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OCUK Offering Pre-binned 5GHz & Delidded Kabylake I7-7700K CPUs

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Just seen on Facebook that OCUK are now selling De-lidded pre-binned 7700K Processors. Curerntly £449.99 and are said to achieve a 5GHz OC. They carry a 12 month OCUK warranty too. Pretty cool ide…
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[mod] 1m, 4d agoPosted 1 month, 4 days ago
Just seen on Facebook that OCUK are now selling De-lidded pre-binned 7700K Processors. Curerntly £449.99 and are said to achieve a 5GHz OC. They carry a 12 month OCUK warranty too.

Pretty cool idea to let us buy them delidded and still be covered, but as you can see it comes at a higher cost at £449.99. I suppose it takes the risk out of the delidding process and gives you the lower temp. I wish they would just make them cooler anyway :/

Was wondering if it's something more people would want, or whether it's just me! (Obviously if the price was right) Lots of people unwilling to jump over to Kabylake as it is. Still rocking a 3570K here. (inb4 Ryzen)

Check it out Here

Source Here

http://i.imgur.com/a50zkVI.png

Product information: INTEL CORE I7-7700K 5.0GHZ (KABY LAKE) SOCKET LGA1151 PRE-BINNED PROCESSOR - OEM

Here we have a pre-binned, fully stress tested by our own 8 Pack re-knowned world champion overclocker who has pre-binned over 500 processors for our own system integration purposes. We have decided to make some of these CPU's available for purchase at a premium. They are de-lidded with the Intel TIM removed and liquid metal put in place to help reducing running temperatures by as much as 30 degrees celsius.

The CPU has then under-gone severe stress testing to ensure its stability at 5.0GHz (guaranteed) in all none AVX games and applications, this is the absolute minimum guaranteed speed, most of our customers using the recommended hardware with these processors will no doubt see even higher, such as maybe 5.1 or even 5.2GHz, though we only guarantee this CPU to run at 5.0GHz with a full one year warranty by OcUK.

Features:
- Guaranteed 5.0GHz core overclock in all none AVX applications. No games use AVX neither do 90% of professional applications
- CPUs delidded by OcUK professionals with Liquid Metal replacing original Intel TIM for 15c-30c cooler running temperatures
- Full 1 year warranty with OCUK, same as regular OEM CPU
- Free Thermal Grizzly 1g TIM so as to get the best contact with heat sink used.

Settings for 5.0GHz:
- Vcore 1.32-1.39v load typically 1.35v needed at most.
- VCCSA 1.05 for 3200mhz mems Upto 1.25 for DDR4000mhz +
- VCCIO 1.0 for 3200mhz mems. upto 1.25 For DDR4000mhz +
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[mod] 1m, 4d agoPosted 1 month, 4 days ago
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Console owner here....


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...but heat added...if that's right?
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LoRdPlOps111
Console owner here....https://images.gr-assets.com/hostedimages/1380395050ra/760753.gif
...but heat added...if that's right?

Haha, me too! Love my PC too though. Maybe one for the enthusiasts! I found it an interesting move and think it would be awesome to see with other CPUs, providing the price increase didn't feel link a stamp on the big toe :p
#3
Not interested in this but the price seems fair for getting the best of a batch and doing a de-lid process.
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drasim
Not interested in this but the price seems fair for getting the best of a batch and doing a de-lid process.

Yeah, it's not too bad, but it's not something I'd personally be willing to pay on a Kabylake chip. If I tried to delid myself though I would probably take my eye out, fall in the bin and then drop the CPU out of the window into a nearby bonfire oO From what I have read they need that delid to make the temps bearable (not my words)

Edited By: NeoTrix on Jan 19, 2017 16:28
#5
Meh,

As an experiment, I took my AMD FX6300 up to the board limit of 6.4Ghz a few days ago; with a basic water cooling system, it never went above 48C under full stress testing.
The Corsair fan has developed a nasty rattle, right at the RPM sweet spot* though, so I am back down to 4.6GHz until a new fan arrives.

I have fitted an old Gentle Typhoon fan that keeps things below 45C at 4.6Ghz to tide me over.

*45-55% fan speed, below this the temps get too high, and above this the damn thing is far too noisy.
#6
Gentle_Giant
Meh,
As an experiment, I took my AMD FX6300 up to the board limit of 6.4Ghz a few days ago; with a basic water cooling system, it never went above 48C under full stress testing.
The Corsair fan has developed a nasty rattle, right at the RPM sweet spot* though, so I am back down to 4.6GHz until a new fan arrives.
I have fitted an old Gentle Typhoon fan that keeps things below 45C at 4.6Ghz to tide me over.
*45-55% fan speed, below this the temps get too high, and above this the damn thing is far too noisy.

I dont get it..... this post is about an i7 7700k. In a **** measuring contest an overclocked 6300 wouldnt even measure up to an i5.

edit: added overclocked to try even things out for the 'ol 6300....

Edited By: umirza85 on Jan 19, 2017 17:13
#7
Gentle_Giant
Meh,

As an experiment, I took my AMD FX6300 up to the board limit of 6.4Ghz a few days ago; with a basic water cooling system, it never went above 48C under full stress testing.
The Corsair fan has developed a nasty rattle, right at the RPM sweet spot* though, so I am back down to 4.6GHz until a new fan arrives.

I have fitted an old Gentle Typhoon fan that keeps things below 45C at 4.6Ghz to tide me over.

*45-55% fan speed, below this the temps get too high, and above this the damn thing is far too noisy.
#8
umirza85
Gentle_Giant
Meh,
As an experiment, I took my AMD FX6300 up to the board limit of 6.4Ghz a few days ago; with a basic water cooling system, it never went above 48C under full stress testing.
The Corsair fan has developed a nasty rattle, right at the RPM sweet spot* though, so I am back down to 4.6GHz until a new fan arrives.
I have fitted an old Gentle Typhoon fan that keeps things below 45C at 4.6Ghz to tide me over.
*45-55% fan speed, below this the temps get too high, and above this the damn thing is far too noisy.
I dont get it..... this post is about an i7 7700k. In a **** measuring contest an overclocked 6300 wouldnt even measure up to an i5.
edit: added overclocked to try even things out for the 'ol 6300....

It really depends what you use it for, the i7 is shockingly bad at some things the AMD does well, granted it is no contest and the i7 wins at many things; but I still cannot reconcile the claimed low power advantage of Intel chips over AMD chips, when the Intels run so very, very hot overclocked.
The stock speed for the AMD is 3.5Ghz, so over 100% overclock and the temp is still less than a stock i7.
My watercooler is the cheap as chips Corsair (not suitable for overclockers*) H45 btw.

*According to all the test reviewers - who all tried it with an Intel i7 or i5 chip.
#9
I would expect to see more of a 10 degree drop, not 30. This is over £100 extra for small gain IMO , not worth it at all unless your a pure OCing machine and every degree helps

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