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Poll Results: Which SKU are you interested in purchasing from Silicon Lottery?

 
  • 2% (6)
    8350K 4C/4T/$168
  • 11% (30)
    8600K 6C/6T/$257
  • 85% (216)
    8700K 6C/12T/$359
252 Total Votes  
post #111 of 694
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Originally Posted by Silicon Lottery View Post

Expect around 1.5-2 weeks of downtime assuming standard post/priority mail both ways. Delid if you want more thermal headroom to allow you to push voltages further.

Thanks for the reply, i think i will do it around the winter holidays then, the results should be the same as new right?
post #112 of 694
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by acewinters View Post

Awesome a wide selection too. Also super quick reply, you guys are awesome. Looking forward to getting a chip soon, but I have a quick question you might not be able to answer at the moment, but can we hope to see a 5.2ghz 8700k cpu under $450?

Sorry, we'll have pricing available at launch. We need more data internally to set prices.
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Originally Posted by Champo View Post

Thanks for the reply, i think i will do it around the winter holidays then, the results should be the same as new right?

I'm not sure I understand your question here exactly.
post #113 of 694
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Originally Posted by Silicon Lottery View Post

Sorry, we'll have pricing available at launch. We need more data internally to set prices.
I'm not sure I understand your question here exactly.

the voltage for 8350k you listed for different frequency is quite high. do you think its just the worst case scenario usage? ie avx workload, p95 full stress test at voltage higher than needed just in case is that how SL rates the voltage for chips or the bare minimum.

also another question, 14% of 8350k can hit 5.2ghz or greater, are there any chips can do 5.3ghz maybe 1-2% could but not listed as an option.
post #114 of 694
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by unityole View Post

the voltage for 8350k you listed for different frequency is quite high. do you think its just the worst case scenario usage? ie avx workload, p95 full stress test at voltage higher than needed just in case is that how SL rates the voltage for chips or the bare minimum.

also another question, 14% of 8350k can hit 5.2ghz or greater, are there any chips can do 5.3ghz maybe 1-2% could but not listed as an option.

I mean you're right, only under the most stressful scenarios is the voltage we list required. As we're aiming for complete stability, we have to leave some headroom in.

We didn't have any hit 5.3.
post #115 of 694
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Originally Posted by Silicon Lottery View Post

I mean you're right, only under the most stressful scenarios is the voltage we list required. As we're aiming for complete stability, we have to leave some headroom in.

We didn't have any hit 5.3.

so what would you consider as heaviest workload? also if the voltage you listed includes heaviest load, why would avx be an additional -2?
post #116 of 694
How is the degradation at 1.45v? Seems high
post #117 of 694
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by unityole View Post

so what would you consider as heaviest workload? also if the voltage you listed includes heaviest load, why would avx be an additional -2?

Heaviest SSE load for the frequency listed, such as P95 26.6. And also a heavy AVX load like linpack for an AVX load.
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Originally Posted by kingduqc View Post

How is the degradation at 1.45v? Seems high

Shouldn't be a problem over a typical life of the chip. We also offer our warranty so you could swap it out if you notice degradation. The only degradation I've witnessed over the years is from too much current being pulled, and at 1.45V these quads aren't pulling dangerous levels of current.
post #118 of 694
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Originally Posted by Silicon Lottery View Post

The only degradation I've witnessed over the years is from too much current being pulled, and at 1.45V these quads aren't pulling dangerous levels of current.

That might be useful to tell the 7980XE people. Since I imagine all of them with custom water to be pulling 500W+. This shouldn't be a problem for the casual gamers who leave the chip idle most of the time. But definitely those on folding projects.
post #119 of 694
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Originally Posted by acewinters View Post

Awesome a wide selection too. Also super quick reply, you guys are awesome. Looking forward to getting a chip soon, but I have a quick question you might not be able to answer at the moment, but can we hope to see a 5.2ghz 8700k cpu under $450?

Only $60 more for 5.2 GHz? I hope you aren't serious. SL wouldn't be in business with that business case. wink.gif
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8700K @ 5.23 GHz ASUS ROG Strix Z370-I Titan V @ 1942 MHz G.Skill TridentZ 16GB 3514 MHz CL14 1T 
Hard DriveOSMonitorKeyboard
Samsung 960 Pro - 1TB Windows 10 Pro Asus PG27VQ 27" Curved 165Hz G-Sync Razer BlackWidow TE Stealth Chroma 
PowerMouseAudioAudio
Corsair AX1500i 1500W Titanium Logitech G403 Denon AVR-X7200WA Elac BS 312 Speakers 
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Sennheiser HD-700 Headphones Velodyne MiniVee Subwoofer Buttkicker LFE Razer Orbweaver Stealth Chroma 
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post #120 of 694
Look at other binned stores for an idea.
5.2 will be $600 but that's my educated guess. Anything less will be a pleasant surprise for me...
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