With AMD releasing 64 Core / 128 threaded Ryzen Threadripper 3990X processors, the high-end consumer/workstation market is finally ushering in a new heDT king. Fans chanted “AMD, YES!” for the various running scores. At the same time, overclocking enthusiasts are also trying to challenge the new record that the 3990X can achieve. According to officially disclosed parameters, the 3990X has a base frequency of 2.9GHz and a dynamic frequency of 4.3GHz.
However, a big man named TSAIK has just passed a liquid nitrogen cooling scheme that has pushed the Ryzen Threadripper 3990X to a full core 5.5GHz frequency!
You know, this is a monster-level processor with 64 physical cores and 128 threads!
TASIK is known to select the MSI (MSI) Creator TRX40 motherboard and a single 1866MHz DDR4 memory (time series 13-13-13-31).
The AMD Ryzen Threadripper 3990X is currently on the list of benchmark test software such as Cinebench R20, Geekk, and 1B, all operating at frequencies of around 5.4 to 5.5GHz.