Ryzen 9 7950X Overclocked to 6.7 GHz Crushes Cinebench R23 with Over 50K nT Score


The world-records set by those with access to AMD Ryzen 9 7950X “Zen 4” 16-core/32-thread processors, keep tumbling in. The latest such is a Cinebench R23 nT score of a stunning 50395 points. This was achieved with a 6.70 GHz overclock under extreme cooling using an LN2 evaporator. Another feat from the same source sees a 6.45 GHz all-core overclock under extreme cooling, which yields an impressive 48235 points in the same test. Both feats come from Sampson, who’s been leading HWBot charts under the AMD Overclocking team.

The highest known/leaked Cinebench R23 score yielded with a Core i9-13900K “Raptor Lake” sample so far, is 40616 points, although serious official OC feats with the processor are yet to start. The Intel chip is already in the news for an 8 GHz frequency record. Any attempt to take the crown from the 7950X will involve pushing the 8 P-cores to insane frequencies, but then it will boil down to the 16 E-cores, and just how far those can be pushed. The highest post-launch CB R23 score obtained on a current-gen i9-12900K is 26299, and for the 5950X this is 26291.


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