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Lab 501's NDA breaking 8700k Reviews are up

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  • 5.2GHz at 1.36V
  • 5.3GHz at 1.38V

Holy shit! :o


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1 minute ago, PCGuy_5960 said:
  • 5.2GHz at 1.36V
  • 5.3GHz at 1.38V

Holy shit! :o

If that's actually true... that would be insane...


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13 minutes ago, PCGuy_5960 said:
  • 5.2GHz at 1.36V
  • 5.3GHz at 1.38V

Holy shit! :o

I am not very impressed by the gaming performance but it is still very early to judge and also just based one one review.

 

Road to over 5GHz? That's seems very impressive especially with their claims of achieving this on an air cooler (NH-D15) and before the delid!

 

i5 8600k already destroying my i7 4770k in Cinebench R15 multithreaded by 300 points :D

i7 8700k almost double the score.

 

I want to see the singlethreaded score for 5.3GHz though.

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4 minutes ago, WereCat said:

I am not very impressed by the gaming performance but it is still very early to judge and also just based one one review.

 

Road to over 5GHz? That's seems very impressive especially with their claims of achieving this on an air cooler (NH-D15) and before the delid!

 

i5 8600k already destroying my i7 4770k in Cinebench R15 multithreaded by 300 points :D

i7 8700k almost double the score.

 

I want to see the singlethreaded score for 5.3GHz though.

Why aren't you impressed by the gaming performance? If the 8700k and the 8600k are performing IDENTICALLY, then we're GPU limited. In literally every title. With an overclocked GTX 1080. At 1080p. That's pretty impressive. 



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3 minutes ago, Zeitec said:

Why aren't you impressed by the gaming performance? If the 8700k and the 8600k are performing IDENTICALLY, then we're GPU limited. In literally every title. With an overclocked GTX 1080. At 1080p. That's pretty impressive. 

Because the minimums are way worse than with 7700k

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51 minutes ago, WereCat said:

Because the minimums are way worse than with 7700k

Might be early bios issues.

 

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1 hour ago, WereCat said:

Because the minimums are way worse than with 7700k

That's not across the board, also they're minimums. Most switched to 1% and .1% Lows for a reason. 



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