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That Strix board is better than my MSI X299 Gaming M-7 ACK. Someone lent me what I need to de-lid this CPU but I'm not sure about doing it.
I screwed up one of my i7-7700Ks de-lidding it. So I'm pretty gunshy about it.
I'm going to have to either do it or not, pretty soon. I've had his de-lid tool too long.
Well... there does seem to be a 10 C gap in between your two Cinebench runs. Was this closed case? If so, you have an obvious airflow issue, the 1070's are more efficient, but the 980ti's dump too much heat in that case that can't leave it proper. Want to verify that (and exclude the different RAM as well), then dial back to 1 1070 and run again. I'll take a small guess and say your scores will be similar but your temps much lower. In that case, improve case airflow before you risk the delid.

As for the low scores, definitely temp related, you're hitting 100C
 
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Well... there does seem to be a 10 C gap in between your two Cinebench runs. Was this closed case? If so, you have an obvious airflow issue, the 1070's are more efficient, but the 980ti's dump too much heat in that case that can't leave it proper. Want to verify that (and exclude the different RAM as well), then dial back to 1 1070 and run again. I'll take a small guess and say your scores will be similar but your temps much lower. In that case, improve case airflow before you risk the delid.

As for the low scores, definitely temp related, you're hitting 100C
I saw that. He definitely needs better cooling. That Corsair AIO is simply inadequate.
 
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OK, I'll be tearing apart the i9 box later today and going for the de-lid.
If you will, both of you PM me with an addy and what CPU you plan to work on. This is so I don't mix up the two tools that I have here with the one you need. Mine does 6600K, 7700K, and 8700K. CPUs, and phanbuey's does the X-CPUs.
I have 4 tubes of Conductonaught but only one of the black high heat RTV. Each box will include the Conductonaught but jboydgolfer gets the RTV.

I'll post my results when I know how I did.
I'll mail boxes on Monday.
 
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Well... there does seem to be a 10 C gap in between your two Cinebench runs. Was this closed case? If so, you have an obvious airflow issue, the 1070's are more efficient, but the 980ti's dump too much heat in that case that can't leave it proper. Want to verify that (and exclude the different RAM as well), then dial back to 1 1070 and run again. I'll take a small guess and say your scores will be similar but your temps much lower. In that case, improve case airflow before you risk the delid.

As for the low scores, definitely temp related, you're hitting 100C
The case is a Corsair Carbide Air 540 with seven 140mm Cougar Vortex High flow fans in it. What's weird is that when I do any benchmark runs, the temps spike to maximum immediately. In no time at all,......zip.

That makes me wonder about the temp sensors on the mainboard.

done ;)

thanks a TON, Really awesome of you. :toast::respect:
I'm only doing what was done for me already by phanbuey.
I like being able to help out.
 
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The case is a Corsair Carbide Air 540 with seven 140mm Cougar Vortex High flow fans in it. What's weird is that when I do any benchmark runs, the temps spike to maximum immediately. In no time at all,......zip.

That makes me wonder about the temp sensors on the mainboard.
Have you verified that the pump is working? I would seriously consider a custom loop to cool that chip. I have 2 EK PE 240mm radiators with EK Vardar fans on both of them pushing air through, an EVO full nickle block, and D5 RGB pump. This combo keeps my temps at 75C max load at 65% pump flow. My case is a MasterCase Maker 5 with glass side panel.

EDIT: My chip is not delidded.
 
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The case is a Corsair Carbide Air 540 with seven 140mm Cougar Vortex High flow fans in it. What's weird is that when I do any benchmark runs, the temps spike to maximum immediately. In no time at all,......zip.

That makes me wonder about the temp sensors on the mainboard.
That would point me towards the AIO like @RichKnecht suspected
 
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my hair stood on end when i saw those volts.....ace score dude.
Eh, it's not too bad, this was with my water chiller so temps were low single digits under load.
I was also only using my cheap waterblock on the thing so it was getting too hot under load past 1.7V to run stable.

Need to bring out the chiller pot to keep it under control. :D Maybe see 5.1GHz+.

I was taking it easy on the uncore too, it'll do around 4.25GHz @ 1.475V VTT when I need it to.
 
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Eh, it's not too bad, this was with my water chiller so temps were low single digits under load.
I was also only using my cheap waterblock on the thing so it was getting too hot under load past 1.7V to run stable.

Need to bring out the chiller pot to keep it under control. :D Maybe see 5.1GHz+.
Be careful about voltage above 1.6 volts on X58. Voltage above that is in the danger zone of frying the cpu with high voltage.

But with that said. Nice score and if you can get the north bridge up to 3800 mhz or 4000 MHz that shut give you a few ekstra points as well.

Here is my own I7 980X running NB af 3990 MHz so it is possible to do so and 4.75 GHz resulting in a 1103 score on air cooling.

 
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The fun I remember having with X58 and phase cooling.... Sadly no Cinebench results then tho :( Although we did manage a 5.13Ghz @ 1.435vcore... Which I thought was pretty darn decent!! How stable it was... No idea lol :)

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Thimblewad - FX-8350 - 8 Cores / 8 Threads @ 4830 MHz = 761 cb
cdawall - i7 6700T - 4 Cores / 8 Threads @ 2810 MHz = 755 cb
DR4G00N - FX-8150 - 8 Cores / 0 Threads @ 5016 MHz = 744 cb
flmatter - i7 7700HQ - 4 Cores / 8 Threads @ 2810 MHz = 728 cb
natr0n - Xeon E3-1290 - 4 Cores / 8 Threads @ 1682 MHz = 692 cb
jboydgolfer - i5 4690K - 4 Cores / 4 Threads @ 4697 MHz = 689 cb
laamanaator - i7 950 - 4 Cores / 8 Threads @ 1682 MHz = 687 cb
MrGenius - i5 3570K - 4 Cores / 4 Threads @ 4800 MHz = 671 cb
RealNeil - i5 6600K - 4 Cores / 4 Threads @ ???? MHz = 660 cb
Final_Fighter - i5 3570K - 4 Cores / 4 Threads @ ???? MHz = 649 cb
Jborg - i5 4690K - 4 Cores / 4 Threads @ 4200 MHz = 646 cb
DR4G00N - i3 7350K - 2 Cores / 4 Threads @ 5413 MHz = 618 cb
CAPSLOCKSTUCK - Xeon E5620 - 4 Cores / 8 Threads @ 4000 MHz = 616 cb
Recon-UK - Xeon E5640 - 4 Cores / 8 Threads @ 4000 MHz = 607 cb
ArbitraryAffection - R3 2200G - 4 Cores / 4 Threads @ 3800 MHz = 598 cb
biffzinker - R3 1200 - 4 Cores / 4 Threads @ 3825 MHz = 597 cb
trickson - R3 1300X - 4 Cores / 4 Threads @ 4020 MHz = 574 cb
ronak3010 - i7 860 - 4 Cores / 8 Threads @ 3612 MHz = 568 cb
adamiakadam00 - R3 2200G - 4 Cores / 4 Threads @ 3500 MHz = 553 cb
XiGMAKiD - Core 2 Quad Q9450 - 4 Cores / 4 Threads @ 3600 MHz = 398 cb
Enterprise24 - Celeron G3900 - 2 Cores / 2 Threads @ 4511 MHz = 370 cb
jboydgolfer - Pentium G3258 - 2 Cores / 2 Threads @ 4697 MHz = 332 cb
Tomgang - Atom x5 - 4 Cores / 4 Threads @ 480 MHz = 97 cb
Melvis - Turion Dual-Core ZM-80 - 2 Cores / 2 Threads @ 2100 MHz = 84 cb
jboydgolfer - Core 2 Duo T6500 - 2 Cores / 2 Threads @ 2100 MHz = 75 cb
DR4G00N - Pentium 4 531 - 1 Core / 1 Thread @ 4199 MHz = 48 cb


total cores/threads, for (x2)
this is a new template ill be using to post everyones scores in 1 post if the OP wants me to, advice would be nice.. (scores are clickable) *number score*

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Is This a Thread hijack attempt :)
This is a new template ill be using to post everyones scores in 1 post if the OP wants me to,
I thought threads only got taken over if thread was interesting and the OP either Left or was Banned So was unable or unwilling to maintain thread.
 

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Is This a Thread hijack attempt :)


I thought threads only got taken over if thread was interesting and the OP either Left or was Banned So was unable or unwilling to maintain thread.
I spoke to caps mainly to implement this template, he gave the ok i just need w1zzard to finish it
 

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@T4C Fantasy : Great chart! a typo in number #9 from the top, @kniaugaudiskis , it's a 2696 v3, not 2686 v3. There's a difference, the 2696 is a much more expensive top of the line clone of 2699 v3, it's turbo max is 3.8ghz, unlike the 2686 which is more energy efficient, a cheaper oem part, and turbos to 3.5ghz. In real life they are about 15% apart.
 

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@T4C Fantasy : Great chart! a typo in number #9 from the top, @kniaugaudiskis , it's a 2696 v3, not 2686 v3. There's a difference, the 2696 is a much more expensive top of the line clone of 2699 v3, it's turbo max is 3.8ghz, unlike the 2686 which is more energy efficient, a cheaper oem part, and turbos to 3.5ghz. In real life they are about 15% apart.
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