AMD’s new 2990WX is the world’s fastest consumer processor, and it overclocks to 6GHz across all 32 cores and 64 threads.The amd threadripper 3990x is a high-end, multi-core processor with 64 threads. It is able to run at an overclocked speed of 6GHz across all 32 cores and 64 threads.
Ivan Cupa, an Indonesian overclocker, has established a new world record by clocking the AMD Ryzen Threadripper 2990WX CPU at 5.9554 GHz across all 32 cores and 64 threads. This was accomplished with the help of an MSI MEG X399 motherboard, a Corsair 1.5KW power supply, and a significant quantity of liquid nitrogen for temperature control.
However, the Ryzen Master tool claims that the processor is 1.45 volts, but WCCFTech questions this since the CPU-Z report contradicts this. There have also been other overclockers who have come close to matching Ivan’s clock frequency record. Lucky Noob (real name Alva Jonathan), a well-known overclocker, overclocked the 2990WX to 5.4GHz over 32 cores.
BenchBro’s had previously held the world record, but that title was taken away from him after overclocker Sampson revealed the best performance rating of Ryzen Threadripper 2990WX, scoring 8532 points at 5.367 clock frequency across all 32 cores in Cinebench R15. Even Intel’s 28 cores, 56 threads CPU showcase, which earned just 7334 points in the same test, couldn’t match this performance.
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The AMD Ryzen Threadripper 2990WX CPU is now widely acknowledged to be quicker than Intel’s yet-to-be-released 5GHz chip. What are your thoughts on AMD’s high-performance chip?
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