It was time for AMD to crack open the liquid -nitrogen and liquid-helium again as it set a new world record by clocking its new FX processor to a staggering 8.429Ghz.
The AMD Overclocking Team used a pre-release FX processor and a tank of liquid-helium to push the processor well over 8GHz (even with the anti-virus enabled at one point), setting a new world record for a modern processor frequency in the process to 8.429GHz, breaking the previous record of 8.309GHz.
Watch the video after the jump to see the AMD Overclocking Team in action.
The AMD Overclocking Team at the event consisted of Sami Maekinen, Brian Mchlachlan, Pete Hardman, Aaron Schradin, and Simon Solotko, a senior manager at AMD.
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