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post #11 of 315 (permalink) Old 11-17-2018, 11:54 AM
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Nearly 1k for a 9900k 5.1 from silicon lottery lol

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My CPU does 5.1 at around 1.300V is believe.. I haven't tested much yet. Only runned Cinebench a few times. Temps are in the mid 60s.. Thought they said this CPU was smoking hot? lol..
What cooling are you using? It is very hot for a lot of people, try running an AVX stress load like AIDA64 with just FPU checked or RealBench Stress Test for 30 mins and see if it passes and what core temps you get. Maybe take a screenshot with HWinfo64 open to show AVX load voltage (Vcore) and core temps. Sounds like you have a really good sample but Cinebench isn't a proper stress test and it doesn't heat the CPU up as much as the ones mentioned above do. For example on my temporary air cooler Cinebench only heats the CPU up to about 74C on around 24C ambient, but Realbench stress test will hit 95C very quickly. That's a difference of 21C and it pulls around 0.100V more than Cinebench does (on default settings).

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I believe I finally got a pretty stable 9900k at 5.0GHZ with 4 AVX offset at 1.4V with LLC 6. I've been able to run the RealBench stress test for an hour, Cinebench consistantly, and I'm currently running Prime95 blend test with a peak temperature of 83C.

So yeah, not a great overclocker, but I was aiming for 5.0GHz. This is on a H150pro AIO cooler.
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post #14 of 315 (permalink) Old 11-17-2018, 09:27 PM
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Quote: Originally Posted by clucernoni View Post
I believe I finally got a pretty stable 9900k at 5.0GHZ with 4 AVX offset at 1.4V with LLC 6. I've been able to run the RealBench stress test for an hour, Cinebench consistantly, and I'm currently running Prime95 blend test with a peak temperature of 83C.

So yeah, not a great overclocker, but I was aiming for 5.0GHz. This is on a H150pro AIO cooler.
That's information I got about average i9-9900K.
70-80C stress test on default.

Prime95 is not relevant for overclocking of newer processors with 6-8 cores.
Even Silicon Lottery test on Real Bench and AIDA64. Because clocks and voltage they say nothing can stop processor to go on 95C in Prime95.
And average clock for Haswell-E would be 4.2GHz not 4.5GHz if ownerts test them with Prime95. Even best watercooling with 15C water, open Windows, first reaction on Prime95 immediately on start of i7-5960X example on 4.5GHz 1.3V would be 80C ping and max temp is 80C, than would maybe drop but after 2h max would be 95C.

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Some early stats from Silicon Lottery.
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Asus Z390 Maximus XI Extreme.
Asus Z390 Maximus XI Apex.
Asus Z390 Maximus XI Hero.
Intel I9 9900K. C Stepping P0 revision.
Intel I9 9900K. (new) D Stepping R0 revision.
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Quote: Originally Posted by Zammin View Post
What cooling are you using? It is very hot for a lot of people, try running an AVX stress load like AIDA64 with just FPU checked or RealBench Stress Test for 30 mins and see if it passes and what core temps you get. Maybe take a screenshot with HWinfo64 open to show AVX load voltage (Vcore) and core temps. Sounds like you have a really good sample but Cinebench isn't a proper stress test and it doesn't heat the CPU up as much as the ones mentioned above do. For example on my temporary air cooler Cinebench only heats the CPU up to about 74C on around 24C ambient, but Realbench stress test will hit 95C very quickly. That's a difference of 21C and it pulls around 0.100V more than Cinebench does (on default settings).
Can prob. test tomorrow. Don't know the stability of it yet. Can bench and game at 5.2 1.4V, but as mentioned - Stability is a remaining question.

I'm using a custom watercooling loop. MO-RA420 for 1x 1080Ti (undervolted, pulls 200 watt under load OCed) and the 9900K. Dual D5 pumps running at 80% or something. So plenty of cooling.

I think my sample is a bit over average, but nothing spectacular.. Will be testing another 9900K in early december. So we'll see if that's a better sample. My fingers are crossed nonetheless.

EDIT: 1.320V passed 30 mins it seems like. Not too bad.
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I9 9900K - 1080Ti - 16GB DDR4 - Z390 Master - AX1500I - 950 PRO - ROG SWIFT - MO-RA420LT, 2xD5s, IV PRO, EK 1080Ti - Define R5

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Quote: Originally Posted by ThrashZone View Post
Hi,
Nearly 1k for a 9900k 5.1 from silicon lottery lol
That's what my first mind when I read first post. Don't judge before you see what Silicon Lottery treat as good clock.
They sell 5.1GHz stable for all cores for such big price.
Insane completely. First video from german overclocker about i9-9900K destroy whole picture in my head about nice i9-9900K on Maximus XI Gene.

I would avoid him before DDR5 become available. i9-9820X is much better choice but for who...
for owners of i7-4770K and i7-4790K maybe, not us with DDR4 platform.
Buying two processors with similar number of cores with same memory standard is abnormal, that's for ultra rich people who not care about money.

2014-2015-2016 we had nice hardware, Haswell-E, Maxwell, Pascal, every year improvement was good, i7-8700K.
2018 only expensive craps, RTX2080Ti expensive fail 1500 euro some models, RTX2080 weaker than previous generation i9-9900K fail, I expected easy 5.0GHz on default voltage, max 65C stress in Prime95. Now only i9-9820X or we could wait on next generations.

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Whole crap... only 46% 5.0GHz and on 1.300V, guys, these processor fail on 4.9GHz in Prime95, all stable on 5.0GHz.
overheating or errors, that's warranty.
If 14% could reach 5.1GHz tested by Silicon Lottery only half of them could pass Prime95 on 5.0GHz without errors on reasonable temps.
And everything with real watercooling.

I'm glad at least because poor guy who thought he was silicon loser, he is only average owner of Intel 9th Gen 8 core processor with HT.
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Quote: Originally Posted by moorhen2 View Post
Some early stats from Silicon Lottery.
Wow geez, is that lower than the amount of 8700k's that could hit 5Ghz?? I mean I know it's early statistics but wow..

Quote: Originally Posted by GreedyMuffin View Post
Can prob. test tomorrow. Don't know the stability of it yet. Can bench and game at 5.2 1.4V, but as mentioned - Stability is a remaining question.

I'm using a custom watercooling loop. MO-RA420 for 1x 1080Ti (undervolted, pulls 200 watt under load OCed) and the 9900K. Dual D5 pumps running at 80% or something. So plenty of cooling.

I think my sample is a bit over average, but nothing spectacular.. Will be testing another 9900K in early december. So we'll see if that's a better sample. My fingers are crossed nonetheless.

EDIT: 1.320V passed 30 mins it seems like. Not too bad.
Bloody hell nice cooling setup man haha. I was just looking at those MO-RA3 external rads yesterday after I saw Gamers Nexus's video about it. They look epic. Might buy one for a future build.

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Is it weird that my 9900k will do 5.0ghz at 1.264v, but needs 1.360v for 5.1ghz?
When I disable hyper threading I have it passing 15minutes of realbench at 5224Mhz with 1.344vcore

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