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post #21 of 28 (permalink) Old 02-18-2019, 11:46 PM - 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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