The processors Ryzen Threadripper Pro of the series 5000WXdesigned for workstations and direct rivals of Intel Xeon Ware based onZen architecture 3offering a 19% IPC improvement over previous generation Threadripper Pro, which still used Zen 2 cores. The flagship model, Threadripper Pro 5995WXwith 64 cores And 128 threadscertainly provides high computing power for professionals and recently hit a new record in Cinebench R23.
In fact, as reported by HXLthe well-known overclocker TSAIK brought the processor up to frequency of 5.15GHz thanks to a liquid nitrogen cooling system. This allowed the CPU to score well 116,142 points in Cinebench R23 multicore testeffectively establishing the world record current and surpassing the previous title holder, Splave with its 64-core Ryzen Threadripper 3990X at 5.23GHz, by 10%.
The configuration used included, in addition to the Ryzen Threadripper Pro 5995WX, the motherboard MSI WS WRX80 And 128GB of Corsair Vengeance DDR4-3200 RAM with timings set to 14-14-14-32. As this is the only entry in the HWBot database, there may still be some room for even better results in the future.
Recently, we told you about Noise Suppression, a new technology from AMD that proposes itself as a direct rival to NVIDIA’s RTX Voice and which takes care of improving audio communications by intelligently reducing unwanted background noise. Apparently, it is possible to activate this option even on older GPUs than those indicated as compatible directly by the parent company thanks to modified drivers. Find more details in our previous dedicated news.