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10900k "golden sample" / Binned Cost


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Looking for a 10900k for my x170sm-g, golden or binned for undervolting reasons, the more, the better.

 

How much would it cost me these days? More or less, to choose whether it wouldn't be better to simply go standard retail.

 

Shipping to Italy by the way.

 

I thank you for any information provided.

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Depending on quality of chip, $400-800.

 

Problem is finding a golden chip then seeing if it runs cool and how much it pulls vs what are your expectations in your X170SM-G.

 

Want it to run stock but cool as possible and not overheat or throttle?

Looking to overclock?

Looking for silent operation except under load?

 

 

 

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13 hours ago, electrosoft said:

Depending on quality of chip, $400-800.

 

Problem is finding a golden chip then seeing if it runs cool and how much it pulls vs what are your expectations in your X170SM-G.

 

Want it to run stock but cool as possible and not overheat or throttle?

Looking to overclock?

Looking for silent operation except under load?

 

 

 

I think my best bet is simply to undervolt it, just like I did my 10600k (-94mV) and all core bumped up to a simple 4.8ghz max. With that and a gpu V max at 0.975 I'm already skirting the limits, I doubt I can do much better with a 10900k or 10700 for that matter. My goal is avoiding thermal throttle, I do profiles with throttlestop and the unlocked dsanke bios if needed. ( Yes I run delidded, copper IHS and liquid metal, yet conductonaut seems to require frequent changes especially on the gpu)

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I never use LM on anything except when I delid under the IHS and reseal it. As you found out, it gets soaked and messy and can harden and also require changes externally in some cases.

 

Even a "bad" 10900k can just be clocked down and undervolted till you find the balance where it won't throttle. The other idea is to find a good chip that will run as intended since we face major constraints in laptop cooling versus desktop that can just soak up the extra heat a not so great chip will throw off.

 

 

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Electrosoft Prime: 12900k | Asus Z690 Strix D4 | MSI Suprim X Liquid 4090 | AC LF II 420mm AIO | G.Skill 4133 2x16GB B-Die G1 | Samsung 980 1TB | EVGA 1600w P2 | Phanteks Ethroo Pro | LG 49" 144hz IPS
Heath: i3-12100f | Asrock B660M Pro RS | Asus Strix 3080  | 32GB Klex 3600mhz  | WD Black SN850 512GB |  EVGA DG-77 | HP ZR30w 30" 2560x1600 IPS

MelMel: i5-12500 | Asus Prime B660 | Asrock Intel A380 | 16GB G.Skill 3600mhz |  512GB M.2 | Gamdias | Dell 25" 240hz 1080p
ZtecPC X170SM-G Prema | SL 10900k | Nvidia RTX 2080 Super (Currently DOA) | Corsair 3800 @ 3200 14-14-14 | 17.3" 1080p 144hz

Boxx X170KM-G | 11900k | Nvidia RTX 3070 | Corsair 3200 64GB (2x32GB) | Samsung 980 Pro 1TB | 17.3" 1080p 144hz

MSI GL66 Pulse | i7-12700h | RTX 3070 | 512GB | 16GB | 15.6" 144hz 1080 IPS ** Acer Nitro 5 | i5-10300H | RTX 3050 | 16GB | 256GB | 15.6" 144hz  1080p IPS 
 

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