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90c 100% stress, 60c gaming.
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Originally Posted by Pume91 View Post

Im wonderin can i reach 4.9 or 5.0 ghz on my 7820x after delid. Its atm 4.7 1.23v non delidded.
Hi,
Not enough info on your cooling system or any of your system except you have a 7820x smile.gif
Delid one should gain 20c less
Depending whom did the delid silicon lottery 20c less.

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Funny. Cinebench would crash at 85'C at 4900. Now it is 70'C and can run many paces.

Will need to reseat the block. I used too little tim and removed the block, added some more, removed it again, added some more and installed.

Because the temp between the cores are now higher..

EDIT: I just think one of the cores are hotter than the others.
Edited by GreedyMuffin - 11/18/17 at 7:57am
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Originally Posted by cekim View Post

BIOS default on the tweak mode... I should play with that... the errors on 3600/16/CR1 are sparse... It's right on the edge of working, but doesn't change as voltage goes up....

The other problem is it doesn't improve performance either, at least on many-thread applications... (not too surprising given the turn-around time math at work here... that math seems to predict real performance for me quite accurately).

Other curiosity from last night and more "boy this is tough to prove stable", but easy to OC...

1.18v 4.7x4/4.5/18 worked like a champ using "real work" loads limited to 4 threads. 4.7x6 was a bridge too far though. Adds more than a couple of watts to the 18 core loads though... Also without some brutal iterations on core affinity, I can't be sure if I just got lucky with which 4 cores it picked. I know I have ~6 cores that have VIDs values well above 1.2 even for 4.5 much less 4.7@1.18v. That said, I'm growing convinced that VID assessment by Intel is a function of AVX since 1.165 seems to be fine for non-avx @ 4.5 on this chip.

In single/few threaded apps, it body slams my 2696v3@3.8GHz (up to 2X faster with warm FS caches). A 3.5-4.0GHz mesh would do wonders for this chip, but cross-die latency is cross-die latency...
I'm completely convinced. I mean, I was running 5.0 with just 1.22V... this would have required an AVX offset of at least 12 to pass x265. AVX512 would be just silly high offset values. There are several down-bin "triggers" in these XE chips, temp, current, VR current etc. too many dials!
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Was, until the chip kicked the dust.
Surely it had nothing to do with the cache thou smile.gif
warranty claim with Intel done?
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warranty claim with Intel done?

With the reseller.
It was impossible to exchange the CPU directly with Intel, because their warranty portal has been broken for several months.
Their online chat support said they cannot help, since I'm not living in NA. Intel has no local support (except for SW products) either, so I had to send the chip abroad for the reseller to exchange.

It was pretty sad to see that Intel essentially has no warranty services accessible online for customers living outside the NA. Even more shocking is that until now the issue hasn't been fixed, despite tons of people have reported it in their own support forums since may mad.gif
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...
. too many dials!
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warranty claim with Intel done?

Are you using a mike for each core? eek.gif
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im gonna delid myself ordered the delid die mate x
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Just don't do it in public, will ya? biggrin.gifbiggrin.gifbiggrin.gif
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With the reseller.
It was impossible to exchange the CPU directly with Intel, because their warranty portal has been broken for several months.
Their online chat support said they cannot help, since I'm not living in NA. Intel has no local support (except for SW products) either, so I had to send the chip abroad for the reseller to exchange.

It was pretty sad to see that Intel essentially has no warranty services accessible online for customers living outside the NA. Even more shocking is that until now the issue hasn't been fixed, despite tons of people have reported it in their own support forums since may mad.gif
Ugh! Good thing the reseller was cooperative. Something you don't see here in NA after 30 days (at best).
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Are you using a mike for each core? eek.gif
hey, you gotta be adaptive. blinksmiley.gif


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New member of the family (third Corgi in-da-house).


Congrats man. I showed my wife pics of your other two months ago. She loved them.

After many years of not having a dog, we got a GSD and couldn't be happier. He was 82.7 lbs at his 6 month vet visit and is visibly bigger now at 7 months. Some days the wife and I wonder what we may have gotten ourselves into, but then we see him playing with the kids and all concerns of his size fade fast.

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