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Posted by on Jun 17, 2013 in Hardware News |

AMD A10-6800K APU “Richland-DT” is overclocked to 8.0GHz

The “Richland-DT” is the best example of the recently new family of APU A-Series third-generation of AMD, based on the new micro-architecture +, and that as we are informed from TechPowerUp, broken overclocking records in its class.

Some famous overclockers have pulled the AMD A10-5800K APU “Trinity-DT” at frequencies up to 7.93GHz , without disabling any kernel, disabling cores because it can overcome the barrier of in AMD microprocessors.

Using liquid nitrogen cooling, the overclocker managed to slightly exceed the barrier of 8.0GHz, overclocking an AMD A10-6800K APU “Richland-DT” to 8000.48MHz, and without recourse to disable any of its four cores A whole feat!

This achievement was accomplished in a motherboard To get to that frequency, The Still used a multiplier of 63 and a bus speed of 126.99MHz. 1692MHz memory worked.

Link: AMD A10-6800K 8.00 GHz Cracks Mark (TechPowerUp)

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