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  1. Meaker@Sager

    Meaker@Sager Company Representative

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    You'll still get better performance than a hex core in properly multithreaded apps. However games have never favored cores over frequency.
     
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    Here is something you can expect. This is based on a more presentable auto fans using John's fan control software.
    4.7 ghz Not trying for optimal or world records. Just a sitting on top of a desk using a fully closed P870TM1. 75F Room temp.
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    Which is pretty damn impressive rolling back 200mhz but having 33% more cores going at it.
     
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    @Meaker@Sager
    That is not rolling anything back. That is at it's factory clock settings. 50,50,49,48,48,47,47,47

    This one is at 50,50,49,48,48,48,48,48.

    Which is weird because last week temps were a bit higher.
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    Rolling back over the 8086k/8700k comfortable 24/7 settings.
     
  6. Johnksss

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    But I never said anything about an 8086K nor a 8700K, so you have me at a loss.
     
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    He is just generally comparing the 9900K with the previous 8086K/8700K, saying it's impressive that they managed to add 33% more cores while only slowing them all down by 200 MHZ.

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    Indeed it was me who brought up the 8700K/8086k comparison.
     
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    Can you point out this 200 Mhz that I seem to be missing? Thanks.
     
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    From what I understand Meaker to be saying, the 8700K/8086K should usually run about 5 GHz 24/7, while the 9900K looks to be running around 4.8 GHz 24/7, hence the 9900K rolling back 200 MHz (from 5 GHZ on the 8***K) with more cores.
     
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