The Threadripper continues to accumulate titles with impressive HWzone notes

The Threadripper continues to accumulate titles with impressive speeds

The supernatural processor of 16 's cores Proves that he can reach great speeds even when they are all active

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Products of the Threadripper family of We are starting to reach the hands of lucky first consumers around the world, and alongside initial and solemn reviews, we are getting very interesting information about being able to push them to the limit - and breaking potential highs in tests. in process.

It starts with a RADIT user who has published results from a fairly successful conversion of the Threadripper 1950X processor, with Massive triangular CCT from Thermaltalke's Water 3.0 series, which brought all 16 processing cores of the unit to 4GHz and even 4.1GHz, compared to a basic 3.4GHz frequency - sufficiently stable to perform tests And examine their upgraded power.

Reach a basic 4GHz working frequency with a medium Conventional (relative) voltage Quite likely the 1.25 Volt's achievement is hard to ignore

At almost 4GHz working speed, it received 3,337 score points on the multi-core cinebench R15 test, higher than any official result of the Intel Core i9-7900X (which only includes 10 processing cores but also the same price tag as the Threadripper ), Whereas at a frequency close to 4.1GHz, a general result of 58,391 was also obtained in the Geekbench 4 test, which reminds us that the X- There is still a long way to go before it can be declared that they have stuck the pace to the ".

It would be interesting to examine the effect of Such as on real world applications

Not enough for you? A fast-paced professional who belongs to a team called Lab501 used the 1950X processor along with exotic liquid nitrogen cooling to reach an even crazier 5.2GHz (!) Working frequency for all of his 16 cores of course - which also allowed him to score huge 4,122 points in -Cinebench R15. While this is not a world record for processors with 16 cores (there are already a number of future Core i9-7960X results approaching 5,000 points, According to HWbot), But it is still quite impressive and makes it clear for the umpteenth time that the technological and engineering differences between Intel and Have narrowed immeasurably in the current generation.

A great result in the synthetic test - and thanks to the liquid nitrogen tanks that never let us down

What are the speeds, surprises and highs we expect in the next few months with the processors?-X, the, God- And the EPYC? It seems that only the sky is the limit here, and we will continue to update you all.


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