While DDR5 memory support in many systems is limited to DDR5-5600 memory, another overclocking record shows that such memory can operate at twice the frequencies.
The Seby9123 overclocker has set a new record by overclocking the G.Skill Trident memory to over 11 GHz! More precisely, we are talking about 11,202 MHz. Of course, as always in the case of DRAM memory, we are talking about the effective frequency, and not the real one.
The Asus ROG Maximus Z790 Apex motherboard was also involved in the overclocking process. The RAM itself was running at 7800 MHz out of the box. After overclocking, the memory timings were 62-126-126-127-127.