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AMD Ryzen 7950X CPU is already breaking records, and without exotic cooling


AMD’s incoming Zen 4 flagship has already broken CPU world records using standard liquid cooling, outperforming previous records that have used exotic cooling (like liquid nitrogen or similar).

The Ryzen 7950X set the records for the rankings on HWBOT, with two overclocking experts – Sampson and Blueleader – achieving four new all-time highs using just a Corsair H115i all-in-one liquid cooler (with the 7950X running in a number of different X670E high-end motherboards).

The specific world records set were in Cinebench R15, R20, R23 and 7-Zip, as Hot Hardware (opens in new tab) reports (via VideoCardz (opens in new tab)), with the likes of Splave losing the top spot in these rankings as a result.

What’s also notable is that the 7950X, which is a 16-core processor, hit 5.4GHz to 5.5GHz boost speeds across all cores in this testing, with temperatures ranging from 87C to 108C – and power ...


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