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Yes i am leaning toward a 5820k, sucks they don't have an i5 haswell-e mad.gif

but this deal is pretty insane
http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/1224099-REG/intel_core_i5_6600k_3_5_ghz.html

Yea not bad at all. Do it! thumb.gif
post #412 of 693
Guys i am planning to order a 5820k in the states , can anyone please give me a nice and safe link for a website where i can order 1 and who actually ships to the Netherlands ?

Thanks in advance!!
post #413 of 693
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Guys i am planning to order a 5820k in the states , can anyone please give me a nice and safe link for a website where i can order 1 and who actually ships to the Netherlands ?

Thanks in advance!!

If you want a specific OC (4.5 - 4.7GHz), give @Silicon Lottery a PM or check out their sub forum. They ship internationally and their customer service is A+++ with quick and detailed response to email/pm. I bought a 4.8GHz 6700K from them and it was great, decided to go with a 5930K in the end but it was nothing of their fault.
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If you want a specific OC (4.5 - 4.7GHz), give @Silicon Lottery a PM or check out their sub forum. They ship internationally and their customer service is A+++ with quick and detailed response to email/pm. I bought a 4.8GHz 6700K from them and it was great, decided to go with a 5930K in the end but it was nothing of their fault.

Unfortunately they only test with Asus RealBench for 1 hour. Which is not enough for solid 24/7 stability.
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Unfortunately they only test with Asus RealBench for 1 hour. Which is not enough for solid 24/7 stability.

True, however, the parameters they test with also lets you fine tune for stability. For example, their 4.6GHz 5820k is tested with a 1.328vcore, good chips will do that at 1.25 or even less. There's still some lottery left for you to lower the voltages and dial in max stability. They just do the grunt work to weed out the terribad chips. My first 5820K would top out at 4.3Ghz with 1.31v which is absolutely terrible for running an air cooler.
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While there is some variance in cpu quality i really think it's far less than what most people think. In all cases i have dealt with cpu's are with in .05 volts for stablity most still hit same clock speed, only ones i have dealt with are ones that are just bad chips i have had only 2 cpu's that i could not get stable and it wasent because of high vcore it was just a bad chip even at stock speeds one of them showed a very small amount of instability. So paying extra for a "binned" chip just seems very silly when i looked at SL site all chips i have tested will do those clocks and if they are only doing one type of stress test for only a hour it really honestly is not worth paying extra for at all.

If you want a good chip check your methods and your mobo bios is a known good clocking bios, Also make sure you do what you can to get best thermal transfer out of your cpu for max cpu clocks. But as far as chip variances they are all very similar clocking. Dont believe me just take a look at the overclocking charts is there a specific batch that just overclocks farther than the rest? not that i have seen and these are just random results from random people that have there own cooling and overclocking methods. There have been chips in the past that have had revised edition kind of like DC and some of those will definitely be better. but for the most part unless you are trying to set records there is no value in buying bin chips when just about any chip off the shelf will do exactly the same clock speed. Also remember that when you oc your memory your cpu clocks may not go as high, so just because you buy a binned chip does not mean the imc is strong at all. And you very likely will not hit the same clock speed that chip is binned at.
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post #417 of 693
I sold my 6700k setup for a 5820k setup I got from microcenter. I ended up getting a very average 5820k. Mine will do 4.5ghz at 1.3500v and THATS IT. No matter how high I raise the voltage, it dies almost instantly in any benchmark. But reel it back to 4.5ghz and it will run all night at the 1.3500v. I find that strange like Im missing something in the bios that needs to be set. But its a gigabyte board and their bios is garbage.
post #418 of 693
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Originally Posted by ZXMustang View Post

I sold my 6700k setup for a 5820k setup I got from microcenter. I ended up getting a very average 5820k. Mine will do 4.5ghz at 1.3500v and THAT'S IT. No matter how high I raise the voltage, it dies almost instantly in any benchmark. But reel it back to 4.5ghz and it will run all night at the 1.3500v. I find that strange like Im missing something in the bios that needs to be set. But its a gigabyte board and their bios is garbage.

Could be the Board... But man, i think you should be very happy with those numbers. i say drop it to 4.4Mhz and you'll get much lower voltage. Mine is the same, 4.5 @ 1.35 very stable.. cant go higher no matter what. im now at 4.4 @ 1.261v and very happy. Highest temps i see is 63c under stress for hours

good luck thumb.gif
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Originally Posted by Alpina 7 View Post

Could be the Board... But man, i think you should be very happy with those numbers. i say drop it to 4.4Mhz and you'll get much lower voltage. Mine is the same, 4.5 @ 1.35 very stable.. cant go higher no matter what. im now at 4.4 @ 1.261v and very happy. Highest temps i see is 63c under stress for hours

good luck thumb.gif

Yeah thats a good idea. Thanks for the idea.
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Originally Posted by ZXMustang View Post

I sold my 6700k setup for a 5820k setup I got from microcenter. I ended up getting a very average 5820k. Mine will do 4.5ghz at 1.3500v and THATS IT. No matter how high I raise the voltage, it dies almost instantly in any benchmark. But reel it back to 4.5ghz and it will run all night at the 1.3500v. I find that strange like Im missing something in the bios that needs to be set. But its a gigabyte board and their bios is garbage.


GB are more reliant on updating the bios I think but you should try that anyway.

Also make sure you have power profiles set to full and highest settings.

But having a weird wall like that can be the chip it happens.
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