Latest tests show AMD's Ryzen 9 5900X running stably at 4.82 GHz on all cores coupled with DDR4-3933 RAM
The creator of the highly acclaimed CTR overclocking tool for Ryzen processors just posted that he managed to run the new Ryzen 9 5900X processor at 4.82 GHz on all cores along with DDR4-3932 C14 RAM (1966 FLCK) and also included some Cinebench R20 results to show that the processor was running stably. From what we have seen in other reviews, it is a bit tricky to get all cores to run above 4.7 GHz, and memories clocked at above 4 GHz also tend to crash the system. However, Yuri Bubliy might have worked some CTR magic on his Ryzen 9 5900X sample. He has yet to confirm this.
Compared to the results recorded by the guys over at ComputerBase, who managed to score 8683 points in Cinebench R20 Multi with a PBO Ryzen 9 5900X, Bubliy managed to push the processor to score 9379 points. Bubliy further mentions that the CPU is cooled via a custom water block. Bubliy also posted results for the AIDA64 memory benchmark, and the the DDR4-3933 kit was able to score reading speeds of 61219 MB/s, writing speeds of 61022 MB/s, and copy speeds of 56287 MB/s, with a latency of 52.7 ns. Additionally, this test mentions that the CPU was installed on an MSI MPG B550 Gaming Carbon WiFi motherboard.
We are hoping that Bubliy will soon release an updated CTR version with expanded support for the new Ryzen 5000 CPUs.