By mistake a 10900 and not a 10900K :(

Discussion in 'Processors and motherboards Intel' started by MMXMMX, Nov 6, 2021.

  1. MMXMMX

    MMXMMX Member Guru

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    I got my self by accident a 10900 non K .
    Can y put in the motherboard bios MCE : remove all limits ?
    And will this help allot ? I do not worry about the temps with this one.
     
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    I made a conscious decision to get a 10900F instead of the 10900K because it was substantially cheaper when I came to buy. I got the 10900F with a nice motherboard for about the same price as just the 10900K would cost on its own.

    To get the best out of it (and you will need a really good cooler!! - I have an NH-D15 and it uses it all!) , set XMP, turn the PL1 and PL2 power settings up in the BIOS as far as they will go, set 102.9 BCLK and turn any "TVB clipping" options off. You will end up with a 4.73ghz all core turbo and part turbo will go between that figure and 5.3ghz.

    Yes, you could get even more out of a K but we're talking a couple hundred mhz (2% more performance). The non K is still an awesome chip.
     
  3. ThermaL1102

    ThermaL1102 Active Member

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    search techquickie on youtube : can you overclock a locked cpu ?
    Linus made a video about it ...
    you could have just put the question in youtube , it's basically google too
     
  4. MMXMMX

    MMXMMX Member Guru

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    Yes i also use the NH-D15s it has only 1 fan but y put a second fan on it.
    Temps are great during gaming 45 degrees max it is boosting to 4800 continue some times 4900 but not across all cores
    Not bad 4800 on all cores.
    Ok maiby i will keep it
     

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    bobnewels Master Guru

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    There is no difference on 4800Mhz or 5300Mhz on that CPU when PC gaming especially with a 3090 unless your like some of the hero's out there running 720p on lowest settings,your good 100%,you should have no fear of missing out.Also one of the fastest CPU's around,you good.
     
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    UPDATE :
    I got a new I9 10900K and in 3D Mark Port Royal he is slower then my old I9 9900K.

    This one is running on all cores 4900 mhz stock out of the box.but he is 10 degrees cooler then the I9 9900K
    He is also slower then my I9 10900 non k
    There must be something wrong maiby it is windows 11
     
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    Update :
    After a reinstall of win 11 i got a extreme boost in FPS.
    There was something wrong with win 11 after CPU swap
     
  8. Astyanax

    Astyanax Ancient Guru

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    Most likely the same issue that HWU reported in their ryzen benching.
     
  9. ramthegamer

    ramthegamer Ancient Guru

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    Guys im shopping for an upgrade from an i7 6700k, my main gaming go is warzone, of battlefield 2042 , meaning i need a good 6 core or 8 core cpu but good on the budget, what s the best option for me? Or should i go 5600x?
    I checked on the i5 11400f but seems 5600x gets u 16 more fps sometimes more in warzone, so im confused
     

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