Z390chipset, i9 9900k i79700k and i5

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  1. headin2001

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    There is nothing wrong with that man.

    From my recent testing in the G.Skill competition, I had a lot of struggles too with gaining mem speed on air. With SS on CPU I was able to get to 5000 on the 9900k, but was pushing over 5200 with my 8086k and memory still on air. Current 9900k is able to do 4700+ C14-13-2t

    For VCCSA, you are probably goin way to far there at 1.7v and you are going to hurt the CPU if you do it too long without adequate cooling. I found the 4 CPUs I tried all topped out scaling on ambient around 1.45v SA, 1.35v IO, and only the 8086k scales up to 1.52v SA on LN2 for my 5586 validation.
     
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  2. Azzan

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    Any guess on 10th gen i7/i9 specs & release date? imo:

    i7 10700K - 3.7GHz/5.0GHz, 10c/10t - ~Aug-Sep 2019
    i9 10900K - 3.7GHz/5.1GHz, 10c/20t - ~Aug-Sep 2019
    i9 10950K - 3.8GHz/5.1GHz, 12c/24t - ~Aug-Sep 2019
     
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  3. Azzan

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    Oh joy :rolleyes: another day of segmentation. The six month Anniversary Limited Edition models

    Headin looky here plug & play goldens :weirdo:
     
  5. DarkSnipa

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    I wonder if the 9900KS is going to cost around 950AUD just the like premium on the 8086K which is actually not bad, looks like Intel is desperate to sell some pre binned 9900K for overclockers :D
     
  6. shane41

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    Fuck me. Intel 10 series maybe in 7-8 months. So much for tick tock shit, suppose I should be happy with all this new & shiny :rolleyes:
    New chipset 490,495 say goodbye to your z390 boys. Another short lived product & no chance of dropping new processors in your boards.
     
  7. Azzan

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    Hmm just finished building 9900K system, ran Cinebench R15 and my score seems to be bit low for some reason.. any guess why?
    My specs are on signature, all parts are new except for 9900K. I'm getting 1966, but previous owner was getting 2150-2170 with Z370 motherboard.
    https://forums.overclockers.com.au/threads/9900k-msi-z370-procarbon-ac.1265899/

    Thought my score would be slightly better because I'm using Z390 motherboard, everything's on default setting, XMS profile for memory enabled on BIOS and multicore enhancement is also on by default I think.

    My score:
    https://imgur.com/a/iErMOf7
     
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  8. AlliZ

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    are you benching your motherboard or cpu?
    im confused
     
  9. Azzan

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    CPU. I'm not sure what stock 9900K are suppose to get on Cinebench R15 but if previous owner got score of 2150-2170(on Z370 motherboard), then I should also get ~2150 but my scores are lower.
    I got 1966 on first run, 2021 on second run, and I also thought my score would be bit higher than 2150-2170 because I'm using Z390 motherboard.
     
  10. AlliZ

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    sorry i was being a dick, its clearly because of the clock speed (the same reason you took 17 shits in the ryzen threads)
    i thought ud catch on, the previous owner showed benches of the chip @ 5ghz
    yours isnt close :C
     
  11. Partha

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    Set your PC to performance mode in Windows so that your CPU runs at full speed all the time across all cores, and close all other un-necessary task while running Cinebench and you should be good.
     
  12. macktheknife

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    Make sure you have a clean system before you bench by shutting down any processes that aren't required (eg chrome, mail servers, message apps, dropbox) with task manager. Check you haven't over-ridden the settings for threads. Do the performance mode as above. You can try setting the priority higher although I don't think that really matters.

    I get 2100 with the system below (all stock except XMP on ram). I also just use the balanced power plan.

    I got as high as 2193 on one of the older unstable BIOS' updates. Anything at or above 2200 requires overclocking or doing things like adjusting MCE.

    HardOCP got 2068 stock all core, in their 9900k review and 2244 OC'd to 5ghz.

    If you do all the steps suggested and get above 2050, at stock I'd accept it. If you can't reach it despite all of that there might be a throttling or power issue and the bios might need to be investigated. 2050 to 1966 is only a 4.2% decrease so it's not _that_ much of an issue.
     
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  13. terroristone

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    The consumer also needs to take some blame, not supporting them when they needed it also held them back alot. AMD ran in the RED for years while not many consumers supported them, and now that they are doing ok people want to bag them? where were these people all this time? playing on the other side of the fence....
     
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    Why would consumers take the blame - why would as I customer support AMD if there processors were shit as compared to it's competitor just because "they needed it" - are you out of your mind ? Why would I spend my hard earned cash on an inferior product? Customers like me don't owe anything to AMD, neither to intel. You make a equally performing product as compared to your competitor, you can expect a fare share of consumer coming to you. And you make a better product then your competitor, people will buy your product more - it is that simple. Why will I support an inferior product ? If AMD's 3950x has higher performance or equal performance then say 9900k in single threaded work and almost double the multi threaded performance as an example because it is a 16 core processor as compared to 8 core 9900k, and costs less then 9900k or equivalent to 9900K, then intel will be deemed an inferior product - why I I buy an intel processor then ? Consumers don't owe anything to AMD, neither to intel or for that matter to any other company.
     
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    So AMD's product needs to be faster single thread have twice as many cores and twice as much performance multithread, and still be the same price or less than the 9900k? Only then will you deem the 9900k inferior??

    And you wonder why he said the consumer needs to take some of the blame.
     
  16. Partha

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    No read carefully what I said. I said they need to be better or equal in performance if they want consumers to buy their product. That was my main point. And if their product is better and they charge more so be it, after all they have a better product. The 3950x and 9900k was just a hypothetical example in one possible scenario where 9900k will be deemed inferior. I repeat again, the consumer owes nothing to AMD that we need to support them when they are red, neither as we do to intel, if they produce inferior products. Not sure why this mad logic of consumer needs to be blamed to some extent is popping up as if they are obligated to support inferior products for the sake of fanboyism - pure madness.
     
  17. Azzan

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    "Intel’s 10th Gen ‘Comet Lake’ Desktop CPU Lineup Allegedly Leaks Out – Core i9-10900KF Flagship With 10 Cores, 20 Threads, 5.2 GHz Boost at $499 US, 8 Cores Start at $339 US, 6 Cores at $179 US"
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    https://wccftech.com/intel-10th-gen-comet-lake-desktop-cpu-lineup-leak-lga-1159-socket-rumor/
    https://www.tweaktown.com/news/66560/intel-core-i9-10900kf-10c-20t-5-2ghz-499-14nm/index.html


    Boo ffs, new 10th gen = socket 1159.. so you'll have to get new Z490 mobo..
    Why new socket for 14nm refresh CPU??? F U Intel.
     
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  18. Court Jester

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    hrmmm looks like intel will be back on top across the board very soon
     
  19. shane41

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    Tick tock bend over for ramming ...k
     
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    are there any dates yet for 9900KS?
     

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