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^ Awesome results. How are you liking the performance from your chip so far in daily tasks? Does siliconlottery offer delidding for the 6800k? I wouldn't feel comfortable doing it myself.
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^ Awesome results. How are you liking the performance from your chip so far in daily tasks? Does siliconlottery offer delidding for the 6800k? I wouldn't feel comfortable doing it myself.

They do offer delidding for 6700k.
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^ Awesome results. How are you liking the performance from your chip so far in daily tasks? Does siliconlottery offer delidding for the 6800k? I wouldn't feel comfortable doing it myself.


It's great. In single core performance at 4.5gz the 6800K is a few percent better than my 4.6ghz i7 5960X. And in multi core performance, despite only having six cores, the 4.5ghz overclocked 6800K gets just about 1400 points in cinebench, which is slightly better than the stock performance of the 8 core 5960X at 3.5ghz, which gets about 1,350 points.

And no, siliconlottery doesn't offer delidding on LGA2011 CPUs like the 6800K. The only way to delid them currently without being super dangerous is to use a special tool that isn't available publicly as of yet. As sirrilium said, you CAN delid a 6700K skylake LGA1150 chip though! In fact, you can buy a 4.8ghz guaranteed 6700K on siliconlottery for just over $400; and with delid it's still less than $500. And after delidding you can likely hit 4.9ghz on it at the rated ~1.424v since it lowers temps by 10-15 degrees C, which would still be fairly safe for 24/7 use imo. A 4.9ghz 6700K is something to behold lol.
 
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It's great. In single core performance at 4.5gz the 6800K is a few percent better than my 4.6ghz i7 5960X. And in multi core performance, despite only having six cores, the 4.5ghz overclocked 6800K gets just about 1400 points in cinebench, which is slightly better than the stock performance of the 8 core 5960X at 3.5ghz, which gets about 1,350 points.

And no, siliconlottery doesn't offer delidding on LGA2011 CPUs like the 6800K. The only way to delid them currently without being super dangerous is to use a special tool that isn't available publicly as of yet. As sirrilium said, you CAN delid a 6700K skylake LGA1150 chip though! In fact, you can buy a 4.8ghz guaranteed 6700K on siliconlottery for just over $400; and with delid it's still less than $500. And after delidding you can likely hit 4.9ghz on it at the rated ~1.424v since it lowers temps by 10-15 degrees C, which would still be fairly safe for 24/7 use imo. A 4.9ghz 6700K is something to behold lol.
I was tempted to get the 6700k but I'd honestly rather have the extra cores just in case. I wouldn't feel comfortable paying over $450 for a binned 6700k when I could just opt for the 6 core. Plus the 6700k will be replaced by Kaby Lake in just a couple of months. I'll ride out the 6800k until Intel comes out with cheaper 8-10 core CPU's.
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I was tempted to get the 6700k but I'd honestly rather have the extra cores just in case. I wouldn't feel comfortable paying over $450 for a binned 6700k when I could just opt for the 6 core. Plus the 6700k will be replaced by Kaby Lake in just a couple of months. I'll ride out the 6800k until Intel comes out with cheaper 8-10 core CPU's.


Yeah same, i like the advantages of the X99 platform like quad channel memory which has double bandwidth of the dual channel of skylake, having 28 or 40 pci lanes on the CPU for better device and SLI etc.. (although now that GTX 1080 etc.. is limited to only two way SLI pci lanes aren't as important and you could actually run two way SLI on an i7 6700K and still have 4 lanes left for like a PCI SSD etc.. since the 6700K has 20 pci lanes rather than 16 like all the previous quad core i7's have had like the i7 5775C< i7 4790K/4770K, i7 3770K etc.. (all had 16 lanes) And kaby lake is going to have 24 lanes!! which is quite impressive honestly, and it will be able to use the new Intel connectivity standard (the name escapes me, i wanna say it's "Xpoint" something?) for storage and such.

Overall though X99 has better motherboards like the Rampage V Edition 10 that i just got recently which is AMAZING; it gives you 6, 8, or even 10 cores for video rendering and such, you get more max RAM capacity of 128GB etc..



I was kinda regretting getting this setup "somewhat", as i wondered if getting like an i7 6700K and a Z170 board or possibly waiting and getting an i7 7700K kaby lake and Z270 board; and using that for gaming etc.. and then getting one of the super cheap Xeon E5 2670 8 core 16 thread Sandy-Bridge CPUs that are on sale for $60 on ebay, and an X79 motherboard thats compatible with it and some ECC RAM. You can even get a dual socket motherboard for about $300 (x79 asus dp8 type boards) and get TWO of the Xeon E5 2670 and ~64GB of DDR3 ECC RAM and only spend about $500!! And for that $500 you have SIXTEEN CORES AND THIRTY TWO THREADS!! So i kinda wonder if i wouldn't have been better just getting a Skylake or Kaby lake quad core for gaming and getting a seperate 8 core or dual CPU Xeon system for my video editing and rendering etc..

The ONLY thing that makes me think i made the right decision is that games like Total War Warhammer actually get a pretty decent fps increase going from 4 cores to 6 cores and STILL gain like ~5fps iirc going from a 6 core to an 8 core! Although most games can't really take advantage of that many cores for sure.
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Finally got around to overclocking my 6800k I received from silicon lottery. I've paired it with a Corsair AX1200i PSU, Asus Rampage V Edition 10 mobo and 4 x 4GB G.Skill 3200 CAS 16 ram. Trying to get it stable at 4.4Ghz using 1.35v and it's a no go so far. Any help would be appreciated.
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Finally got around to overclocking my 6800k I received from silicon lottery. I've paired it with a Corsair AX1200i PSU, Asus Rampage V Edition 10 mobo and 4 x 4GB G.Skill 3200 CAS 16 ram. Trying to get it stable at 4.4Ghz using 1.35v and it's a no go so far. Any help would be appreciated.
with higher speed ram you may have to increase memory controller voltage. If it's the same as haswell-e, it's something like vccio or something (I can't remember off the top of my head) or better yet, try reducing memory speed initially to make sure it's stable with advertised volts.
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Here are my settings so far

My core ratio limit is set to 44
AVX Instruction Core Ration Negative Offset = 3
Min CPU Cache Ratio = 36
Max CPU Cache Ratio = 36
CPU Core Voltage = 1.346v
CPU Input Voltage = 1.8v
CPU Cache Voltage = 1.15v
DRAM Voltage = 1.35v
CPU Load-Line Calibration = Level 6
CPU Power Thermal Control = 115
Long/Short Duration Package Power limit = 4095
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Here are my settings so far

My core ratio limit is set to 44
AVX Instruction Core Ration Negative Offset = 3
Min CPU Cache Ratio = 36
Max CPU Cache Ratio = 36
CPU Core Voltage = 1.346v
CPU Input Voltage = 1.8v
CPU Cache Voltage = 1.15v
DRAM Voltage = 1.35v
CPU Load-Line Calibration = Level 6
CPU Power Thermal Control = 115
Long/Short Duration Package Power limit = 4095

What stress test are you using? That Input voltage looks awfully low.
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What stress test are you using? That Input voltage looks awfully low.
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