Gigabyte's Instant 6 GHz' automatically overclocks the i9-13900K to 6 GHz

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In the bios of its new Z790 motherboards, Gigabyte has added a "Instant 6 GHz" option. The setting speeds up one of the Intel Core i9-13900cores K's to 6 GHz on its own.

By default, an i9-13900turbo K's clock frequency is 5.8 GHz, so the difference is not very big, but 6 GHz sounds a little bit better. The mode changes the voltage and a few other CPU settings automatically. In the end, the overclocking should make that one core about 3% faster.

By simply updating the latest BIOS on GIGABYTE’s Z790 motherboards and activating related settings, users can boost the performance of Intel® Core™ i9-13900K to 6GHz in a snap. Other than the Turbo Boost mode, GIGABYTE Instant 6GHz technology can unleash the potential power of the processor to boost the single-core performance up to 3% higher, which leading up to experiencing the unparalleled performance of future processors.

The lately launched Intel® Core™ i9-13900K processor enables users to enjoy O.C. performance in an easier way. Using GIGABYTE’s latest Instant 6GHz technology, the system can automatically tweak CPU voltage and Vcore Load Line Calibration to detect the most two optimized cores running at 6GHz frequency. Instead of suffering from complex O.C settings, users can enjoy effortless Overclocking by simply updating the latest BIOS on GIGABYTE’s Z790 motherboards and activating the Instant 6GHz option in the BIOS. This further delivers a 3% performance boost on one single core, and provides an O.C. edition-like experience on i9-13900K processor.

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