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i9-7980XE: Overclocked to run all 18 cores beyond 6 GHz

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Since today's the day of the news embargo lift, another der8auer video appeared on YouTube, showing the German professional overclocker managed to oc the Intel i9-7980XE to over 6.1 GHz on all 18 cores, of course only possible through liquid nitrogen cooling on an ASUS Rampage 6 Apex. He and the other overclockers came together for a meet-up in Taiwan at ASUS ROG headquarters and reached some new world records, once again.

 

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Am I the only one who does not see any practical use with this kind of "content"? You can't reliably use the computer on this configuration aside the stupid expensive costs of it, it is completely disconnected to reality.


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3 minutes ago, Princess Cadence said:

Am I the only one who does not see any practical use with this kind of "content"? You can't reliably use the computer on this configuration aside the stupid expensive costs of it, it is completely disconnected to reality.

it is competition

 

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1 minute ago, Princess Cadence said:

Am I the only one who does not see any practical use with this kind of "content"? You can't reliably use the computer on this configuration aside the stupid expensive costs of it, it is completely disconnected to reality.

Oh don't worry, I see it as pointless when you need an expensive ass coolant to cool a CPU at stupid clock speeds.

It's nothing more than a showcase.


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2 minutes ago, Princess Cadence said:

Am I the only one who does not see any practical use with this kind of "content"? You can't reliably use the computer on this configuration aside the stupid expensive costs of it, it is completely disconnected to reality.

yes its not a real usable product at 6 GHz but its interesting to see how much the architecture can handle.

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What world records did they break?

Don't fancy wasting 14 minutes watching a video just to find out.


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1 minute ago, mynameisjuan said:

How can you compete when its a dice roll on how lucky you are with your die?

You compete for the highest clock possible... yes, you have to be lucky to get good chips but these people usually have more than just one CPU and are also usually sponsored.

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Posted · Original PosterOP
4 minutes ago, RKRiley said:

What world records did they break?

Don't fancy wasting 14 minutes watching a video just to find out.

edited the post (:

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1 minute ago, Nicnac said:

If no one ever even tries it where would innovation go?

To RGB more parts obviously duh

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8 minutes ago, Princess Cadence said:

Am I the only one who does not see any practical use with this kind of "content"? You can't reliably use the computer on this configuration aside the stupid expensive costs of it, it is completely disconnected to reality.

so then where is the pracital use in pretty much anything? 
Where is the use in throwing a speer 100m for an olympic medal?

Where is the use in driving really fast 60laps in an F1 car?

Where is the use in PC gaming?

Where is the use in anything?

 


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8 minutes ago, FloRolf said:

so then where is the pracital use in pretty much anything? 
Where is the use in throwing a speer 100m for an olympic medal?

Where is the use in driving really fast 60laps in an F1 car?

Where is the use in PC gaming?

Where is the use in anything?

 

Those are not at all related to this type of work.

 

This is like saying, well if I use racing fuel, new air intake and flames on my cobalt on the sides I can reach 130mph. Like cool bro, but the rest of us are driving 60 99% of the time. Basically bragging rights but means jack all in terms of real world use, even for overclockers

 

 

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Nice, but looks like all the actual benchmarks were done on 5,5 GHz...


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10 minutes ago, FloRolf said:

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I'm not even going to argue it with you, you're completely over-exaggerating completely off what I said, if this was a review of good overclocking you as a costumer can expect than great but this was a completely unrealistic scenario, finding practical use for the information is important so the information has value.

 

F1 engineering has made great advances on the automobile industry as a whole, PC gaming is entertainment which is basically one of the purposes of life guaranteed by the 8-8-8 hours rule in the constitution(8hrs to sleep, 8hrs to work, 8 hours for own pleasuring at the day).

 

So on, every thing you listed has practical usage for life because it is stuff that en-globes the world's reality in them, unlike people using liquid nitrogen to force this CPU at 6.1ghz which will be stable for a day at best no more, completely pointless as benefits nobody.


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11 minutes ago, FloRolf said:

so then where is the pracital use in pretty much anything? 
Where is the use in throwing a speer 100m for an olympic medal?

Where is the use in driving really fast 60laps in an F1 car?

Where is the use in PC gaming?

Where is the use in anything?

 

The only good analogy there was the javelin throwing for the olympics. The other ones don't quite fit with this scenario, I understand your point but I truly don't see the point of LN2 overclocking and why this stuff makes news. It is cool-ish (pun intended) I guess.


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5 minutes ago, Princess Cadence said:

I'm not even going to argue it with you, you're completely over-exaggerating completely off what I said, if this was a review of good overclocking you as a costumer can expect than great but this was a completely unrealistic scenario, finding practical use for the information is important so the information has value.

 

F1 engineering has made great advances on the automobile industry as a whole, PC gaming is entertainment which is basically one of the purposes of life guaranteed by the 8-8-8 hours rule in the constitution(8hrs to sleep, 8hrs to work, 8 hours for own pleasuring at the day).

 

So on, every thing you listed has practical usage for life because it is stuff that en-globes the world's reality in them, unlike people using liquid nitrogen to force this CPU at 6.1ghz which will be stable for a day at best no more, completely pointless as benefits nobody.

It's not practical for anything other than people do it for enjoyment. They don't have to have a reason to other than people enjoy pushing hardware to the ultimate limit. Think of top fuel drag racing, they build a machine to go a fast as they can for 1000m (they don't actually go a full 1/4mile anymore) just to fry the motor and spend thirty minutes to entirely tear it down an rebuild it. It's a rush to push something to the limits.

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10 minutes ago, Princess Cadence said:

I'm not even going to argue it with you, you're completely over-exaggerating completely off what I said, if this was a review of good overclocking you as a costumer can expect than great but this was a completely unrealistic scenario, finding practical use for the information is important so the information has value.

 

F1 engineering has made great advances on the automobile industry as a whole, PC gaming is entertainment which is basically one of the purposes of life guaranteed by the 8-8-8 hours rule in the constitution(8hrs to sleep, 8hrs to work, 8 hours for own pleasuring at the day).

 

So on, every thing you listed has practical usage for life because it is stuff that en-globes the world's reality in them, unlike people using liquid nitrogen to force this CPU at 6.1ghz which will be stable for a day at best no more, completely pointless as benefits nobody.

oh yeah true, they probably had no fun doing this whatsoever and they are also totally not pushing limits of the current technology by things like this. You are completely right....


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11 minutes ago, Princess Cadence said:

I'm not even going to argue it with you, you're completely over-exaggerating completely off what I said, if this was a review of good overclocking you as a costumer can expect than great but this was a completely unrealistic scenario, finding practical use for the information is important so the information has value.

 

F1 engineering has made great advances on the automobile industry as a whole, PC gaming is entertainment which is basically one of the purposes of life guaranteed by the 8-8-8 hours rule in the constitution(8hrs to sleep, 8hrs to work, 8 hours for own pleasuring at the day).

 

So on, every thing you listed has practical usage for life because it is stuff that en-globes the world's reality in them, unlike people using liquid nitrogen to force this CPU at 6.1ghz which will be stable for a day at best no more.  

What you're missing is to us, this IS entertainment. I find this stuff interesting. It's just like how some people don't find gaming entertaining. But we do.


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2 minutes ago, Dylanc1500 said:

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Oh yes people can do it just fine, nobody needs to justify how they spend their legally obtained money  xD  I just don't see why this is news worthy [:

 

Nobody makes a car news articles for people on drag races pushing engines to the breaking limit after all...


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8 minutes ago, FratStar said:

The only good analogy there was the javelin throwing for the olympics. The other ones don't quite fit with this scenario, I understand your point but I truly don't see the point of LN2 overclocking and why this stuff makes news. It is cool-ish (pun intended) I guess.

So if you think this was the only good analogy and you think LN2 OC'ing is not worth the news in a TECH FORUM then you also think that extreme sports and olympics aren't worth the news?


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1 minute ago, Princess Cadence said:

Nobody makes a car news articles for people on drag races pushing engines to the breaking limit after all...

Not sure if this is sarcasm or you think this is the only forum on the internet right here...


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Hifiman HE-400i - Kennerton Magister - Beyerdynamic DT880 250Ohm - AKG K7XX - Fostex TH-X00 - O2 Amp/DAC Combo - 
Klipsch RP280F - Klipsch RP160M - Klipsch RP440C - Yamaha RX-V479

 

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GTX 780 DCU2 // 8600GTS // Hifiman HE-400i // Kennerton Magister
Folding all the Proteins! // Boincerino

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