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Are there really that many 4790K CPUs that can't run stable at 4.8? Honestly I was under the impression that a chip that couldn't clock in around there was the odd ball. Hell I thought my 4790K that I can only get stable at 5.0 with more than 1.4v was a bit of a dud tbh, Although if I really tweaked the hell out of it and dropped my ram speeds down it may be possible, but I'm too lazy for that.
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Are there really that many 4790K CPUs that can't run stable at 4.8? Honestly I was under the impression that a chip that couldn't clock in around there was the odd ball. Hell I thought my 4790K that I can only get stable at 5.0 with more than 1.4v was a bit of a dud tbh, Although if I really tweaked the hell out of it and dropped my ram speeds down it may be possible, but I'm too lazy for that.

asus did some testing at launch, less than 20% do 4.8 afaik.
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asus did some testing at launch, less than 20% do 4.8 afaik.

I believe that was with 4770k's. The 4790k seems to be doing a bit better but 4.8 is still above average. It would beat the heck out of my dud 4770k. 4.5@1.41 is the best I can do gaming/ handbrake encoding. 4.6 takes 1.5v with hyperthreading turned off.
    
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Sounds like an awesome site.

I like some good silicon, but i'm interested on the other side of the spectrum: undervolting.

For me, I just like to see my things running as cool and quiet as possible. I'm already satisfied with the stock performance of modern processors because they are good for pretty much 99% of what I can make them do.

I'm about to pick up an i3 4330 and I hope I can get it below 1v when i'm done. The lack of Turbo Boost probably will make this easier.

By the way, are you guys going to sell CPUs binned for lower leakage? Also, if it isn't a trade secret, what do you guys use to test for stability?
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Too bad you don't ship to Norway...
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Too bad you don't ship to Norway...

Just send them a pm, they also ship to some country's that aren't listed.
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I believe that was with 4770k's. The 4790k seems to be doing a bit better but 4.8 is still above average. It would beat the heck out of my dud 4770k. 4.5@1.41 is the best I can do gaming/ handbrake encoding. 4.6 takes 1.5v with hyperthreading turned off.

Do you run it 24/7 at 1.41v?
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Do you run it 24/7 at 1.41v?

I would guess 6-8 hours a day on average for the last 15 months. I was running higher voltage for the first 6 months until I realized it doesn't need more than that daily. I bought it from microcenter for 199 and the board for 89 when they had a special so it won't bother me much if it dies. I still have my 3570k that does 4.6 as a backup.
    
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anyone here can read a minidump file that pinpoint specific pci slot causing issue? NewCompressedzippedFolder.zip 23k .zip file
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... what? You do realize we're talking about it being an expense to the retailer, right?

Bottom line: don't do it. It drives up costs for everyone else.
Yeah, and what I was saying was the "retailer" would do this to save their money / keep profits.
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