*Official* NBR Desktop Overclocker's Lounge [laptop owners welcome, too]

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  1. pathfindercod

    pathfindercod Notebook Virtuoso

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    Which ram modules you using?

     
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    pathfindercod Notebook Virtuoso

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    Cool, thank you. Was going to get some gold tridents but I think a little to blingy (maybe still deciding) and not so sure how well it’ll be with the copper look wise. Need 16gbx2 minimum for this build but some of the 16x2 is as much or more than 32gbx2… lol I have never been so indecisive in my life on parts for this one. Ultimate Staley want some good looking ram with this board that runs stable a reliable.

     
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    tps3443 Notebook Virtuoso

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    I didn’t really buy them for looks. I owned an Evga X299 Dark at the time. And I bought these in June 2020. It was really the best ram for quad channel. Because they were CL15 at 4,000Mhz, and quad channel.

    It just so happens that they are incredible in 2x8GB.

    Testing 5,200Mhz right now.
     
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  5. Papusan

    Papusan Jokebook's Sucks! Dont waste your $$$ on Filthy

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    tps3443 Notebook Virtuoso

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    I have discovered something interesting with my 11900K.

    The cache frequency greatly increases the auto CPU voltage demand. If I leave the cache default, my CPU in R23 at 5.2Ghz only pulls 1.409V (with No AVX offsets)

    I may just get 5.3Ghz 100% stable. My 11900K calls for 1.476V-1.481V at 5.3Ghz all core with cache on auto.


    I’m thinking this chip might be worthwhile to delid.
     
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    I think I mentioned that before that pushing cache can get the 11th gen hot and hungry. Over on the OC forums, you see most of them just settle for 45/51 so they can just have a love fest with memory. Some will drop it even further for stability. You'll need to find that balance between cache gains vs OC gains as always.

    Your 11900k is a decent sample. It could be MUCH worse....trust me. I usually run mine at 43x cache. The worst was still that 5.2 all core requiring 1.518 and pulling 368w for CB23.

    Have you tried to manually dial in the voltage to see how much it requires or did EVGA get it right and manual is close to board auto?


    Gigabyte dropped a new BIOS update (F7) finally. Still doesn't fix the audio bug, but IMC voltage requirements dropped a bit.
    I was testing the IMC on my 11th and it will do 3866 @ 1.35, 3733 @ 1.3. This is down from 1.375 for both on F6. I might go back in and see if 3900 is able to run now.

    And yeah, a delid introduces much more headroom with the 11th gen being so temp sensitive.
     
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    electrosoft Perpetualist Matrixist

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    Nice early Windows 11 vs 10 gaming fps shootout:

     
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    Thanks for the vote of confidence....
    https://www.3dmark.com/3dm11/14632404
    https://www.3dmark.com/3dm11/14582933
    https://www.3dmark.com/3dm11/14582923
    4748mhz
    https://www.3dmark.com/3dm11/14632401
     
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    I can manage 5.2Ghz all core at barely SUB 300 watts in R23. (No AVX offset) and it’ll score right at (16,880-16,900) range.

    5.2Ghz all core very very low 1.400 voltage range. (This is adaptive voltage)

    5.3Ghz all core is hit or miss in R23. The heat gets to the 11900K sometimes in about 3 out of 5 runs in R23.

    The IMC is fantastic, and the silicon seems to be good enough.

    I can run my cache at 4.7Ghz stable. (While still maintaining 5.2Ghz all core) this puts a slightly higher voltage demand, but it still hangs around the 1.432-1.439v range. And power jumps up a little




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