AMD Ryzen Threadripper PRO 5995WX split to 5.15 GHz for all 64 kernels and updated the Cinebench R23 absolute record

AMD Ryzen Threadripper PRO 5995WX split to 5.15 GHz for all 64 kernels and updated the Cinebench R23

All experiments to increase the productivity of processors designed for professional use are complicated by the lack of compatible motherboards that support a decent level of acceleration. MSI companies created WS WRX80 maternity fees by overtaking the AMD Ryzen Threadripper PRO 5995WX processor to 5150 MHz.

Let's not forget that this processor has 64 nuclei and 128 streams, and the gold rule of boosting in a way consistent with the Russian proverb of the ratio of the number of female women on the goose and the reception of the mare is the smaller the active kernel, the higher the maximum frequency of stable operation achieved. For the AMD Ryzen Threadripper PRO 5995WX model, the 5150 MHz achieved is an excellent result, although single processor kernels are capable of achieving a frequency of 4.5 GHz without any precipitation from the point of view of cooling. To force all 64 kernels and 128 streams to work at 5.15 GHz, the Taiwanian enthusiast TSAIK had to use a liquid nitrogen container to cool the processor.

All eight DDR4-3200 operating memory slots were used in the mother ' s fee, reaching a total of 128 Gbytes. In the Cinebench R23 test, the system received a score of 116,142, which is a new absolute world record and only a fourth in total, exceeding the 100,000-point barrier. The previous record was exceeded by over 10,000 points, and given the specifics of the organization of such experiments, it is not necessary to update the record to new values in the near future.