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Lol someone needs to drink their coffee and get their panties out of a wad. rolleyes.gifrolleyes.gif
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Lol someone needs to drink their coffee and get their panties out of a wad. rolleyes.gifrolleyes.gif

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For a pure gaming rig, shouldn't you have picked a Skylake then? biggrin.gif
I've been on quad core since 2008 so I simply wanted something different. In addition I'm hoping that DX12 will bring significant improvements to multicore utilization in games. Maybe 6700K would've been more rational choice for gaming, especially since Z170 boards are much cheaper than X99 ones. There isn't a massive difference between Haswell and Skylake IPC wise so I guess you can't go wrong either way.
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Moar Cores!
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you have a good chip , i could do ta 4.6ghz at 1.3v with my seidon push-pull tested with real bench and max temps was 77 on 2 cores. Now i am at 4.2 at 1.150-1.168 (my voltage bumps only at 1.150 even in manual mode maybe a bug?) , there is a thick wall until 1.2V . With the custom loop i will have way lower temps with the 360mm rad thats why i was asking if i could go a little higher about 1.35v.
post #16966 of 21934
hello:)

Couple days ago I bought this CPU and noticed something strange around hole in ihs. It's not flat.






I have contacted with Intel support, and they tell me, that this is normal. So I inspected 3 CPU's in diffrent shops and they have the same issue.

My friend have the same cpu (probably different batch) and his is flat.
Reason to worry?

sorry because of my bad english:/
Edited by hatman - 2/8/16 at 11:15am
post #16967 of 21934
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I have contacted with Intel support, and they tell me, that this is normal.

You're fine. If it dies prematurely, you've got a valid reason for RMA (warranty replacement). If Intel say it's OK (and you have evidence of that), then you're fine.
post #16968 of 21934
Have you seen this before?

I'm little worried that this lift base of my cooler a little and will affect temperatures. Another thing is that I have only 1 year warranty.
RMA is not possible, only warranty and it will take some time (and Intel says it's ok)
post #16969 of 21934
Reminds me of a Cut-Out on an album cover.

Seems to be pretty common, but I don't really agree that it's a vent to allow gases to escape during glue curing - the 5820 is soldered, right?
Edited by GnarlyCharlie - 2/8/16 at 11:33am
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post #16970 of 21934
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Originally Posted by GnarlyCharlie View Post

Reminds me of a Cut-Out on an album cover.

Seems to be pretty common, but I don't really agree that it's a vent to allow gases to escape during glue curing - the 5820 is soldered, right?

I'm not talking about the hole. It is normal thing - You should know because You have I7-5960X;)
I'm worried about the raised surface around.
Edited by hatman - 2/8/16 at 11:51am
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