Intel Core i9-14900K Overclocked to 7.1GHz at 600W Power and 1.45v

Overclocker SkatterBench has overclocked Intel’s Core i9-14900K to 7.1 GHz on all P-cores using a whopping 602W of power and 1.45 core voltage. That’s 1.20 GHz higher than its stock (single-core) boost clock of 6 GHz, and 900 MHz higher than the max clocks achieved by the 14900KS. Intel’s PL2 power limit for the 14900K and 14900KS is 253W and 320W, respectively. So yeah, this isn’t quite suitable for everyday use and requires LN2, but it’s interesting to see nonetheless.

We don’t know much about the setup, except it used a high-end Z790 motherboard and high-speed DDR5 memory. The author will upload the YouTube video for the overclocking process soon, so you might want to watch out for that.

Areej Syed

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