Overclocked to 6.7 GHz, AMD's Ryzen 9 7950X achieves a 50K result in Cinebench R23.

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  1. Hilbert Hagedoorn

    Hilbert Hagedoorn Don Vito Corleone Staff Member

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    fry178 Ancient Guru

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    While its nice to see an AMD cpu able to do so,
    still sounds like that "1500 HP lambo", thats not street legal.

    show me something, that wont require me to talk to NASA for cooling solutions.
     
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    Valken Ancient Guru

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    If this CPU can turbo up to 6 GHZ on AIR then it will be of crazy value but I doubt it. Even if it can, the heat output should be bottled up for the upcoming EU's winter.

    Not for those in the Global South.
     
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    Too sad it max OC all cores on air (until now) 5.4 GHz, and apparently it can't easily exceed 5.7GHz on single core .
     

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    AMD recommends an AIO minimum for these, so it's extremely unlikely.
     
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    New tech is not for the average consumer anymore. I feel like the battle of who has the fastest with less efficiency is what AMD and Intel are doing now.

    Going to need a 1200-watt to run a 7950x and 4090 I wonder what that will also add to your electricity bill because the cost to run a gaming pc will def start to add up now.
     

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