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10th gen Intel Desktop Comet Lake CPU(i9 10900K, i7 10700K, i5 10600K, i3 10320 & Z490)

Discussion in 'Intel x86 CPUs and chipsets' started by Azzan, Dec 30, 2019.

  1. jjjc_93

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    lol I didn't even look at the graphics card boxes :wired:
     
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    Unfortunately, due to circumstances beyond my control , I've had to leave the cardboard box club :(
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    The boxes are better than the cards .
     
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    Nah I'm playing with the x trio 2080ti and my new one , asus 2080 super dual OC thingy :D
    Plenty of time for KPE 's
    Trying to find nice bios for them both.
     
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    playing with lesser cards, whats this world coming too ? :tongue:
     
  6. spit051261

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    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 :)
     
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  7. headin2001

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    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.
     
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    How is the board?
     
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    They must have done the job half way, good hardware implementation then some cheap capacitors to save few bucks and...:thumbdn:, may further bios updates magically fix it(include msi latency)
     
  10. Zarok77

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    He gets too hot

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  11. headin2001

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    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.
     
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  12. Zarok77

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    It's a good chip i don't looking to fk it, Mostly would drop 3-4c i know it(if still alive)
     
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    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 ?
     
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    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.
     
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  15. spit051261

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    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.
     
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    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:thumbup:
     
  17. Zarok77

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    Dannyboi confirm it, is simple and if you careful will be ok. My thought: Is worth it ? No unless direct die cooling
     
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    Direct cooling with what ?
    Unless your usung ln2 or chiller very cold , can't see an AIO cutting it .
     
  19. Zarok77

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    Paul, Having a system that runs top performance and still cool on daily usage is a nice thing.:thumbup:
    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:confused:. I don't know it 100% as i am not doing xoc(unfortunately;))
     
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  20. spit051261

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    Only ever done XOC on a KPE, never a CPU and I use ice for that ;)
     

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