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Any chance of more availability of these? What I'd really be interested in is a 4.9 GHz 6600K. I think you guys used to have those. Any chance of more of those too?

I haven't found any more 4.9 6700Ks in recent batches, but 4.9 6600Ks are much more common and I'd imagine we'll find some more of those in a week or two.
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$279 Microcenter. Rock Stable since Oct 2015, guessing she will live till the next iteration!
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I haven't found any more 4.9 6700Ks in recent batches, but 4.9 6600Ks are much more common and I'd imagine we'll find some more of those in a week or two.

Sounds great. I have been extremely happy with my 4.7 5820K that I purchased from you and am building a lower power rig to take in my camper when I'm working on the road. I'm in for a 4.9 chip delidded as soon as one is available whether it's the i5 or i7!
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She seems happy, de-lidded and never sees anything above 60c. My 3570k is still alive and spent years at just over 1.5v without a whea to be found. I only use it for a few hours before I go to bed every night anyhow. I could buy another if I had to, 4.8 ain't bad either if I need to drop a multi some-day.
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I haven't found any more 4.9 6700Ks in recent batches, but 4.9 6600Ks are much more common and I'd imagine we'll find some more of those in a week or two.

Already picked up an excellent 4.8GHz 6700K from you guys, its absolutely brilliant, and dozz temps idling way down in the teens 19C 18C 18C 18C on air (Noctua NH-D15) Just mounted my motherboard monoblock so have yet to place the processor underwater, can only imagine how many smiles that will generate daily. smile.gif

Anyhoo, my question today is an arbitrary one, realizing you can only estimate. About how many months after Kaby Lake 7700K becomes available, do you expect to find the upper 95th percentile of CPUs first popping up? How long does it normally take before you even know what the top 95th percentile of any new processor family really is?

Like the 6700Ks @4.9GHz only a handful (5 out of 100), yet they seemed to arrive much later, AFTER the Intel "cough cough" shortage fell from its peak and only then did prices stabilize.

2months? 3months?

Love to pick one up January February @4.9 or 5.0 delidded. thumb.gif

Also grabbing a Skylake E or Skylake X from you guys in 2017, probably only a 6-core, but again one made of super efficient silicon.

Since silicon efficiency always translates directly into rig inaudibility. (if done properly)
     
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post #37 of 47
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Already picked up an excellent 4.8GHz 6700K from you guys, its absolutely brilliant, and dozz temps idling way down in the teens 19C 18C 18C 18C on air (Noctua NH-D15) Just mounted my motherboard monoblock so have yet to place the processor underwater, can only imagine how many smiles that will generate daily. smile.gif

Anyhoo, my question today is an arbitrary one, realizing you can only estimate. About how many months after Kaby Lake 7700K becomes available, do you expect to find the upper 95th percentile of CPUs first popping up? How long does it normally take before you even know what the top 95th percentile of any new processor family really is?

Like the 6700Ks @4.9GHz only a handful (5 out of 100), yet they seemed to arrive much later, AFTER the Intel "cough cough" shortage fell from its peak and only then did prices stabilize.

2months? 3months?

Love to pick one up January February @4.9 or 5.0 delidded. thumb.gif

Also grabbing a Skylake E or Skylake X from you guys in 2017, probably only a 6-core, but again one made of super efficient silicon.

Since silicon efficiency always translates directly into rig inaudibility. (if done properly)

It's pretty random. Sometimes the first batches are the better clockers, sometimes the later batches end up clocking better.
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We have a couple of these available now on the site.
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We have a couple of these available now on the site.

Hi, in your experience, which Batch number was the best processor for 6700K.
I Imagine you have working with a lot.

thanks!
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Holy batman, price $100 more than previous 4.9 bin @_@!
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