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Yeah, I have distill set up right now running on chrome separate since it lags firefox constantly checking every 5 seconds for the msi + all evga models besides founders on newegg. I'm honestly thinking about ordering a 4.4ghz 6800k from siliconlottery wondering what my temps would be @ 4.4ghz and 1.35v. Yeah, The mobo is honestly still up in the air. I wonder if the delid service is offered to 6800k's since it's soldered? and it's on sale at the moment.

I always have to remember about newegg reviews that most of the time it's users giving 1 star because they can't change the rgb color like with the msi x99 gaming carbon...

Edit; Read it wasn't compatible with the e series
Edited by FeelKun - 7/3/16 at 8:42pm
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Yeah, I have distill set up right now running on chrome separate since it lags firefox constantly checking every 5 seconds for the msi + all evga models besides founders on newegg. I'm honestly thinking about ordering a 4.4ghz 6800k from siliconlottery wondering what my temps would be @ 4.4ghz and 1.35v. Yeah, The mobo is honestly still up in the air. I wonder if the delid service is offered to 6800k's since it's soldered? and it's on sale at the moment.

I always have to remember about newegg reviews that most of the time it's users giving 1 star because they can't change the rgb color like with the msi x99 gaming carbon...

Edit; Read it wasn't compatible with the e series



Yeah i got a 4.4ghz from siliconlottery. Honestly not too impressed. Even with slightly higher than their quoted voltage i barely get stable at 4.4ghz (needed 1.35v even on a custom water loop with 1,280mm of radiators; whereas they said it would hit 4.4ghz at 1.344v or less on a 240mm AIO radiator like a corsair H100i etc..) and i just CAN NOT get it to 4.5ghz even at a whopping 1.515v!!! At first i thought it was my temps or power delivery (even on a Rampage V Edition 10 lol) so i plugged in not only the 8 pin power AND the extra 4 pin power to the mobo but ALSO plugged in the 4 pin molex at the bottom to get even MORE power to the board. I then lowered my RAM from 3000mhz to 2800mhz and my cache down to 3.5ghz just in casee that was effecting it etc... and STILL couldn't get a single run of cinebench to pass at over 1.5v at 4.5ghz.

At 4.4ghz and 1.35v my temps during idle were around high 30's or so, with 100% load temps being around low 70's with my 1,280mm radiator water loop with a MCP655 (D5) pump. However i only have five fans running on the radiator space whereas i have TEN places for fans to go (just bought three of the new Corsair ML120 magnetic levitating fans to fill in three more slots; gonna need some 140mm ones to finish off the whole build fan-wise) this lack of fans means my cooling is a fair bit less than it would be on any other water loop with 1,280mm of radiators. (probably more like what someone with a 560mm radiator would get with all fans attached) So assuming you still have your AIO 240mm cooler, i imagine your results would likely be exactly what the siliconlottery testing did (75C at 100% load temps, with 4.4ghz and 1.344v)
 
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So, gotta apologize to Siliconlottery. Thought I just got sent a dud. Turns out it was a MASSIVE amount of very well hidden AIR BUBBLES in my water cooling loop!! Caused my temps to be ~20C+ higher than usual. I went and brought the best thermal paste you can buy (thermal grizzly kryonaut) and three of the new Corsair ML120 magnetic levitating fans etc.. and the temps were still high 70s etc.. (better than spiking in the 90s but still) After flipping my massive Caselabs SMA8 upside down and springing a leak in my loop lol, I got them out.

Now I can get my i7 6800K to 4.4ghz at 1.3v, whereas before it needed 1.355v to get stable at 4.4ghz.

Before I couldn't hit 4.5ghz NO MATTER WHAT I DID; even 1.515v wasn't enough. Now I can hit 4.5ghz at 1.39v perfectly stable (possibly lower, haven't tried yet)

And the cherry on top is that i even managed to hit a whopping 4.6ghz!!! I had to use an equally whopping 1.5v though, but still a DAMN good improvement going from 1.515v not being enough to hit 4.5ghz to getting 4.6ghz at 1.5v.


If i can delid the 6800K which gives around 10 degrees C lower temps, i might be able to get the 4.6ghz voltage down to maybe 1.475v or so; which would be just barely within the acceptable "sorta safe for everyday use" range; and would actually surpass my 8 core i7 5960X by a fair bit.

In Cinebench the 4.6ghz 6800K scores 188 points in single core performance vs 184 on a 4.6ghz 5960X so it's a bit faster for like gaming etc.. And even with only 6 cores it gets ~1,400 points in multi core on the 6800K vs ~1,350 on the 5960X at stock speed 3.5ghz.
 
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I just made the jump from a 3903k to 6800k/Asus Deluxe ii/Corsair Dominator 3000. I hit 4.4 on the CPU with a little more voltage than i like even under water. I have it at 4.3 @1.33V maxing out arounbd 59C. AS far as performance then it's not really that much of a jump and you have a better CPU than I had. It's there just not very noticeable even in benchmarks.


Edited by OverSightX - 7/13/16 at 1:02pm
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I just made the jump from a 3903k to 6800k/Asus Deluxe ii/Corsair Dominator 3000. I hit 4.4 on the CPU with a little more voltage than i like even under water. I have it at 4.3 @1.33V maxing out arounbd 59C. AS far as performance then it's not really that much of a jump and you have a better CPU than I had. It's there just not very noticeable even in benchmarks.



Well mine was bought from siliconlottery.com. They sell guaranteed overclocking CPUs. Mine was guaranteed to be 4.4ghz at 1.344v or lower. I got 4.4ghz at 1.3v as it turned out to be a better one even of the 4.4 models. The 4.4ghz ones are $459, whereas you're paying like $429 for a non guaranteed one, so to me it's WELL worth the $20 to get a guaranteed faster one. Yes the 100-200mhz isn't that much, but 4.4ghz is a 2.33% performance increase over 4.3ghz, and if you can hit 4.5ghz like mine does then you get 4.65% faster performance at 4.5ghz more than at 4.3ghz.

So overall, you're looking at roughly ~5% faster performance at 4.5ghz vs at 4.3ghz in real world video rendering etc.. and in benchmarks of course. Which isn't that much yes, but its still something. If you're still within the 30 day return period you could always send your 6800K back and get one of the 4.4ghz ones from siliconlottery.com. They even have 4.5ghz guaranteed ones (1.424v at 4.5ghz) although they are $$530 iirc, so a big increase over the 4.4ghz one. Honestly it's not TOO much of a difference though so i wouldn't worry about it a whole lot unless you're an OC junkie and ocd like i am lol.
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