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My 1080Ti STRIX is up and running thumb.gif . Time for some overclocking!

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Originally Posted by Benny89 View Post

My 1080Ti STRIX is up and running thumb.gif . Time for some overclocking!

Benny, pleas chime in on this latest discussion, sir.


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Originally Posted by navjack27 View Post

I'm too lazy/busy to revisit 5775c on my channel but I gave it high praise when it was my main chip. Still 100% the best min frame rate CPU you can buy. Broadwell-E is a joke and shouldn't have the broadwell name IMHO, you need the cache to have that name.
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Originally Posted by palote99 View Post

Thanks for your answers!!

Thanks to MasterGamma12, Slackaveli and nizinizi too for helping me with my new toy!!


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Performance is great again and of course is better with high uncore and core voltage... I think the upgrade worth it completely from my old 4790k...... speaking about gaming i get a boost of 15-20fps and cpu is never over 60degrees Celsius


Thanks again and i wait for your opinion!!!


Cheers

Edited by Slackaveli - 4/11/17 at 2:21pm
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Benny, pleas chime in on this latest discussion, sir.

Lel, my 5775C on stock is already giving me more min fps than my 4790k on 4.8 Ghz.

Gonna OC that baby when I finish playing with my new 1080Ti.

And yes it was 50$ Upgrade. Sold my 4.9 Ghz 4790k for 1500 PLN and bought my 5775C OEM for 1700 PLN. 200 PLN is roughly 50$.

5.0 Ghz 7700k performance in games for mere 50$. Come on....best deal in my life so far.
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What is the newest Afterburner version? Does it have voltage slider unlocked?
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If I can sell my 4790K for $300 I'd love to get one, but its selling for $250 right now.

Finding a used 5775C would be the key!
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Originally Posted by Slackaveli View Post

and those frames come out faster with more draw calls. And they have WAY more consistency. And way better minimums. And way more of a smooth gameplay experience. And some games are still cpu limited at higher rez. I feel like you are trying to educate me when you dont even know what you are talking about. You are using pre-concieved notions about cpu's that do not apply to this cpu b/c of it's differences in archetecture, namely and mostly it's cache. Do you know what a cache does? Go do some googling. Im gonna pass this argument off to the others that will surely come and tell you the same thing I am. You can continue to save that one dinner's out worth of money and continue to burn a crap load more power than us and have a sub-par gaming experience in comparison to us. Cheers, enjoy that.

Untill I see legit benchmarks @ 1440p and 4k of the 5775c having higher AVG fps then I will believe you. All the benchmarks im seeing so far are either at 720p or 1080p. Im not saying the 5775c is a bad chip, its beating the 7700k @ 1080p, all im saying is that your not gonna see a 20% AVG fps improvement at 1440p/4k. Im running a 6700k so theres really no point in me going to a 5775c especially since I run @ 3440x1440.
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it's simple math. ipc improvement, die shrink, single core and physics scores are up, and 143MB vs 8mb cache....... As the articles I linked are titled "Broadwell Destroyer" and they call it "The Gaming Behemoth." I couldn't have said it any better. It beats 7700k, so of course it roflstomps 4790k, even the golden 5.0ghz ones like many of us sold/gifted when we jumped on The Gaming Behemoth. I'm pretty much all gamer so for me I wouldnt trade it for a 7700k. Nope.

I never would have really given this CPU much attention without your endorsement. It really seems to be a beast due the the eDRAM being available when using a GPU and good overclock-ability. You would think they would have gimped it by locking the multiplier or something.
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So you're telling me that my PSU, which measures watts, is wrong? Yeah, no thanks.

Running furmark
Stock Bios at 120%, which is it's max, 410 Watt to system

ASUS Bios at 110%, which is its max, 410 Watts to system.

What your'e saying is 410 =/= 410...

Again, thanks for your efforts in running these tests (so we dont have to lol). The only question I'd raise is whether furmark is the ideal method of testing. Given it is designed to maximise power draw, it would still hit TDP limits on the Strix BIOS and thus downclock... and, knowing what Pascal is like, no doubt overshoots the downclock, thus resulting in the 'low' power draw measurements.

I guess what im suggesting is, Furmark would only really prove the point if its power draw landed between 300W and 330W (which seems unlikely).

My own theory is that the different VRM configurations mean some extra load is being placed on the FE VRMs that pull power from motherboard voltage rail (whereas the Strix VRM configuration would be designed to pull the extra power from the 8+8 PCIE). Given the BIOS has 'sub limits' placed on each of the three power sources, it's likely to run up against the individual limit for the motherboard power source and trip the TDP limit power flag.

I guess the only way to test the hypothesis would be to apply the mod to the shunt which monitors power draw from the motherboard and leave the other two alone, whilst running the strix bios on an FE.
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Lel, my 5775C on stock is already giving me more min fps than my 4790k on 4.8 Ghz.

Gonna OC that baby when I finish playing with my new 1080Ti.

And yes it was 50$ Upgrade. Sold my 4.9 Ghz 4790k for 1500 PLN and bought my 5775C OEM for 1700 PLN. 200 PLN is roughly 50$.

5.0 Ghz 7700k performance in games for mere 50$. Come on....best deal in my life so far.
agreed. Deal of a lifetime.
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What is the newest Afterburner version? Does it have voltage slider unlocked?
it's 4.4.0 and yes it's unlocked.
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If I can sell my 4790K for $300 I'd love to get one, but its selling for $250 right now.

Finding a used 5775C would be the key!
and THAT is the ultimate proof of how awesome these are. I have NEVER seen a used one for sale. Nobody gets rid of them , like, ever.
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If I can sell my 4790K for $300 I'd love to get one, but its selling for $250 right now.

Finding a used 5775C would be the key!
honestly, it's a wortyy upgrade at $100 as well. I even gifted my 4790k and I don't regret it at a $350 upgrade. It's worth that.
Edited by Slackaveli - 4/11/17 at 3:29pm
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