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Cinebench World Record Set With Help of Gigabyte Z790 Aorus Tachyon

PC and component maker Gigabyte announced Its Z790 Aorus Tachyon motherboard helped break the Cinebench R23 world record (24 cores). This board was used by experienced overclocker Hicookie and featured an Intel Core i9 13900K processor. Another key component of the mixture was the liquid nitrogen lashing.

Hicookie’s new world record Cinebench R23 score is 56,783 points on a 24-core CPU. When I check out the HWbot A look at the league table shows that it was just one of four setups to score over 56,000. Both Hicookie and Gigabyte are competing against his rivals Safedisk, Xtreme Addict, and tom’s hardware Contributor Splave.

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