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You mean locked at the same frequency right?

Yep. Seeing the i5-8400 do so well makes me wonder what the i5-8600K can do clock for clock in gaming compared to 8700K. Also taking into consideration that the i5 is like 15-20C cooler. For non-delidders especially important, as the i5 may be able to reach ~200 MHz higher than the i7-8700K.

Scary to see Linus get 92C load temps using 280mm AIO on the 8700K stock haha
Edited by Lass3 - 10/7/17 at 3:48am
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Would you guys buy a 3600c15 RAM kit and call it a day or a 4000+ ?
All B-die chips from 3333+ are 4000+ capable dependent on MB, timings and some optimizations...
So no problem grabbing even 3000 or 3200 c14 models with the right chips to complete OC in less than 1.5v from 4000+ cl14/15/16/17 wink.gif
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Was asked probably 100 times already but how can you completely be sure to buy a B die?
Edited by stefxyz - 10/7/17 at 4:24am
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As far as I know you can't tell for sure without having it in your board and checking

However
It's very likely if it's of a fast speed and low timings

Like 3200 CL14; beyond 3200, like 3400 CL15 it should be B-dies
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As far as I know you can't tell for sure without having it in your board and checking

However
It's very likely if it's of a fast speed and low timings

Like 3200 CL14; beyond 3200, like 3400 CL15 it should be B-dies

Yes that is a good indicator.

Not sure about 3600/CL16 tho

Prices are going up daily on DDR4 tho... damn
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Ugh

We have to wait until december before stock of 8700ks arrives in the Philippines.

Good thing i didnt impulsively sel my 7700k
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I ordered a binned one with silver HS and guaranteed 5200 mhz Thursday very close to launch. I hope to have one of the first charge. Will happily post some results here. The cpu will get a dedicated 560mm Radiator in push pull and the Pascal Titan will get a seperate loop on the other 560mm rad.
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I am just trying the Auto Curate function of Photoshop Elements on my whole library. It only uses 2 CPU cores and thus takes its time.

Meanwhile I am testing various other photo management applications with face recognition, but most of those I tested yet only make use of a single CPU core during image analysis, too. Photo Bounce seems to use up to four cores for face recognition, though.

Two more applications to test, but it looks like single- and dual-thread processing is still the norm for image applications (including most simple viewers I tested).

So the highest single/dual core CPU is still the one to get for photo stuff.
Edited by Timur Born - 10/7/17 at 5:29am
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The i5-8400 really is an impressive budget gaming CPU. You'll often get i7 performance for less money than an i5 used to cost.
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I ordered a binned one with silver HS and guaranteed 5200 mhz Thursday very close to launch. I hope to have one of the first charge. Will happily post some results here. The cpu will get a dedicated 560mm Radiator in push pull and the Pascal Titan will get a seperate loop on the other 560mm rad.

from OCUK? I know they are selling binned 5.2ghz 8700k for £799 / $1045


EDIT : ahh you mean this one? https://www.caseking.de/der8auer-core-i7-8700k-5-2-ghz-ultra-edition-cpbu-162.html

its very tempting! tongue.gif
Edited by Asus11 - 10/7/17 at 6:11am
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