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62790547 No.62790547 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe] [rbt]

https://videocardz.com/73268/intel-core-i7-8700k-ultra-edition-with-silver-ihs-teased

Okay, I see picrelated was real

>> No.62791064

>litterally just germans selling pre-binned CPU's with optional delid or custom heatspreader

Intel doesn't have anything to do with this.

>> No.62791102

OP IS A FAGGOT

>> No.62791114

>>62791102
It's true though. Most people can't delid this (heh) so they will have no choice but to spend $700+ on a cpu if they are hardcore intel fans.

>> No.62791155

I know delid, but what's binned?

>> No.62791252

>>62791114
They sell their delid kits as well, for 30€.
Even a /v/ toddler with down syndrome can operate these without breaking the cpu.

>>62791155
Every CPU has imperfections, some more than others. These imperfections affect things like the maximum OC frequency and voltage/frequency curve, binning is selectively sorting them out, according to their performance characteristics.

>> No.62791499

>>62791155
>>62791252

Nice explanation, thanks!
Are these imperfections the quality variation of the wafer?

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