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matters for people who like to bench.
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@ThePOOK I seen you do this many times before. Your worse than me when it comes to **** posting and I used to do A LOT of ****posting. I'm sure you are miserable deep down inside just like I am, but you still need to be taught a lesson.

Everyone has their own prerogative. Sometimes we like to bench. Sometimes we are trying to grind through hours of tuning and no matter what the results are, if it ain't stable we don't want it. Let people do as they please, it's their ****, let them enjoy themselves. Don't be that guy that walks into a party that complains about how he hates parties or that the party isn't his preferred way of partying. If you don't like what the user posted, just scroll past. Nobody likes that guy and nobody wants to be around that guy. Don't be that guy.


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See, Intel says up to 1.52v is perfectly safe lol

https://www.intel.com/content/www/us...rocessors.html
Lol thanks for the support feedback! The dark seems to be a pretty sweet board yea?? I tried 1.39-1.400 vcore and got it to boot into windows @5.6 but it wouldn’t even pass the cpuz validation lol. Needs more V and I’m too chicken. It’s funny because the 9900ks showed up and I don’t even want to play with it

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Lol thanks for the support feedback! The dark seems to be a pretty sweet board yea?? I tried 1.39-1.400 vcore and got it to boot into windows @5.6 but it wouldn’t even pass the cpuz validation lol. Needs more V and I’m too chicken. It’s funny because the 9900ks showed up and I don’t even want to play with it
You got one to use one to burn right? Crank er up

Here is my science experiment, just have to be careful of the radiator when i vacuum, also the tube when i turn the light off
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Lmao @Hydroplane good lord. I like it because 90% of it could leak and not hit anything important.

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lmao, lots of extra water in that loop with the 70 feet of soft tubing.

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@ThePOOK I seen you do this many times before. Your worse than me when it comes to **** posting and I used to do A LOT of ****posting. I'm sure you are miserable deep down inside just like I am, but you still need to be taught a lesson.

Everyone has their own prerogative. Sometimes we like to bench. Sometimes we are trying to grind through hours of tuning and no matter what the results are, if it ain't stable we don't want it. Let people do as they please, it's their ****, let them enjoy themselves. Don't be that guy that walks into a party that complains about how he hates parties or that the party isn't his preferred way of partying. If you don't like what the user posted, just scroll past. Nobody likes that guy and nobody wants to be around that guy. Don't be that guy.


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I thought he was responding to OP asking if he had good silicon.. Can we classify it as a golden sample if it can post or pass cinebench at 5.5 but only be stable at 5-5.2ghz ? Noone would go to silicon lotto for example and buy a CPU that "can do 5.5ghz at 1.3v in uncommon cinebench runs".. just how i saw it

Either way it is showing itself to be a fine chip for benching

Why is everyone so miserable?


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Lmao @Hydroplane good lord. I like it because 90% of it could leak and not hit anything important.


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lmao, lots of extra water in that loop with the 70 feet of soft tubing.
It's actually hard tubing, well polyethylene, hence why the turn radius is 4 feet Needed to withstand alcohol without melting lol

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See, Intel says up to 1.52v is perfectly safe lol

https://www.intel.com/content/www/us...rocessors.html
Intel doesn't say that.
You forgot about the loadline. 1.52v may be safe at ZERO AMPS, but it's sure as hell NOT safe at 190 amps.

I also need to state that they no longer state what is a SAFE voltage anymore, or rather safe settings. A safe voltage is part of a "functional limit".
They removed functional limits from their datasheets.

I asked them awhile ago what the functional limits are for a 9900k (what voltages/amps, etc) and they said that information is under NDA. But temps seem to affect this according to that interview they did with tomshardware?

That 1.52v is based on NOT using anything but their own default loadline calibration, and assuming their amps limit isn't bypassed either (on that curve).
If you want to take the red pill, we even have to throw in turbo boost ratios and time left at turbo boost into the mix as chips are not supposed to be left running at their max turbo ratios either But we always leave that out.

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@ThePOOK I seen you do this many times before. Your worse than me when it comes to **** posting and I used to do A LOT of ****posting. I'm sure you are miserable deep down inside just like I am, but you still need to be taught a lesson.

Everyone has their own prerogative. Sometimes we like to bench. Sometimes we are trying to grind through hours of tuning and no matter what the results are, if it ain't stable we don't want it. Let people do as they please, it's their ****, let them enjoy themselves. Don't be that guy that walks into a party that complains about how he hates parties or that the party isn't his preferred way of partying. If you don't like what the user posted, just scroll past. Nobody likes that guy and nobody wants to be around that guy. Don't be that guy.


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Thanks for teaching me a lesson.

If I am also allowed to teach a lesson then I think you mean you're miserable, not your miserable.

Sorry you're miserable, though.

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matters for people who like to bench.

I like to bench too, but I don't hang on to hardware because it's slightly above average silicon when I'm done benching though.

OP is on ambient cooling and is not chasing HWBOT points anyway, that's not the question he's asking.

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matters for people who like to bench.
My whole computer is a bench [IMG class=inlineimg]/forum/images/smilies/smile.gif[/IMG]
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