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Samsarulz`s Core i7 7700K at 6100MHz with an ASRock Z170M OC Formula motherboard - 27°C

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Samsarulz`s Core i7 7700K at 6100MHz with an ASRock Z170M OC Formula motherboard - 27°C

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    United States mllrkllr88 says:

    Nice one man! Too bad the crazy air CPU didn't scale better with cold :(

    United States GtiJason says:

    Nice Samsa, bet that cpu scale much better if you can keep it cold. Those positive temps surely holding it back, sf3d pot ?

    Netherlands wiLLius says:

    There's more left in that silicon when you're able to keep to chilly! Nice result nonetheless Samsa.

    Chile Samsarulz says:

    wiLLius said: There's more left in that silicon when you're able to keep to chilly! Nice result nonetheless Samsa.


    According to RT I might had a TIM crack (since positive XTU temp readings), then there´s some room left

    United Kingdom GeorgeStorm says:

    Samsarulz said: According to RT I might had a TIM crack (since positive XTU temp readings), then there´s some room left


    I was about to say I would assume that, since I'm pretty sure the SF3D pot can handle that chip, especially at only 1.7v.

    Great score though :)

    Chile Samsarulz says:

    GeorgeStorm said: I was about to say I would assume that, since I'm pretty sure the SF3D pot can handle that chip, especially at only 1.7v.

    Great score though :)


    Even with cracks I got 6200/5500 on almost all benchmarks (CB R15-R11.5, x265, HW Prime) and 6500/6000 for 2/2 for PiFast and SPi (1m and 32m) so would like to see some improvements with no cracks!

    Gotta test soon

    United Kingdom GeorgeStorm says:

    Samsarulz said: Even with cracks I got 6200/5500 on almost all benchmarks (CB R15-R11.5, x265, HW Prime) and 6500/6000 for 2/2 for PiFast and SPi (1m and 32m) so would like to see some improvements with no cracks!

    Gotta test soon


    What kind of voltage? You should have room to push it, looking forward to seeing what you manage :)

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