AMD FX-8350 Overclocked to 7442.83 MHz With LN2 Cooling – Record Overclock for Vishera

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Oct 18, 2012
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Overclockers from China have achieved the Vishera record overclock by pushing an AMD FX-8350 processor to 7442.83 MHz with the help of liquid nitrogen cooling. This is currently the record overclock for Vishera, although nowhere near the 8 GHz + overclock we saw from Bulldozer last year but it still puts down the Intel 3770K frequency world record which was set at 7184.3MHz.

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The overclock comes from mainland China, from where overclockers achieved this frequency on Gigabyte’s GA-990FXA-UD7 AM3+ Motherboard. The FX-8350 CPU had two cores enabled and its VCore was pushed to a staggering 1.968V which is only possible through LN2 Cooling. This shows that the amazing overclocking abilities of Piledriver architecture have been passed on from Trinity to Vishera and with a price kept under $200 US, what can be better than an 8 Core which runs that high of a frequency.

Although 7 GHz plus LN2 isn’t feasible for all users but with a nice air cooler and water cooling setup, enthusiasts can easily break the 5 – 5.5 GHz barrier with the new FX-Vishera processors. You can find the CPU-z validation here.

The AMD FX-Vishera along with the flagship FX-8350 would launch on 23rd October. Expect retail availability with in the same day.

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