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    Quote Originally Posted by FunknNasty View Post
    at Brucey

    Hey nice AIDA scores ...especially with that dog arsed slow cache speed. Have you tried something with a ring bus speed closer to 5.0 Ghz?

    OBTW ....My 8086 powered Apex X owns the Dark with regard to the CinBench scoe ...245 here at 5.5. :-)
    , Finally somebody speaking my language. lolol

    Yea, I ran the AIDA 64 memory latency with ring set at 45 since it's a work profile I use daily. But thanks I'll raise the ring to 49 and give AIDA 64 another attempt, maybe I can drop my 37.4ns down to 36?

    As far as Cinebench Single Thread, Hahaha, my 243 was first early bios back in January when I got the board. Let me give Cinebench R15 Single a go with the new 1.06 bios and a 5.6Ghz run, see what I can come up with.

    Just got this new Noctua 65mm cooler delivered yesterday, so I'll run an entire new bank of tests. LOLOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by iBruceypoo View Post
    , Finally somebody speaking my language. lolol
    Yeah, NS ....I was beginning to think I was the only one left on the planet ...

    Yea, I ran the AIDA 64 memory latency with ring set at 45 since it's a work profile I use daily. But thanks I'll raise the ring to 49 and give AIDA 64 another attempt, maybe I can drop my 37.4ns down to 36?

    Your score is crazy good ....I'm thinking sub 35 with 4266 or 4133 at c16-16 or lower and the ring around 5.0.

    As far as Cinebench Single Thread, Hahaha, my 243 was first early bios back in January when I got the board. Let me give Cinebench R15 Single a go with the new 1.06 bios and a 5.6Ghz run, see what I can come up with

    Yeah, it's been awhile since I raced my puter. But I did run a CinBench this morning to see if it would match what I did back in March and sure enough a spot on 245. Let me know about that 5.6 ....almost tried that this morning as per your earlier post regarding the "5.6 as per core" over clock. I might try a suicide run later.

    btw ...you do have me by a few ticks on the PassMark cpu score. :-)


    Just got this new Noctua 65mm cooler delivered yesterday, so I'll run an entire new bank of tests.

    I use the fans on my H100 V2 Corsair AIO ....push pull.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FunknNasty View Post
    Yeah, NS ....I was beginning to think I was the only one left on the planet ...

    Yea, I ran the AIDA 64 memory latency with ring set at 45 since it's a work profile I use daily. But thanks I'll raise the ring to 49 and give AIDA 64 another attempt, maybe I can drop my 37.4ns down to 36?

    Your score is crazy good ....I'm thinking sub 35 with 4266 or 4133 at c16-16 or lower and the ring around 5.0.

    As far as Cinebench Single Thread, Hahaha, my 243 was first early bios back in January when I got the board. Let me give Cinebench R15 Single a go with the new 1.06 bios and a 5.6Ghz run, see what I can come up with

    Yeah, it's been awhile since I raced my puter. But I did run a CinBench this morning to see if it would match what I did back in March and sure enough a spot on 245. Let me know about that 5.6 ....almost tried that this morning as per your earlier post regarding the "5.6 as per core" over clock. I might try a suicide run later.

    btw ...you do have me by a few ticks on the PassMark cpu score. :-)


    Just got this new Noctua 65mm cooler delivered yesterday, so I'll run an entire new bank of tests.

    I use the fans on my H100 V2 Corsair AIO ....push pull.
    Thanks bro. I tried to improve my 243 score at 5.5Ghz last night and it wouldn't budge. Looks like I'm stuck there with this 8086K, oh well not too shabby. lol

    I'll take your advice and run some AIDA 64 mem latency this weekend, I'd like to drop to 34ns and see what that FEELS like.

    Yea, my PassMark CPU Single Thread is 3389. The World Maximum stated within the benchmark window is 3333, yet PassMark didn't send me a trophy.

    That last bit I wrote about that small 65mm Noctua cooler was only a joke. I got it delivered only to kind of prove that surface cooling area is not so important when booting into new higher clock speeds, hypothesizing that even an extremely tiny air cooler will allow my 8086K to boot at 5.4Ghz 5.5Ghz and 5.6Ghz all cores all threads, and I believe I'll be able to run all my work apps (maybe not at 5.6Ghz) we'll see. Of course, I could not run any benchmarks or stress tests for any length of time with such a small cooler without hitting 100C very quickly, only purchased the tiny cooler as an experiment, running the experiment today.

    I normally use a larger 140mm Noctua C14S for overclocking benching and my daily work OC. Photo Below: the cooler on the left.

    Yea, it's pretty amazing how thermally-efficient the Coffee Lake 8700K and 8086K really are - the better ones able to run at high clocks using only AIOs like your H100 V2 and good air coolers.

    Too bad Intel ruined that thermal efficiency with the 9900K and the soldering fiasco.



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    My every day setup:


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    just for kicks and giggles , my setting on a 3700 ring bus:


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    Looks great man, you have an Apex X and Apex XI?

    Yea, I could most likely drop my AIDA 64 to 36 or 35 maybe 34, with some tweaking of 2nd and 3rd timings and YUP, increasing my Ring bus to 49, lol. The thing is with AIDA 64, you can complete the memory latency test only to find out your memory timings are not stable when running Memtest

    https://hcidesign.com/memtest/

    I picked up my Apex X December 31st 2017, along with an 8700K after waiting for the Maximus X Extreme that was finally announced would not be produced. I LOVE the overclocking 2DIMM slot boards so much now, looked at the Extreme 11, and for $599? Nope, I'm hooked on 2DIMM boards for my work computers.

    Is your 8086K binned? OR did you just get super-lucky playing the lotto? lolol.

    I got mine from Siliconlottery.com binned at 5.3Ghz in July 2018, and 7months prior grabbed an 8700K binned at 5.2Ghz also from SL.com. Super silicon-efficient chips are so much fun, such a wide range of clocks and options available.

    I don't have an Apex XI, wish I did, but I'll just wait and check out the Apex XII (12), arriving in a about 5months. I could really skip Comet Lake altogether and be just fine, maybe I'll just pick up a Rocket Lake Apex 13? lol Will ROG skip the unlucky number 13?

    So anywho, the experiment with the very tiny 65mm Noctua cooler kind of went as hypothesized, almost. I was able to boot and run all my work apps at 5.4Ghz 6c12t and at 5.5Ghz 6c12t, but the 5.6Ghz attempt failed miserably. Got a 66C temp reading while attempting to boot on the Z390 Dark's post code display, so I guess just too much heat for the small cooler to boot successfully. Today, reinstalling my Noctua C14S 140mm air cooler, it does an amazing job with the 8086K at high clocks, 5.6Ghz all cores all threads easy boot and I run single core benchmarks. at 5.7Ghz and 5.8Ghz - I can set up single core BOOST (per core) profiles in bios where a single core will boost up to 5.7 and 5.8, boot and run all my work apps.

    5.9Ghz? NOPE, won't even boot. Maybe if I disabled some cores, but not with all 6cores active.

    Here's a screenshot using the tiny 65mm Noctua air cooler at 5.5Ghz 6c12t. It was only an experiment.

    Still, that little cooler did a pretty good job. NOW, back to my C14S supercooler.

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    [QUOTE=iBruceypoo;782168]Looks great man, you have an Apex X and Apex XI?

    Just the APex X. Bought it Feb., 2018 with an 8600K


    Is your 8086K binned? OR did you just get super-lucky playing the lotto? lolol.

    No. I rolled the dice on the 8086 having a better IMC than the 8600K ...And I go lucky there. Actually I bought the 8086 as a back up in case the new 4400 2x8 lit didn't work with the 8600K ....long story shot, the memory didn't work well with either. So I kept the 8086 and retired the 8600 and returned the new 4400 kit.

    Got a 66C temp reading while attempting to boot on the Z390 Dark's post code display, so I guess just too much heat for the small cooler to boot successfully. Today, reinstalling my Noctua C14S 140mm air cooler, it does an amazing job with the 8086K at high clocks, 5.6Ghz all cores all threads easy boot and I run single core benchmarks. at 5.7Ghz and 5.8Ghz - I can set up single core BOOST (per core) profiles in bios where a single core will boost up to 5.7 and 5.8, boot and run all my work apps.

    WTG ...I really like your kit

    Here's a screenshot using the tiny 65mm Noctua air cooler at 5.5Ghz 6c12t. It was only an experiment.

    Nice!

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    [QUOTE=FunknNasty;782205]
    Quote Originally Posted by iBruceypoo View Post
    Looks great man, you have an Apex X and Apex XI?

    Just the APex X. Bought it Feb., 2018 with an 8600K


    Is your 8086K binned? OR did you just get super-lucky playing the lotto? lolol.

    No. I rolled the dice on the 8086 having a better IMC than the 8600K ...And I go lucky there. Actually I bought the 8086 as a back up in case the new 4400 2x8 lit didn't work with the 8600K ....long story shot, the memory didn't work well with either. So I kept the 8086 and retired the 8600 and returned the new 4400 kit.

    Got a 66C temp reading while attempting to boot on the Z390 Dark's post code display, so I guess just too much heat for the small cooler to boot successfully. Today, reinstalling my Noctua C14S 140mm air cooler, it does an amazing job with the 8086K at high clocks, 5.6Ghz all cores all threads easy boot and I run single core benchmarks. at 5.7Ghz and 5.8Ghz - I can set up single core BOOST (per core) profiles in bios where a single core will boost up to 5.7 and 5.8, boot and run all my work apps.

    WTG ...I really like your kit

    Here's a screenshot using the tiny 65mm Noctua air cooler at 5.5Ghz 6c12t. It was only an experiment.

    Nice!
    I played the Silicon Lottery and got lucky with a 3770K way back in 2013, it was an amazing CPU would boot to 5.2Ghz. It was a replacement since I attempted to delid my former 3770K (an average overclocker) and I sliced into the memory lanes deep into the 3770K's PCB and well broke it.

    The replacement was from Amazon US and a top 5% golden chip - I got extremely lucky.

    But this 8086K I have I ended up buying from SiliconLottery.com and yea it was expensive man. $880 with shipping binned at 5.3Ghz and delidded YIKES!

    But its for getting work completed very fast, so the $400 Premium was worth it in time saved and better quality of my work overall.


    ---Sending that tiny 65mm cooler back to Amazon today. lol Full Refund.

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    [QUOTE=iBruceypoo;782296]
    Quote Originally Posted by FunknNasty View Post

    I played the Silicon Lottery and got lucky with a 3770K way back in 2013, it was an amazing CPU would boot to 5.2Ghz. It was a replacement since I attempted to delid my former 3770K (an average overclocker) and I sliced into the memory lanes deep into the 3770K's PCB and well broke it.

    The replacement was from Amazon US and a top 5% golden chip - I got extremely lucky.

    But this 8086K I have I ended up buying from SiliconLottery.com and yea it was expensive man. $880 with shipping binned at 5.3Ghz and delidded YIKES!

    But its for getting work completed very fast, so the $400 Premium was worth it in time saved and better quality of my work overall.


    ---Sending that tiny 65mm cooler back to Amazon today. lol Full Refund.
    Oh, I would've paid the premium for your chip back in Feb. :-)

    Ok, I've wasted more time over the last two nites than I care to admit playing with that 3700 cache speed .....can you do me a favor and post an AIDA at 4133 c17-17- CR1. Actually two AIDA graphics would be really cool: one to the 5500 you already posted and the other to my 5300 at 3700 cache.
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    How about this? 4133Mhz 14-14-14-34 CR2

    Now, that's a sweet AIDA 64 memory latency score.

    Dat Z390 Dark and those surface mounted ddr4 dimms Doe!

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