It seems most people here dont understand frequency records... It doesnt matter if you have 1 core or 16 running, what matters is the max frequency achieved. These records dont even have to be stable to run a benchmark, just screenshot stable. It also doesnt matter if you only reach the speed on 1 processor or 100. These overclockers get a whole tray or two of CPUs from Intel or AMD to cherry pick the best one. Records like this always are only found on a few CPUs in the world and none of us will ever be able to reach them without extreme subzero cooling. It isnt about what a normal person can do, it is about the single highest frequency achieved and that is all that matters
Also 7GHz is nothing. ASUS shouldnt be claiming it but they have nothing else big to claim for their Intel launch right now so this is what they are going with. Old Celeron's and Pentium D's hit higher than 7GHz.
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