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according ot rig in sig an nh d-14

at a guess to get those temps i'd say its mounted on an open air benchmark rig in a fully air conned room ....
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Are the temps in the 70s under Cinebench?

I get upto the 80s at around the same voltage as you.. Custom loop, D5, XT240 and a huge MO-RA3..

What sort of cooling do you have..?
70's and 72-3*C on the hottest Core. Almost the same cooling.
As you know from CPU to CPU the thermal losses are not equivalent.
Just reduced 1.299v for 5055 and 1.075v for 32x mesh.
As for gaming seems stable for last two days...rolleyes.gif
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I just wanna say that its a bunch of BS that new boards are required because of the extra cores lol. They absolutely could have been supported on a large % of z170 and 270 boards. You can slot a 1800x into a 60 dollar b350 board (tho i wouldnt overclock one on that lol), this is just intel being intel.
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So intel is not aware that high end motherboards can support 6core CPUs? probably the low end H370 will be worse than high end Z170 this sounds like pure excuses
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So intel is not aware that high end motherboards can support 6core CPUs? probably the low end H370 will be worse than high end Z170 this sounds like pure excuses
Reread the page. Says only z370 are coming this year. :c
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Reread the page. Says only z370 are coming this year. :c
yes but
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The biggest controversy comes from a lack of support for Coffeelake-S on Z170/270 motherboards. Intel explained that it was necessary to make Z370 mandatory for Coffeelake-S because the power delivery on Z370 had to be upgraded for 6 cores. Unfortunately, Intel did not explain why quad-core Kabylake-S would not work on Z370, or why high-end motherboards with powerful VRMs are not suitable for Coffeelake-S.
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Getting the max out of 6 core processor required changes to our motherboards, specifically to provide improved power delivery to new 6-core processors.
but later we could see low end H370 and B350 would run 6cores with no issues and then why not high end z170 or z270? why it cant run a kaby lake CPU if it has same pin count and and probably same pin layout
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yes but
but ;ater we could see low end H370 and B350 would run 6cores with no issues and then why not high end z170 or z270? why it cant run a kaby lake CPU if it has same pin count and and probably same pin layout
Hopefully a bios update fixes that. But who would buy a kaby lake cpu and a z370 board. If you're forced to buy z370 might as well get those 6 cores. stun.gif
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Hopefully a bios update fixes that. But who would buy a kaby lake cpu and a z370 board. If you're forced to buy z370 might as well get those 6 cores. stun.gif
anyone who wants to keep their CPU as a placeholder untilt hey cna afford the 6cores? also this shows the artifitial limit intle is imposing
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So intel is not aware that high end motherboards can support 6core CPUs? probably the low end H370 will be worse than high end Z170 this sounds like pure excuses
I think Intel said they went with FIVR with Coffee lake so they need to use Z370 motherboard for the Different VRM on the motherboard.mad.gif
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anyone who wants to keep their CPU as a placeholder untilt hey cna afford the 6cores? also this shows the artifitial limit intle is imposing

Some people might stick with the 7700K and 6700K. They are still great chips
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Some people might stick with the 7700K and 6700K. They are still great chips

Think about how nice it would have been for most people if this CPU worked with Z170. You would have had people with 6700K/7700K upgrading and selling their still good Core i7s and people with i5s or i3 or Pentium would have gotten a cheap upgrade.
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