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02-24-2020 09:21 AM
mattxx88 hi guys, wanna make a little pc office with mine 8086k and i am looking for a mini itx motherboard (want to overclock it a bit) what MB should i buy?
02-16-2020 09:36 AM
manolith
Quote: Originally Posted by ronaldoz View Post
How will liquid metal be after a while? Won't it cook onto the die itself? I used it for my 4790K earlier with a delid, but did not use it that long. And did not take a look after. Do you think you could clean liquid metal and renew it? I'm pretty sure I will get around 90C with 1.30V at the moment (not delid). With short Intel Burn tests it rise up to 86C or anything near.

BTW, I might change settings, but I won't even have 4,9GHz stable with 1.27V.
i think that the liquid metal issues are with copper and aluminium. the IHS is nickel plated and the liquid metal doesnt do much other than discolor it a bit. its a bit harder to clean than conventional thermal paste but the thermal benefits are immense at least on the 8700k
02-16-2020 04:30 AM
ronaldoz
Quote: Originally Posted by manolith View Post
I was having alot of issues with my 8700k with the z370 asus strix mini itx board. alot of coold boot issues and instability and finaly a ram slot failed. This past week I got a z390 asrock phantom mini itx and the all my issues were eliminated. I had delided the 8700k and use liquid metal between ihs and die and regular thermal paste for cooler which is a corsair h100i. So far i been rock solid stable at 1.27v 5ghz no avx offsets i am still testing stability to find the lowest possible voltage for 5ghz. temps are maxing out low 70s during aida 64 and prime max heat torture tests. for some reason the chip needs crazy voltage for 5.1 and so on. not worth the gains.
How will liquid metal be after a while? Won't it cook onto the die itself? I used it for my 4790K earlier with a delid, but did not use it that long. And did not take a look after. Do you think you could clean liquid metal and renew it? I'm pretty sure I will get around 90C with 1.30V at the moment (not delid). With short Intel Burn tests it rise up to 86C or anything near.

BTW, I might change settings, but I won't even have 4,9GHz stable with 1.27V.
02-15-2020 10:29 AM
GeneO
Quote: Originally Posted by bei fei View Post
Here is my 8700k
I will be working on the memory soon
Looks good!
02-15-2020 07:36 AM
bei fei
How does this look?

Here is my 8700k
I will be working on the memory soon
02-09-2020 01:29 PM
manolith I was having alot of issues with my 8700k with the z370 asus strix mini itx board. alot of coold boot issues and instability and finaly a ram slot failed. This past week I got a z390 asrock phantom mini itx and the all my issues were eliminated. I had delided the 8700k and use liquid metal between ihs and die and regular thermal paste for cooler which is a corsair h100i. So far i been rock solid stable at 1.27v 5ghz no avx offsets i am still testing stability to find the lowest possible voltage for 5ghz. temps are maxing out low 70s during aida 64 and prime max heat torture tests. for some reason the chip needs crazy voltage for 5.1 and so on. not worth the gains.
02-07-2020 10:45 PM
GeneO
Quote: Originally Posted by Kaltenbrunner View Post
There's not many of these on ebay, and hardly any under $375US which is CRAZY. Where's all the used i7-8700k's
Burned out? Or in use more likely.
02-07-2020 10:19 PM
Kaltenbrunner There's not many of these on ebay, and hardly any under $375US which is CRAZY. Where's all the used i7-8700k's
01-15-2020 08:56 AM
anshugiri
8700k 4.9ghz at 1.30v good or bad?

Hello folks. So I’ve managed to get 4.90 ghz (no offset), uncore 4.6 perfectly stable in all conditions and stress tests at 1.30v set in bios. Under heavy avx loads it draws 1.328v as shown in hwinfo. I managed to pass most stress tests at 5ghz (-1 avx) with 1.38v, but the temps are too high for my nhu14s to handle.

Is this considered a good or bad chip?
11-09-2019 08:31 PM
Bride trying to remake a solid base for my OC

3.6GHz core - 3.6GHz cache - 3.6GHz ram
Vcore 1.020v
VCCIO 1.230v (auto)
VCCSA 1.300v (auto)

4.0GHz core - 4.0GHz cache - 3.6GHz ram
Vcore 1.120v
VCCIO 1.230v (auto)
VCCSA 1.300v (auto)

blend p95 >9h
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