The newest DDR5 memory overclocking world record is now 11202 MT/s
Overclocker Seby9123 achieves a new world record in DDR memory overclocking.
A magic of liquid nitrogen, highly binned DDR5 memory, experience, and patience have resulted in a new world record for DDR5 memory overclocking. This is not the first nor the last world record that will be beaten with this type of memory.
The vast majority of desktop users will never try this at home. In fact, most users do not go further than applying XMP or EXPO overclocking profiles. Some enthusiasts will try adjusting timings and some might try to improve cooling for their memory kits, but only a few users will ever use liquid nitrogen.
Seby9123 is an extreme overclocker who has just beaten a world record by applying 5607 MHz (11202 MT/s) setting to his G.Skill Trident memory kit. To achieve this, he used an ASUS ROG Maximus Z790 APEX motherboard and memory certified for DDR5-7800 XMP profile.
The timings of 62-126-126-127-127 are not great, but the HWBOT competition is for the highest frequency, so timings are not relevant. SkatterBencher, who is also an overclocker, tech YouTuber and reviewer, has a dedicated page that monitors all world records:
As we can see, the overclocking scene has seen a rapid increase in world records as the PC market has shifted to the newer standard. Seby’s OC attempt has beaten the previous world record of 5567.5 MHz (11135 MT/s) from Hicookie. Do not be surprised if this DDR5 frequency world record is surpassed soon, as memory makers push even faster and more binned kits to the market.