What was the highest rated classical game that was lost on time?

Recently, I came across a game Vishwanathan Anand vs Veselin Topalov from Norway Chess 2022. In the second round, Anand who was playing with the black pieces won on time against Topalov as his clock ran out. The position was equal according to the engine.

Is this the highest-rated classical game that was lost on time? Or is there any other game much higher rated?

The ratings were: Topalov (2730) vs Anand (2751)

NOTE: By highest rated, I mean according to FIDE classical ratings and the sum of the ratings of the players. In this example, it is 2730 + 2751 = 5481

• You should precisely define what 'highest-rated' means. A game consists of two players and the two players have different ratings. Do you want the average? The minimum? The highest rating of the player who runs out of time (even if the other is much lower-rated)? Jun 3 at 7:08
• @MobeusZoom Thanks for your comment. I have clarified the meaning of highest-rated. Jun 3 at 7:45
• In the 2013 Candidates, Ivanchuk was rated 2757 and lost on time four times. It'll be one of those, I think. Jun 3 at 12:13

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