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

 
  • 2% (7)
    8350K 4C/4T/$168
  • 11% (31)
    8600K 6C/6T/$257
  • 85% (227)
    8700K 6C/12T/$359
265 Total Votes  
post #781 of 792
Initial tests of the bug patch are trickling in, and it seems the only thing taking a hit at the moment is SSD performance. Although it shows with bench marking programs, it probably won't be noticeable with every day use.

So (at least for the moment) everyone can exhale, and feel good about their awesome Silicon Lottery CPU's. Even if there had been some performance loss, I think I would have been even more happy that I had a solid OCing cpu to make up the difference.

Here are some test results with the 8700k and win 10.......

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Originally Posted by UtopiA View Post

Can someone tell me what uncore SL is running on their 5.1 thru 5.3 bins?

I got mine stable at 5.2 GHz w 4.0 uncore and I want to know where I stand.

We run stock uncore (43/44x as mentioned earlier), but all CPUs I've seen so far should be capable of at least 46x.
post #783 of 792
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Originally Posted by Silicon Lottery View Post

We run stock uncore (43/44x as mentioned earlier), but all CPUs I've seen so far should be capable of at least 46x.

cool thanks for the info.

Also any news about the 8 core version/300 series boards?
post #784 of 792
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Originally Posted by HOPELESSLYFAITH View Post

cool thanks for the info.

Also any news about the 8 core version/300 series boards?

I don't expect to hear anything for another month or two.
post #785 of 792
are these 8700K prices the none inflated ones or are sources still charging more than intel MSRB? I see newegg is still above MSRB last i checked. I did notice in the last week you dropped the 5.2GHz down 10 dollars.
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Originally Posted by HOPELESSLYFAITH View Post

are these 8700K prices the none inflated ones or are sources still charging more than intel MSRB? I see newegg is still above MSRB last i checked. I did notice in the last week you dropped the 5.2GHz down 10 dollars.

We're paying about MSRP at this point, pricing from now on is going to simply be supply/demand.
post #787 of 792
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We're paying about MSRP at this point, pricing from now on is going to simply be supply/demand.

thanks
post #788 of 792

You guys are linking air vs water cooling graphs that have none delided cpus which are limited by the heat transfer of the cpu to the IHS meaning all results are worthless.   If you have a delided cpu or one that's actually solder then you will see water coolers take a large lead. 

 

 

Even my h100i with an delided 8700k at 5.3ghz only gets around 55C max in Cinebench.  

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Originally Posted by Dragonsyph View Post

You guys are linking air vs water cooling graphs that have none delided cpus which are limited by the heat transfer of the cpu to the IHS meaning all results are worthless.   If you have a delided cpu or one that's actually solder then you will see water coolers take a large lead. 


Even my h100i with an delided 8700k at 5.3ghz only gets around 55C max in Cinebench.  

That's an interesting theory. I would love to see the overclocked temperature and noise results of the $88 Noctua NH-D15 air-cooler vs any of the popular AIO water-coolers. I have my doubts about there being any significant difference in temp, but it would be interesting either way.

No need to link comparisons of custom water loops or inferior air-coolers. We all know the results there, delidded or not.
post #790 of 792
All i know is my be quiet drp3 cools much better than my deepcool 240ex.

I think a good tower cooler will across the board best a 240 aio, its only when getting into 280 range and above will water win out.
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