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Poll Results: Which SKU are you interested in purchasing from Silicon Lottery?

 
  • 9% (26)
    7800X 6C/12T/28PCIe/$389
  • 31% (91)
    7820X 8C/16T/28PCIe/$599
  • 30% (87)
    7900X 10C/20T/44PCIe/$999
  • 5% (15)
    7920X 12C/24T/44PCIe/$1199
  • 3% (9)
    7940X 14C/28T/44PCIe/$1399
  • 2% (6)
    7960X 16C/32T/44PCIe/$1699
  • 18% (54)
    7980XE 18C/36T/44PCIe/$1999
288 Total Votes  
post #721 of 873
Anyone knows how high you can safely set the core max temp limit in bios? Its at 60c on auto and i want to try and push 5ghz.
post #722 of 873

Big thanks for the 7980XE delid! I got my CPU yesterday and finished my system today. I have built in this case so many times now that tearing down the loop and rebuilding it is like second nature to me now. The results so far are 1.245V for 4.7ghz all 18 cores. I am pretty happy with this result but will try to push it more when I all my fans working (my front rad is passive cooling as my fan controller broke and I am waiting for a new one) The 7980XE's ram controller is sadly significantly weaker than my 7900X with my 3333mhz 64gb kit only hitting 3650mhz compared to the 3800mhz on my 7900X. Here is the build I will be posting updates.
post #723 of 873
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The results so far are 1.245V for 4.7ghz all 18 cores.
drool.gifdrool.gifdrool.gif
post #724 of 873
What are ur temps so far?
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What are ur temps so far?

Delided watercooled and everything considered it's a very very hot CPU. Temps are in the low 40s idle and low 80s at full load.
post #726 of 873
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Delided watercooled and everything considered it's a very very hot CPU. Temps are in the low 40s idle and low 80s at full load.

Thats actually pretty good for 4.7 it sounds, making me look forward to 4.5 hopefully in the high 60's
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post #727 of 873
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Delided watercooled and everything considered it's a very very hot CPU. Temps are in the low 40s idle and low 80s at full load.

What do you have a 360 rad? Do you know your water temp vs your ambient temp?
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post #728 of 873
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Originally Posted by MaroonDeath View Post

Delided watercooled and everything considered it's a very very hot CPU. Temps are in the low 40s idle and low 80s at full load.

Thats my temps with 7900x at 4.8ghz lmao, thats not bad at all even though your die has bigger surface to dissipate.
post #729 of 873
What are your vrm temps with the monoblock? also what is the ambient temp for these readings thanks!
post #730 of 873
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Originally Posted by MaroonDeath View Post


Big thanks for the 7980XE delid! I got my CPU yesterday and finished my system today. I have built in this case so many times now that tearing down the loop and rebuilding it is like second nature to me now. The results so far are 1.245V for 4.7ghz all 18 cores. I am pretty happy with this result but will try to push it more when I all my fans working (my front rad is passive cooling as my fan controller broke and I am waiting for a new one) The 7980XE's ram controller is sadly significantly weaker than my 7900X with my 3333mhz 64gb kit only hitting 3650mhz compared to the 3800mhz on my 7900X. Here is the build I will be posting updates.


Wow that's awesome rig you got there thumb.gif

May I ask what is the batch no of your cpu thanks.
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