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Considering SL provides the top 5% clocking chips, everyday is like Black Friday and Xmas combined - plus the delid service for those of us vice and hammer adverse is an added low cost value.

Their 4.6Ghz 6700k is $10 cheaper than the newegg chip roulette model - a really, really good deal - everyday.

That the SL team hand deliver the golden sample in a static-free 14 karat gold case, install the chip, optimize the OC, clean your home and wash your car is just a ridiculous over-the-top-bonus-I-made-up. biggrin.gif
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I got delids at a discounted price, since i am having them do 4 chips. So they are willing to do deals and such.

But with limited stock i dont see why they would discount their good processors.
They sell out at full price as quick as they do.

Maybe if they have problems moving the lower quality chips there could be a discount on them
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Originally Posted by MicroCat View Post

Considering SL provides the top 5% clocking chips, everyday is like Black Friday and Xmas combined - plus the delid service for those of us vice and hammer adverse is an added low cost value.

Their 4.6Ghz 6700k is $10 cheaper than the newegg chip roulette model - a really, really good deal - everyday.

That the SL team hand deliver the golden sample in a static-free 14 karat gold case, install the chip, optimize the OC, clean your home and wash your car is just a ridiculous over-the-top-bonus-I-made-up. biggrin.gif

Hahaha I appreciate the answers. The only reason why I'm asking is I'm making a new build log (another forum) and it's already getting expensive. tongue.gif

These chips look great though!
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Their 4.6Ghz 6700k is $10 cheaper than the newegg chip roulette model - a really, really good deal - everyday.

But that chip is worse than the average reported by OCN members so it's guaranteed to be mediocre-ish. 4.6ghz at ~1.39v while median is 4.6 at 1.375 - it's at least worth the $30 to go 4.7ghz@1.4v IMO! You won't get a really amazing chip that way, but you know what you're getting and it will be better than average. Saving $10 but not having CPU box+sticker and getting an OC guaranteed to be a little below average to average-ish (with no chance at better) isn't worth it IMO

It's 1hr realbench stable testing. I passed 1hr at 1.365v on my chip but will have to use about 1.385v 24/7, a 0.02 increase, just to be solid in x264 encoding and gaming so that i don't crash while livestreaming or re-encoding a recorded gameplay video occasionally (i had 2 crashes in a month at 1.375). Likewise, many people in the OCN chart have testing that requires more vcore than you need to pass 1hr realbench once so it's a good indicator.

This is the image that should make you a little uneasy about 4.6 that passed 1hr at 1.39 and may take ~1.41 to be solid (the below average 6700k):
500x1000px-LL-16755d90_Untitle35d.png

You can also get better than the minimum guaranteed clocks from SL, but that's down to luck.

Funnily enough, it's a little difficult to say the real top x% chips for lack of sample size and the chart being biased due to a few SL chips in there at the high end wink.gif
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But that chip is worse than the average reported by OCN members so it's guaranteed to be mediocre-ish. 4.6ghz at ~1.39v while median is 4.6 at 1.375 - it's at least worth the $30 to go 4.7ghz@1.4v IMO! You won't get a really amazing chip that way, but you know what you're getting and it will be better than average. Saving $10 but not having CPU box+sticker and getting an OC guaranteed to be a little below average to average-ish (with no chance at better) isn't worth it IMO

It's 1hr realbench stable testing. I passed 1hr at 1.365v on my chip but will have to use about 1.385v 24/7, a 0.02 increase, just to be solid in x264 encoding and gaming so that i don't crash while livestreaming or re-encoding a recorded gameplay video occasionally (i had 2 crashes in a month at 1.375). Likewise, many people in the OCN chart have testing that requires more vcore than you need to pass 1hr realbench once so it's a good indicator.

This is the image that should make you a little uneasy about 4.6 that passed 1hr at 1.39 and may take ~1.41 to be solid (the below average 6700k): Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
500x1000px-LL-16755d90_Untitle35d.png

You can also get better than the minimum guaranteed clocks from SL, but that's down to luck.

Funnily enough, it's a little difficult to say the real top x% chips for lack of sample size and the chart being biased due to a few SL chips in there at the high end wink.gif

You're right though, there's still some lottery left when buying from SL. I've bought 4790Ks and 5960Xs from them, but all of them needed less voltage than stated to be stable. If you think about it the way they have it set up, a 6700K that needs 1.41V+ to pass an hour of realbench at 4.7GHz will be sold as a 4.6. That means that 4.6 might only need 1.35V or less to be an hour realbench stable. On the other hand, you could also get a 4.6 that actually does need 1.396V for an hour realbench.

So basically, you get a chip that is at least what they say, but most of the time it will require less voltage than what they say because of all the chips that can do 4.7 at the 1.41-1.44V range will also be sold as 1.396V 4.6s.
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Is there any chance for a black friday/cyber monday sale?

We will, but don't expect anything major.
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Today I received my new i7-6700K from Silicon Lottery. Very professional packaging and also the CPU does look great after the delidding they did. Unfortunately I have to wait for the P870DM (Clevo) to arrive to test it out.
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So it starts... 4.9GHz http://siliconlottery.com/products/6600k49g

I wonder how much a 6700K at 4.9 would cost.
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The 6600k rated for 4.8 I got from SI was $300 and 4.8 at or under 1.392v.

Looks like the 4.8 options are now $320 at or under 1.424v.

 

The 4.9 being under 1.44v or less for $400.

 

My chip: 4.85 @ 1.41v (ish)

4.9 chip: 4.9 @ less than or equal to 1.44v for Realbench 1hr

 

Ehhhhh. Plus, if I get another chip, I'd have to sell my current chip, and that's a hassle.


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Added some statistics to the Skylake product pages, so you guys can get a feel for the rarity. Will add Haswell-E too and show 4790K statistics later. I seem to be getting fairly close to the numbers on your guide @Darkwizzie .

6700K:
4.5- 100%
4.6- Top 96%
4.7- Top 56%
4.8- Top 11%

6600K:
4.5- Top 94%
4.6- Top 87%
4.7- Top 53%
4.8- Top 25%
4.9- Top 3%
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