The newest DDR5 memory overclocking world record is 11202 MT/s

Ever since the advent of DDR5 memory, it has swiftly embarked on a path of significant frequency elevation, a trajectory decidedly more rapid than previous memory transitions. Notably, numerous motherboard manufacturers have opted to collaborate with overclocking experts, persistently pushing DDR5 memory frequency to unprecedented heights in a relatively short span of time.

According to VideoCardz, the overclocking enthusiast Seby9123 recently achieved a new record by overclocking DDR5 memory to a staggering 11202 MT/s. For this remarkable feat, the individual deployed G.Skill’s Trident DDR5-7800 memory in conjunction with ASUS’s ROG Maximus Z790 APEX motherboard.

In such overclocking endeavors, liquid nitrogen is indispensable, and the overclocker must possess ample experience and patience. Success demands incessant experimentation. Ultimately, Seby9123 managed to overclock the DDR5 memory to 11202 MT/s, breaking the previous world record of 11135 MT/s set by Hicookie. The corresponding timings for this achievement were CL62-126-126-127-127. While these timings may appear unimpressive, the paramount goal in this context is the attainment of the highest possible frequency.

Do not be taken aback if a new DDR5 memory overclocking world record materializes in the near future. With the arrival of second-generation DDR5 memory, manufacturers’ latest high-frequency DDR5 memory offerings have become more mature. Coupled with increasingly refined platform support and enhanced experience of overclocking enthusiasts, further surprises may well be on the horizon. For average users, the market is currently replete with DDR5 memory boasting 6000 MT/s or higher speeds. Choices are abundant, and generally overclocking to 7200MT/s or higher is not a formidable challenge, especially considering that the highest commercially available product has reached a speed of 8000 MT/s.