Overclockers lift Broadwell quad-core at 5 GHz with air cooling




A Chinese tech site has an unreleased Core i7-5775C of Broadwell-generation quad-core and could cooled to 5GHz overclock. Standard running the 65-chip maximum 3,7GHz.

There were already indications that the desktop processors of Broadwell generation to the point of appearing are, and now the Chinese site Hkpec a Core i7-5775C of that line managed to secure. Furthermore succeeded overclocker lifting ‘Lamb’ went quad produced on 14nm to 5GHz.

At that speed Windows 7 turned not stable enough to run a benchmark, but the overclocker was able to take a CPU-Z screenshot. On 4,8GHz 32M wPrime could well be reversed; the processor put a score of 4.3999 down the benchmark.

The Broadwell turned on the clock in combination with an ASRock Z97 OC Formula motherboard. The Core i7-5775C has a TDP of 65W and a clock speed with Turbo Boost 3,3GHz to 3,7GHz. The processor has 6MB of L3 cache. The integrated video chip is the Iris Pro 6200 Graphics and it is a CPU for the LGA1150 socket. Along with the Core i7 will only Core i5-5675C, but exactly when the release occurs is not known.


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