New performance test results for the Ryzen AMD Threadripper Pro 7995WX overclocked 96-core desktop processor have appeared online. This time the chip was overclocked to a frequency of 5.2 GHz across all 96 cores using a special liquid cooling system.
Enthusiasts continue to experiment with overclocking the flagship 96-core Ryzen Threadripper Pro 7995WX workstation processor. While yesterday the American overclocker Sampson overclocked the processor to a frequency of 4.8 GHz using a huge IceGiant ProSiphon Elite air cooler, today the enthusiast published the results of overclocking the same chip using a custom LSS. This allowed us to squeeze even more performance out of the Ryzen Threadripper Pro 7995WX and once again set several new performance records in tests such as Cinebench R15, R20, R23 and Cinebench 2024. The processor also set a new performance record in the GPUPI benchmark. Below are the latest confirmed performance records for the Ryzen Threadripper Pro 7995WX:
- Cinebench R15 (frequency 5000 MHz) – 25,189 points;
- Cinebench R20 (4791 MHz) – 62,500 points;
- Cinebench R23 (4966 MHz) – 167,309 points;
- Cinebench 2024 (4825 MHz) – 8022 points;
- GPUPI 1B (Frequency 5265 MHz) – Test completed in 6 seconds and 960 milliseconds.
Let’s recall that the Ryzen Threadripper Pro 7995WX received 96 Zen 4 cores with support for 192 virtual threads. The base frequency of the processor is 2.5 GHz. In boost mode, the clock speed for a single core can be automatically increased to 5.15 GHz. The chip is equipped with 384 MB of cache memory and supports up to 128 PCIe 5.0 lanes. The incredible features of the new product mean an incredible price. The processor costs $9999.
If the overclocked Ryzen Threadripper Pro 7995WX achieved 161,259 points in the Cinebench R23 test when using an air cooler, the chip achieved a result of 167,309 points when using a liquid cooler, which corresponds to a performance increase of 4%. An overclocked liquid-cooled processor is also 67% faster than a non-overclocked chip. In tests, the power consumption of the overclocked processor was up to 1000 W, as in the first experiment. It is obvious that the next step for enthusiasts will be to try to overclock the chip with liquid nitrogen. This allows it to develop its full potential.
Below are the Cinebench R23 and Cinebench 2024 multi-thread performance test results of the Ryzen Threadripper Pro 7995WX compared to its competitors.
The highest frequency of the Ryzen Threadripper PRO 7995WX of 5265 MHz was achieved in the GPUPI test. The chip’s operating voltage was 1.42 V and the power consumption was almost 1000 W.
The experiment also used the ASUS Pro WS TRX50-Safe Wi-Fi motherboard and 128GB DDR5-6400 RAM with CL32 timings.