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AMD just won a lot of brownie points from me. That was really cool of them. Did they give you any news about the 880K? Lol.

No, unfortunately. I went on their chat service and explained what happened and they issued me an RMA right there with no problems. It will be nice to have that little guy back in action.
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1.55v for 24/7. Bench it much higher though biggrin.gif

1.55v set in bios, or under load?
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1.55v set in bios, or under load?

Looking over some of my past bench submissions it was 1.52v (for 4500MHz) on CPU-Z during the validation just after the benchmarks. Probably something like 1.57v was dialed in BIOS, but that was on exceptionally cold winter days. In order for me to bench that high this summer I needed 1.65v (in CPU-Z). My CPU is extremely sensitive to cold ~
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Sup guys, so I was bored and had some free time. I wrote up a very rough approximation of temperatures based on:

1) Max operating temp (7850K, 72.4c)
2) Idle temp (motherboard bios reading)
3) thermal margin (range is 70 to 0)

Assuming 0 thermal margin is the max operating temp of 72.4 where the CPU throttles and 70 thermal margin where CPU idles at ~38c in bios. In the max/min number, I cut out the decimals, so it's a whole number of 72 and 38.

Thermal margin is on the left, and temperature is on the right.
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Man, I just tried doing a mild overclock on my 7700K just to see what it would do. What a pancake. 1.58V just to boot Windows at 4.0ghz. This is the single worst overclocking chip I have ever owned, bar none.
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Is that the chip you got as a replacement for your 860k?
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Is that the chip you got as a replacement for your 860k?

No I bought it to test my UP4 and A88X-Pro along with the DDR3 RAM kits last time I was at microcenter after the 860K... had complications. I got it on sale for $69.99 I think it was so it seems like a good deal at the time. iGPU doesn't overclock for crap either, starts hard locking at the next step up from stock which is 800mhz. 7700K is such a turd lol.
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Does anyone know if there is likely to be any upgrade path from the 860k due out in the near future?
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Does anyone know if there is likely to be any upgrade path from the 860k due out in the near future?

870K and 880K have been announced already.... but should not be a big upgrade for overclockers (same architecture) , except if they use soldered TIM on one of these...

I think more interesting may be DirectX12 and it's ability to use different GPU architectures in parallel. If it works one day it may be interesting to go back to one APU for gaming...
( I hope AMD will make it work at least for AMD APU + AMD GPU).
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I'd be interested in going up to a 880K just so I can hit 4.5 for the i5-4460 equivalency. Then again, Zen is coming out and I don't forsee needing an upgrade once I get the mainstream CPU (4C+4HT).
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