Overclocked Threadripper PRO 7995WX Can Score 184K Cinebench R23 Points According To AMD

QuasarZone attended a press event last month where they viewed a slide showcasing AMD’s claims about the potential scores of the Threadripper PRO 7995WX. At the time, the existing world record was 147,668 points, achieved on a dual EPYC platform with 192 cores. AMD demonstrated during the event that the Threadripper PRO 7995WX, equipped with 96 Zen4 cores, could potentially surpass this with a score of 148,000 points.

The AMD Overclocking Team showcased two world records using air/vapor chamber cooling initially and later transitioning to liquid cooling, achieving impressive scores of 161,000 and 167,000 respectively. Throughout these tests, the Zen4-based CPU registered temperatures exceeding 106°C and consumed 985W of power, coming close to the 1000W limit set by the AMD Ryzen Master software.


In the October event, AMD claimed that their CPU could attain greater performance, suggesting a potential of reaching 184,028 points in the Cinebench R23 multi-core test, possibly through the utilization of liquid nitrogen or other advanced cooling techniques. It’s important to note that this achievement hasn’t been officially verified, and as of now, there is no submission on the HWBOT website.

Reviewers indicate that the 96-core Threadripper PRO 7995WX achieves a score of 118,000 points with an air cooler, 148,000 points with water cooling, and an impressive 177,000 points with liquid nitrogen. However, it’s worth noting that these values, shared by the Japanese publication MyNavi, were not successfully replicated by them.

Extreme overclocking endeavors with this pricey processor are likely to be pursued solely by overclockers and reviewers. The SKU, priced at a staggering $9,999, is set to be available on shelves starting today. It’s noteworthy that there are only a limited number of reviews currently accessible for this specific CPU.

Via QuasarZone