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Silicon Lottery 6700K @ 4.9GHz

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Sold out for now, stay tuned for future availability.

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https://siliconlottery.com/products/6700k49g

We have only a few of these available- they're the top 3% of 6700Ks we've tested so far. Delidding is included, and a custom loop is going to be required for those of you who want to try and push a stable 5GHz out of them.

Have fun!

Edited by Silicon Lottery - 3/17/16 at 10:26am
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i fail to understand how you are binning chips when you are also adjusting voltages.

my cpu can hit 5 ghz with enough voltage. that doesn't mean it's worth more.
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i fail to understand how you are binning chips when you are also adjusting voltages.

my cpu can hit 5 ghz with enough voltage. that doesn't mean it's worth more.

Show us a realbench stable 6700k at 5GHz then, or heck even 4.9GHz.

There's only 2 4.9 6700K on the leaderboard right now, and they were from SL 4.8 bins: http://www.overclock.net/t/1570313/skylake-overclocking-guide-with-statistics
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Show us a realbench stable 6700k at 5GHz then, or heck even 4.9GHz.

There's only 2 4.9 6700K on the leaderboard right now, and they were from SL 4.8 bins: http://www.overclock.net/t/1570313/skylake-overclocking-guide-with-statistics
the link you gave me proves that OP's processors minimum voltages are no better than average for each frequency.

a fool and his money are soon parted. that said, i would be interested in delidding for $50 provided that OP guarantees he/she wont ruin the cpu. using the vice method to delid my cpu was terrifying.
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i fail to understand how you are binning chips when you are also adjusting voltages.

my cpu can hit 5 ghz with enough voltage. that doesn't mean it's worth more.

These CPUs will do 4.8GHz Realbench somewhere around 1.325-1.35V, if that's what you're wondering.

If you have a 6700K that can do 5GHz stable at any voltage, it's extremely rare, and therefore very valuable. As mentioned, about one out of 35 6700Ks tested meet our requirements for this bin.
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the link you gave me proves that OP's processors minimum voltages are no better than average for each frequency.

a fool and his money are soon parted.

If you don't see the value, then these processors are obviously not for you. They're primarily for benchers and enthusiasts chasing after every last mhz.
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If you don't see the value, then these processors are obviously not for you. They're primarily for benchers and enthusiasts chasing after every last mhz.

i understand value. i don't see it here based on the evidence that either you or OP (one and the same?) provided.

i'm not here to rain on anyone's parade. i appreciate those who cater to this community. like i said, i might genuinely consider SL's services in the future.
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i understand value. i don't see it here based on the evidence that either you or OP (one and the same?) provided.

i'm not here to rain on anyone's parade. i appreciate those who cater to this community. like i said, i might genuinely consider SL's services in the future.

I've bought several SL processors, and they've all been fantastic. The binned 5960x I got from them helped me nearly smash other 4790Ks in single threaded performance: http://www.overclock.net/t/1562437/2015-july-xtu-core-challenge-competition/140#post_24233761

The 5960X I got on release date couldn't even bench at 4.7 no matter what voltage I fed it. Just trying to show you, processors hit walls hard and you can't just feed more voltage. I don't know why SL raises the voltage slightly on each bin though.
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Saw this from the facebook page and bought one. Will be replacing my old 6700K that can only do 4.7 at 1.44v biggrin.gif
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I've bought several SL processors, and they've all been fantastic. The binned 5960x I got from them helped me nearly smash other 4790Ks in single threaded performance: http://www.overclock.net/t/1562437/2015-july-xtu-core-challenge-competition/140#post_24233761

The 5960X I got on release date couldn't even bench at 4.7 no matter what voltage I fed it. Just trying to show you, processors hit walls hard and you can't just feed more voltage. I don't know why SL raises the voltage slightly on each bin though.

http://www.kitguru.net/components/cpu/anton-shilov/intel-core-i7-6700k-skylake-overclocked-to-6-50ghz-with-liquid-nitrogen/

now THAT's a binned chip, or was it LN2?

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