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A Review of the Intel 10th gen with Intel and ASUS reps taking part.

 

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If you have a i7 8700k forget about this one.


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If you have a 270 or 290 MB forget about the 390 MB.


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If your CPU get very hot this could be why your overclocking an overclock. the same applies to the 9900K.

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Interesting. My temperatures when performing a benchmark for a sustained period of time, even with MCE, were low (~60c). I'm using an ASUS board, which likely explains my lack of elevated temperatures since they appear to have one of the less aggressive enhancement configurations.

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17 hours ago, Hyperfocal said:

Interesting. My temperatures when performing a benchmark for a sustained period of time, even with MCE, were low (~60c). I'm using an ASUS board, which likely explains my lack of elevated temperatures since they appear to have one of the less aggressive enhancement configurations.

Which ASUS motherboard do you have? And what would you consider a safe and conservative OC that every i9-10900K can reach? I'm assuming 5.0GHz will be no problems?


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3 hours ago, captain420 said:

Which ASUS motherboard do you have? And what would you consider a safe and conservative OC that every i9-10900K can reach? I'm assuming 5.0GHz will be no problems?

I'm using the Maximus XII Formula. It has a liquid VRM cooling block, but I'm not using that feature and only liquid cooling the CPU with a 280mm radiator. I'll preface my overclocking statement by saying that I only have experience with a single 10900K, and there are a bunch of folks more knowledgeable on the subject than I am. Based on my experience and results I've seen from reviewers on YouTube It seems that a stable all-core 5.0 GHz is widely attainable with an AIO cooler 240mm and up. I've actually seen reviewers get 5.2 GHz on a 280mm AIO, but I take a very conservative approach to overclocking.

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That sounds very promising then. I have a 360mm AIO, hopefully that will allow me to run at 5.0 - 5.2GHz all core with decent temps.

With my current 8 yr old setup, I am running an i7-3770k OC to 4.5GHz at 1.26V and when using P3D I notice my max temp gets to about 85-86C. with it averaging around 70C.


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On 5/29/2020 at 5:01 AM, G-RFRY said:

If your CPU get very hot this could be why your overclocking an overclock. the same applies to the 9900K.

Very informative video. Thanks for posting that Ray.

2 hours ago, captain420 said:

I am running an i7-3770k OC to 4.5GHz at 1.26V and when using P3D I notice my max temp gets to about 85-86C. with it averaging around 70C

Aaron, I have almost an identical system as yours running at 4.5ghz and 1.2v. It runs P3D at 58-59C  with rare spikes to no more than 63C. I am using an old medium size Noctua air cpu cooler. The room I operate in is 65-69 F. I only got to 80C when stress testing. You might want check your thermal paste and airflow.

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3 hours ago, Ted Striker said:

Very informative video. Thanks for posting that Ray.

Aaron, I have almost an identical system as yours running at 4.5ghz and 1.2v. It runs P3D at 58-59C  with rare spikes to no more than 63C. I am using an old medium size Noctua air cpu cooler. The room I operate in is 65-69 F. I only got to 80C when stress testing. You might want check your thermal paste and airflow.

Ted 

My room temperature is about 79-80F. I am using a hypermaster 212 evo cooler.


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18 hours ago, captain420 said:

My room temperature is about 79-80F.

That is most of the difference right there.

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On 5/30/2020 at 7:06 AM, captain420 said:

That sounds very promising then. I have a 360mm AIO, hopefully that will allow me to run at 5.0 - 5.2GHz all core with decent temps.

With my current 8 yr old setup, I am running an i7-3770k OC to 4.5GHz at 1.26V and when using P3D I notice my max temp gets to about 85-86C. with it averaging around 70C.

That's definitely too hot. I had a 2600k @ 4.8 with 1,34v that didn't hit those temps. You need more airflow in your case, make sure there is no dust build up, and possible reapply your TIM. If none of that works I would drop the clocks down a little. the voltage is fine.


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