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Use the Probeit point. Also the disparity in core temps is not likely to be anything to do with poor contact on the block, I wouldn't waste your money.

Thanks SS smile.gif

Have you tried ProbeIt for the cache, does it work? Gotta get me a DMM. thumb.gif
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If anyone is interested in the craziest deal ive ever seen on newegg, they are offering a 7800x with a MSI SLI plus motherboard for 499 bucks. I almost want to do it, but im still kinda holding out for coffee lake.

https://www.newegg.com/Product/ComboBundleDetails.aspx?ItemList=Combo.3615536
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Thanks SS smile.gif

Have you tried ProbeIt for the cache, does it work? Gotta get me a DMM. thumb.gif

with a 100mv offset AIDA shows a fixed 1.016v, Probeit reads between 0.900v and 1.013v
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Many mates have said the best way is to use a small quantity in four corners to avoid raising the IHS too much... I agree with them.

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Ok thanks thumb.gif
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Considering the lack of CPU availability, I find that hard to believe.

You can check for yourself. People dont have to own it to post about it. They post about the lack of availability instead:D

Bottom line, its clear which CPUs are new poster boys for the industry, at least for the time being.
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You can check for yourself. People dont have to own it to post about it. They post about the lack of availability instead:D

Bottom line, its clear which CPUs are new poster boys for the industry, at least for the time being.

That's a different matter lol. It's not surprising, it's the best choice for gamers. There are a lot of those about wink.gif
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Yesterday it was five people that owned a 8700k, now it's six!applaud.gif

I have an i7-8700k and Maximus X Hero still in their boxes that I ordered as an upcoming Xmas present for a family member (cousin). Haven't had time to build with them yet....hopefully soon.

Also received my i9-7980XE and still have yet to build my Threadripper system. I'm getting behind...wink.gif
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Stress testing 7940x with delid P95 26.6 4.6Ghz @ 1.172v

Might switch ek supremacy to an ek monoblock I have but not sure if it will make a huge difference as vrm temps ok so far.


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thats pretty nice, did you test your cpu before deliding? and what were you results? i just wanna compare my cpu to urs before i delid......deciding to get a new chip maybe and return my current one since its not clocking to well, but perhaps if you were able to lower vcore after deliding, that would be good to know for me... also what are your offsets?

Thank you!


Out of curiosity , what are your batch numbers? Given the fact both your chips have different OC headroom / qualities per your reports?

Mine, still in the box, cause reasons, is L719C500 tongue.gif From what i couldve seen, all the HCC SKL-X´s are L719Cs, differing only by the last 3 numbers. And what is news to me, there can be 2 chips with exactly same batch numbers.... i kinda thought until now, this is unique to every single chip.
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Out of curiosity , what are your batch numbers? Given the fact both your chips have different OC headroom / qualities per your reports?

Mine, still in the box, cause reasons, is L719C500 tongue.gif From what i couldve seen, all the HCC SKL-X´s are L719Cs, differing only by the last 3 numbers. And what is news to me, there can be 2 chips with exactly same batch numbers.... i kinda thought until now, this is unique to every single chip.

My i9-7980XE is an L717B748...an even older code than the review ES chips that were sent to the major hardware sites...no idea as to how well it'll do though...wink.gif
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My i9-7980XE is an L717B748...an even older code than the review ES chips that were sent to the major hardware sites...no idea as to how well it'll do though...wink.gif

Does CPU with "B" pre-date the C´s, in other words is this time related? But yeah, hardware sites have all C´s from i could gather, something like C216 a C307 for 60x and 80x, or other way around. Thats how i found out different CPUs can have same batch number - to my surprise:D
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