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Intel Core i7-7820X Processor
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- Socket LGA 2066
- Compatibale with Intel® X299 Chipset
- 8 Cores/16 Threads
- Intel® Turbo Boost Max Technology 3.0
- Intel® Optane™ memory ready and support for Intel® Optane™ SSDs
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VR is intense—stretching the capabilities of even the most robust PC. Enter the new Intel Core X-series processor. Designed to meet the needs of the most demanding virtual reality experiences, Intel’s groundbreaking CPU supports high framerates for super immersive, highly engaging VR experiences.
Enjoy your favorite game in 4K while recording, encoding and broadcasting HD live streams on Twitch* or YouTube*. It’s all possible thanks to advanced features like Intel Turbo Boost Max Technology 3.0, which intelligently puts your best cores to work—delivering added performance exactly where it’s needed.
Gain freedom to push the limits exactly how and where you want with this highly overclockable processor.(1) Precisely tune voltage per core, and make exact adjustments with enhanced memory overclocking. It’s another way to custom-fit your processor to your exact specifications.
When working with the latest high-resolution videos, you need big compute horsepower to avoid system lag and slowdown. When productivity counts, choose the ultimate platform for editing and rendering high-resolution 4K video with fast video transcode, image stabilization, 3D effects rendering and animation.
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|Processor Series||Intel Core i7||Intel Core i7||None||8032||Core i7 6850K||—|
|Processor (CPU) Manufacturer||Intel||Intel||—||Unknown||Intel||AMD|
|Processor (CPU) Model Socket||LGA 2066||LGA 1151||—||sTR4||LGA 2011-v3||sTR4|
|Processor Speed||4.3 GHz||4.2 GHz||4 GHz||4 GHz||3.6 GHz||4 GHz|
|Item Dimensions||4.1 x 4.6 x 1.8 in||5 x 9.52 x 4.88 in||2.2 x 3.1 x 0.3 in||2.2 x 3.1 x 0.3 in||4.01 x 4.48 x 3.19 in||2.2 x 3.1 x 0.3 in|
|Item Weight||3.2 ounces||3.04 ounces||1.9 lbs||3.2 ounces||3.2 ounces||3.2 ounces|
Boxed Intel Core i7-7820X Processor Extreme Edition (11M Cache, up to 4.30 GHz) FC-LGA14B SKYLAKE X
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Edit: Adding my build info as an example of what is working well for me. Added a picture of my build in progress. It is not done yet but it is getting there.
- i9 7900x @ 4.8GHz
- Aorus Gaming 9 x299 Motherboard
- 8 x 8Gb (64Gb) Gskill Trident Z RGB 3200 DDR4 Memory
- 2 x NVidia GTX 1080 Ti Founders with Phanteks PH-GB1080Ti_BK01 G1080 GeForce GTX 1080/1070 Ti Gaming Series Full-cover water block RGB LED Black Edition
- Samsung 960 Evo 512Gb x2 in Raid 0
- EVGA 1000W T2 Titanium+ PSU
- Thermaltake Core P5 Tempered Glass Black Edition
* Custom Water Loop *
-Alphacool NexXxoS UT60 Full Copper 480mm Radiator
-XSPC SE Photon Reservoir/Pump Combo V2 with D5 Vario Pump 270mm
-Phanteks PH-C350I_BK C350I CPU water block
-(4) Corsair ML120 blue fans for radiator
-Thermaltake 16mm PETG Hard Tubing
-Koolance Blue Coolant
So far the only issue I have had was the switch from the Intel Windows application managing Turbo Boost 3.0 to native Turbo Boost on the 7900x. The application would just crash saying the system was not supported and confused me for a bit. I then found out that once you have it running natively you no longer use the application. I removed the application and all is well. This seemed to happen when I updated the MB BIOS from V4 to V5 so this is an example of the growing pains we may have to deal with. Still worth it though IMO.
Edit - 07092017:
I have finished my custom water loop and took some screen caps from Aida64 while Idle, stock stressed, and 4.6GHz OC Stressed. There has been a lot of talk about the temperatures and power with the 7900x so I hope this info helps anyone checking it out.
Edit - 08032017:
Processor has been running flawlessly at 4.8Ghz for about a week. I am also running the mesh clock at 3.2 Ghz, up from 2.4 Ghz stock. I will get some pictures of benchmark results and throw them up here when I can.
Asus Prime x299 Deluxe
I9 7900X @4.7 Ghz with a Custom Water loop
Corsair Vengeance LED 32GB @ 3Ghz
Samsung 960 Evo 1TB
2x Samsung 850 Evo in Raid 0 500 GB
2x Samsung 840 Evo in Raid 0 1.3 TB
2X GTX 1080 @ 2025 Mhz Core, 5500 Mhz Memory
Corsair AX1200i Power Supply
I was able to maintain a stable 4.9 overclock on all cores, but eventually ended up with a turbo overclock (per core) @ 5.1 GHz on 4 cores and 4.7 GHZ on the 6 remaining cores. My cinebench multi-threaded scores come in at 2640 - 2706 with single core scores between 220-226. I couldn't be more thrilled.
Aidia 64 stability test for 30 minutes (CPU temperatures between 82 - 8 7 degrees, VRM temperatures peaked at 72). I'm running a single custom loop that cools both the CPU and 2 x GTX 1080 Tis. The custom loop consists of 2 x 420 mm radiators with 6 fans on each in push/pull configuration, and 2 additional intake fans (14 fans in total) housed in the EVGA DG-87.
My best 3D Mark TimeSpy score came in at 19306. No need for threadripper here. I'm very glad I went with silicon lottery for the binned and delidded 7900X. Well worth the price. I'm thinking about doing my first youtube review with graphs, screenshots, and benchmarks if I can find the time.
When I first booted up, I was getting temps of 22C idle and 38C load in a 21C ambient environment, but who keeps a processor stock when dropping this much cash! After some tweaks and getting rid of all the power efficiency stuff, I got the CPU stable at 4.45GHz at 1.055 V as of writing. Temps at this range for me was about 25-26C idle and 66C load, much lower than anticipated. General use of computer gets me around 40-55C range. My wattage is about 35W idle, and 97W load with some brief spikes at 130W. I used EVGA CLC 280mm and have an ASUS X299 PRIME-A mobo.
I come from a Sandy Bridge 2600K @ 4.2GHz so I am so far very satisfied with how this is running now that I've got some decent OC and removed the stupid stupid power efficiency stuff. I don't plan to push much further so I cannot say what temperatures you may experience at above 4.45GHz, but for a mid-level OC, temps were pleasantly surprising and I wanted to allay some fears from reviewers if you don't plan for super OC like me.
Pictures and full specs to come once some final parts come in. I may try to dabble in the 1.1 - 1.2 V range and will post any temperature updates when I get a stable configuration.
It does run hot for me but I'm on air cooling so I expected it, and personally don't mind.