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

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  1. Mr. Fox

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    Thank you. Just an average "63" (which I understand is typical) so nothing special.

    What is your 10900K SP rating?
     
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    I got lucky with SP103. Was my first pull. I ordered a second that went to my brother was an SP 88. I've also had SP 83 and SP80 which were all sold while the shortage was going on. I wanted to bin a bit. Some SP63 chips are amazing as you can see from your results, and some SP63 are absoutely garbage.
     
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    Well, I guess we will see how my peasant gamer-boy SP 63 CPU holds up. I am going to treat it like a 100+ and just give it however much voltage it needs, whether it is 1.500V or 1.700V, and bench it the way I want to bench it. It's either going to hold up like a champ or die in the process, LOL. I'm not going to babysit it. The only thing that might save its silicon a$$ from a fiery death is my killer cooling system. I bought it to run the crap out of it, and that's exactly what I am planning to do to it. It will be fun and interesting to see how it holds up to being treated like a rag doll. I learned a lot from reading Brother @Falkentyne posts on HWBOT and ASUS forums.

    Here are some interesting observations: http://forum.notebookreview.com/threads/the-throttlestop-guide.531329/page-1220#post-11044704
     
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    Are you able to produce anything meaningful with a 103 or is that just for super low voltage?

    The reason why I ask is because i'm hard locked at 5.35ghz with temps over 50C under load.
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    You better go out side like we use to do in the old days or bust out the portable AC. :)
     
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    i keep crashing on R20. Grrrr
     
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