Overclocking CPUs can sometimes void warranties. It’s never advised to approach overclocking without some expertise. The process of removing all power limits on your motherboard can be scary enough for some users.
It’s safe to say, however, that overclocking Alder Lake CPUs is safely done in the right hands. Doing “all core” overclocking, which is the traditional style of overclocking, is something that is relatively straightforward for an experienced overclocker. There are several other modes, “per core” and “turbo ratios”. These, done correctly, can exceed performance levels seen before with overclocking.
We have an Alder Lake overclocked server which we’re happy to help you build out to your needs. Here is the Alder Lake server, based on the i9-12000KS CPU:
- 8-core Intel i9-12900KS
- Up to 128GB DDR4
- Up to 2x 2.5″ SSD
- PCI-e 1x 16 or 2x 8
- Redundant 600W PSU
You can see more here: https://www.icc-usa.com/products/overclocked-servers/vega-r116i/
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