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Golden 4.1 Ghz, 4.2Ghz Benchable 1800X - Gauging Interest

I have a golden AMD Ryzen 1800X that can do 4.1 Ghz daily and 4.2 Ghz for benching.
It is currently paired with a Crosshair VI hero and four sticks of 8GB sticks of G.Skill RAM (32GB total).
I have the ram running at 3333 Mhz at 15-15-15-36-78-2T timings.

Basically I have the golden sample of the first generation chips.

I have it under custom water at the moment and daily it at 4.0Ghz. I do this in order to reduce any affect the higher voltage might have on longevity. 4.1Ghz is 24/7 stable as well, just results in more heat and more volts.

For specifically what it is running to achieve those settings:
SOC voltage:
@4.0Ghz: 1.18125
@4.1+Ghz: 1.2

cpu volts:
@4.0Ghz: +.075 : LLC L4
@4.1Ghz: +.1 : LLC L5
@4.2Ghz: +.15 : LLC L5



I am trying to gauge interest. Would anyone want to buy this off of me? I plan on upgrading soon and want to find a good home for it. As far as what price, I think its worth more than a regular 1800X, but I realize that faster chips are available for much cheaper. This would really just be for someone who want the challenge to tweak and tune. I could provide all the settings that I use, but many factors affect stability and you may not get what I can.

I am just trying to judge if this would be worth the hassel of me selling, or if I should find someone local to donate / gift it to.

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include a Prime95 run at the clocks you claim in the FS listing or don't mention how it OCs at all.

otherwise without proof it isn't worth anything more than any other 1700/1800X.

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Quote: Originally Posted by rush2049 View Post
I am trying to gauge interest. Would anyone want to buy this off of me? I plan on upgrading soon and want to find a good home for it. As far as what price, I think its worth more than a regular 1800X, but I realize that faster chips are available for much cheaper. This would really just be for someone who want the challenge to tweak and tune. I could provide all the settings that I use, but many factors affect stability and you may not get what I can.

I am just trying to judge if this would be worth the hassel of me selling, or if I should find someone local to donate / gift it to.
Problem is that even a golden 1800X isn't going to fetch much more because of how cheap the 2700/2700x has gotten, and most of them can do 4.2 all core.

I wouldn't pay more than $120/130 for it.
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Problem is that even a golden 1800X isn't going to fetch much more because of how cheap the 2700/2700x has gotten, and most of them can do 4.2 all core.

I wouldn't pay more than $120/130 for it.
Agreed. (At microcenter [not available to everyone],) You can pickup a 2700X there for ~$175 BNIB and that comes with BL3 or The Outer Worlds AND a decent enough cooler that can be resold if you really don't want it. A 2700 is ~165 after tax there. Can also get a few $$ off of a mobo too.

Selling it for ~$100-130 is still $100+ in your pocket vs. donating it. Makes these first gen Zen chips a hard sell.

On a side note, any reason this wasn't posted in the appraisals section? I keep seeing a lot of posts in the for-sale section talking about offers/not having a listed price (which is against the TOS of the for-sale section).
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Oh, I did not see the appraisal section. I apologize.

It is for sale, but was also wondering if anyone would want it. And I completely understand that its not a value at all.
If I were to sell it to someone I would provide all the stability tests and well documented settings for each performance level.


I enjoyed winning the lottery this time.


Feel free to close thread. Just wanted to put it out there in case anyone wanted it.

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