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[EU] strong for water cooling i7 8086k

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Hi Guys up for sale an i7 8086k Boxed version, pretested before delid can ran crazy low voltage:

50x cpu/45x cache @ 1,15v (bios) Cinebench R15

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51x cpu/45x cache @1,19v (bios) Cinebench R15

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After delid i've ran a quick ln2 test but cpu is just avarage 7150mhz validated, 7g single thread benchmark, 6.6g multithread benchmark. 

cpu is still with lid open, complete with box, i'm asking 500€ sphipped within EU, bank transfer or paypal as a friend.

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UPDATE:

Ran withThermal Grizly Kryonaut above and under the hood 53/50 @1,34v Cinebench R15

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Probably with core pll voltage 0.900 ( Maximus X Apex ) and vcore 1.4 /1.425  with a very good watercooling

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Coler aio 3x120mm fan Raijintek and nothing special. Ambient temp.

Was 24/25c.

5.4 was to much harsh i don't like push too much without ln2.

On 6/29/2018 at 10:37 AM, Shroudster said:

Any details on what cooler was used and room temperature?

Also did any attempts at 5,4Ghz?

 

 

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3 hours ago, darkgregor said:

Probably with core pll voltage 0.900 ( Maximus X Apex ) and vcore 1.4 /1.425  with a very good watercooling

Yeah was wondering that.

Got a Apex X here and a X61 for testing purposes and even liquid metal/copper IHS if need be.

1 hour ago, RULE said:

Coler aio 3x120mm fan Raijintek and nothing special. Ambient temp.

Was 24/25c.

5.4 was to much harsh i don't like push too much without ln2.

 

Fair enough is also understandable.

Would you consider a 475 offer including EU shipping? Might actually be in need of a good watercooling cpu for a specific demostration.

 

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