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ah - Okay. So then what's the hard ceiling with cache frequency, and lack of cache OC about? Did intel basically throttle our ability to spin up cache or just the nature of the BWE architecture. Just a coincidence that 3.8 was basically the limit for cache on a 5960X with a non-OC socket? blinksmiley.gif

Higher IPC, so more data throughput. Not everything is about frequency... I'd call it as coincidental as CPUs having cores.
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I've capped my uncore off at 3.5 for now with around 1.17v.

Flying request, anyone with the 10 core running Timespy and get a reproducable drop in performance towards the last frames of the CPU test? Need to fly to work but may contact FM later.

Scoring between 8-9000 at 4.2 which isn't right.
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What kind of voltage and frequency are people with 6850K running at?
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What kind of voltage and frequency are people with 6850K running at?

The potential difference and clock rate kind.



(Sorry it's too warm to be helpful). Check the ASUS overview available in the support thread. A good few samples tested for the results given there.
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The potential difference and clock rate kind.



(Sorry it's too warm to be helpful). Check the ASUS overview available in the support thread. A good few samples tested for the results given there.

Tell me about it, its only 29 rolleyes.gif my side of London, still got 3/4 degrees to go, makes stress testing all that much more heated!
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Tell me about it, its only 29 rolleyes.gif my side of London, still got 3/4 degrees to go, makes stress testing all that much more heated!

Air-con on the go here tongue.gif
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Getting ready for that 6950X! I hope two 360mm radiators is enough for the 6950X overclocked with two 980's biggrin.gif


Looking good man (remiscs) biggrin.gif
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Getting ready for that 6950X! I hope two 360mm radiators is enough for the 6950X overclocked with two 980's biggrin.gif


Sweet! Enthoo Evolv or?
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Is a Corsair H110 (push/pull) going to be enough to get a 6850K or 6900K to 4.2GHz+ during the Australian summer, without AC?
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Depend the voltage needed for that frequency. I'd say no tho.
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