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post #251 of 275 (permalink) Old 10-31-2019, 12:53 AM
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RAM is overclocked for the 5 GHz 9900k, but not for the stock 9900KS. Yes, it matters that much.
You can always retune with the RAM speed you want running on 5GH KS right?

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This should be in the title of this thread if it were possible.
If that doesn't tell you "something"...
lol US is third world for warranties seems, one of the few advantages of the EU dream, or nightmare depending from pov

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lol US is third world for warranties seems, one of the few advantages of the EU dream, or nightmare depending from pov
Nope, that would be developing countries (formerly known as third world countries before political correctness was a thing) who are the worst off. It is truly a nightmare to get any decent warranty service in many countries, including automotive warranties. Entire industries to fix and repair things have sprung up as a result in many developing countries.

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Many! 9900ks in stock here in Norway.
~20% more expensive than Vanilla 9900k.
5200nok VS 6200nok
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Look at all you people with these in stock. I'm sitting here at my Intel office trying to order one discounted and this thing was listed out of stock mere hours after it appeared on the Intel store

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Look at all you people with these in stock. I'm sitting here at my Intel office trying to order one discounted and this thing was listed out of stock mere hours after it appeared on the Intel store

...9900KS also in stock @ caseking.de...90 EURO premium over 'regular' 9900K
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Nope, that would be developing countries (formerly known as third world countries before political correctness was a thing) who are the worst off. It is truly a nightmare to get any decent warranty service in many countries, including automotive warranties. Entire industries to fix and repair things have sprung up as a result in many developing countries.
If you think the warranty service is bad, you should check the premium they charge on computer parts and TVs. Feels very counterintuitive that they impose ludicrous amounts of tax that makes the price three times higher than the US in some cases, whereas the per capita income is orders of magnitude lower than the US.
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1. How much of an overclock should I expect on the KS chips sold by Silicon Lottery?
2. Can a Corsair H115i sufficiently cool a 9900K/KS at 1.3v at an ambient temperature of 25c in a Corsair 680X?
3. Are the overclocks on the Silicon Lottery chips a simple plug and play procedure? Or is there any further calibration/stability testing necessary?

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If you think the warranty service is bad, you should check the premium they charge on computer parts and TVs. Feels very counterintuitive that they impose ludicrous amounts of tax that makes the price three times higher than the US in some cases, whereas the per capita income is orders of magnitude lower than the US.
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3. Are the overclocks on the Silicon Lottery chips a simple plug and play procedure? Or is there any further calibration/stability testing necessary?

Oh man, the cost of hardware in some countries make me cringe. So yea, having paid twice for it, there better be a great warranty. However, I dont care about warranty, imagine frying a CPU because you're inept and crying to $CPU_Manufacturer.

That's like me taking my STG3 mk7 to the dealer after I blew my motor and cry for warranty service.

Now, this is all subjective, there's never been I failure I encountered that wasn't artificially created by me, but i'm honest about it.

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Oh man, the cost of hardware in some countries make me cringe. So yea, having paid twice for it, there better be a great warranty. However, I dont care about warranty, imagine frying a CPU because you're inept and crying to $CPU_Manufacturer.

That's like me taking my STG3 mk7 to the dealer after I blew my motor and cry for warranty service.

Now, this is all subjective, there's never been I failure I encountered that wasn't artificially created by me, but i'm honest about it.
Well, the warranty comes in handy for times when hardware malfunctions for reasons other than botched overclocking attempts. And besides, paying twice/thrice AND not getting much of warranty (if any) is like a lose-lose situation.

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I d'ont understand why the normal 9900k @5GHZ is performing better than the 9900ks which is also runing @5GHZ !
probably is the power limit they have set for PL2/tau?
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