Intel Core i9-13900K 'Raptor Lake' CPU used to breach 8GHz+ barrier

Intel's new 13th Gen Core "Raptor Lake" CPUs haven't even been released yet,

but they're being used to break some OC world records a

the dizzying heights of 8GHz... yeah 8000MHz+.

The new Intel Center i9-13900K processor was utilized, chilled with LN2 cooling on an "unreleased Z790 motherboard"

where the computer chip went up to a level 8GHz (8000MHz).

The people over at Wccftech figured out how to get their involved a screen capture from an overclocker

who has an Intel Center i9-13900K designing example (ES) processor,

in the "unreleased Z790 motherboard" and the previously mentioned LN2 cooling.

Intel's forthcoming Center i7-13700K rocks with its 16C/24T at up to 5.4GHz with a similar 125W base TDP, as well as the 253W "Greatest Super Power".

The Center i7-13700K will be presented in the "F" variation