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1 AMD Ryzen Threadripper 2990WX CPU and the AMD Ryzen OC team achieved the highest benchmark score in the single socket desktop CPU category in the following benchmarks:
- Cinebench R15 with Ryzen CPU at 5100MHz, score 7618 (previous single socket record at the time of the event was 5828 as per hwbot.org 18-core Cinebench R15 ranking ( http://hwbot.org/submission/3738239_splave_cinebench___r15_core_i9_7980xe_5828_cb)
- AMD Ryzen Threadripper 2990WX 32/64T CPU
- ASUS ROG ZENITH EXTREME X399 motherboard
- 4x8GB Gskill DDR4-3200 memory (running at DDR4-3400 CL16-16-16-36)
- AMD Radeon RX 460 Graphics Card
- Liquid Nitrogen CPU cooling, -196C
- 512GB M2 NVME drive
- 1600W Power Supply
2 Overclocking AMD processors, including without limitation, altering clock frequencies / multipliers or memory timing / voltage, to operate beyond their stock specifications will void any applicable AMD product warranty, even when such overclocking is enabled via AMD hardware and/or software. This may also void warranties offered by the system manufacturer or retailer. Users assume all risks and liabilities that may arise out of overclocking AMD processors, including, without limitation, failure of or damage to hardware, reduced system performance and/or data loss, corruption or vulnerability. GD-106