Asus Korea announced on the 9th that it has set the Super PI 32M world record with the ROG Maximus XIII Apex motherboard.
The ROG Maximus XIII Apex motherboard is the 11th generation Intel i9-11900KF, breaking the world record by achieving Super PI 32M in 3 minutes and 40 seconds.
The Super PI single-threaded benchmark is a benchmark utility that measures the computational speed of CPU and memory with a 25-year history.
Seven years ago, I entered the Super PI 32M with the ROG Maximus V Formula motherboard within 5 minutes. Since then, I have achieved nearly 4 minutes, but this is the first time I have broken the 4 minute wall.
In addition to the Super PI 32M world record, it has achieved 10 overclocking records in a short period of time, of which 7 are among the world’s highest.
ROG Maximus XIII Apex motherboards are based on the Intel Z590 chipset and can use 10th and 11th generation Intel Core processors.
The power supply is enhanced with 18 power stages rated at 90A, and overclocking for 11th generation Intel Core processors has been added. In addition, AI overclocking, which profiles the CPU and cooling to predict the optimal configuration, enables faster and smarter overclocking.