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Sorry for double posting, but I already have an updated score:



I couldn´t bring myself to torture it further. Load temps around 67°C @ 1.6V. I already did not like to run 1.6V on my C2Ds with ambient water, and this 32nm chip is probably not enjoying anything past 1.6V on ambient temps either. As much as I would have liked to see some higher numbers, this is as far as my sample will go.

538 Single Thread, not too bad for Sandy Bridge. Now im back down on 4850 / 1.38V.

 

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Benchmark Scores I've actually never benched it!! Too busy with WCG and FAH and not gaming!! :( :(
That is a seriously lovely CPU!! :D :D Great work @Dinnercore !!
 
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that score is actually insane.
 
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Those first gen Threadripper CPUs are a bit more capable then I thought. I was thinking at ~1.35V I can´t expect any more than 4GHz (the first gen ryzen frequency-wall).



Seems like I was wrong, only the RAM is holding me back a bit. I´m done with stability testing for today, 4.1GHz on 1.35V (1.36V during load with LLC) is stable. And I still have the early reviews stuck in my head, where reviewers struggled to achieve 4GHz all core stable due to high temps, setting voltages to 1.40 up to 1.45...
Sometimes a little less goes a long way.

Only my temp sensors seem to bug out, either that or Afterburner has problems.


It´s the same on my Vega with the memory temp:

Slightly above the melting point of Iron and a little bit below the melting point of Titanium. I knew the HBM could get hot, but that is impressive.
 

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pretty sure it's fake unless he's running ~6.3-6.5Ghz
 

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pretty sure it's fake unless he's running ~6.3-6.5Ghz
Doubt it's fake, it'll have to be at 5.5-5.8 for that level of single thread.
 
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at first message?oh c'mon..
That score is unbelievable - for all you know it could be under a chiller, jealousy is no reason to doubt. But it could be "fake" too but it doesn't mean it's not possible.
 
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Nice validation there!! How does it do with the Cpu-Z benchmark??

The benchmark is here


The benchmark is here

picture is when i was testing stress test at 5.2Ghz, 5.3 was stable but i haven't tried to up the core voltage to try higher

I just use a

Hydro Series™ H115i RGB PLATINUM 280mm Liquid CPU Cooler
 

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That score is unbelievable - for all you know it could be under a chiller, jealousy is no reason to doubt. But it could be "fake" too but it doesn't mean it's not possible.

That's a very BIG Single Thread score for a 9700K. I got 635 CPUZ single-thread at 5.4Ghz 6c12t. Believe that's fairly standard for 5.4Ghz.

But 756? :eek:

Doesn't make sense really because HWiNFO64 ALWAYS RECORDS your highest single core or multi core setting in bios as CPU Turbo, and his is reading 4900Mhz, which obviously would not give you 756. lol

I could run the CPUZ ST bench at 5.5 and 5.6, but I doubt it would reach 756. :D

....Don't look at my multicore, I'm all set up for ST work, so my MT is shameful. :cry::cry::cry:

CPU-Z Single Thread 5.4Ghz.jpg


CPU-Z single thread bench seems to increase by 20 unit points for every 100Mhz at least for Coffee Lake and Coffee Lake-R.

So:
5.0Ghz will score 556
5.1Ghz will score 576
5.2Ghz will score 596
5.3Ghz will score 616
5.4Ghz will score 636
5.5Ghz will score 656
5.6Ghz will score 676 (my screenshot below)

The Chiller Zone:
5.7Ghz will score 696
5.8Ghz will score 716
5.9Ghz will score 736
6.0Ghz will score 756

Conclusion: That 756 score of the 9700K CPU above is most likely running at 6.0Ghz with a chiller. :clap: Do I win a prize? :D

Here’s my CPU-Z single thread bench score at 5.6Ghz - 676.8. That's fast like Speedy Gonzales. :)

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That score is unbelievable - for all you know it could be under a chiller, jealousy is no reason to doubt. But it could be "fake" too but it doesn't mean it's not possible.
so fifty fifty then?not worth to talk.i could be alien it's 50/50.don't turn this to schrödinger's cat i'm terrible at quantum physics.
 

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That's a very BIG Single Thread score for a 9700K. I got 635 CPUZ single-thread at 5.4Ghz 6c12t. Believe that's fairly standard for 5.4Ghz.

But 756? :eek:

Doesn't make sense really because HWiNFO64 ALWAYS RECORDS your highest single core or multi core setting in bios as CPU Turbo, and his is reading 4900Mhz, which obviously would not give you 756. lol

I could run the CPUZ ST bench at 5.5 and 5.6, but I doubt it would reach 756. :D

....Don't look at my multicore, I'm all set up for ST work, so my MT is shameful. :cry::cry::cry:

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CPU-Z single thread bench seems to increase by 20 unit points for every 100Mhz at least for Coffee Lake and Coffee Lake-R.

So:
5.0Ghz will score 556
5.1Ghz will score 576
5.2Ghz will score 596
5.3Ghz will score 616
5.4Ghz will score 636
5.5Ghz will score 656
5.6Ghz will score 676 (my screenshot below)

The Chiller Zone:
5.7Ghz will score 696
5.8Ghz will score 716
5.9Ghz will score 736
6.0Ghz will score 756

Conclusion: That 756 score of the 9700K CPU above is most likely running at 6.0Ghz with a chiller. :clap: Do I win a prize? :D

Here’s my CPU-Z single thread bench score at 5.6Ghz - 676.8. That's fast like Speedy Gonzales. :)

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This reminds me, this little 7640X thread was an interesting read:
 

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This reminds me, this little 7640X thread was an interesting read:

I remember a little about the phase units, had a little devil one for a while but never really got into using it so much.. Last time I played with one was with my cherry picked 4770k.... Been a while now :)
 
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This reminds me, this little 7640X thread was an interesting read:

Fairly certain all (or most) higher binned 8700K/8086K processors and 9700K/9900K(S) processors can hit 6.0Ghz with a chiller. This (screenshot below) an engineering friend of mine when he first received his 8086K. He had a chiller set up with extended tubing so the unit and all that lovely chiller noise was (2) rooms away - with a buffer area to dissipate the noise from his computer room/home office.

He said he loved the extended frame rates that 6.0Ghz offered when gaming. lolol :laugh:

I've never used any cooling method other than Noctua ambient air, but our 8086Ks both came from the same binning sample from SL.com binned at 5.3Ghz. So I guess mine could also reach those higher chiller clock speeds.

I just won't push the 8086K that far while I'm still relying on it as my primary part to complete work. NON-replaceable at this point in time - well kinda. 9900K(S) won't do 5.4 or 5.5 or 5.6 on air.

Stinks sometimes having so many restrictions on high performance parts because I'm using them in a home office scenario, but it is what it is. :oops:


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Fairly certain all (or most) higher binned 8700K/8086K processors and 9700K/9900K(S) processors can hit 6.0Ghz with a chiller.
Jesus, this shit again?

How many times /day will I look at my avatar and laugh?
 
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Fairly certain all (or most) higher binned 8700K/8086K processors and 9700K/9900K(S) processors can hit 6.0Ghz with a chiller. This (screenshot below) an engineering friend of mine when he first received his 8086K. He had a chiller set up with extended tubing so the unit and all that lovely chiller noise was (2) rooms away - with a buffer area to dissipate the noise from his computer room/home office.

He said he loved the extended frame rates that 6.0Ghz offered when gaming. lolol :laugh:

I've never used any cooling method other than Noctua ambient air, but our 8086Ks both came from the same binning sample from SL.com binned at 5.3Ghz. So I guess mine could also reach those higher chiller clock speeds.

I just won't push the 8086K that far while I'm still relying on it as my primary part to complete work. NON-replaceable at this point in time - well kinda. 9900K(S) won't do 5.4 or 5.5 or 5.6 on air.

Stinks sometimes having so many restrictions on high performance parts because I'm using them in a home office scenario, but it is what it is. :oops:


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Using a single stage maybe 6ghz but not likely chilled liquid. Im breaking 5.5ghz chilled, 5.2ghz at best ambient liquid.
 
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Using a single stage maybe 6ghz but not likely chilled liquid. Im breaking 5.5ghz chilled, 5.2ghz at best ambient liquid.

An engineering friend of mine sent this screenshot below to me saying his 8086K was running 6.0Ghz 6c6t using a chiller and a Maximus XI Apex board.

I have no reason not to believe him.

I do know his 8086K was also binned at 5.3Ghz and delidded - a golden CPU.

Can run mine on air at 5.5 6cores 12threads and 5.6 6cores 6threads (disabling hyperthreading) for completing benchmarks. As a daily completing work, I keep it at 5.4Ghz 6c12t ddr4 at 4400Mhz 16-16-16-34, the memory overclock and 10microsecond low latency Optane drive more than make up for the 5.5 to 5.4 100Mhz loss in CPU clock speed.

I don't own a chiller. :)

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Why is 5.3ghz a golden cpu. Almost all the 8000 series chips do this frequency.
My 8700k is running 5.2ghz vcore on auto.

So. What is water delta and load temps on 5.6ghz not chilled?
 
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Why is 5.3ghz a golden cpu. Almost all the 8000 series chips do this frequency.
My 8700k is running 5.2ghz vcore on auto.

So. What is water delta and load temps on 5.6ghz not chilled?

5.3Ghz was the highest clock speed to pass the siliconlottery.com battery of stability tests, so that's how he sold them. Der8auer and 8-Pack also offered binned/tested 8086Ks tested at 5.2, yet not 5.3.

Yes, I realize a 5.3Ghz tested CPU will run at a higher frequency.

8700Ks at 5.3 top 4%, 8086K at 5.3 top 15%. I believe everyone uses the term golden CPU or cherry-picked CPU.

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