This is one and a half times faster than the overclocked Xeon W9-3495X
The monstrous 96-core Threadripper Pro 7995WX processor continues to tear old records to shreds. As soon as we had time to talk about 1.1 million points in 7zip and 184,000 in Cinebench R23, the processor immediately reached a completely different height: more than 200,000 points in Cinebench R23!
More precisely, the result was 201,501 points. The Elmor OC team, which set the record, used liquid nitrogen and overclocked the CPU to 6 GHz.
At the same time, the processor consumed a monstrous 1.58 kW, however, at one time the Xeon W9-3495X showed a much lower result, consuming almost 1.9 kW.
It is likely that many records will still be achieved with the participation of the Threadripper Pro 7995WX. But whether Intel will be able to release something of the same level in this segment in the coming years is still an open question. The upcoming Xeon Scalable Emerald Rapids generation will not offer a significant increase in the number of cores, nor any completely new architecture.