AMD R9 7950X set a new world record for running points

AMD Ryzen 9 7950X CPU will be available next week, and at this time AMD has already revealed some of the processor's benchmark results, and the results show that it successfully broke the four benchmark test platforms. world record.

  • Cinebench R23: 40498 points, 5.40GHz ASRock X670E Taichi 32GB Kingston DDR5
  • Cinebench R20: 15771 points, 5.35GHz GIGABYTE X670E AORUS Master 32GB G.SKILL DDR5
  • Cinebench R15: 6900 points, 5.50GHz ASUS ROG Crosshair X670E Hero 16GB G.SKILL DDR5
  • 7-Zip : 228,992 MIPS, 5.45GHz MSI MEG X670E ACE 32GB Corsair DDR5

HotHardware got this data from the AMD XOC team, who tested it with the base AIO 280mm water-cooled radiator (Corsair H115i), all-core up to 5.5GHz, better than the all-core 6.0GHz R9 5950X Stronger, successfully broke the previous world record and won the top spot in the running points.

The data shows that at this time, the temperature of all cores of AMD Ryzen 9 7950X is between 87°C and 108°C, and it is running at the maximum power of 226W to 244W, which is within the maximum allowable range of the AM5 socket, but if you want to use it for a long time To maintain this performance, it is still recommended that you use a better water-cooled radiator. It is expected that there will be a new record of using liquid nitrogen overclocking after the new product goes on sale.

The results show that compared with the Zen 3 architecture, the IPC of the new R9 7950X is improved by about 13-14%, and the heat accumulation problem is still difficult to cure.

When AMD released its Zen 4-based Ryzen 7000 series processors in August, it announced that the 16-core flagship Ryzen 9 7950X peaked at 5.7 GHz and could even reach 5.85 GHz with Precision Boost Overdrive, But this only works with two cores.

It is worth mentioning that @TUM_APISAK previously released a test result of 39.5°C (frequency slightly below 5.8 GHz), but he did not submit this record, which means that he either used exaggerated thermal specifications or found It is not clear whether the stable operation can be guaranteed in this case.

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