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Hasn't been delided yet, but needs quite a bit of voltage for 5.1Ghz and so fourth. So I guess it's a 5Ghz 24/7 chip, when delidded.
    
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Hmm this is not good...
I think mine becomes better everyday smile.gif
Now can trow all into it @5340Mhz


Edited by DStealth - 11/19/17 at 1:30am
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Hmm this is not good...
I think mine becomes better everyday smile.gif
Now can trow all into it @5340Mhz


So... A wild guess, that this chip ended up been better than the previous one?(you know which one) biggrin.gif

Or... Not yet... tongue.gif
Edited by Koniakki - 11/19/17 at 6:52am
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I am using the new Antc Mercury M360 AIO on my 8600K, thought I would try it as it was cost effective and a tripple rad AOI. Works absolutly perfectly keeping my 8600K overclocked at 4.8GHz with mid 20's Degrees C at idle and max 60 degrees C at load with Prime 95 v26.6, RealBench and Intel XTU...Quiet surprised at how well it performs though I did change the fans to the Corsair HD RGB fans..Very quiet even at load.

Have to admit, very impressed with the 8600K, it just works fast out of the box and does not require to much vcore, currently maxes out at 1.279v for the 4.8Ghz overclock...The 8600K is running with 16GB of Corsair Vengeance 3000Mhz Ram on a Gigabyte Ultra Gaming..and with regards to the Ultra Gaming VRM's, I have had no problems on VRM temps as they max out in gaming mid to high 60's and P95 v26.6 at 70 to 80 degrees
Edited by vMax65 - 11/19/17 at 2:39am
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The 8700k is very impressive. The chip matches or beats my 1680 V2 8 core, while only being 6 cores In many applications. The overall system feels snappier like some have said. My NVMe 750 Intel is faster, my TX P is faster at the same clocks. 1680 v2 just feels slow now(4.5GHz), I'll still have a soft spot for it though.wubsmiley.gif

Very happy with my purchase even though I only have an average clocker. When supplies replenish, I'll buy another 8700k and try my luck with the silicon lottery. I do have an x299 board and quad 3200MHz ram just sitting, so I might just hand this z370 platform to my son and move x299(7980XE).
    
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The 8700k is very impressive. The chip matches or beats my 1680 V2 8 core, while only being 6 cores In many applications. The overall system feels snappier like some have said. My NVMe 750 Intel is faster, my TX P is faster at the same clocks. 1680 v2 just feels slow now(4.5GHz), I'll still have a soft spot for it though.wubsmiley.gif

Very happy with my purchase even though I only have an average clocker. When supplies replenish, I'll buy another 8700k and try my luck with the silicon lottery. I do have an x299 board and quad 3200MHz ram just sitting, so I might just hand this z370 platform to my son and move x299(7980XE).

Your son is going to be very happy!!!!biggrin.gif
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So... A wild guess, that this chip ended up been better than the previous one?(you know which one) biggrin.gif

Or... Not yet... tongue.gif
This is something I could not say...the previous one needs 1.38v to bench near 5300 w/o delid....with delid would be probably ends being faster.
But for the moment the new one is pushing good very cold 5300+@1.47v XTU and RB2.56 are in mid 60's thumb.gif



Lol 5360Mhz 3dmark just finished ...GPU not good but this combined and CPU scores are ridiculous for 6 core CPU
Physics Score 24 485
Combined Score 13 311
https://www.3dmark.com/3dm/23405840
Edited by DStealth - 11/19/17 at 4:49am
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This is something I could not say...the previous one needs 1.38v to bench near 5300 w/o delid....with delid would be probably ends being faster.
But for the moment the new one is pushing good very cold 5300+@1.47v XTU and RB2.56 are in mid 60's thumb.gif



Lol 5360Mhz 3dmark just finished ...GPU not good but this combined and CPU scores are ridiculous for 6 core CPU
Physics Score 24 485
Combined Score 13 311
https://www.3dmark.com/3dm/23405840

DS every other day, I see a new post that you went even higher! I'm sure next week we will see 5.5GHz! biggrin.gif

Glad you are having fun and even if its not "as" good, it's a hell of a chip! Enjoy! thumb.gif


P.S: Can't wait for mine to arrive after seeing all the fun you guys are having! tongue.gif
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The 8700k is very impressive. The chip matches or beats my 1680 V2 8 core, while only being 6 cores In many applications. The overall system feels snappier like some have said. My NVMe 750 Intel is faster, my TX P is faster at the same clocks. 1680 v2 just feels slow now(4.5GHz), I'll still have a soft spot for it though.wubsmiley.gif

Very happy with my purchase even though I only have an average clocker. When supplies replenish, I'll buy another 8700k and try my luck with the silicon lottery. I do have an x299 board and quad 3200MHz ram just sitting, so I might just hand this z370 platform to my son and move x299(7980XE).


I think what I'd do is buy 3 CPUs from 3 different retailers keep the best overclocker sell the remaining 2 thumb.gif

im tempted with the 8700k too but ive got a decent setup with the 6700k still, if they had a better ITX board id consider it ... as much as I like the APEX I think if I went back to normal ATX / EATX it would probably be x299 tongue.gif
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I looked it up and the 4 core i7 7700k does better than the 6 core Ryzen.tongue.gif

There is a reason I said Ryzen 5 1500X vs 1600. Are you that naive? The question was 4 cores vs 6 cores, or more specifically games' ability to benefit from 6 cores over 4. Comparing the i7 7700k to Ryzen 5 has too many other factors such as completely different architecture, cache, and frequency range. You will probably then think to compare the i7 7700k to the 8700k but even that does not satisfy the question since the 8700k has more cache, and modern games like that added L3 cache.
My original question was what games benefit with 6 cores compared to i7 7700K, get it strait.rolleyes.gif
Edited by wingman99 - 11/19/17 at 8:15pm
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