 20 threads, P core frequency 2.6-5.4GHz, E core frequency 1.9-4.1GHz.
The test motherboard is also a special validation board that makes it very easy to replace the processor, including this mobile processor that was originally soldered to the motherboard.
The heat sink is certainly not unusual.
The best result is super to all cores 6GHz, and all 6 P cores and 8 E cores reach 6GHz!
Only this time the stability is not very good, the system is easy to crash, but the maximum stable frequency is also 5.8GHz, for a mobile processor is quite remarkable.
Intel ROC tools will not be made public, at least for the time being, Der8auer test versions are temporarily customized, but may eventually introduce some of the features, design to Intel XTU.
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