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    Kaby Lake 7Ghz OC

    Thanks Intel for the invite to the secret OC lab to play and a tour of the Oregon fab.

    A few months ago I was invited to Oregon to Intel OC lab and got to play with a few samples on LN2 as well as I was able to test a few Z170 boards back at my office with the Autocascade.

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    Nice, Charles

    We gonna see more LN2 from you in the future?
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    No offence to Fugger, but all Intel GPUs could reach 7ghz except the newer(Lol) ones.

    Where is 10Ghz+? at least. This shjz is boring af.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SinOfLiberty View Post
    No offence to Fugger, but all Intel GPUs could reach 7ghz except the newer(Lol) ones.

    Where is 10Ghz+? at least. This shjz is boring af.
    Get yourself an LN2 pot and let us know how it goes.
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    ^ Already on the way

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    Fugger,

    Did you get the chance to test out what stable clocks you can hit on water? I know a lot of reviews have said 5 GHz is easy, but I'd be curious to know if 6 GHz is attainable with enough patience.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SinOfLiberty View Post
    ^ Already on the way
    That'll be interesting. Please do post results. By the way, where are all the easy 7 GHz Intel GPUs? Or, even, CPUs for that matter?

    HWBOT:
    Sandy Bridge: 4 recorded to hit 6 GHz
    Ivy Bridge: 31 recorded hit 7 GHz out of ~190 LN2 results
    Haswell: Only 2 hit 7 GHz (1 @ 7007, 1 @ 7003)
    Broadwell: Charles owns this one at 5.2 GHz
    Skylake: 2 CPUs hit 7 GHz, most in mid 6's
    Kaby Lake: Holds current record for 4 core Intel CPU frequency, 4+ samples already capable of 7 GHz+ with limited amount of results

    Quote Originally Posted by AliG View Post
    Fugger,

    Did you get the chance to test out what stable clocks you can hit on water? I know a lot of reviews have said 5 GHz is easy, but I'd be curious to know if 6 GHz is attainable with enough patience.
    Stable clocks? No way, maybe on cascade. I doubt you'd see more than 5.2-5.3 GHz stable on water.
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    lol 7ghz binned chips/

    hwbot is not number 1 source of OCs. Asia had these clocks high up in 2012. Some people know what I talk about.

    No one cares of 7ghz these days, nothing but a bragging right among a small ln2 community.

    Heck, even amd chips could clock almost 9ghz. AMD FX-8150 com Overclock de 8.492 GHZ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g1wBZTBc8gE Guinness world record!! 4 years ago.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SinOfLiberty View Post
    lol 7ghz binned chips/

    hwbot is not number 1 source of OCs. Asia had these clocks high up in 2012. Some people know what I talk about.

    No one cares of 7ghz these days, nothing but a bragging right among a small ln2 community.

    Heck, even amd chips could clock almost 9ghz. AMD FX-8150 com Overclock de 8.492 GHZ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g1wBZTBc8gE Guinness world record!! 4 years ago.
    Your claim was:
    No offence to Fugger, but all Intel GPUs could reach 7ghz except the newer(Lol) ones.
    Links to random asia clocks? Unless you're talking Cedar Mill Celerons on Socket 775, all of that was Bulldozer.

    As far as "Small LN2 community", do you know where you are? XtremeSystems was once at the center of that community.

    I know all about AMD, I own one of those Aaron Schradin LN2 evaps and have hit 7 GHz Phenom II and 8 GHz on FX but your comment was specifically about Intel.
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    Yes, and I am right. I put it down very well.

    No chip can reach 7ghz non binned- why bring it up?

    If you want to continue with such low manner of arguing, PM me and I add you on steam/skype and we will do it from there. I would gladly record the conversation and upload it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SinOfLiberty View Post
    Yes, and I am right. I put it down very well.

    No chip can reach 7ghz non binned- why bring it up?

    If you want to continue with such low manner of arguing, PM me and I add you on steam/skype and we will do it from there. I would gladly record the conversation and upload it.
    You don't even make sense, do you know what "binning" is? Literally a process of testing done by the overclocker to find the better chips?
    "No chip can reach 7ghz non binned" is not a logical statement. Anyone can go out and buy a CPU and get lucky, Splave told me just yesterday that his 7 GHz 7700K was the first CPU he tried...
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    no steam/skype? scared....

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    Talked it out on Skype, no need for popcorn
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    I will do a little more LN2 in 2017 but for now I am putting time into the Autocascade getting it colder. I went from -100c to -120c with the addition of Tetrafluoroethane at 10psi.

    As far as what we can see now, Asus has a one click five gigahertz profile. With a decent fan 5Ghz should be possible with around 1.3v, AIO and water cooling should be able to hit 5.1 ~ 5.2Ghz, single stage phase change you will be looking at 5.4 ~ 5.8Ghz, cascade so far is in the low 6's, and since these chips love cold and run full pot the strong chips are gonna be 6.8Ghz + threaded.

    The Autocascade I can run XTU at 6GHz with 8 threads.

    I made a few mentions that we will see 7Ghz become more popular and this will make 32M a bit more fun running all out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BeepBeep2 View Post
    Talked it out on Skype, no need for popcorn
    I dunno...I see shades of terrace215 in SinOfLiberty at times.......
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    Quote Originally Posted by FUGGER
    I made a few mentions that we will see 7Ghz become more popular and this will make 32M a bit more fun running all out.
    That was my impression after a brief chat with Splave and seeing the recent results.

    SinOfLiberty was just looking at this from a normal user standpoint where 7 GHz is an unimpressive frequency compared to highest CPU frequency previously achieved, but also was under the impression that these Kaby Lake results were all extremely binned chips. Splave had only one chip so far and it did 7 GHz, which was better than Skylake was for him; I think there will always be people out there binning tens to hundreds of chips but it seems that Kaby Lake is doing 200-300 MHz better than Skylake on LN2 on average so far.

    I intend to pick a 7700K up when they're on sale here soon.
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    Kind of crazy that 32M is now becoming the standard super pi benchmark. I still remember the days of the FX-60 breaking 30 seconds on 1M being a big deal haha
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    Quote Originally Posted by SinOfLiberty View Post
    no steam/skype? scared....

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    Quote Originally Posted by BeepBeep2 View Post
    it seems that Kaby Lake is doing 200-300 MHz better than Skylake on LN2 on average so far.
    Interesting. That's close to the delta between Kabylake and Skylake on air too, it seems. People are going from maybe 4.6-4.8 GHz on Skylake to 4.8-5.0 GHz on Kabylake.

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    Thanks for sharing the information Charles , great job . Once you fine tune your auto-cascade please let us know how it went , also have you tested already this chips on your cascade ? Would be awesome an update on that too.

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    Yup, so easy to hit 7GHz your grandma could do it

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    Looking forward to getting my hands on Kaby and some LN2 here soon - I'm eager to get cold again

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