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@Jpmboy
MaroonDeath mentioned provantage in the binning thread. They are not over charging and their 7-10 business days is more than it took for mine - it shipped in 3 (though it took a round-about route from GA->OH->ME), but had it in a week or so... Was willing to wait on principle.

Make sure you check the description - they also sell tray processors (which ironically as I type this, are priced higher than box).
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I’ve oc’d my system (7820x Zotac 1080ti amp extreme) ti 4,7 ghz but i don’t feel comfortable with the temperatures in the stress test, 88 package and 71 gpu Closed case inwin 101. Do you think i’m paranoic or need to Change the oc of the CPU
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Temp difference between 4.5GHz 1.16V and 4.6GHz 1.21V is massive on the 7920X:



Whereas 1.21V is already in high 80's. This is after 2h of P95 26.6, avg temps were around 65*C. The high 70's are from the smallFFT part of the blend test.
My sample needs 1.16V for 4.5GHz, 1.15 crashed with DPC WATCHDOG VIOLATION bsod.
Strangely at 1.16 it will pass 2h of P95 but bsod in 5 minutes of RB 2.43.
Edited by Martin778 - 10/18/17 at 3:52pm
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Great job on cleaning off that glue! That's gotta be one of the cleanest looking PCBs I've ever seen lol
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Finally Kapton tape and ready to go!!! Have mine unglued

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My Rocket 99 turned up yesterday but I'm waiting for the TIM. Hard to get liquid metal here in New Zealand! I got the Thermal Grizzly.
Anyway, I was interested to see that you cleaned all of the silicone off (great job! btw). Are you intending to use silicone to relid? I was going to leave the silicone on the PCB and just use superglue at the corners.
I am interested in your decision to do the full clean thing!
I had also decided to use nail polish to protect the small bits but I'm open to using tape if you have a good reason.
My final choice was to use liquid metal on the lid to monoblock since I bought a 5g tube. Any reasons why I shouldn't?

Looking forward to seeing the results and keep the pics coming!
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I am sure others already know but Windows 10 1709 supports favored cores natively! It uses my two 4.8 GHz cores preferentially all the time now. It is much better than Intel's Turbo boost 3.0 driver. biggrin.gif

Uninstall the Intel Turbo Boost 3.0 application and then reboot and switch the CPU power management configuration "MFC Driver Override" option to "OS Native Support". This was in the BIOS of my Asus R5 Apex.

Much improved, I hated that Turbo Boost application. mad.gif
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I’ve oc’d my system (7820x Zotac 1080ti amp extreme) ti 4,7 ghz but i don’t feel comfortable with the temperatures in the stress test, 88 package and 71 gpu Closed case inwin 101. Do you think i’m paranoic or need to Change the oc of the CPU

Depends on what you do. If you're just gaming and general use then you're not likely to see those kinds of temps during normal usage.
     
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Originally Posted by Chargeit View Post

Depends on what you do. If you're just gaming and general use then you're not likely to see those kinds of temps during normal usage.

What temps are you getting?

I still see around 88c with a 4.5Ghz/3Ghz mesh overclock running Realbench 2.44, gaming in the 60c - 67c range.
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Originally Posted by Sgang View Post

I’ve oc’d my system (7820x Zotac 1080ti amp extreme) ti 4,7 ghz but i don’t feel comfortable with the temperatures in the stress test, 88 package and 71 gpu Closed case inwin 101. Do you think i’m paranoic or need to Change the oc of the CPU

In high current stress tests on a CPU that hasn't been delidded, those are the (package) temps you can expect. I wouldn't be concerned if not running at those temperatures day to day
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In high current stress tests on a CPU that hasn't been delidded, those are the (package) temps you can expect. I wouldn't be concerned if not running at those temperatures day to day

Thank you @silent scone @chargeit, i’m less worried now smile.gif
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