128 threads and 5150 MHz, that’s all it took for the new Cinebench R23 world record


It took a bold experimenter and an AMD Threadripper Pro 5995WX to achieve the new world record.

It’s really sad that the price of AMD Threadripper processors has skyrocketed, making them completely out of reach for ordinary mortals. However, many people would certainly push the limits of CPUs, as a daring overclocker did, who quickly broke one of the Cinebench world records.

Of course, this required liquid nitrogen cooling, and an AMD Ryzen Threadripper Pro 5995WX, which costs approximately HUF 3 million.

The fanatic known as TSAIK signed up to the Cinebench R23 multi-core measurement ranking list with 116,142 points, which immediately qualified him for first place.

The previous record was set last August by blueleader, who needed 2 Epyc 7763s, also from AMD, for a score of 113,566.

The 5995WX model is currently the biggest and sickest processor in the AMD Threadripper range, which was previously aimed at hardcore users besieging the top of the PC Master Race pyramid. Unfortunately, this is less true nowadays, as the price of Threadrippers has skyrocketed, the 5995WX, for example, is hardly available, and where it appears, you have to pay roughly HUF three million for it.

Of course, the price tag is not completely unreasonable, because the 5995WX has 64 Zen 3 cores, which means 128 threads, and the boost clock is no less than 4.5 GHz. This in itself is a very strong competitor in the multi-core tests, but TSAIK overclocked the All Core clock to 5150 MHz thanks to liquid nitrogen cooling.

In single-core measurements, it could probably show even rougher results, since the best-performing cores can be selected separately, but here it is necessary to synchronize all elements, so the 650 MHz improvement is a very nice result.

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Source: PC World Online Hírek by pcworld.hu.

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