Selected RAM modules, experience, patience and liquid nitrogen allowed us to set a new world record for overclocking DDR5 RAM. Performance boasted Overclocker Seby9123, which achieved a data transfer rate of 11,202 MT/s with the G.Skill Trident Z5 memory kit.
For the experiment, the enthusiast used the ASUS ROG Maximus Z790 APEX motherboard, as well as a set of RAM modules certified to work in DDR5-7800 mode with Intel XMP overclocking profiles.
The overclocker managed to increase the actual memory frequency to 5607 MHz and thus achieve a transfer rate of 11,202 MT/s. In this mode, the memory kit only worked at very high latency 62-126-126-127-127. True, with regard to overclocking the working memory to the highest possible operating frequency, this does not matter.
Seby9123 broke the previous RAM overclocking record to 5567.5MHz (11,135 MT/s) set by overclocker Chi Hua Ke, aka HiCookie.