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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. Kelvin

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    For those wanting a "cheap" 10 core intel CPU

    $649 plus delivery (free delivery if so buy a bunch of parts)
    https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/565216

    I guess the question is whether the 10850K are a poorer bin of the 10900K
    or are they the same. and intel simply "dropped" the price of their high end CPU, without having to give rebates to suppliers with existing stocks of 10900K...
     
  2. shane41

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    Low bins Kelvin. Chances of a fast OC one is less.
    On HWbot saw 10850K member doing 51x 1.4v :thumbdn: Reason why cheap

    edit. Chance may be hotter running one's more common
    Yeah soldered is not good. Very different knocking lids off and finding nice even temps are there :shock:
     
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  3. t8y

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    meh, a lot of guys just dump x volts into the chip to be sure it runs the benches they are doing.
    they may be changing the CPU speed a lot on the fly so knowing the voltage is good for whatever they decide to throw at it that day, makes for one less thing to worry about.

    if the temps are fine, who cares on vcore - in the short term lol

    that said, if he was posting a legit "this is all it can do" type post, not just something you saw in a ramdom bench result. then yeah.. thats another matter
     
  4. shane41

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    Good point. So goes and looks at x265 4K :wired: The processor killer
     
  5. jjjc_93

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    99% of the population doesn't care about hwbot or benchmarking. Virtually no performance difference stock v stock vs a 10900k for less than the 10700k. Good indication of where intel is sitting in the enthusiast market at the moment..
     
  6. shane41

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    We are not talking rest of people out of here Jack. Man I'd just grab a 3900x or whatever is cheap AMD 8core coming up next general duties.

    If it's advice offered for overclockers ;) Then F a gimped one.
     
  7. shane41

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    What has been the best water cooled 10700K found so far :confused: I could be tempted
    9900KS here gets on 54x
     
  8. demowhc

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    Not sure but mine is 5.3 all core 24/7 1.38 under load (1.368v bios). Someone with a good chip and knows what they're doing could surely get more out of it.
     
  9. Zarok77

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    demowhc what board are you using
     
  10. h2oxide

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    How're you pulling 1.38v under load when you're BIOS is set to 1.368v? :confused: Assuming that's legit (highest LLC), please please please add some vdroop.
     
  11. t8y

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    Possibly some offset being used


    Or yeah, the world's most aggressive LLC
     
  12. Zarok77

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    Gigabyte z490 elite was doing that with me. Set a fix vcore then board feed it more voltage :shock:
     
  13. t8y

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    Some pll bug in gigas causes that, iirc from late night drunken reading..
    Supposed fix is leave it on auto but manually set vcore anyway. Ie Dont use the fixed voltage option etc, leave that auto, then manually input desired volts.

    The more i use this board the more i start to hate it, tbh.

    Edit;
    One example lol, Was stuck in an "unrecoverable" boot loop yesterday for instance, after updating one of the bios w/ qfash. Looped for an hour+
    Both bios were affected tho i only flashed the one, locked it to that one too.

    Fix for that was holding power button while off, it boots then shuts down. Few times of that, to force bios to crack shits and realise something was wrong, and override the constant reflashing.
    IMG_20200914_164414.jpg
     
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  14. aokman

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    Im doing 5.1GHz all core at 1.28v Prime95 stable. Can push it to 5.3ghz at 1.38v but Prime95 wont last more than 10 minutes everything else is rock solid though so dunno if its a valid stability test anymore...
     
  15. shane41

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    Looks good though :thumbup: Give Cinebench R15 R20 a go
     
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    Cinebench and OCCT are rock solid :thumbup:

    Great performing chips, impressive what Intel have managed compared to my 9900K
     
  17. shane41

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    14nm++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ :Paranoid:
    Yes I know. But they had a long time perfecting baking these things.

    Anyways looks like you have a nice processor. From my testing of 10900K's :Paranoid: A lot are not great
    Quality varies greatly
     
  18. MR CHILLED

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    So current thinking on the 10850K is don't bother? I'm considering an upgrade to the 10900K today. My 8700K sits at 4.7Ghz daily, so looking to do something similar with the new chip.

    If the 10850K wasn't a lot cheaper I wouldn't bother asking but seems as though it's a reasonable amount cheaper right now.
     
  19. aokman

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    One of my mates just got one, hopefully get to see some OC results sometime soon
     
  20. jjjc_93

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    If you are not concerned with winning the silicon lottery and benchmarking then it performs pretty much identically to a 10900k out of the box. They should all be able to set a 5-5.1ghz all core OC without excessive voltage and cooling required.

    If you do care about silicon quality then you have to bin 10900k's, even some of those are bad in that regard.
     

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