The Intel Core i9-13900KF processor was able to control 5.97 GHz on a motherboard that has Intel B660 chipset and does not officially support the acceleration. In parallel, the AMD Ryzen 75800X3D processor, which alone does not support manual acceleration, was able to disperse the enthusiasts to 5.5 GHz.
Intel is rather strict about the possibility of dispersing its processors. First, it is possible to disperse only individual models, the K-series, which have a unlocked multiplier. Second, it is possible to disperse only on motherboards with Z-series flagship chipsets, such as Intel Z690 or Z790.
Because it's amazing that the HWBot database recorded Core i9-13900KF on a motherboard with ASUS ROG Strix B660-F Gaming WIFI when tested at Cinebench R23 was able to reach a peak frequency of 5974 MHz.
The maximum operating voltage of the processor during the test was also extremely high - 1.57 V. But the temperature was very low - a maximum of 68 °C. According to the user, a liquid cooling system was used. Nearly 6 GHz of the Core i9-139000KF processor was able to show in a single Cinebench R23 nuclear test a result of 2333, which is 17% higher than the Ryzen 97950X.
Now, with regard to Ryzen 75800X3D, the processor is officially deprived of manual acceleration support, it has a blocked multiplier. This is obviously due to the additional 3D V-Cache cache, the crystal of which is located on top of the crystal with kernels, which clearly does not have a better effect on the cooling of the latter. Even the normal frequency of this CPU is lower than that of the normal Ryzen 75800X, only 4.5 GHz instead of 4.7 GHz in automatic acceleration.
However, the Ryzen 75800X3D can be dispersed by means of an external tactical generator that can increase the BCLK tyre frequency. Previously, it was possible to achieve this from a frequency chip to 4.9 GHz.
However, a new entry in the CPU-Z Utility validation database states that the Ryzen 75800X3D was able to be dispersed in a traditional way, increasing the multiplier to 5498.7 MHz. The ASUS ROG Crosshair VIII Dark Hero motherboard with BIOS 4201 was used.
Unfortunately, there is no detail on this achievement, nor is there any evidence of a chip test in any berchmark. To explain the sudden possibility of a traditional break-up can be explained by the fact that AMD may have opened up some possibilities through a microcode to disperse. In any event, there have been rumors that some motherboards will receive updates to BIOS, which will open the way for Ryzen 75800X3D to disperse.