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- Extreme League

2635 cb with AMD Ryzen 7 2700X at 5737.6MHz

Ranking position

675th

WR Rank:

675th out of 4271

81st

Global 8x CPU rank:

81st out of 1039

1st

Ryzen 7 2700X rank:

Cup Gold 1st out of 82

Points earned for overclocker league

Points earned for team league

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Cinebench - R15 screenshot
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Hardware details

CPU details

  • Model: AMD Ryzen 7 2700X 'Pinnacle Ridge'
  • Cooling: Liquid Nitrogen
  • Speed: 5,737.62MHz (+55.07%)
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  • Speed: MHz / MHz (Stock)

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Recent Comments

Italy Hardware_Numb3rs commented on his own score:

New WR :)

Czech Republic davestarrr says:

good work man

Australia unityofsaints says:

*hardware first place

United States Kithylin says:

Congrats!

United States AutisticChris says:

Amazing score and chip, congrats!

Russian Federation Ananerbe says:

Nice!

FlanK3r says:

Awesome! Finally someone better than Romans old score :)

Finland Jokot says:

Will be interesting to see scores with T-rex!

United Kingdom Jumper118 says:

great effort

Italy ale belo says:

Great score!very good job

Italy Hardware_Numb3rs says:

Thanks! Next week I'm going to retry with the Trex,I already got a 2642 after this screen, but crashed with the screenshot, this was after 3 hours of benching, I had the memories a bit wet plus the pot not not holding the load, hope to score something around 2645/2650.

France arrobaz says:

Hi! What have you done with the memory to get these timings? Low frequency I assume. I am learning about ram overclock since I know AMD CPU's are very sensitive to it. I thought highest frequency first then timing tuning but apparently I am wrong.

Italy Hardware_Numb3rs says:

20 hours ago, arrobaz said:

Hi! What have you done with the memory to get these timings? Low frequency I assume. I am learning about ram overclock since I know AMD CPU's are very sensitive to it. I thought highest frequency first then timing tuning but apparently I am wrong.

The problem with Ryzens is max memory frequency, the IMC struggle to get higher as intel, but on the contrary it loves low timings, C11 or C10 is the best way to avoid being bottlenecked by the RAM frequency 

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