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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% (217)
    8700K 6C/12T/$359
253 Total Votes  
post #51 of 703
GamerNexus topped out at 4.9GHz and 1.4v delidded with CONDUCTONAUT. :|
post #52 of 703
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Originally Posted by mouacyk View Post

GamerNexus topped out at 4.9GHz and 1.4v delidded with CONDUCTONAUT. :|
Some retailers are selling 5.2 bins. GN got a dud, perhaps.
post #53 of 703
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Originally Posted by mouacyk View Post

GamerNexus topped out at 4.9GHz and 1.4v delidded with CONDUCTONAUT. :|

I only watched/read a hand full of reviews, but I think all of their chips were capable of 5.1 to 5.2 without delid. I hadn't seen GN, but if it topped out at 4.9 I would say they definitely had a dud.
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post #54 of 703
Store page says ETA October 20th, by the way.
It was updated at some point.

https://siliconlottery.com/collections/lga-1151

It also seems Kaby Lake was pulled.
post #55 of 703
Reviewers are typically sent top level binned chips. I think GN just received a more typical consumer model, instead of the binned reviewer chip.

The same thing happened with skylake-x. OC3D TV was having no problems overclocking the skylake-x chips he got from Intel.

Then he went out and bought one from a local retailer, and it was a HOT mess of overheating and OC problems.

That is the reason my new systems cpu will be coming from here.
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post #56 of 703
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Reviewers are typically sent top level binned chips. I think GN just received a more typical consumer model, instead of the binned reviewer chip.

Great points, I had a similar experience with my 6700k, just a dud overclocker, I’m being patient for this release. Coupled with what you mentioned it’s important to watch some more testing of the mobos that the chips are being tested on. I have seen some pretty negative revoews on the new z370 gigabyte and msi boards, asus seems to have it more dialed in. Waiting to see the best board to pair with a binned chip from silicon lottery.

The same thing happened with skylake-x. OC3D TV was having no problems overclocking the skylake-x chips he got from Intel.

Then he went out and bought one from a local retailer, and it was a HOT mess of overheating and OC problems.

That is the reason my new systems cpu will be coming from here.
post #57 of 703
Can you give us a ballpark idea of what the 8700ks will run? I know you said the 359.99 price is just their as a place holder, so what kind of ballpark can we expect? Like starting at 380+ depending on how high they bin? Interested in attempting to delid on my own, but if I can get an 8700k already delidded for what I would spend to do it my self, then I would definitely want to purchase one from SL instead. The fact that you offer a year warranty speak volumes, we definitely make me feel more comfortable then doing it myself knowing it will void my intel warranty
post #58 of 703
Probably at least a $200 premium for the highest binned chip.
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post #59 of 703
$600: Non-delidded 7820X vs delidded 8700K?
post #60 of 703
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Why do you care if your cpu is at 50 or 70c ? Why does it matter ? Just push it as far as it will go, while adding adequate cooling, the end.
I just wanted to second your sentiment here. All things being the same except a core frequency and voltage...whatever brings 70c will out preform 50. No phase change etc. More power to those looking for less performance and cooler temps, but like you, I can't fathom why this is desirable.
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