AMD’s fastest workstation CPU, the Ryzen Threadripper Pro 7995WX, with its 96 Zen 4 processor cores and a total of 192 threads using liquid nitrogen (“LN2”) once again clearly breaks the world record in the popular Cinebench R23 benchmark. Roman “Der8auer” Hartung and the two professional overclockers “Elmor” and “Shamino” achieved a spectacular 201,000 points+ with a power consumption of up to 1,600 watts and 6 GHz at its peak.
Ryzen Threadripper Pro 7995WX breaks all records
After the AMD Ryzen Threadripper Pro 7995WX was able to set new OC world records in the Cinebench R15, Cinebench R20, Cinebench R23 and Cinebench 2024 benchmarks under air and using water cooling, the first LN2 results were eagerly awaited.
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With its 96 Zen 4 processor cores, the AMD Ryzen Threadripper Pro 7995WX breaks numerous world records in Cinebench R23, R20 and R15, even under air.
While the world record in Cinebench R23 using air cooling is around 161,000 points, a result of 167,000 points was achieved using water cooling from the Heatkiller IV series from Watercool. With a clock frequency of 96 × 5.25 GHz and up to 998 watts, the bar was already very high.
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The AMD Ryzen Threadripper Pro 7995WX once again breaks world records in Cinebench 2024, R23, R20 and R15 with its 96 Zen 4 processor cores underwater.
Nevertheless, the German OC professional Roman “Der8auer” Hartung and his colleagues “Elmor” and “Shamino” managed to literally pulverize this world record once again. As usual, LN2 cooling was used for this, which can cool the CPU down to -196 °Celsius and thus allows more scope to increase the clock frequencies significantly further.
Once again significantly faster than with air and water
After AMD itself had recently set a new world record in Cinebench R23 188,000 points via the short message service X – formerly Twitter – this was once again significantly exceeded by the three well-known professional overclockers. In the end the score was 201,501 points.
The new world record in Cinebench R23 Source: HWBot.org (montage: Sven Bauduin) In terms of technical specifications, the successful record attempt eclipsed everything that had come before.
96 × 6 GHz (OC), 1,600 Watt+ and -193 °Celsius per LN2
As the detailed logs on the overclocking platform HWBot.org reveal, the workstation CPU overclocked to 96 × 6 GHz was kept at temperature by the L2 cooling with an average power consumption of 986 watts*, reaching a maximum temperature of -32 ° Celsius.
*) at peak up to 1,580 watts
The following hardware configuration was used for the successful world record attempt:
AMD Ryzen Threadripper Pro 7995WX with 96 × 6 GHzAsus Pro WS TRX50-Sage Wifi with TRX50 chipset4 × 16 GiByte DDR5-6000 CL30-38-38-36-44Nvidia Geforce RTX 3060 with 12 GigabyteWindows 11 Professional, BIOS: 0016FCLK/UCLK: 2,000/3,000MHz
It remains to be seen whether the AMD Ryzen Threadripper Pro 7995WX’s record hunt will come to an end for the time being. The recently achieved results are currently unattainable even for the fastest dual CPU systems.
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