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Good 9900k sample?

Howdy 9900k veterans out there,

Is this a good 9900k sample to be purchased?


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On a scale from 1 to 10?
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Quote: Originally Posted by Melodist View Post
On a scale from 1 to 10?
9.5 because mine does 5GHz all core fixed voltage at 1.224v as reported by VROUT. 1.248v is very good, but because we are not seeing VROUT in the screenshot, it's hard to believe 1.248v is its true voltage. Some boards have been known to apply a true +0.100mv (so real would be 1.348v), but report less in software. This particular CPU is also pushing 32GB of DDR4, which justifies its slightly higher voltage also.

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Quote: Originally Posted by mouacyk View Post
9.5 because mine does 5GHz all core fixed voltage at 1.224v as reported by VROUT. 1.248v is very good, but because we are not seeing VROUT in the screenshot, it's hard to believe 1.248v is its true voltage. Some boards have been known to apply a true +0.100mv (so real would be 1.348v), but report less in software. This particular CPU is also pushing 32GB of DDR4, which justifies its slightly higher voltage also.
Pretty sure asus uses the vr out pin for their "vcore" reading.
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Quote: Originally Posted by mouacyk View Post
9.5 because mine does 5GHz all core fixed voltage at 1.224v as reported by VROUT. 1.248v is very good, but because we are not seeing VROUT in the screenshot, it's hard to believe 1.248v is its true voltage. Some boards have been known to apply a true +0.100mv (so real would be 1.348v), but report less in software. This particular CPU is also pushing 32GB of DDR4, which justifies its slightly higher voltage also.
So the CPU the guy is selling is running approximately, depending on the stresstest, 100mv lower at 5 GHz than yours?!?

I'm going to return mine, I have the 14 days return thing still going. The best I can do is 1.24 volts at 4.8 GHz :*(
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Quote: Originally Posted by hickelpickle View Post
Pretty sure asus uses the vr out pin for their "vcore" reading.
Wasn't it actually an Asus board that was under-reporting the true voltage, that's why this was brought up in the 9900K owner's thread in the first place?

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5 GHz at 1.163 Vcore, that's excellent. I'll swap you for mine

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Quote: Originally Posted by Luck100 View Post
5 GHz at 1.163 Vcore, that's excellent. I'll swap you for mine
Do you think the upcoming 9900ks will exceed in that matter?
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It's good if you can do 5.3ghz +

5ghz is boring, so try higher. Then post back

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