The Mighty Clevo P870DM-G "Phoenix" Gets an 8700K and GTX 1080 Upgrade

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  1. Prema

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    Nope, we never need a programmer to flash a proper firmware.
     
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    @Papusan what do you think? Is this 'Papusan' stock or a golden chip :D at -150mv undervolt on vcore? Bare in mind its being cooled with only 3 heatpipes lol

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  3. Papusan

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    Congrats with new hardware:) And +rep

    One thing for sure this ain’t Papusan Stock:D Neither is it Papusan’s unoptimized Stock.

    Enjoy freedom with socketed hardware!!

    And be very happy you didn’t jump on today’s new and shiny http://forum.notebookreview.com/threads/bga-venting-thread.798775/page-225#post-10922543
     
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    Thanks, hmm maybe the new heatsink will improve that as I’m hitting 105c on the cpu, yeah I disabled tjmax in the bios because why not for the benchmark plus I need a heater for my room:D
     
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    Prema Your Freedom, Your Choice

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    150- mV is a very high undervolt. Sounds like an excellent chip. Mine can't even go lower than 45-mV on stock clocks.

    Did the system reach 105c with such a high undervolt during a CB15 run on stock clocks or was that during longer gaming sessions? That sounds unusually high for a CB15, make sure to use FN 1 full fan profile for benching.
     
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    Great chip, I have mine at -120mV. Anything above -100mV it's great for 9900K.
    But even then cooling at stock clocks is an issue.
     
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    I don't know your thermal headroom before you reach 105C inCinebench. But have you tried reduce the undervolt somewhat and see if you can get higher CBR-15 score this way? A too massive undervolt can reduce your max possible bench scores. Worth a try as long you don't run all day near 105C. Give it a shoot bruh. See... Find the "DaMafiaGamer's" stock:p
    Exactly:D
     
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    It’s reaches 105c in cinebench, in gaming it reaches around 83 to 88c. Varies from core to core. Cpu package reports 85c for games like rage 2, far cry new dawn, metro exodus...
     
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    Maybe help the cooling yourself or try with reduced Cashe:)
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