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AMD Threadripper 7995WX Guzzles 1,600 Watts For Its New Cinebench World Record Attempt

by Low Boon ShenNovember 23, 2023
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AMD Threadripper 7995WX Guzzles 1,600 Watts For Its New Cinebench World Record Attempt

AMD Threadripper 7995WX Guzzles 1,600 Watts For Its Cinebench World Record Attempt

Workstation CPUs, especially AMD’s Threadripper PRO lineup, are a whole different beast compared to your regular desktop Ryzen CPUs. For one, they’re largely based on the server EPYC chips, providing huge amounts of cores and expansion capabilities; and as with the tradition – the fastest chip of the bunch, the AMD Threadripper PRO 7995WX, is chosen to break world records.

Overclockers Elmor, der8auer, and Shamino have teamed up to tame this beast, which is used to break the Cinebench world record (once again). Its 96 Zen 4 cores provide the most compute power available, and it’s paired with liquid nitrogen (LN2) cooling this time around after previous record runs were made on air and liquid cooling.

The CPU world record for Cinebench R23 is clocked at a staggering 201,501 points with the 6.0GHz overclocked 7995WX, and to put that number into perspective – the stock Intel Core i9-14900K is just shy of 40,000 points at full bore. This broke the previous record held by Intel Xeon W9-3495X earlier this year by a huge 52% margin, and more amazingly, the AMD chip manages to consume less power to do so (1600W vs. 1880W peak).

With that, AMD continues to reign supreme in the workstation CPU overclocking records, and by the looks of it, looks like that record is not going away anytime soon.

Source: Videocardz

Pokdepinion: It’s pretty much total domination from Team Red at this point. 

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