Overclockers achieve insane performance with AMD’s 96-core Ryzen Threadripper 7995WX

A new world record – AMD’s Threadripper 7000 CPU achieves staggering 148K score in Cinebench R23

We all love to see how far things can be pushed. There’s a reason why there are sporting world championships, and why competition is a driving force in many areas of life. In the world of PC hardware, overclockers push the limits of the latest PC components. These efforts can see benchmarks complete at staggering speeds as overclockers push the limits of power deliver, cooling, and silicon stability. Now that new Ryzen Threadripper 7000 series CPUs have arrived from AMD, overclockers now have a new toy to play with.

Thanks to Videocardz, benchmark results from an overclocked AMD Threadripper PRO 7995WX have been revealed. This includes a Cinebench R23 score of 148719. This result is a new world record, and it required liquid nitrogen cooling and 620W of power to achieve.

At an AMD event, overclockers managed to push AMD’s Ryzen Threadripper PRO 7995WX CPU to 4.4GHz on all cores. Those are some insane speeds for a 96-core processor. That said, it is probable that overclockers will push AMD’s new 96-core to greater heights in the future.

(Ryzen Threadripper PRO 7995WX 96-Core Overclocked Result – Via Videocardz)

World Record Overclocking with Threadripper 7000

daveReconRF is currently the Cinebench R23 record holder. His setup features dual AMD EPYC 9654 CPU setup, pairing together two 96-core server-grade AMD CPUs. Through overclocking, a single 96-core Threadripper 7995WX can outperform this setup, but only with extreme cooling solutions and an insane power draw.

We expect to see AMD’s new Ryzen Threadripper 7000 series CPUs achieve a lot of new overclocking world records. Over the coming weeks we expect to see a lot of high profile gain access to these new CPUs. These users will quickly push them as far as possible. Will we soon see a 150K+ Cinebench R23 score?

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