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if you allow the screen to blank or turn off during HCi waking it can take a very long time and multiple attempts. Once you get the "mouse on a blank/black screen, keep at it. It has notrgin to do with the M8I... does the same on all my rigs.


I don't even get to the white mouse on the black screen...the screen stays off...
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yay got stable at 5ghz (49x102.x) Batch L649H322. 7600k at only 1.3 vcore. Trying to get it lower. Not delidded. +2 avx offset.

Posting a stable SS later

http://imgur.com/a/FlL0w some minutes of realbench just to check.
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yay got stable at 5ghz (49x102.x) Batch L649H322. 7600k at only 1.3 vcore. Trying to get it lower. Not delidded. +2 avx offset.

Posting a stable SS later

http://imgur.com/a/FlL0w some minutes of realbench just to check.

RealBench uses AVX, while not being so heavy on it like recent prime, you're CPU clocks down while stress testing

I can see it in the screenshot, and tested it myslef to see if it works on my Z170 chipset


you should confirm it's stable at 5Ghz with a Stresstest that's not using AVX if you want to use the AVX offset

confirming a stable overclock is more for you than for us you know

literally all apps or games you're using will run with 5ghz
you want to know it's stable

RealBench isn't even the most difficult to pass to begin with all things considered even
according to Asus, RealBench is supposed to be as close to a heavy real world usage as one can make it

not hunting for prime numbers or being all synthetics and theory



ultimately it's up to you

but you know if you set an offset to pass a stresstest or to keep temps down in that stresstest you will not really know if you're stable at a speed without the offset kicking in

just be aware of that
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thumb.gif thank you guys!
One more question: which will be prefer ? Seller proposed choose

My question is kind of the same..
Are there any batch letters that often are successful for OC @ 5Ghz? (With watercooling)

When I look at the sheet/chart in this topic, cpu with batch letter L***G*** are successful at OC & 5Ghz +
Is that save to say?
Edited by Xperimental - 4/17/17 at 11:09am
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My question is kind of the same..
Are there any batch letters that often are successful for OC @ 5Ghz? (With watercooling)

When I look at the sheet/chart in this topic, cpu with batch letter L***G*** are successful at OC & 5Ghz +
Is that save to say?
As of 2/22/17, the top 59% of tested 7700Ks were able to hit 5.0GHz or greater.
Link: https://siliconlottery.com/collections/lga-1151/products/7700k50g
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Anyone have a Vietnam chip here? X....B846 is the one ive got... On the time its only Malesian posted?

Vietnam here, L706B501

I'll run it on air to get everything squared away, then delid/water.
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post #1937 of 2830
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Originally Posted by Xperimental View Post

My question is kind of the same..
Are there any batch letters that often are successful for OC @ 5Ghz? (With watercooling)

When I look at the sheet/chart in this topic, cpu with batch letter L***G*** are successful at OC & 5Ghz +
Is that save to say?
There is no connection between batch code and OC, I already bought my and can say cpu is stable in 4800Mhz and quite low voltage but I can`t run more even with high voltage, so as always - lottery. thumb.gif
post #1938 of 2830
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Originally Posted by D13mass View Post

There is no connection between batch code and OC, I already bought my and can say cpu is stable in 4800Mhz and quite low voltage but I can`t run more even with high voltage, so as always - lottery. thumb.gif
So if there is no connection between batch number why is it every L639F977 chip is a great overclocking chip according to the chart in the opening post?
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Originally Posted by GnarlyCharlie View Post

Vietnam here, L706B501

I'll run it on air to get everything squared away, then delid/water.
Vietnam chips start with an X prefix not L, L is a Malay chip.
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Originally Posted by wingman99 View Post

As of 2/22/17, the top 59% of tested 7700Ks were able to hit 5.0GHz or greater.
Link: https://siliconlottery.com/collections/lga-1151/products/7700k50g

This is little information..
Some questions raising from that post:
Do they pick certain batches?
59% of all the production dates?
I had a i7700K L644H*** cpu and it was stuck @ 4.8Ghz - 1.365 Vcore (adaptive mode)
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