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11-04-2018 05:51 PM
WannaBeOCer
Quote: Originally Posted by Raghar View Post
5.1 GHz 42.3C

5.0 GHz 49.7C

5.2 GHz 59.2C

Well, Asus was tested with slowest speed, and isn't the best.
Thanks for pointing that out, odd why they didn't keep the Maximus XI Hero at 5.2Ghz. In their overclocking review the MSI MEG Z390 ACE board and Maximus XI Hero board both were able to clock at 5.2Ghz while the Gigabyte only could hit 5.1Ghz.

Gigabyte Z390 Aorus Master: https://www.guru3d.com/articles_page...review,19.html
Asus Maximus XI Hero: https://www.guru3d.com/articles_page...review,19.html
11-04-2018 05:28 PM
Raghar
Quote: Originally Posted by WannaBeOCer View Post
5.1 GHz 42.3C
5.0 GHz 49.7C
5.2 GHz 59.2C

Well, Asus was tested with slowest speed, and isn't the best.
11-04-2018 04:50 PM
WannaBeOCer
Quote: Originally Posted by EastCoast View Post
From video in my previous post
Odd Guru3D had different results.

Gigabyte Z390 Aorus Master: https://www.guru3d.com/articles_page...review,20.html
Asus Maximus XI Hero: https://www.guru3d.com/articles_page...review,20.html
MSI MEG Z390 ACE: https://www.guru3d.com/articles_page...review,20.html
11-03-2018 12:48 PM
EastCoast






From video in my previous post
11-03-2018 11:27 AM
EniGma1987
Quote: Originally Posted by tostitobandito View Post
No, it's an 8 phase controller controlling 16 power stages, 2 per phase. It's the same configuration as the Hero but with twice the phases and stages. They use the term "twin 8 phase" for the Hero and "twin 16 phase" for the Apex. The terms are a little confusing, but they are being consistent in how they use them. They describe a non-doubler configuration using twin parallel stages at each phase, and the number refers to the number of total power stages.
Do you know what controller they are using? That would be one of the first true 8 phase boards to be released as a mass market board so it is quite something.
11-03-2018 08:18 AM
EastCoast
Hero XI discussion starts at 8:16 and he calls it a 4 phase VRM board (Twin 8 phase design)


This video is a review of 4 high end z390 power deliver. the Hero XI is the only 4 phase VRM board between MSI, Gigabyte and Asrock.





11-03-2018 06:50 AM
Contiusa I'm even considering buying an i7-8086K on Black Friday. O even an i7-8700K. I don't think I can wait until 2020. The 9th generation is already looking like a huge flop.

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11-02-2018 08:07 AM
Subby
Quote: Originally Posted by blackhole2013 View Post
Is there an official Intel 9 series overclocking thread yet that maybe I can pick up some useful overclocking information for my 9700k ?
Not that I have seen, just some individuals in the Intel CPUs section asking specifics about their setup. Get one started, I will join in on it when mine arrives on Tues
11-02-2018 03:32 AM
blackhole2013 Is there an official Intel 9 series overclocking thread yet that maybe I can pick up some useful overclocking information for my 9700k ?
10-30-2018 03:18 AM
ToTheSun!
Quote: Originally Posted by tpi2007 View Post
I saw the Intel prices two weeks ago and they were high, but holy guacamole, I just checked them again and where I am Intel CPUs are mindbogglingly priced at this moment. An i5-8400 is at ~285€, the new i5-9600K is at almost 350€, and then because the prices are so high interestingly the difference between an 8700K and an 8086K is only ~20€ now, from ~450€ to ~470€. Then the 9700K is at ~500€ and the 9900K at ~630€. I don't see how these prices will get any better during the holiday season.
It's kind of crazy to stand here and realize that, considering the current market, buying an 8700K a few weeks before the 9900K arrived was a better decision.

Unless BF changes things, I don't see how I can stomach spending upwards of €600 for it.
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