With the powerful AMD Ryzen Threadripper 3960X and 3970X multithreaded processors just coming out of the door, many fans were already looking forward to the release, so surely there were some broken records in a short time. Not surprisingly, therefore, Asus has shared some spectacular Threadripper 3970X benchmarking achievements, made using AMD's currently faster HEDT CPU, hoping to promote its feature-rich motherboards.
In particular, Asus highlights the features of the new ROG Zenith II Extreme TRX40 motherboard, which was powered by an AMD Ryzen Threadripper 3970X processor by various OC experts at an event today in Taiwan.
This hardware combination reached 11 major new world records, including the top-rated places in the Geekbench, Cinebench, GPUPI, and wPrime cores.
Pondering on the table, you can see Jeong Soonho, known on HWBot as safedisk, set three world records with his Threadripper 3970X, ROG Zenith II Extreme, a 1300W PSU and a Kingpin Cooling liquid nitrogen cooler.
Meanwhile, Mike Nees (AKA ‘keeph8n’) has earned six records with his custom cooling setup using the G.Skill RAM. Alex @ ro and rsannino also set new records.
Asus says the stellar results from the first day OC attempts show that ROG Zenith II Extreme is a great option "to unleash the full force of the latest third-generation Ryzen Threadripper processors."
In short, it offers sixteen TDA21472 power stages with actively cooled heatsinks, plus the class-leading platform PCIe 4.0 track count spread across a selection of M.2 and expansion slots, while utilizing the latest internal controllers. to power 10G Ethernet, USB 3.2 Gen 2 and Wi-Fi 6 – with a cherry Aura Sync RGB on top.