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ASUS ROG Zenith II Extreme Breaks Records

By TG

ASUS ROG Zenith II Extreme

ASUS Republic of Gamers (ROG) has received record breaking results from overclockers using the ROG Zenith II motherboard. Proving that the AMD Ryzen Threadripper 3970X processor is the new leader in 32-core performance. Leveraging the massive power of the Zenith II Extreme, hardcore overclockers were able to shatter a variety of benchmark records at CPU clock speeds over 5500 MHz on all cores.

Jeong Soonho, known on HWBot as “safedisk”, hooked up his Zenith II Extreme with an Antec 1300W PSU and a liquid nitrogen cooler from Kingpin Cooling. He smashed three of the most envied records: Geekbench 3, Cinebench R15 and GPUPI for CPU 1B. Mike Nees (a.k.a. “keeph8n”) knocked over no less than six different records. This includes the top benchmarks for Geekbench 4 Multi Core, 3DMark 11 Physics and both the GPUPI 3.3 1B and GPUPI 3.3 100M categories. Alexandru Nedelcu from Romania (“[email protected]”) took the HWBot x264 1080p rendering category after winning the G.Skill OC World Cup 2019 previously this year. Roberto Sannino (“rsannino”) cranked his CPU to 5579 MHz and his Galax Hall of Fame DIMMs over 4000 MHz to shred the wPrime 1024M test in just over 14 seconds.

Overclocker Category* Score**
Jeong Soonho Geekbench 3 – Multi Core 185114 pts
Jeong Soonho Cinebench – R15 10672 pts
Jeong Soonho GPUPI for CPU – 1B 31.067 sec
Mike Nees Geekbench 4 – Multi Core 62483 pts
Mike Nees Cinebench – 2003 6184 pts
Mike Nees GPUPI for CPU – 100M 2.874 sec
Mike Nees GPUPI v3.3 – 1B 37.747 sec
Mike Nees GPUPI v3.3 – 100M 2.838 sec
Mike Nees 3DMark11 Physics 20074 pts
Alexandru Nedelcu HWBot x265 Benchmark – 1080p 290.214 fps
Robert Sannino wPrime – 1024m 14.154 sec

* All records are in the 32-core class of their category.
** Scores were tracked at 2019-11-26 07:00 GMT.

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