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Hi, all! Since Kaby Lake, the good-average chip will do 5ghz at 1.35vcore under load benchmark stable. Does anyone here own a 10900k that requires more than that? Not necessarily for p95 avx stability or something excessive.
The worst 8700k and 9900k I ever saw was something like 4.9ghz 1.45v just for benchmark stability.

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Most will do at least 5.2 with less vcore voltage than 1.35v.
VID is another thing though lol that can be over 1.4v

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Hi, all! Since Kaby Lake, the good-average chip will do 5ghz at 1.35v benchmark stable. Does anyone here own a 10900k that requires more than that? Not necessarily for p95 avx stability or something excessive.
Please state whether this 1.35v is BIOS SET VOLTAGE or load measured voltage please. Because the voltages for 10th gen chips seem to be just better than previous. Even 10700k's are on average doing better than the average non KS 9900k's were.

Because for example a 9900k that requires 1.35v LOAD VR VOUT at 5 ghz is horribly completely awful. And 1.35v set in BIOS means nothing without knowing what loadline calibration level and motherboard was tested.

And I have yet to see a single 10900k that needs 1.35v load voltage for 5 ghz. Zero. Even the worst SP63 chips don't need that much when trying to run small FFT AVX prime95!
I think the worst 10900k I saw needed like 1.240v for 5 ghz and 1.29v for 5.1 ghz, full load (AVX disabled prime95).

I don't even think there are any 10700k's that need anything too close to 1.35v load for 5 ghz, but plenty that are struggling to reach 5.1.

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5.2 cache 4.7 iddle voltage 1.435

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Just booted my 10700k for the first time, set memory to 4266 XMP and CPU multiplier to 51. Voltage is 1.2v. Prime 95 small fft currently running for a 5 minutes and all cores still at 100%. I might have hit the mega millions. Let’s see how high I can push it!

Edit: Now 5.2 @ 1.3v, but one of the cores is getting to 93 C.

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Just booted my 10700k for the first time, set memory to 4266 XMP and CPU multiplier to 51. Voltage is 1.2v. Prime 95 small fft currently running for a 5 minutes and all cores still at 100%. I might have hit the mega millions. Let’s see how high I can push it!

Edit: Now 5.2 @ 1.3v, but one of the cores is getting to 93 C.
What's the load voltage?
Are those voltages you are given what you set in the BIOS or at full load? If they are what you set in the BIOS, we need your loadline calibration level, (motherboard will help) and voltage at full load. If the newest beta of HWinfo64 shows VR VOUT on your board, that is even better.

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What's the load voltage?
Are those voltages you are given what you set in the BIOS or at full load? If they are what you set in the BIOS, we need your loadline calibration level, (motherboard will help) and voltage at full load. If the newest beta of HWinfo64 shows VR VOUT on your board, that is even better.
That's just what I set it to in the bios. Actual voltage is about 0.013V higher than what I set it to. I don't mean to hijack this thread, so can you please help me get the most of this thing in the 10700k thread? You seem to know alot about CPU overclocking and I have some updated results over there.

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