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

 
  • 2% (5)
    8350K 4C/4T/$168
  • 12% (28)
    8600K 6C/6T/$257
  • 85% (197)
    8700K 6C/12T/$359
230 Total Votes  
post #121 of 545
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Originally Posted by Silicon Lottery View Post

Asrock is releasing BIOS updates now to address the droop issue. Any of the boards here and you should be set: https://siliconlottery.com/pages/intel-coffee-lake

Hey I'm just curious why the Gigabyte Z370 Gaming 7 isn't listed , OCUK lists it as a good board tongue.gif
post #122 of 545
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Originally Posted by Silicon Lottery View Post

Asrock is releasing BIOS updates now to address the droop issue. Any of the boards here and you should be set: https://siliconlottery.com/pages/intel-coffee-lake

would you be willing to sell top tear motherboard with top tier binned chips as a set? You test a MB and CPU and sell them as a set as working under X Specs lol?

We have PMed extensively and you know how cursed i am lol. And i am far more cursed than our PMs allude to lol...you have no idea hahah.

A fair price with a none glitched MB with a binned CPU would mean a lot to me since everything i buy is broken as frack lol. Biggest geek in the world never can buy a none glitched product TT

In the last 5 years i buy i highest rated and quality stuff and the crap still glitches or has weird ass issues TT


Networking is the worst thing ever for me roflopter
Edited by HOPELESSLYFAITH - 10/17/17 at 9:58pm
post #123 of 545
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Originally Posted by CallsignVega View Post

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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Originally Posted by UtopiA View Post

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...
Crap my bad I mean $550 not $450. But still hoping for about the 550-600 price range
post #124 of 545
give me one at 5.3ghz under 1.4v pls thanks lottery!
post #125 of 545
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Originally Posted by Mysticial View Post

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.

Yeah, we're binning 7980XEs in the realm of 1.10V-1.162V because of this.
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Originally Posted by AlphaC View Post

Hey I'm just curious why the Gigabyte Z370 Gaming 7 isn't listed , OCUK lists it as a good board tongue.gif

We just haven't validated it ourselves at this point, doesn't mean it isn't a good board.
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Originally Posted by HOPELESSLYFAITH View Post

would you be willing to sell top tear motherboard with top tier binned chips as a set? You test a MB and CPU and sell them as a set as working under X Specs lol?

We have PMed extensively and you know how cursed i am lol. And i am far more cursed than our PMs allude to lol...you have no idea hahah.

A fair price with a none glitched MB with a binned CPU would mean a lot to me since everything i buy is broken as frack lol. Biggest geek in the world never can buy a none glitched product TT

In the last 5 years i buy i highest rated and quality stuff and the crap still glitches or has weird ass issues TT


Networking is the worst thing ever for me roflopter

Unfortunately this is outside the realm of what we offer. Who's to say a board we pick out couldn't also start having issues down the line? It'd probably be best to just purchase a board from an authorized seller and take advantage of the manufacturers warranty if needed.
post #126 of 545
I heard the DHL courier knowing the additional shipping costs, VAT and customs duties should know about the size of the package and the weight for an i8700k (the weight I think is similar to the already available 8350k processor)
Obviously, to decide on the purchase, I must first have this information
post #127 of 545
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Originally Posted by digix View Post

I heard the DHL courier knowing the additional shipping costs, VAT and customs duties should know about the size of the package and the weight for an i8700k (the weight I think is similar to the already available 8350k processor)
Obviously, to decide on the purchase, I must first have this information

Replied to your PM.
post #128 of 545
Looks like 8600K ETA pushed forward to 10/31. Hopefully the opposite for 8700K biggrin.gif
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
Intel Core i7-8700K ASUS Maximus X Apex EVGA GTX 1080 Ti GSkill Trident Z - 16GB 
Hard DriveCoolingMonitorKeyboard
Samsung 960 PRO - 512GB XSPC RX360 V3 Dell AW2518H Corsair K70 RGB 
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PRIME Ultra 1000 Titanium DimasTech EasyXL SteelSeries Rival 300 AKG K7XX 
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Intel Core i7-8700K ASUS Maximus X Apex EVGA GTX 1080 Ti GSkill Trident Z - 16GB 
Hard DriveCoolingMonitorKeyboard
Samsung 960 PRO - 512GB XSPC RX360 V3 Dell AW2518H Corsair K70 RGB 
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post #129 of 545
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Originally Posted by VeritronX View Post


I would go for the Strix or Aorus personally.
Possibly, but you have to watch out if going higher than 3200 / 3466 with these platforms, the motherboards crank up some of the secondary voltages to do higher than 3466mhz ram and that leads to higher cpu temps and possible degradation of the memory controller in the chip over time. I'd highly recommend getting a 3200C14 kit.. they can also do 3466C15 almost guaranteed.


How much does CAS impact performance?  ie, how much faster is CAS14 than CAS16 on 3200GHz RAM?

post #130 of 545
Quite much.
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7700k 5.0 @1.30 target Asus Z270 Apex Asus Geforce 1080 Strix A0G G.Skill TridentZ RGB 3600@? 
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Sandisc Extreme pro 480GB WD Red 4TB Cryorig A80 Windows 10 Pro 
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7700k 5.0 @1.30 target Asus Z270 Apex Asus Geforce 1080 Strix A0G G.Skill TridentZ RGB 3600@? 
Hard DriveHard DriveCoolingOS
Sandisc Extreme pro 480GB WD Red 4TB Cryorig A80 Windows 10 Pro 
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Benq BL3200PT 1440p Corsair HX850i To be decided Mionix Naos 5000 
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