Overclocking players will generally favor some high-end, non-lock frequency CPU processor to challenge the record, on the one hand, these CPU performance is strong, running high, and the other is the high-end CPU overclocking potential is also large, better physical fitness. There are also some high-stakes favorites, with overclocking player Bilko recently overtaking the Athlon 3000G processor to 5GHz, a cheap $50 CPU.
The Athlon 3000G was only released in November, but it’s not new – manufactured using a 14nm process, 2 core 4 threads, three-stage cache 4MB, integrated Vega 3 GPU graphics core, 192 stream processor GPU frequencies 1100MHz ( 100MHz higher than the Steamdragon 200GE series, the interface is still AM4, and the thermal design consumes 35W.
What’s special about it is that it’s the first open overclocked Zen-framed speed dragon, which officials say can easily overclock to 3.9GHz.
However, in the overclocking high-play hand, its playability will be higher, Bilko recently in the LN2 liquid nitrogen environment to overclock to 5GHz or more.
Because the Athlon 3000G itself is only a 2-core 4-thread processor, so overclocking does not need to drop the core, the external frequency 100.51MHz, 49x octave successfully achieved 5000.55MHz frequency, become the processor overclocking first, but the voltage at this time also 1.68V.
Bilko’s frequency is about 230MHz higher than the second place, and it’s hard to think anyone will overtake it for a while.
The Athlom 3000G is just a $49 entry-level rye for $379, and overclocking to 5GHz is a hit.