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he has to buy a new mobo anyway though (unless he does the sensible 5775c upgrade. THAT is what makes it a great upgrade. A child could do it and it CHEAP). And the new one is the future platform where-as z170/z270 is dying. (Intel are dirty for that)

I cant show you benches as I dont have the 4790k available anymore but I can tell you that I know 5 people who have taken my advice on this one and to a man they were super excited about it. For $75 net....


How have you seen any tests on the 7740k? there are none I thought. It wouldnt be possible for it to clock only 100mhz higher than the 7700k with all that extra power. Am I missing something? These new Intel chips are the answer to Ryzen and WILL be the best, 100% guaranteed. Whether or not the Skylake-x or Kaby-X turns out the best, i dont know. Maybe the 6 core will be best, but, I have a feeling that 7740k will be a BEAST and I would bet a golden chip will hit 6.0Mhz.

But they talk about it and it's base right now is only 100hz more. Also I did not see that it has anything better (in significant manner) than 7700k. While requiring new Mobo. Besides hitting 6.0 GHz? It is just another 14nm improved chip.

http://hothardware.com/news/intel-kaby-lake-x-core-i7-7740k-and-x299-platform-details-leak
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But they talk about it and it's base right now is only 100hz more. Also I did not see that it has anything better (in significant manner) than 7700k. While requiring new Mobo. Besides hitting 6.0 GHz? It is just another 14nm improved chip.

http://hothardware.com/news/intel-kaby-lake-x-core-i7-7740k-and-x299-platform-details-leak
I think you are overlooking the obvious 95w vs 135w .

I understand that for someone with a 7700k, of course they wont upgrade unless they are "that guy", but for people on a old platform i think the few months wait for a new platform and the 7740k would be smart. Or Skylake-X, which has the potential to be amazing too. And if you are on the new platform it should leave you with an upgrade path, which obviously 5775c and 7700k do not. Those are as high as those platforms will let you climb. And that is kind of why I mentioned all of this to begin with, because a lot of people think that 4790k is the top of the line on z97, but that is obviously not true as the 5775c is a nice upgrade. Better perf, has magic cache, better temps, less power draw.

I guess it's possible that Intel has a poor showing in the RyZen aftermath but that would be a pathetic time to fumble . They way they appear to be unconcerned about Ryzen leads me to believe the answer is already coming.

Fact is still true that one just has to move up in rez to buy their cpu a couple years of relevancy. At 4k, even the 2600k will do decently.
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mine and your cards are similar. they dont even want to hold 2000 with slider OC but with the curve i get a solid 2025-2037-2050 now (depending on temps). Feel a lot better about her now tongue.gif

Similar TVs, similar cards now too? Just admit it. You're me from another dimension. biggrin.gif
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Similar TVs, similar cards now too? Just admit it. You're me from another dimension. biggrin.gif
doppleganger. lol. Are you all tatted up, too? lol
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doppleganger. lol. Are you all tatted up, too? lol

Nope. redface.gif
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Nope. redface.gif
and it ends... tongue.gif You probably need clean skin to keep making all that money tongue.gif
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and it ends... tongue.gif

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Great Success on modifying the Shunt resistors on my end smile.gif , Max TDP now at 89%

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GPU Voltage now always at 1.081 - 1.093 , but majority of the time 1.093 smile.gif

Havent played with the Core that much yet, as I am waiting on some copper shims so I can mount my Accelero Hybrid

That's great! I'm debating doing it to my card, I've seen the TDP got up as high as 140%
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Great Success on modifying the Shunt resistors on my end smile.gif , Max TDP now at 89%

20170402160606-dc4d55bc-la.png

GPU Voltage now always at 1.081 - 1.093 , but majority of the time 1.093 smile.gif

Havent played with the Core that much yet, as I am waiting on some copper shims so I can mount my Accelero Hybrid

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That's great! I'm debating doing it to my card, I've seen the TDP got up as high as 140%
yeah me too. my question is, can it be cleaned up like regular thermal paste? Don't want to void my warranty just for a number in my top left corner of the monitor. Only number that really matters up ther is frametime and Im good on that. I admit my OCD wants to see nice round numbers and consistency, though.
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usually. But, it could be a RAM bottleneck, too. low gpu usage with high cpu usage is a bottlenecked cpu for sure though.

What percentage of cpu usage would you consider high?
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