Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) has launched its Threadripper 7000 setup of processors, aimed at delivering all the performance needed for high-end computing. Team Blue’s competing CPU (Intel Xeon) currently doesn’t even come close to how powerful AMD’s new one is Threadripper Pro 7995WX is. In a new benchmark score that shocked us all, the AMD 7995WX has broken the Cinebench R23 world record!
Ryzen Threadripper Pro 7995WX is built on a 5nm manufacturing process, with a maximum boost clock of 5.10 GHz. The standard TDP is 350W, but of course the chip is unlocked for overclocking. It has a staggering 96 cores And 192 threads, one of AMD’s flagship HEDT CPUs. With overclocking, many have broken the barrier and taken it one step further.
Today, Elmor Labs has shared their overclocking results with AMD’s Ryzen Threadripper Pro 7995WX. The score they achieved is 201,501 pointsand the benchmark is completed much too fast. It was faster than anything I’ve ever seen. This also shows how insignificant Cinebench R23 becomes for AMD’s new Threadrippper 7000 high-end desktop CPU!
The world record has been broken for both the older Cinebench R23 and the latest Cinebench 2024 benchmark. These are synthetic tests, and to give you an idea of how powerful the AMD Ryzen Threadripper Pro 7995WX that is, it already achieves ~100,000 points in the Cinebench R23 multi-core benchmarks (on the stock clocks).
This above score was made possible by overclocking with LN2 (liquid nitrogen), to show off the chip’s full potential. They could push it towards them 6.0GHzand power consumption peaked at ~1600W. This is truly an astonishing achievement and shows just how capable a desktop processor is available to consumers (albeit very expensive).
Compared to normal CPUs – the Intel Core i9-14900K, which we reviewed, scored 38,571 points in Cinebench R23. This result was obviously less than 300W. At AMD’s press day for the Ryzen Threadripper 7000, they broke several world records using air and water cooling. Quasar zone shared the image below taken at the AMD event. It shows comparison results with previously held world records (as of October 10, 2023). The Intel Xeon W9 3495X is also mentioned, but everything was surpassed by the new Threadripper. A truly monstrous high-end desktop processor from AMD!
Note that AMD’s comparison is also via overclocking, albeit with conventional high-performance cooling solutions (air/water) and not liquid nitrogen. The Threadripper 7000 series is definitely impressive, and despite the cost, it will be popular among those who want require the best performance, no matter what.
Would you consider buying the AMD Ryzen Threadripper series? What do you think of these scores and insane overclocking results on the Threadripper Pro 7995WX? Let us know in the comments below.