The Intel Core i9-11900K, a premium CPU from the Rocket Lake-S series, is overclocked over 7GHz, according to data from the CPU-Z Validation site. This frequency is achieved by significantly adjusting the voltage, to over 1,873 volts.
The overclocker, signed as "ROG-Fisher", used the Asus ROG Maximus XIII Apex motherboard, which is designed for overclockers, for this achievement. Now the first three overclocking records on the CPU-Z Validation site belong to ROG-Fisher.
In addition to this, the YouTube channel PC Wale posted a video showing the process of overclocking the said CPU, but only up to 6.5GHz. This frequency is achieved with a much lower voltage of 1.678V.
Overclockers were not able to announce the benchmarking results of the Intel Core i9-11900K processor, and we will have to wait for this on March 30, when the new series of chips will be released.