Gigabyte has just smashed world overclocking records by hitting a whopping 7,314MHz with the Z590 Aorus Tachyon motherboard coupled with the latest Intel 11th Gen i9-11900K processor and LN2 liquid nitrogen cooling. The new achievement breaks the previous world record set by the Super Pi 1M and Super Pi 32M.
"GIGABYTE Z590 AORUS TACHYON motherboard is the master piece born from these innovative concepts in a period of deliberation, and prove GIGABYTE’s strong R&D strength on LN2 overclocking by the world records it made. Of course, we will also use Z590 AORUS TACHYON to create better overclocking performance, and can’t wait to see that overclockers around the world can use this motherboard to break more world records!"
- Jackson Hsu, Director of the GIGABYTE Channel Solutions Product Development Division
According to Gigabyte, the Z590 Aorus Tachyon was designed by overclockers to break the world record. It has 12+1 power stages with a 100A DrMOS design while the VRM area has a full tantalum capacitor matrix which lowers the overall temperature for more stable overclocking. A one-piece metal heat sink provides a larger heat dissipation range of the MOSFETs, while the memory circuits are "embedded within the PCB ground layers while the metal outer layer of the PCB reduces electromagnetic interference so that users can enjoy more high-speed, more stable overclocking RAM performance."
For more details about the Gigabyte Z590 Aorus Tachyon, you may visit the official product page here.