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post #21 of 32 (permalink) Old 02-19-2019, 12:46 AM - Thread Starter
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Looks good. How'd you get all the glue stuff off? Mine always has a little outline or discoloration of some kind. Not enough to matter but yours looks much nicer lol.
I used a razerblade to get the bulk of it off. A toothpick to get in the corners on the IHS. And a combination of acetone and goo gone to get rid of all the left over residue using q-tips and paper towel. I'm a little bit anal lol.
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CPU 4 after delid

8086K 5.2GHz 1.32V 24 hours prime blend stable!

A nice upgrade from my 2600K 5.0GHz 1.35V
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I;ve only had 1 8086 but ive had like 6 8700ks. To be honest its such marketing to me given results I see online. My best chip thus far has been a 8700k that does 5.3 @ near 1.4v ish
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These 8086Ks were only $20 CAD more than 8700K.

I agree at the regular price they were definitely not worth it.

I'm happy with my chip though. I haven't done long term testing at 5.4GHz but it passed every test I through at it so far.
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Quote: Originally Posted by Bun-Bun View Post
These 8086Ks were only $20 CAD more than 8700K.

I agree at the regular price they were definitely not worth it.
The 8086k are binned 8700k. Older 8700k could reach higher/same.

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The 8086k are binned 8700k. Older 8700k could reach higher/same.
"could" being the key word. I haven't had a single 8086K that couldn't hit 5.1GHz. I'm ok with a $20 price premium for a binned chip. I wish I could do the same with monitors. Panel lottery sucks.

Prime blend now 56 hours 5.2GHz 1.32V. I am happy with that result.
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I do agree with your choice, and let's not talk about monitors :/

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I like the 8086 chips, just ordered a 9900k also.
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So, I revisted this little experiment.

I was looking over the numbers, and my 3rd chip was running on average ~10°C hotter than the 4th chip before delidding. And yet was performing about the same. Also, when it did crash it was just errors in tests instead of hardlocks and BSODs where the 4th chip I had lots of hardlocks and BSODs during testing.

Thought to myself, maybe it was an esspecially bad TIM application on the die?

So I delidded it! And yup! Where I gained 15-20°C cooler temps on the 4th chip I gained 30-35°C cooler temps on the 3rd chip after delidding. Die was making poor contact with the heatspreader.

The stability tests are showing the results as well. I went straight for full AVX testing this time. 8 hours of OCCT Small.

4th chip (the one I delidded before)
5.0GHz @ 1.33V
5.1GHz @ 1.43V

3rd chip
5.0GHz @ 1.28V
5.1GHz @ 1.35V
5.2GHz @ 1.46V (hottest core hit 86!)
And is easily bench/game stable at 5.3GHz with 1.35-1.38V

Glad I looked at this again. I know for sure which chip I am keeping now.
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8086K 5.5 1.375 R20 Room 23c
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