8700K wars

Discussion in 'Intel x86 CPUs and chipsets' started by shane41, Oct 30, 2018.

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    edit. Go into real temp settings & redo core 6. 1.2v is good & you temps are low.
    Can it continue in frequency going up multi's
     
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    Oh 5ghz Cb score

    http://www.mediafire.com/view/w404jnjp888h93k/8700K_5Ghz_CB.png/file

    Most of my settings were all on auto for now
     
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    Ram kit is a 4000Mhz 17-17-37 from Gskill
    Cooling is using a NZXT X72 AIO

    Your score is pretty beasty, pretty sure no way i can run my mems at your speed and latency
     
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    Fastest done for 5Ghz :confused: perhaps ... I uploaded 51x 52x 53x ones as well to the bot. More as a reference later to see how I'm going
    Rams? Mine are 4000 19-25-25-45 Galax ... but yes you want better cooling to push on, it can be overloaded very quickly
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    So a opponent always considers/ thinks it must be the rams " why he is so fast " What about that dude inputting the settings.
    These rams are not great. Big ram profiles do not work in the bios. Will not boot ever. Alot of the time I'll start XMP & tighten down timings.
    Especially for 3D benches, you cannot predict whats fast ... so I save some OC profiles & test them.
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    I've always hacked away @ other Hwbot members scores. They can have more cores, single stage cooling, volt mods ...
    But if they brute force a score with processor speed only, then you have a chance to get them score with less.

    A 1680 Cinebench R15 won't be difficult with your system. Explore that bios, do a better score & save. Keep pushing :D Effort is your reward
     
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    Awesome score! I'm thinking of trying to find another 8700K for benchies...not sure though if I can find one with a low vCore that scales well (using ambient cooling)...
     
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    Just go straight to 8086K they are higher bins & chances improve dramatically ... most are 52x 1.4v benchers
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    That score. Hmm here's the thing ... I've battled sucky processors, bad IMC, under performing rams for years.
    Good parts make it easy ... but you will not learn.

    You'll laugh @ me know :Paranoid: I running a 250GB WD hdd clunker for the OS ... yep boot & it's still rattling 10 minutes later.
    Does that in the benchmark too. Cool temps in the morning I had only x2 hits on that bench before water temps high,
    processor loads peaked a tad over 80deg & BSOD. That's it game over :lol: wait for another cool morning

    Here's the target :Pirate: You'll see I'm in a sea of 55x scores ... so I must have something good in the hack of bios settings

    [​IMG]
     
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    Grab an SSD shane, they’re dirt cheap right now.
     
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    Dis-organised my man ... I have my Vertex 4's here still great. Have you done anything OJR or is " that dude we all know " gunna whip your ass on his 6core :p

    edit. :Paranoid: better to not toss the bread crumbs
     
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    Just enjoying my 5.2Ghz 24/7 OC dude. Sorry what were we supposed to bench again? :lol:
     
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    Anything you like really ... Cinebench any of them are easy fast too do. Get some practice in before the disruptor :Paranoid: comes along
     
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    He won’t. He’s too busy polishing his crack pipe.
     
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    Kids :rolleyes: they are easily entertained for hours.
    Nice sunny day OJR ... wonder why I'm spending it on the prep HWbot scores. cpu validation ... haha not done one in a while.
    Sitting on my butt today being lazy as fuKK :D
     
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    im still waiting for you to bring that fresh cooked batch up here

    and I see you back on team intel and sold that POS amfail system
     
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    Well well well.. Look what the scat dragged in...
     
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    lol @ 1309 -- I thought you had a "golden chip"

    CB@5.2.png
     
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    we could do super pi 1M

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    Drop the hyperthreading and go for a fair comparison. lol

    6/6 vs 6/12. I pulled 1292 with my daily settings, just setting custom threads in cinebench rather than disabling hyper-threading completely for a quick comparison. (Full 6/12 ran 1712 at daily settings, setting to 53x with everything else the same only got me like 1741. wow, gotta push hard to get those numbers up)

    5.2GHz, horrible rgb ram at xmp. 3600 something something slow timings here... (don't judge me). :Paranoid: Goes to show that dialing in that ram can more than make up for a 200MHz difference over 6 cores.
     
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    R15 6c6t CJ ... a reference for the new 9600K guys to hit. 8700K 8086K a 1680 Cinebench R15 is doable

    50x 1705 that's your target
    http://hwbot.org/submission/3973370_
    51x 1741
    http://hwbot.org/submission/3973377_
    52x 1775
    http://hwbot.org/submission/3973397_
    53x 1809
    http://hwbot.org/submission/3973523_

    There's a 54x as well ... but I'm going back & hitting it with more stick. Not about being golden processors, it's about using what you have :thumbup:
    *note* these were on my busted ass OS that's been hammered, errors, shit don't work, no realtime set, on the internet.
    If I'm going to hurt scores :weirdo: it's fresh OS, all crap turned off bios, minimum processes, tiny gpu third slot etc etc.

    Those links up there, quickest uploaded to HWbot. What this processor can do given ideal conditions? Doubt it
    Time to get busy fella's. XTU that's a tough bitch of a bench, demands attention
     

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