Dont like 7700k high temps, dont OC says Intel

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  1. zer0_c0ol

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    his is sooo fired but that is an official intel stance
     
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    All the more reason to delid
     
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    to void warranty ? :d
     
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    How many times have you used a warranty for a cpu?
     

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    Intel can say all kind of garbage and people will still buy from them. Just like Apple.
    Noise that overclockers make with temp issues are nothing for them.

    I'd rather hear Intel saying GTFO to overclockers than sell them delid tools, lul. At least they got some kind of dignity.
     
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    twice
     
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    Really?

    I am interested in the reasons for that...
     
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    Okay maybe you shouldn't delid then, but the rest of us can :p.
     
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    His response is partly OK if it is just about temperature vs OC.
    I can OC to 4.9GHz, but I did table with all voltages required to go from 4.0 to 4.9GHz in 100MHz steps, and recorded power consumption + temperatures + Performance Gain for each OC.
    And on 4.6GHz it simply became too exponential for energy loss (required voltage, and resulting temperature) vs performance gain.

    Everyone has certain point where it is no longer worth it. Question is, where is this point where temperature becomes as high as it has been shown.

    Because old poor i5 can stay under full load at 59~60°C @4.5GHz easily. In heavy Benchmarks, it may go to 62°C. And those values are from my system where my D14 fans spin on inaudible rpm and are set to manual, so they do not go faster as temperature increases.
    = = = =
    As shown on those pictures @4.5GHz it sits around 60°C (which is not bad) and has spikes to 67°C. That is still somewhat reasonable.
    Than @4.9GHz it sits around 80°C and spikes to around 90°C which looks bad.

    But in this situation I would not be as much concerned about temperature itself as I would be for those spikes.
    What is their cause? Is it current/Voltage spike which CPU calls in automatically to prevent crash? Can that be more harmful than temperature itself?

    And why are they present even at mild OC as 4.5GHz? Are they present when CPU is running stock clocks?
     
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    Well one cpu died in less than 72 hours (pentium 3) and a Prescott EE that I had died in a year and a half
     

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    Those don't count lol
     
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    Ohh.. that era.. I believe you :)
     
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    "heres an unclocked cpu you paid extra for, DONT OC THO..."
     
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    So Intel sells cpus specially marketed for overclocking and then says that people who buy them shouldn´t overclock them???:bang: It´s hard to believe how stupid some guys can be!!! And even more amazing is how those stupid guys can get a job at companies like Intel...
     
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    If Intel made this CPU geared towards OCers then why in the hell are they saying not do something that the CPU is geared towards. Makes no sense to me. Plus what kind of cooling are these users using if its getting close to 90C and upwards toward 100C? Makes you wonder. So to me its not just Intel but both sides the user and Intel because the User may have inefficient cooling and Intel made a stupid statement not to do something.
     
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    Kaby is the first in last 6 generations that overclocks higher than Sandy on average and Intel saying dont overclock. How disappointing is that.
     
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    That's not an official response from Intel..

    It's a response from a community forum support member for Intel.

    Boy you people are all victims of media

    But i guess that's expected with a click-bait title lol
     
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    Says the guy who works for intel and follows the intel guild-lines given to him for these types of questions and scenarios ergo Intel says... but keep defending
     
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    Nah. A community forum poster can't make an official response for a company.

    You think that Intel has a guideline for "If customer complains of issues pertaining to temperature spiking for 7700k, please tell them to not OC."

    Keep trying.
     
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    He did actually and Intel did not do a rebuttal..
     

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