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Intel 11th Gen Rocket Lake desktop CPU in early 2021

Discussion in 'Intel x86 CPUs and chipsets' started by vlinx, Dec 12, 2020.

  1. shane41

    shane41 Member

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    No I have to unsubscribe, music is so bad I rather listen to her and she has way too much brains :p
     
  2. Zarok77

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    What ?
    Lol
     
  3. Yehat

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    Agree.

    For those wanting more info there's a really indepth review on tech powerup (below) where they are making a compelling case as the 11400f being the pick of the current budget cpus for gaming.

    They show the effects of removing power limits to run all core boost, bclk to 102.9 (intel have capped non k cpus to under 103) and gear1 vs gear 2. With these settings in their gaming benchmarks it's often beating all the stock amd 3xxx series cpus and from a price to performance gaming perspective is very respectable vs stock 10600k/11600k.

    They do suggest a better cooler though if completely removing power limits. As they found the stock one can result in thermal throttling in this case.

    Source: https://www.techpowerup.com/review/intel-core-i5-11400f/
     
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    Thought I'd quickly share my real bench scores from my 10850k to 11900k quick maths 8% score uplift. my observation says it is largely carried by the huge IPC gains for image editing. Haven't even dialled in my ram properly yet.

    Currently oc'd based on core usage:

    1 core = 54x
    2 core = 54x
    3 core = 53x
    4 core = 53x
    5 core = 53x
    6 core = 53x
    7 core = 52x
    8 core = 52x

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    It would be some bad bin :shock:
     
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    ESs are usually garbage.
     
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  10. Zarok77

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    testing some superPI 32m with z590 tachyon :lol:

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  11. shane41

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    Upload that one
     
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  12. headin2001

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    Nice start. I’m at 5m08.8s at 5G/4.5 uncore. Get that memory tightened up
     
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  13. Zarok77

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    going sub 5m 5.4ghz on 2 cores only ram at 1.65v :). good mobo :thumbup:


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  14. shane41

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    Way faster than 10th gen it's not funny :Paranoid:
     
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  15. Zarok77

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    yeah 11gen is good at this.

    headin2001

    how you do that at only 5ghz? my score seem too high then...
     
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    No hyperthreading, copy waza, tight sub and tertiary timings, xp if you can get it working on your board. You can lose years of your life to 32m.
     
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  17. headin2001

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    plus OS installs. OMG so much fun
     
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    sub timings are key.
     
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  19. Zarok77

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    yep, need to spend more time with it
     
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    You can order binned 5.1GHz 11900K from Silicon Lottery but all sold out atm and also expensive.. US$880(60+% higher than MSRP).
    https://siliconlottery.com/collections/intel-rocket-lake/products/11900k51g
    Still not a bad deal if you really want gg 11900K cos only 29% can do 5.1GHz and 73% can do 5GHz all cores according to Silicon Lottery.

    Hopefully mine's better than average, got one locally ~10 days ago but haven't had a chance to install it yet. :(
     

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