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Hello

I sell my best 9900k of 10 pices

Tray CPU

 

R15 @ 5400 - 1.288v. on water ~21°

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Some benches @ LN2

 

All benches with old KingPin F1 Dragon pot @ Asus ROG Maximus XI Gene 

 

R15 ...6912 Mhz : https://hwbot.org/submission/4308464_

 

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Once I had it almost at 6930 MHz. .. maybe with a little more optimization

 

6800 Mhz  ... HWBOT X265  4K  https://hwbot.org/submission/4308462_

 

 

Quick benches : 

 7200 Mhz  ...GB4 - SINGLE CORE  :  https://hwbot.org/submission/4308468_

6853 Mhz ... GB3 Multi https://hwbot.org/submission/4308466_

7300 Mhz ...CPU FREQUENCY :  https://hwbot.org/submission/4308460_

 

 

24/7 Setting ... Prime95 @ 5200 Mhz - 1,181v. with Asus Gene Z390

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Price : 700 €  

shipping extra .....only europe

no DHL Express .....sometimes many problems with dhl express

shipping with normal DHL

Paypal via familie and friends

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Off topic , how that VDmi help you guys ? I use 0.950 even for 6 ghz on Single stage (4933 ram).

Also, what advantage you have of using LLC5 ?(besides showing lower voltages in load)

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DMI is default setting from Bios of Asus Gene XI  ( is connected with IO and SA Vcore )

 

LL5 ist better for 24/7 .....@ IDLE the Vcore are around @ ~ 1,325v. CPU-Z 

And under Load the Vcore droops down to  1.181v. small K

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This is the same instance, that on CBR15 under 2 degrees water take 5500 @ 1.472v?

Delid, polished etc?

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2 hours ago, mahaudi said:

DMI is default setting from Bios of Asus Gene XI  ( is connected with IO and SA Vcore )

 

LL5 ist better for 24/7 .....@ IDLE the Vcore are around @ ~ 1,325v. CPU-Z 

And under Load the Vcore droops down to  1.181v. small K

Problem is if you set LLC 8 and want to hit the same voltage for same freq, you will need 1.325 and not 1.181.

What you set on bios should be what you advertise as working on. Alexro mentioned that on his for sale threads.

 

 

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3 hours ago, Kashtan said:

This is the same instance, that on CBR15 under 2 degrees water take 5500 @ 1.472v?

Delid, polished etc?

Not delid or polished

 

Original Intel Lot ....dont must delid on 9900K

 

My R15 bench @ 5400 Mhz is with 21°c Water and not with 2°c Water. 

And with LLC 5 

 

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No ... that was a different CPU than the one I am selling here

I binned the great CPU @ end of Marh  ( 03/2019 )

 

 
 

 

@  Suzuki ...nobody take LLC 8 @ 24/7 

It doesn't matter if I set LLC5 or LLC8. In the end, the CPU only needs the voltage that it needs. And for me that's 1,288v CPU-Z @ 5400 Mhz @ R15 with 21 ° c water temp on my system ....with LLC5

And something else ... for example. the Asus Apex IX z270 push the tension up with LLC8. If you do that, for example. 1,30v. set with LLC 8 that was under load ~ 1.33v. on .
 
What CPU-Z says under load is what counts....just before the bench ends

Happy new year 2020 💥💣💥

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Suppriced people still hang up with lcc level on Asus boards. Reality is  this is an golden cpu that most likly does  1.29 ish volt on oc formula or dark boards for 5.4ghz cb 15. Most Asus boards  nead lcc 7 to show real load voltage even at ambient. 

God luck with sale and happy New year. 

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I don’t know what you guys smoking,but what you set in bios is the real voltage.

I like Mahaudi,i have nothing against him,i am actually inclined to buy this cpu as i have a shittier one, but this cpu will not do 5.4@1.28 on any other board(i have all of them).

Llc6 is the closest to the real voltage,Dark with it’s llc system it’s a joke.

 

Happy new year !!!

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All Asus XI Boards display the same voltage.
The Asus Apex X Z270 / Z370 shows exactly + 100mV more at CPU-Z. than the XI series.
And I also mean the Z390 Dark shows 100 mV more.
With the Asus Z390 boards, the voltage is measured at a different location than the Z170 or Z270 board. 

Z170 + Z270 + Z370 vs. Z390 .... ~ 100mV less

 

That's why the CPUs on the Asrock OCFM almost always needed 80-100mV less voltage.

 

But they got just as warm under Prime95.

 

It was just because of the board's measurement point.

 
 
 
 
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Posted (edited)
Found an old list from Hardwareluxx Forum

Comparison with Asus ROG XI Z390

tested with Prime95

-> ASRock Z370 + ~ 45mV 

-> ASUS Z370 Hero, Strix etc. + ~ 70mV

-> ASUS Z370 Apex X + ~ 95mV


Back then I tested it myself. My old 9900K needed exactly 100mV. less on the Asus Gene XI than on the Asus Apex X Z370. But the CPU got just as hot under Prime95

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Posted (edited)
On 1/1/2020 at 2:06 AM, suzuki said:

I don’t know what you guys smoking,but what you set in bios is the real voltage.

I like Mahaudi,i have nothing against him,i am actually inclined to buy this cpu as i have a shittier one, but this cpu will not do 5.4@1.28 on any other board(i have all of them).

Llc6 is the closest to the real voltage,Dark with it’s llc system it’s a joke.

 

Happy new year !!!

I am smoking cigarr to celebrate the New year.

Happy new year and God luck with sell mahuadi.

 

 

 

 

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There are differences even between same series of boards(binned z270 for better voltage and ram freq,same for z370 and impact,although z370 was solid for ram oc).

There were even 50 mv difference on the same voltage and settings.

I have a friend who is not overclocker,he binned 5xAsus Apex 10 for his daily pc,minimum voltage.

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Folks, since you all have so many Asus Apex XI boards, and my fucked up one decided to give me - USB over current detected - why don't you sell me

a pristine board and I will take the cpu of Mahaudi too ?

Come on :)

 

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Mahaudi always sold great processors at the best price.

The only reason I'm not running to buy this golden 9900K - is that I already managed to get the 9900KS.

I'm just surprised - why he still has not sold out.
Is everyone waiting for 10900K and Zen 3?

GLWS!

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Cpu is solid for sure however you should advertise this as 5400@1.45V. I agree it is nice when you see under 1.30V in cpu-z but you set 1.45V and on another brand for example msi or gigabyte users might reach same freq but they will reach it when set 1.45V for example in bios and in their case cpu-z would read 1.45-1.48 whatever.  

And yes, on asus z390 the reading method has changed and it is much much more accurate to the actual voltage the cpu gets. On Apex X for example you will have to set 1.45V, you will reach same freq while your cpu-z will show 1.488-1.496.  Remember you give a voltage command to the board but the voltage that the cpu cores actually get is different since we have not yet found the perfect conductor. 

So if you don't wnat to dissapoint a buyer advertise what is set in bios so he can replicate your result. You say 5400@1.28, buyer has a different board, he tries 1.28 no go, 1.30 no go, 1.35V no go he will already think you scammed  him. You say 1.45V and he needs 1.45 V. or lower., he will be happy. 

Long story short, your cpu is very strong since 5400 9900k on regular water is very had to find, the price is fine but don't over-advertise this...

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If someone doesn't understand the simple concept of a load line, well they shouldn't buy a chip like this in the first place.

Also, not his fault if people use boards with shitty VCore readout.

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For peace, I disassembled my AMD system plus water cooler and installed the Asus Gene XI again.
Setting in the bios is now LCC 8 with 1.290v.
CPU-Z on the desktop shows 1.288v. .... also all the time during the R15 bench.
Water temp was 20 ° C
Is that enough now? 🥴

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