AMD Ryzen Threadripper Pro 7995WX 96-core CPU benchmark leak: Extremely impressive!

AMD’s most powerful Ryzen Threadripper Pro CPU platform, the 7995WX is coming. And the much-awaited benchmark results of this chip have also just been revealed, giving the first overview of a real “monster” that “Red Team” is cherishing.

Specifically, the latest series of leaks related to the benchmark results of the AMD Ryzen Threadripper Pro 7995WX processor on Geekbench. This chip is basically part of the new HEDT-Workstation Zen 4 CPU family, and is expected to officially launch later this year on the Storm Peak platform. The leaked version 7995WX was tested with the Geekbench 5 rating scale on the HP Z6 G5 A Workstation model equipped with 512GB of DDR4 DRAM.

In terms of specifications, the AMD Ryzen Threadripper PRO 7995WX has up to 96 cores, 192 threads and a clock speed of about 5.15 GHz (falsely reported in Geekbench as 7+ GHz. The CPU comes with 384MB of memory. L3 cache, 96MB of L2 cache and is expected to run at a maximum TDP of 350W.

In terms of performance, the Ryzen Threadripper PRO 7995WX scored 2095 points in the single-core tests, which is on par with the Ryzen 7000 CPU clocked at 5.1 GHz. However, the new multi-core performance is amazing. This chip scored up to 81,408 points in the multi-threaded performance benchmark, which is up to 70% better than the fastest Threadripper Pro 5995WX overclocked to 4.35 GHz on all cores using custom liquid cooling, which “only” scored 48,025 points. If you compare a stock chip, the difference in performance will be much larger – very impressive indeed.

READ:  X (Twitter) lowers ad revenue sharing program requirements with creators

It can be easily seen that a 50% increase in core count and a 20% increase in clock speed are the main contributing factors to such a large performance increase on the Ryzen Threadripper PRO 7995WX. Several other chip models were also used to compare with the leaked benchmark of 7995WX. The results show that AMD’s chip even beats the forte aspects of all previous and current generation Xeon/Threadripper processors, through the use of powerful cooling options. as powerful as water-loops and LN2. Maybe it’s only a matter of time before the 100K multi-threaded performance milestone is broken in Geekbench 5.

As planned, the next generation AMD Ryzen Threadripper 7000 “Storm Peak” CPU series is expected to take place at the end of 2023. The price and opening time have not been revealed yet, but it is all a matter of time. .