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Broadwell-E is the successor to the Haswell-E processor architecture from Intel. The platform launched on May 30, 2016, at Computex, one of the largest IT tradeshows in the world held in Taipei, Taiwan. The flagship Core i7 6950X processor was shown at the HWBOT World Tour 2016 Asia stop. Broadwell-E is produced using Intel's 14nm manufacturing process. At launch the Broadwell-E architecture set 4 World Records, 15 Global First Places[1]. The Broadwell-E processors are most renowned for being the first 10-core overclockable CPU for consumers.

Overclocking

Delidding

Advanced Overclocking

Memory Overclocking

Hardware

To overclock Broadwell-E you need an overclockable processor and motherboard.

  • Core i7 6950X processor
  • Core i7 6900K processor
  • Core i7 6850K processor
  • Core i7 6800K processor
  • X99 chipset


Software Tools

ASRock

ASUS

Biostar

GIGABYTE

Intel

MSI

Milestones

Achievement Overclocker Result CPU Motherboard Source
Highest Frequency Core i7 Elmor 5731.78 MHz Core i7 6950X ASUS Rampage V Edition 10 CPU-Z, HWBOT
Highest BCLK Frequency Toppc 176.76 MHz Core i7 6950X MSI X99A Xpower Gaming Titanium CPU-Z, HWBOT
Highest DDR4 Frequency Splave DDR4-4111 Core i7 6950X ASUS Rampage V Edition 10 CPU-Z, HWBOT


Overclocking Guides

Written Guides


Video Guides


References

  1. HWBOT, "Launch Day! Intel Core i7 6950X Processor Extreme Edition: 4 World Records, 15 Global First Places", (hwbot.org, June 1 2016), [1]