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delid

No.
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If those are stock temps, depending on the cooler they used a delid might be necessary for any overclocking it seems.
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It blows my mind it uses more power than an 1800x, 1800x is nearly pushed to the limit out of the box same as 8700k (but 2 less cores 4 less threads). Weird seeing AMD ahead in that category lol.
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And it uses more power than an 1800x? Holy.....that i did not expect.

Why does that surprise you? Ryzen was always more efficient.
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No.
then dont buy intel if you wont delid to achieve maximum overclock potential
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It blows my mind it uses more power than an 1800x, 1800x is nearly pushed to the limit out of the box same as 8700k (but 2 less cores 4 less threads). Weird seeing AMD ahead in that category lol.
Zen is more efficient than Skylake and also is clocked lower
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Speaking specifically about the 1800x, that drew a fair amount more power than a 7700k. Given the 1800x is the most comparable to the 8700k in the fact they are both pushed near limits out of the box, i didnt expect the 6c model to draw more juice.

But ya the more concerning thing is temps, id like to know what cooler they used.
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then dont buy intel if you wont delid to achieve maximum overclock potential
Zen is more efficient than Skylake and also is clocked lower

I've thought about it but due to recent events I can't afford it. I'm holding off now though. I think waiting for Zen+ is better.
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Just as a comparison, my 1700 is overclocked nearly to the max with 1.38v and it never see's 70c in any stress test with an air cooler. 76c is unacceptable for stock speeds.....intel and their toothpaste sigh.
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Any word on if Intel's changing their stock cooler?
    
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I find it so incredibly odd intel talks about overclocking in their brochures then continues to use a thermal solution that prohibits it......./facepalm

Also no stock coolers for K series chips, thats why i was wondering what cooler was used in that test.
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