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05-26-2020 09:56 AM
arrow0309
Quote: Originally Posted by ThrashZone View Post
Hi,
I did type that fast entered 10900x instead of 9900x

But I wouldn't get a 10900x HEDT mesh sucks stuck on 30-31 maybe max cache way too limited gaming wise
10900k is much better bottom line compared.
OK, got your point
Then I "may" be looking for a 10900k, when finding a bargain
05-26-2020 09:47 AM
ThrashZone Hi,
I did type that fast entered 10900x instead of 9900x

But I wouldn't get a 10900x HEDT mesh sucks stuck on 30-31 maybe max cache way too limited gaming wise
10900k is much better bottom line compared.
05-26-2020 09:39 AM
arrow0309 Bro, you're talking too fast and I struggle to follow you (let alone the 10900k that I'm not after yet)
What cpu, mine is a 7900X, what warranty, don't have any left (twas an OEM, 1 year only).
Is this one below worth the change (given my cpu and oc performance) or not?

https://www.overclockers.co.uk/intel...BwE#free_items
05-26-2020 05:48 AM
ThrashZone Hi,
Yes 10900k will kick it gaming seeing it is a gaming chip cache 48-50 plus 5.2 easily plus if you can cool it.
10900x were mostly defective lots didn't live very long, surprised yours is still alive
If you kill the 9900x intel will likely give you a full refund like they did Jpmboy... because they have no stock
05-26-2020 04:30 AM
arrow0309 I'd like to hear some of your opinions and also if it's worth replacing my cpu with a new 10900X.
I'm only gaming for now and I don't think will gonna need more that 10c20t any soon, of course maybe a 10900k will be some better alternative but I'd like not to change everything (motherboard, ram, redo all the liquid loop) and I still need some extra cpu pcie lanes.
Will the newer 10900X (with it's bigger l3 cache) do better (gaming fps) at the same speed (and OC easily to 4.9 or 5.0)?
Also mine is already delidded and bare die mounted (I have the delid die guard) and the temps are OK, how about the soldered 10900X?
05-26-2020 04:22 AM
arrow0309 Update, I may have solved it or at least about the (useless) Firestrike at default 1080p settings:

https://www.3dmark.com/3dm/47174256

What I did change was only the bus clock (from 100.1 to 100.0), the uncore max freq from 3.1 to 3.2 and the cache offset from 0.200 to 0.250.
All the same like before with adaptive voltage and 25mv positive offset.
Also a small Timespy increase:

https://www.3dmark.com/3dm/47174443

And some quick Cinebench R20 and aida64's cache and memory:
05-24-2020 11:09 AM
arrow0309
Quote: Originally Posted by ThrashZone View Post
Hi,
If you're on a asus board adaptive is the same as all core options show using by specific core.
Hi, could my bios 3006 be responsible for the lower physics / combined scores on the 1080p Firestrike?
Would you highly recommend the 1750 bios instead?

I even tried a zero avx offset and manual vcore (1.31v) and got quite an improvement to GS (over 31k) and the cpu score (over 28k) but the bloody combined score was even worse, little over 4000.
This cpu / or Windows, driver, software seems buggy here honestly.
05-24-2020 09:00 AM
arrow0309 Hi, it's been ~10 days and seemed all stable everywhere, gaming, light loads, every single boot.
However I did try a standard Firestrike this morning and got an ugly score, combined score especially.
Tried a second run, same:
Any clues?
05-15-2020 10:39 AM
ThrashZone Hi,
If you're on a asus board adaptive is the same as all core options show using by specific core.
05-15-2020 10:38 AM
arrow0309
Quote: Originally Posted by arrow0309 View Post
Went from llc5 to llc 6 and it didn't change any of the idle vids.
So I added 20mv + (offset) lowering to 1.280 the additional turbo (keeping the llc on 6)
Now I have slightly higher idle vids and (also) little higher load vids (for the LLC 6 i suppose)
Done the 6 benchmark Blender, all fine. I think I'm gonna try it this way for a while.
I think this is my best "all cores" settings so far (and in time maybe lowering a little the additional turbo voltage if permitting)
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