Windows 10: 2017 Hardware Thread


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    Windows 10 Pro x64 v1803 Build 17134.137 (Branch: RS4 Release Preview)
       31 Aug 2017 #2941

    Nice table @Cliff S
    Thanks!
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       31 Aug 2017 #2942

    slicendice said: View Post
    Nice table @Cliff_S

    Thanks!
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    Windows 10 Pro x64 v1803 Build 17134.137 (Branch: RS4 Release Preview)
       31 Aug 2017 #2943

    specialkone said: View Post
    ...Corsair software engineers have no clue what they are doing...
    Hahhah, this kind of behavior is in the air. Most software engineers in almost any company today are totally lost out there (actually the ones deciding if something should be released or not). Nothing working as it should. As long as new releases come out fast and on schedule, the companies are happy, no matter if the software work or not. :)
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       01 Sep 2017 #2944

    I just found out something, about Unigine Valley and Heaven.
    Their launchers are not applications(.exe files), but batch files.

    I use a 4K monitor as my primary screen, and when I launch both, their start screens are very small, and I wanted to override the DPI behavior, so went to the shortcuts, and selected open file location. This is what I get for valley:
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    So I cannot override the DPI

    "C:\Program Files (x86)\Unigine\Valley Benchmark 1.0\valley.bat"
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       01 Sep 2017 #2945

    Oops!!
    spoke too soon.
    Needed to go to C:\Program Files (x86)\Unigine\Valley Benchmark 1.0\bin\browser_x86 and then could set it up:)
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    Now it opens in the normal size Yeeeaaaahhhh!!!!!

    I have reached Geek Level: Sheldon
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       01 Sep 2017 #2946

    Glad you got it Cliff, the .exe is in the BIN folder
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       01 Sep 2017 #2947

    Dude said: View Post
    Glad you got it Cliff, the .exe is in the BIN folder
    Yeah thanks, I saw that, after I posted the address in the shortcut.
    But it's the browser_x86 application, and not the Valley one.
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       01 Sep 2017 #2948

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       02 Sep 2017 #2949

    First benchmarks and temps of the Intel Core i9-7980XE flagship processor; Intel Core i9-7920X tested as well with liquid cooler

    The benchmark was conducted on a test setup that was running a water cooling setup (it is unknown whether it was closed loop) and showcases surprisingly good thermals. So good, in fact, that the user speculates that Intel might actually have used soldered as the TIM instead of the usual paste found in the rest of the Core-X lineup. He was able to reach an all-core clock speed of 4.8 GHz with temperatures staying below 90c (this would be decent temps for even the 7900X).


    The vcore was set to auto and saw a peak of about 1.25v – which is once again pretty acceptable for an OC run. While we wouldn’t recommend a 4.8 GHz OC on any Core-X series processor, all of this information means that clocks like 4.4 GHz+ (at 1.18 vCore) should be very achievable by most users (depending on ambient temperature and the silicon lottery of course) and shows an incredible amount of horsepower tucked behind the surface of the 7980XE. Without any further ado, here are the screenshots:
    Intels Core i9-7980XE Flagship 18-Core CPU Gets First Benchmarks - Overclocked To 4.8 GHz With Liquid Cooling

    Base clock- 2.6 GHz
    (Turbo Boost 2.0)- 4.2 GHz
    (Turbo Boost Max 3.0)- 4.4 GHz
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  10.    02 Sep 2017 #2950

    Cliff S said: View Post
    Intels Core i9-7980XE Flagship 18-Core CPU Gets First Benchmarks - Overclocked To 4.8 GHz With Liquid Cooling

    Base clock- 2.6 GHz
    (Turbo Boost 2.0)- 4.2 GHz
    (Turbo Boost Max 3.0)- 4.4 GHz
    Looks like they are going for some serious power savings, look at the spread from base to Max Turbo Boost.
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