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It's really too bad Intel doesn't sell a version of the CPU that doesn't have an IHS installed... For enthusiasts that either want direct die or custom IHS..... The 7700k was easy, but I don't want to risk my 9900k with the solder...

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that's all you need is the tool but you gota make sure its made for 9th gen intel, you can also use that compound it sinks into the solder and you can wipe it away and polish it with flitz polish it will come out shiny silicon every time, the PCB is a lot thicker on the 9900k then previous it makes it less of a risk of damaging the pcb on past cpus. its about 3 times as thick. you couldn't direct die with older cpus because there so small the die wouldn't reach the waterblock.

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i was able to get to 4.9Ghz at 1.465V set to adaptive+offset voltage
Temps stay under 70C most of the time using prime 95, aida 64, etc

I feel pretty good at leaving it at that, i tried 5Ghz but even 1.51V wasnt enough to keep it stable, so i stopped trying, even though heat wasnt an issue.
I got my GTX 1080TI Founders edition OC +175 on core and +685 on the Memory(might push it a bit higher)
I think if i use the method where you adjust the frequency with the gpu voltage i could squeeze a bit more out of it.

Im testing the system for a few days before overclocking my memory!
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your CPU isn't going to last at that voltage.

remind me not to buy any PC parts from you, lol.

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your CPU isn't going to last at that voltage.

remind me not to buy any PC parts from you, lol.
What voltage would you recommend? i know higher voltage degrades the cpu over time, but i heard 1.45 is pretty safe, this voltage isnt much higher as it sits at 1.46 on load and during low load it clocks down the cpu and voltage
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the same voltage I said in post #5

if you would be upset if your CPU degrades any amount, cap it at 1.4v. Short suicide runs where you open CPU-Z save a validation and don't put a load on it is fine at 1.45v but you likely already did some damage if you booted at 1.51v and tried to run Prime95 lol.

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the same voltage I said in post #5

if you would be upset if your CPU degrades any amount, cap it at 1.4v. Short suicide runs where you open CPU-Z save a validation and don't put a load on it is fine at 1.45v but you likely already did some damage if you booted at 1.51v and tried to run Prime95 lol.
I never got it to boot at 1.51 so i didnt run any tests at that voltage, i imagine id be replacing this cpu within 2-3 years, as its starting to show its age a bit as is now, i might continue at this voltage, ive read dozens of forum posts with some people saying they run at a high voltage fine for a few years, and others saying not to but without experience in doing so, so may as well find out myself so i know in the future with a newer cpu what is safe and not.
If over time i have to lower the overclock, thats fine.

Is it worth overclocking the Ring Ratio?

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Anyone? does overclocking the ring ratio provide any gaming performance benefit?

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As far as overclocking the uncore, this video showed it can make a difference going from 4.0 to 4.8 Ghz.:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_c...ature=emb_logo
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