Discussion in 'Intel x86 CPUs and chipsets' started by Azzan, Dec 30, 2019.
lol I didn't even look at the graphics card boxes
Unfortunately, due to circumstances beyond my control , I've had to leave the cardboard box club
The boxes are better than the cards .
Nah I'm playing with the x trio 2080ti and my new one , asus 2080 super dual OC thingy
Plenty of time for KPE 's
Trying to find nice bios for them both.
playing with lesser cards, whats this world coming too ?
Kingpin is easy with XOC and classy tool.
The other 2 take a bit more work .
Also tuning the 4000 G-skill ram I got off dannyboi.
Much easier on the godlike now I've updated bios
just trying the Asrock, although it can’t do the same mem clock as the others, latency is slightly better than the others at 37ns for similar timings.
trains RTL/IOL much better but also seems a downfall with extra voltages needed and less speed attainable. Copy is low compared to the others also even when it will boot 4500.
How is the board?
They must have done the job half way, good hardware implementation then some cheap capacitors to save few bucks and..., may further bios updates magically fix it(include msi latency)
He gets too hot
Nice l, I think you are crazy personally, but it’s your cpu and choice. I hope it makes a difference worth the risk
please share any improvements you record.
It's a good chip i don't looking to fk it, Mostly would drop 3-4c i know it(if still alive)
Is a drop of only 3 or 4 degrees worth it ?
Can't see that sort of temp drop making much difference.
How did you de lid it bud ?
Been playing with my 10900k today, I'm shocked how cool these run after using a 7800X for a few years. Easily overclocked to 5.1 all core with nothing but a multiplier change, memory controller has nothing on the ole x299 though, using the same memory it's only stable at XMP 2T 3400 with all 4 sticks in, that's gonna take some work.
I think these CPU's are pretty good .
Much , much better than the 9900k and better than the ks .
There are obviously lemons out there , but from what I have seen here , they seem to perform really well.
I am planning to leave it at 5.4ghz with lowest voltage i can. once some direct die frame pop out on the market, delid would make more sense then. I may be wrong but thinking, If i have a good chip that can run for es. 5.4ghz daily and temps under control, why not give it a try
Dannyboi confirm it, is simple and if you careful will be ok. My thought: Is worth it ? No unless direct die cooling
Direct cooling with what ?
Unless your usung ln2 or chiller very cold , can't see an AIO cutting it .
Paul, Having a system that runs top performance and still cool on daily usage is a nice thing.
If you cooling with ln2 or chiller and it is just for benching, then what's the point to delid it ? For XOC may be worth lap the chip. I don't know it 100% as i am not doing xoc(unfortunately)
Only ever done XOC on a KPE, never a CPU and I use ice for that