AMD claims to have broken another record with Threadripper 7000
Elmore, Der8auer and Shamino worked together to break a new world record.
It’s only been a day since the performance embargo was officially lifted for AMD’s latest High Experience Desktop (HEDT)/workstation series, the Threadripper 7000. Overclockers have been working hard for over a month to push the limits of these AMD processors.
Threadripper PRO 7995WX, the top SKU of this series, has been the preferred choice among overclockers. This advantage comes from its impressive configuration of 96 Zen4 cores and full overclocking support. Overclockers experimented with high-end TRX50 motherboards and with enough patience combined air coolers, liquid cooling and later liquid nitrogen, which led to numerous world records.
Note that Cinebench R23 is the latest multi-core achievement 201,501 points, as achieved by the Elmore OC team. This world record takes AMD’s TR overclocking results even further, outperforming the overclocked Intel’s flagship Xeon W9-3495X by 52% while still using less power (1600W vs 1880W).
Threadripper PRO 7995WX OC (Cinebench R23):
- Air cooling: 118,642 points
- Water cooling: 148,053 points
- LN2: 177,050 points
- AMD’s WR (October 10): 184,028 points
- ELMOR WR (Nov. 21): 201,501 pts
[ElmorLabs] Threadripper 7995WX on Cinebench R23 at 200K 6 GHz 1600W (647 views)
The CPUs will be released later today and will be available to anyone who can spare at least $1,499, the price for the entry-level TR 7960X with 24 cores. The 96-core variant, which is only part of the PRO series, will be sold for $10,000 (not including the motherboard, memory and power supply)
|AMD Ryzen Threadripper 7000 Series|
|VideoCardz.com||Cores/Themes||Main clock||Turbo clock||TDP||MSRP|
|PRO [up to 128 PCIe 5.0 Lanes, 8x DDR5-5200 Memory]|
|TR PRO 7995WX|
|TR PRO 7985WX|
|TR PRO 7975WX|
|TR PRO 7965WX|
|TR PRO 7955WX||TB|
|TR PRO 7945WX||TB|
|HOT [up to 48 PCIe 5.0 Lanes, 4x DDR5-5200 Memory]|