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post #241 of 262 (permalink) Old 06-23-2020, 08:01 PM
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Oh, bummer, that's actually a silicon lottery alright, but a losing one. Still, Microcenter is legit. But people do return stuff there, like I did
with lots of items - however they are marked Open Box, nothing is hidden. It's Intel's production quality. I wanted to make some money as a teenager and went to (re)build a "clean room" for chipset wafers, under strict control, so I know, a spec of dust and you get 5.1Ghz at 1.4v or worse. I was considered a construction worker, but I got enough dough for my bike and knowledge about how clean a sealed dusted clean room is with people rarely walking in in practically hazmat suits... Later I even studied that, but then post-grad switched to a social science profession and never followed this stuff.

It's up to us to buy the clearly marked Open Box items from MC or not. I bought a year ago a 9700k that was OCing to 5.1Ghz at 1.28vcore from them. So, it is luck after all.

I'm already running on a Ryzen 3600x for $190 with a new B450 Tomahawk max for $95 (and an Rx5700"xt") As an occasional gamer that's enough. Intel is an enormous fun in terms of oc for me, but I'll be back to Intel next time[IMG class=inlineimg]/forum/images/smilies/wink.gif[/IMG]

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Oh, bummer, that's actually a silicon lottery alright, but a losing one. So, it is luck after all.
indeed it is, unfortunately

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I'm already running on a Ryzen 3600x for $190 with a new B450 Tomahawk max for $95 (and an Rx5700"xt") As an occasional gamer that's enough.
the other day i just built a pc for a friend with the 3600x+b450 msi+rtx2060(which is equivalent of the 5700xt) for him to game on and at a reasonable price, those are a nice combo for sure.

no problem man!
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wuuuh, you comfy with that voltage? i'd get anxious, that being said, it looks ok if in warzone highest temp was 60c , expected more tbh
Yeah I have dropped back to 5.1 @ 1.355v, will try lower but I am only seeing temps around 52c-55c in game, get the odd spike to 60c

I am thinking with those temps and the chip doing 5.1 I have an ok 10700K overall

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Back with some test results, I got 5.3Ghz to work. It's too hot for any 24/7 stability testing I can pass benchmarks.
Peak temp hit 85c during some back to back runs, usually settles around 80-82c during the run.

VR vout under load was 1.33v, with VID reporting just under 1.36v.

5.4ghz crashed immediately, I didn't want to attempt higher voltages since i'm already out of cooling headroom.

Cooling system is custom loop with a EK supremacy evo block, slim 360mm radiator, D5 res top, and 53cfm fans set to full speed by 65c.

For daily settings im still running at 4.7Ghz all core with full load 1.11 VRVout, 1.13 VID. It tops out at about 60c with these settings, I can keep the fans very quiet.
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Has anyone here got a silicon lottery/delidded 10700K? Just wondering what delid temps look like...

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since ram 4133-4266 is inconsistent as hell.
it does 2x8gb [email protected] easy though.

lets see what else da board can do

prime95 small fft avx 5.0ghz 223amps 1.216v cpu package power 299watts 61c on da vrm



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Has anyone here got a silicon lottery/delidded 10700K? Just wondering what delid temps look like...
You dont need to delid a 10700k
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Just a quick question on my 10700k setup. Is it worth overclocking the Ram from 3600 to 3800 or 4000? I have tried upping to 3800 with a 1.4v and it worked no issues but in terms of real world performance like gaming, is it worth it?
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Has anyone here got a silicon lottery/delidded 10700K? Just wondering what delid temps look like...
I'm working with a 10700K from Silicon Lottery that they delidded. It's overclocked to 5.2GHz. Idle temps in the mid 30's. One-hour RealBench run temps average in the upper 70's, maxing out at 83C.

Ambient: ~27C

AVX Offset: 1
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i7 10700k 5.1ghz 1.3v

So I am relatively new to overclocking but I figured I should at least try it. I managed to reach 5.2ghz but temps were too much at 1.35v all past 90c even with an AVX offset of 1, so i dialed it down back to 5.1 at 1.3v, LLC Auto, Tjmax 100c, where i'd get occasional dips to 90c in blender. I found a guide on YT by SkatterBencher where he managed to get his 10700k at 5.3ghz all core and noticed that he manually changed the Core Turbo ratios for his manual overclock to where he changed the first 2 cores to 5.3 and the rest a step below consecutively. I tried his method and noticed that the Core frequency was only at 5ghz at 1.29v and wasn't showing a 5.3ghz frequency in CoreTemp but temperatures were higher compared to my stable 5.1 oc and LLC level is set to Turbo and Tjmax at 110c. I'm using Prime95 to stress and the gbvrm tool provided by @Falkentyne to get a more accurate reading on Vcore. I have my fans at full blast and increased the ring ratio to 48 on my 5.1ghz oc but had to lower to 47 on the 5.3 turbo oc. I also turned off MCE,Speedstep,Cstates, and the other Gigabyte power saving features and left the cpu upgrade profile to Default.

https://i.ibb.co/QDTXt7d/20200630-011539.jpg 5.1 OC Settings
https://i.ibb.co/5xjtqgn/20200630-011736.jpg 5.1 OC Temps and Voltage

https://i.ibb.co/LJcWv2g/20200630-011502.jpg 5.3 Turbo OC settings
https://i.ibb.co/M9qyMy8/20200630-011512.jpg Core ratio settings
https://i.ibb.co/YyKSX6y/20200630-013412.jpg 5.3 Turbo OC Temps and Voltage


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