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I have purchased from them several times back when they did use Realbench, no stability issues period, they used Realbench because we the OCN community requested that stress test to be used, so doing what your customer requests is a bad thing? So according to you my 7700K is unstable yet have not had any stability issues since January when I purchased from SL.
ah no wonder you are so protective.

several times.. they started biz since 4790k.. so 3 times??
4790-6700-7700k?? (assuming z platform)

i am always a skeptic. especially when u see debauer sells at max 5.2ghz and that dude i trust.
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ah no wonder you are so protective.

several times.. they started biz since 4790k.. so 3 times??
4790-6700-7700k?? (assuming z platform)

i am always a skeptic. especially when u see debauer sells at max 5.2ghz and that dude i trust.
Im not being protective as you put it, but what you stated was factually wrong bottom line, why cant you just admit that?
Edited by scracy - 11/24/17 at 12:02am
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Im not being protective as you put it, but what you stated was factually wrong bottom line, why cant you just admit that?
tsk tsk tsk. i aint gonna parade arnd my history as a stability nut ..

but its always pointless talking to a person
1. after all this post u cannot even state their current testing suite.
2. they been using rb right up to the x299 i7 /i9 screw up which then they change it to "rigorous" . you claimed they havent used it for 6months.. err do u know when they started selling x299 cpus..which is y no 3 is confirmed.
3.u are defending your purchase but dont seem to know it.

again you fail to see the point. can u guarantee a 5ghz avx offset 0 1.2v cpu from silicon lottery binning. thats the golden cpu right there. the cpu ppl are willing to throw money at.
Edited by cstkl1 - 11/24/17 at 12:11am
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tsk tsk tsk. i aint gonna parade arnd my accomplisments as a stability nut ..

but its always pointless talking to a person
1. after all this post u cannot even state their current testing suite.
2. they been using rb right up to the x299 i7 /i9 screw up which then they change it to "rigorous" . you claimed they havent used it for 6months.. err do u know when they started selling x299 cpus..which is y no 3 is confirmed.
3.u are defending your purchase but dont seem to know it.

again you fail to see the point. can u guarantee a 5ghz avx offset 0 1.2v cpu from silicon lottery binning. thats the golden cpu right there. the cpu ppl are willing to throw money at.
1. SL dont state exactly how they stress test for business reasons, thats up to them and their customers.
2. I think they changed it just prior to X299 but since I have no interest in X299 I dont know for sure, they changed to their own testing methodology not long after I purchased mine in January.
3. When you run a custom hardline loop binning your own chips is just not practical so buying a binned chip from SL, Caseking, Overclockers U.K or another OCN member makes perfect sense.
Im happy with my purchase as are many other forum members here, but spreading the wrong information by you is wrong yet you cannot admit when you are...whatever dude.
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1. SL dont state exactly how they stress test for business reasons, thats up to them and their customers.
2. I think they changed it just prior to X299 but since I have no interest in X299 I dont know for sure, they changed to their own testing methodology not long after I purchased mine in January.
3. When you run a custom hardline loop binning your own chips is just not practical so buying a binned chip from SL, Caseking, Overclockers U.K or another OCN member makes perfect sense.
Im happy with my purchase as are many other forum members here, but spreading the wrong information by you is wrong yet you cannot admit when you are...whatever dude.
dude you are totally defending your purchase rather than SL.
I guess SL market is ppl like yourself.
good job.

You have no clue on how to bin cpu. Most of us do it with just aircoolers and now aio. and later on fan on da vrm and better ram for imc binning. hwbot guys goes even a step further with mobo and ram slot binning. its all done on air.

you actually accept your no1 and made up a statement to defend their decision
no. 2 you not even aware but choose to ignore it as it infringes on your beliefs

speechless.

btw what wrong information did i spread??
Edited by cstkl1 - 11/24/17 at 12:30am
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You're comparing SL binned processors that they warranty at that frequency for 100% stability to two screenshots of Cinebench with what appears to be sub 16c (60f) ambient temps...or a water chiller.

OMG! Use "winter cooler" blushsmiley.gif

fred.jpg

c15_5480_mini.jpg
Edited by Xevi - 11/24/17 at 1:16am
post #207 of 467
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Originally Posted by cstkl1 View Post

dude you are totally defending your purchase rather than SL.
I guess SL market is ppl like yourself.
good job.

You have no clue on how to bin cpu. Most of us do it with just aircoolers and now aio. and later on fan on da vrm and better ram for imc binning. hwbot guys goes even a step further with mobo and ram slot binning. its all done on air.

you actually accept your no1 and made up a statement to defend their decision
no. 2 you not even aware but choose to ignore it as it infringes on your beliefs

speechless.

btw what wrong information did i spread??
That fact that you stated silicon lottery use Realbench to bin which they dont! and instead of saying something like "my bad" and leave it at that you had to carry on with an unnecessary argument. Then insult me by saying i dont know how to bin a CPU and by doing so made it personal. All I said was that you got your facts wrong, nothing more!
Edited by scracy - 11/24/17 at 1:57am
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OMG! Use "winter cooler" blushsmiley.gif

fred.jpg

c15_5480_mini.jpg

What the hell ! What is that thing, a car radiator ?thinking.gif
Nice clocks though.
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What the hell ! What is that thing, a car radiator ?thinking.gif
Nice clocks though.

FOTO.jpg

MO-RA3 420 PRO
http://shop.watercool.de/MO-RA3-420-PRO-stainless-steel/en

it is a jewel wubsmiley.gif
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FOTO.jpg

MO-RA3 420 PRO
http://shop.watercool.de/MO-RA3-420-PRO-stainless-steel/en

it is a jewel wubsmiley.gif
Now thats what I would call a serious water cooling setup thumb.gif
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