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  1. jc_denton

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    Well according to their own binning statistics, almost 1/3 of all 9900KS can hit 5.1Ghz <1.3v
     
  2. tps3443

    tps3443 Notebook Deity

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    Yes but they run a -2AVX offset so they are really hitting 4.9Ghz.
     
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    They want like $1,299 for the model that runs 5.2Ghz with a -2AVX offset.
     
  4. Meaker@Sager

    Meaker@Sager Company Representative

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    AVX is a lot more stressful, a lot of people wont stability test with it.
     
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    Caseking has 5.1Ghz 9900KS, they don't specify exact voltage from what I can tell. They only mention that the max voltage used is 1.39v +/- 30mV depending on other components. But that's for both 5.0/5.1 versions.

    While 8Pack's 5.1Ghz 9900K states, "Guaranteed minimum overclock of 5.1 Ghz with an AIO 240mm cooler with 1.35-1.425v"

    9900KS is tempting because of a lower voltage. But performance clock for clock to a P0 is meh, and even more pointless when you have a good P0 sample.
     
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    Yes but if you stability test at 5Ghz using non AVX and your good to go at like 90-92C. You go run BFV your system is going to throttle hard.

    It feels like -AVX is not a real overclock to me.
     
  7. Prema

    Prema Your Freedom, Your Choice

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    That was for the P8.

    Well, the 9900KS throttles down to about 2.1Ghz in a matter of seconds with stock firmware on the P8. ;)
    The P7 is still officially supported by Clevo so the latest BIOS should at least "support" it...
     
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    Meaker@Sager Company Representative

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    Intel were not exactly thinking about... Well much when releasing it to be fair.
     
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  9. Papusan

    Papusan JOKEBOOK's Sucks! Dont waste your $$$ on FILTHY

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    You mean buy from their tray and then let them delidde it for you? Then you'll get their worst bin.
    I hear you. der8auer recommend at least 3 bin AVX offset. But don't listen on such advices:D
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    I meant select the pre-tested bin you want and add the delid option. You could buy the 5.1 model and get the $49.99 delid option.

    Sometimes I’m not so certain about Siliconlottery though. When I purchased a CPU from them in the past it was sealed in the box. And it didn’t run 4.8 like advertised. It only ran 4.7. I had to delid it myself, and resort to custom water cooling and extreme voltage to attain a much higher overclock.

    ^ So how are they testing processors if they’re are still sealed in the package? Is he guessing with batch numbers? Or possibly using a heat gun to carefully open and re-package each processor?

    ^ I really don’t know. I just know I paid over $300 for a binned i5 that was sealed in the retail packaging. And it did not run at the speed that was guaranteed.
     
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