AMD Ryzen 7000 series processors are not yet on the market, and are already actively setting new records in different berchmarks, as reflected in HWBot ratings. Earlier this week, four records were reported by Ryzen 97950X using liquid cooling, and now Tomx Hardware writes that some of these records were exceeded by Ryzen 97950X and liquid nitrogen.
To begin with, Ryzen 97950X, with a liquid cooling system, Corsair H115i, with a 280-mm enthusiast radiator, was able to disperse all 16 kernels to 5.35 to 5.5 GHz. This allowed for the updating of records for 16 nuclear processors in multiple-tests such as Cinebench R23, Cinebench R20 and Cinebench R15, as well as in a 7-Zip archive test.
Now the AMD Ryzen 97950X flagship has been further dispersed, but in extreme conditions using liquid nitrogen. In the Cinebench R23 multi-track test, the AMD processor has been dispersed to 6.45 GHz and reached a result of 48,235 and this is 16.2% higher than the maximum result achieved by Core i9-12900KS, also in the run-off with liquid nitrogen.
In turn, in the Cinebench R20 test, the Ryzen 97950X processor was dispersed to 6.5 GHz and thus achieved a result of 18605 points, 15.8% higher than the previous best result achieved by the liquid nitrogen cooling processors.
Let's note that we're looking forward to many more updates of the records in the near future, as usual with the release of a new generation of processors. The release of the Ryzen 7,000 will take place on September 27, and in the second half of October, the Intel Core 13th generation processors, which will also fight for new HWBot ratings.