Although the Ryzen 97950X processor will not be available until next week, some overclothes have already acquired CPU data and have even distinguished themselves from the record results of 16 nuclear processors in several synthetic tests, and even more interestingly, they did not need extreme cooling.
Sampson and blueleader enthusiasts updated the record with a hot Ryzen 9795X for 16 nuclear processors in Cinebench R23, Cinebench R20, Cinebench R15 and 7-Zip. They forced the processor to operate at a frequency of between 5.35 and 5.5 GHz for all 16 kernels, depending on the test.
As a result, the Ryzen 97950X processor at 5.4 GHz scored 40498 points in the Cinebench R23 multi-track test, thus ahead of the previous record-keeper Core i9-129000KS. The latter required cooling with liquid nitrogen and accelerating to 7 GHz. Now it will be very interesting to see what result Ryzen 97950X will provide with extreme cooling.
In Cinebench R20, the new AMD flagship at 5.35 GHz showed a result of 15771 points, thus exceeding the 6 GHz under liquid nitrogen chip Ryzen 95950X. And in Cinebench R15 the newer raced to 5.5 GHz and scored 6,900 points — the previous record also belonged to Ryzen 25950X, which was spread under liquid nitrogen to 6 GHz.
Finally, the 7-Zip record was updated, where Ryzen 97950X at 5.45 GHz showed a result of 228922 MIPS.