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8600K @ 5100Mhz

Discussion in 'Overclocking & Hardware' started by aussie7, Dec 5, 2018.

  1. aussie7

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    Well I finally got a good CPU and MB :p

    so far 30mins of prime at 205 x 25 = 5125Mhz
    volts are very high 1.45v
    100% load = around 65c to 70c
    on AIO 240mm water :shock:

    Setup
    i5 8600k
    Gigabyte Z370XP-SLI
    Ram Corsair LPX DDR4 2400

    If anyone has the same board and would like my spreadsheet of bios settings, pm me :p
     
  2. philquad

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    i got a 8600k here just waiting for a house to live in
    ga b360 coming from trump land
    will probably be only running stock, hoping it stays cool
     
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    I just got lucky with this CPU, it was very hot upto 100c until I changed one setting in the bios and load temps went down to ~70c
     
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    & what was than, set fan speed to turbo
    :lol:
     
  5. self_slaughter

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    eh, my 8086k would hit that near that voltage at "stock"... whatever that means anymore the way board manufacturers change things around to make themselves look better.

    So i doubt it's really a problem assuming your cooling is up to the task. :)

    My 8086 happily runs 5.2 (-1 avx) with peak voltages of 1.424V under avx load. Much lower in normal use. Great gaming chip.
     
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    aussie7

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    LOL

    Still testing the CPU voltages, down to 1.4v atm and I have AVX set at Auto atm, so will try setting it to -1
     
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    nice nice, should be a good chip.

    I originally had much lower voltage and no avx offset, and it would pass say an hour of prime95... but minor stability issues over time caused me to slowly creep up in voltage, till I got to this point at where I haven't experienced any stutters or app crashes etc. :)
     
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    I only tested prime for 30mins @ 5125Mhz and the lowest I could get the voltage down to was 1.425v

    With AVX set @ 1 and 1.45v 26x200 5200Mhz I get 5mins of prime before it fails :(
     
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    Up the RAM speed to over 4000c17 and you will gain equivalent performance to 8600k at 6GHz in games or photoshop but not video editing and only ~5.5GHz in TimeSpy.
     
  10. illdrag0n

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    Flick it through please mate, keen to see what you're running and see if i can get my 8700K a bit cooler
     
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    Actual picture of OP's rig right now

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    Thanks havabeer, it's actually running cooler than my last rig :rolleyes:
     
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    hah, that pic is exactly how my computer feels under the table when gaming.

    It's nice and cool under water, but it's cooking me from the legs up!
     
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    trying to work out if I should get this cpu delidded or not :confused::confused::confused:
     
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    It definitely helps with the mad temp spikes.
    Most CPUs it can save 10-20', occasionally you get one that surprisingly isn't all that bad as is.

    Pushing for high clocks though, I'd just say "yes" and be done with it. :p

    Done plenty in a vice, easy as. But I have an aquacomputer tool here that just twists em off nice and gentle.
     
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    If I get it done, it will be by headin2001 he is local and has done one for me before :thumbup:
     
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    Yeah he's the man in these parts when it comes to delidding chips. :)

    *Insert Nike Slogan Here
     

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