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I'm thinking of buying a 4.4Ghz from siliconlottery. If I pair it with a H100i Corsair AIB and install the 6800k in a Gigabyte X99 Ultra Gaming motherboard, would the CPU be completely stable at 4.4Ghz &1.35v or less? Are the processors mint condition or do they show signs of use? Thank you.
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I'm thinking of buying a 4.4Ghz from siliconlottery. If I pair it with a H100i Corsair AIB and install the 6800k in a Gigabyte X99 Ultra Gaming motherboard, would the CPU be completely stable at 4.4Ghz &1.35v or less? Are the processors mint condition or do they show signs of use? Thank you.

The cpu would be stable at the voltages they say on the info page for the cpu, for that cpu it says " 1.344V CPU VCORE (Or less) " but every motherboard is different but your results should be extremely similar if not exact. They are brand new cpu's they are put on a test bench, overclocked as far as they stabily go then its taken out and stored until someone buys it. ( I havent bought from them but ive only heard good things ) if im missing anything im sure someone else will fill the blank haha. hope this helps though.
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I've bought 5 CPU's from silicon lottery. They all look brand new (minus the delided ones for obvious reasons) and they always ran rock solid stable at the advertised speeds. Will only buy my future CPU's from this guy. I'm rocking a 5.0Ghz delided 6600k right now and my temps don't even go past 45C while gaming.
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I've purchased two CPU's from SL in the last year. 4790K and delid and a 6600K no-delid. Both times I got more than I paid for in terms of voltage and speed. Would definitely recommend and would certainly buy from them again. Get the delid service from them, imho it's silly not too. thumb.gif
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I've purchased two CPU's from SL in the last year. 4790K and delid and a 6600K no-delid. Both times I got more than I paid for in terms of voltage and speed. Would definitely recommend and would certainly buy from them again. Get the delid service from them, imho it's silly not too. thumb.gif
I'd delid but I don't plan on overclocking past 4.4Ghz. No point really. Anyway, wouldn't it be difficult to sell down the line? Plus the warranty would be void.

Forgot to mention that I purchased the 6800k @4.4Ghz. Should be here Monday which is pretty awesome! Looking good so far folks.... I'll keep this thread updated.
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Well....just my opinion and mine alone....the delid could give you more overhead for overclocking? Since, that's not important, your goal being 4.4ghz, I agree, you're prolly right.
While I don't sell my old computers (give them to family members), I personally would value any computer with a CPU bought/tested from SL a lot more than an off the shelf one.

Again the above is only my opinion based upon my experience with SL and my own uses for the two builds I've constructed. Both were for gaming. I'll just say this, you can't go wrong with SL.
I've never read/heard of anyone being disappointed with their purchase, promise of performance and services rendered.

Later this year, I will be replacing the wife's AMD gaming rig, with a SL 6600K and it will be delided. thumb.gif

Best of Luck to You smile.gif
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I'd delid but I don't plan on overclocking past 4.4Ghz. No point really. Anyway, wouldn't it be difficult to sell down the line? Plus the warranty would be void.

Forgot to mention that I purchased the 6800k @4.4Ghz. Should be here Monday which is pretty awesome! Looking good so far folks.... I'll keep this thread updated.


Well technically you CAN'T delid the 6800K by "normal" means, as LGA2011 CPUs are SOLDERED onto the IHS, instead of using thermal paste between the chip and the metal IHS like LGA 1150/1151 etc.. CPU like the 4790K, 6700K etc.. are.

HOWEVER, there IS a tool that the famous overclocker Der8auer created that is able to delid Haswell-E and broadwell-E CPUs like the 6800K; it's not available for sale yet though. He DID say he got 8 - 10 degrees Celsius drop in temps on an i7-5960X, and he got 6-8 degrees C drop on an i7 6950X 10 core. So on a 6800K you would likely see around a 10C drop in temps from delid. And if you are planning on running it with just an H100i then you might actually NEED the drop in temps as Broadwell-E gets VERY hot at high voltages. Even my 5960X with a full custom waterloop at 4.6ghz with 1.4v gets over 80 degrees in cinebench; if i raise it to 1.44v it overheats past 90C and crashes. Of course Cinebench is NOWHERE near what your average Gaming or average video editing etc.. load will get so you won't hit those temps in normal use.

Still, lower temps DO = higher overclocking in some cases, as lower heat allows you to pump voltage more safely and generally increases the silicon's max OC level.

I ordered an i7 6800K 4.4ghz from SiliconLottery on Thursday too! Should be here in the next couple days. I'll put up some temperature and overclocking info for you to see if you'd like. I'm gonna be running it on the new ASUS Rampage V Black Edition 10th Anniversary motherboard with an MSI GTX 1080 Gaming-X @ 2,150mhz w/ 1.096v so it should be a pretty big heat load; although i'm running a large custom water cooling loop with three radiators (a 480mm one, a 420mm one, and a 360mm one) Which is MUCH more radiator space than the 240mm on the H100i, so our temps will likely be different.

Have you bought your H100i yet? If not i'd look into something like this: https://www.amazon.com/Swiftech-H320-X2-All--Liquid-Cooler/dp/B01AOG1P3U/ref=sr_1_10?ie=UTF8&qid=1466980615&sr=8-10&keywords=swiftech+h220

or if thats too expensive then at least this: https://www.amazon.com/Thermaltake-Ultimate-Enthusiast-Cooling-CL-W007-PL12BL-/dp/B00MPIDYTO/ref=sr_1_9?ie=UTF8&qid=1466980615&sr=8-9&keywords=swiftech+h220


More radiator space is really important on how CPU chips like these for getting high overclocks.
 
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Well technically you CAN'T delid the 6800K by "normal" means, as LGA2011 CPUs are SOLDERED onto the IHS, instead of using thermal paste between the chip and the metal IHS like LGA 1150/1151 etc.. CPU like the 4790K, 6700K etc.. are.

HOWEVER, there IS a tool that the famous overclocker Der8auer created that is able to delid Haswell-E and broadwell-E CPUs like the 6800K; it's not available for sale yet though. He DID say he got 8 - 10 degrees Celsius drop in temps on an i7-5960X, and he got 6-8 degrees C drop on an i7 6950X 10 core. So on a 6800K you would likely see around a 10C drop in temps from delid. And if you are planning on running it with just an H100i then you might actually NEED the drop in temps as Broadwell-E gets VERY hot at high voltages. Even my 5960X with a full custom waterloop at 4.6ghz with 1.4v gets over 80 degrees in cinebench; if i raise it to 1.44v it overheats past 90C and crashes. Of course Cinebench is NOWHERE near what your average Gaming or average video editing etc.. load will get so you won't hit those temps in normal use.

Still, lower temps DO = higher overclocking in some cases, as lower heat allows you to pump voltage more safely and generally increases the silicon's max OC level.

I ordered an i7 6800K 4.4ghz from SiliconLottery on Thursday too! Should be here in the next couple days. I'll put up some temperature and overclocking info for you to see if you'd like. I'm gonna be running it on the new ASUS Rampage V Black Edition 10th Anniversary motherboard with an MSI GTX 1080 Gaming-X @ 2,150mhz w/ 1.096v so it should be a pretty big heat load; although i'm running a large custom water cooling loop with three radiators (a 480mm one, a 420mm one, and a 360mm one) Which is MUCH more radiator space than the 240mm on the H100i, so our temps will likely be different.

Have you bought your H100i yet? If not i'd look into something like this: https://www.amazon.com/Swiftech-H320-X2-All--Liquid-Cooler/dp/B01AOG1P3U/ref=sr_1_10?ie=UTF8&qid=1466980615&sr=8-10&keywords=swiftech+h220

or if thats too expensive then at least this: https://www.amazon.com/Thermaltake-Ultimate-Enthusiast-Cooling-CL-W007-PL12BL-/dp/B00MPIDYTO/ref=sr_1_9?ie=UTF8&qid=1466980615&sr=8-9&keywords=swiftech+h220


More radiator space is really important on how CPU chips like these for getting high overclocks.
Not to be rude or anything but why didn't you plurge on a 6850k instead with a cheaper but still very capable motherboard? Great OC on that GPU BTW.

As for my h100, I've had it for a few years now. I just got it replaced with a new one two months ago. It should be able to cool the 6800k jut fine and if not, I'll drop it to 4.2-4.3Ghz until I buy a better cooler. Thanks for the suggestions though. I'll look into them.
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Yea, your not going to be able to run at 4.4 and 1.35v, not with that cooler...redface.gif

With my CM nepton 280l I could run ~4.2 and 1.20v on my 5930k before heat became an issue.
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I wonder how much my i7 is worth at 4.8 / 1.35v hmm


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