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i7-8086k with 3080ti GPU

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Hey Guys, 

How would this combo work? I don't plan to upgrade CPU, but would like to get the new gpu once they're out. Should i expect trouble from this? 
next gen PCIe should not be a problem for the current mobo? (z370-e gaming)


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Should be fine. Delidding greatly improves thermals so you could hit really high overclocks once you do that. Delidding tools are cheap on eBay, free if you have access to a 3d printer. Gamer's Nexus got it to 5.35GHz on all cores.


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It should work fine, it would be like pairing an i5 10600k with a 3080ti, the 8086k is still a valid CPU


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Posted · Original PosterOP

Sure im not expecting numbers etc. Was just wondering about backward compatibility of PCIe + eventual bottleneck, but for now never saw this CPU go any high % in any game. 

Temp wise im good without delid, cause i got 16 fans in there and a good radiator 😜


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3 minutes ago, Aereldor said:

Delidding greatly improves thermals

This is not the question though. 

 

11 minutes ago, Enochian said:

How would this combo work?

We don't know. 

We can't know how it will be. But they technically will work. 


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23 minutes ago, Enochian said:

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when the 2080 ti released, some reviewers said we are cpu bound for some games 1080p, i'm basically expecting the same for 3080 ti and 1440p, single threaded performance haven't improved for awhile, i wouldn't worry about it with a 8080k.


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51 minutes ago, TofuHaroto said:

This is not the question though. 

But will help him get monstrous overclocks, improve the life of the chip, or both.


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1 hour ago, Enochian said:

Hey Guys, 

How would this combo work? I don't plan to upgrade CPU, but would like to get the new gpu once they're out. Should i expect trouble from this? 
next gen PCIe should not be a problem for the current mobo? (z370-e gaming)

they will most likely work great together.

the 8086k is still a very relevant cpu especially if youre running a 5GHz+ overclock on it.

im sure that they will work together, better then older models for sure.

1 hour ago, Enochian said:

Temp wise im good without delid, cause i got 16 fans in there and a good radiator

bruh how did you fit 16 fans in 1 case?

what case do you have?


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Sure anything can work. 
 


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I use an i7 8086k with a EVGA FTW3 Ultra 2080 ti. When I watch i9 10900k game benches with 2080 tis on Youtube if the 2080 ti is less powerful than mine I get better scores. If they use a GPU that is about the same the scores are about the same. So as far as I am concerned there are no upgrades now for gaming if you have a 6 core Intel CPU that can operate at 5hz all cores.  

 

So no upgrades for you and me yet.


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