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Probably, what Im getting at is that the people that have a relatively bad CPU don't bother trying to enter the chart which is a shame because the whole purpose of the chart is to get data as a whole, not just e-peen value.

I disagree. The chart seems more like a competition to me. I'd post my OC but with my current cooling wouldn't be fair. When my new cooler arrives I'll post the results. So far 4.7 GHz @ 1.22 V is what I can use for stress testing, on 4.8 GHz reaches above 80 degrees at 1.25 V. The chip is promising but we'll see next week.
    
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Off topic a bit, but did you hear about the early release of Skylake-X, announcement maybe in June.


On topic:
Where is the best place to get a delidding tool, and what tool is good?
June... if only. smile.gif
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I disagree. The chart seems more like a competition to me. I'd post my OC but with my current cooling wouldn't be fair. When my new cooler arrives I'll post the results. So far 4.7 GHz @ 1.22 V is what I can use for stress testing, on 4.8 GHz reaches above 80 degrees at 1.25 V. The chip is promising but we'll see next week.
nah, it's no where near a competition. not one phase change cooling entry. However it is a useful data set. I posted my 7350K .. may be the worst cpu Intel let out of QC this generation. redface.gif
http://www.overclock.net/t/1621347/kaby-lake-overclocking-guide-with-statistics/1580_20#post_25986949
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I'm happy so far, I got the 3600 C15 Trident Z and it boots (I saw several people claim a dead stick with that particular RAM), gotta read Raja's OC guide and check on BIOS revisions before I do anything else. Haven't even put power to the TXp, still running iGPU.
I heard there were a few bad 3600c15 kits, but if you got it running, it;s th ebest bin from GSkill. Should do 3866c15-16-16-38-1T, train at 1.45V, eventual at 1.425V with tight secondaries.
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I disagree. The chart seems more like a competition to me. I'd post my OC but with my current cooling wouldn't be fair. When my new cooler arrives I'll post the results. So far 4.7 GHz @ 1.22 V is what I can use for stress testing, on 4.8 GHz reaches above 80 degrees at 1.25 V. The chip is promising but we'll see next week.
That's what Im saying it appears to be a competition which to my understanding of it it is not meant to be, I thought the chart was being compiled to give owners and prospective owners an idea of where they stand or what to expect frequency wise. As it stands I don't think it gives a genuine reflection of what to expect because those of us that don't have a great chip simply are not submitting their results.
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June... if only. smile.gif

You know what I'll be getting though...lol
Still gonna keep the 7700k, the wife will get that one so I can still play with it, going to delid soon biggrin.gif
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You know what I'll be getting though...lol
Still gonna keep the 7700k, the wife will get that one so I can still play with it, going to delid soon biggrin.gif
let's hope the rumors are correct. smile.gif
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It really comes down to where on the substrate the die is cut from and the level of imperfections in lattice (some "imperfections" are necessary for the silicon to work at all) . There's an "edge effect" and other factors that really drives the Luck aspect of this. So... Batches come from a lot. [pack or lots of wafers, and the whole prediction of performance of the end product is so empirical that even Intel sets VID individually, not by batch. AFAIK, batch may best correlate with the QC/acceptance dept more than anything else. redface.gif
lol - Irrefutable proof. thumb.gif
Lol yep my mistake seems Intel have changed things this generation for some reason. smile.gif
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Will post my CPU data today as well for the record.
It's a great little chip.. boots OS and passes Cpu Z validation at 1.32 but needs 1.365 for Prime.
Running 5.1 Core 5.1 Uncore...3733 Ram 16-16-16-28-Cr1 at 1.39....
The only downside is that It wont do 5.2 not even at 1.5 rolleyes.gif
Temps are fine....50-60 gaming.... 74 max under prime / RB...
Under Air cooler...
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It really comes down to where on the substrate the die is cut from and the level of imperfections in lattice (some "imperfections" are necessary for the silicon to work at all) . There's an "edge effect" and other factors that really drives the Luck aspect of this. So... Batches come from a lot. [pack or lots of wafers, and the whole prediction of performance of the end product is so empirical that even Intel sets VID individually, not by batch. AFAIK, batch may best correlate with the QC/acceptance dept more than anything else. redface.gif
lol - Irrefutable proof. thumb.gif

Intel might be setting VID individually but I have no clue what they've done (or ASUS). On stock settings RealBench crashes in the first few minutes. I have to raise the voltage manually from auto to make it stable. On the ASUS ROG forums they say this is normal behaviour. Excuse me?!
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That's what Im saying it appears to be a competition which to my understanding of it it is not meant to be, I thought the chart was being compiled to give owners and prospective owners an idea of where they stand or what to expect frequency wise. As it stands I don't think it gives a genuine reflection of what to expect because those of us that don't have a great chip simply are not submitting their results.

A true statistical chart would include multiple frequencies with settings for each CPU or batch number so if somebody doesn't want or can't (because of cooling or other limitations) overclock that far, he could pretty much copy the settings and expect a decent stability. That would include every multiplier from stock to max. But that's pretty time consuming so I don't expect anyone to do that.
    
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I disagree. The chart seems more like a competition to me. I'd post my OC but with my current cooling wouldn't be fair. When my new cooler arrives I'll post the results. So far 4.7 GHz @ 1.22 V is what I can use for stress testing, on 4.8 GHz reaches above 80 degrees at 1.25 V. The chip is promising but we'll see next week.

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A true statistical chart would include multiple frequencies with settings for each CPU or batch number so if somebody doesn't want or can't (because of cooling or other limitations) overclock that far, he could pretty much copy the settings and expect a decent stability. That would include every multiplier from stock to max. But that's pretty time consuming so I don't expect anyone to do that.

Aren't you part of the problem that you have with the current "competition" chart?

You want a "true statistical chart" with "multiple frequencies with settings for each CPU or batch number", but you don't want to post your current overclock results because you want to wait for better cooling and post a better (more competitive) OC? confused.gif
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I don't know the exact terminology and I am not in front of my pc at the moment but my m8i motherboard has an option in bios to use asus algorithm or intel for the vid (or something of that nature, as I said I don't have the exact terminology).. which might be the answer why yours was not working...redface.gif
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