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Maximum Supported Memory
Includes CPU Cooler
- 8 x 32 kB Instruction
- 8 x 32 kB Data
8 x 1 MB
1 x 11 MB
- 128 points
- 16 months ago
from completed build BIO hazard electric area !
I think i was lucky with silicon lottery i can run this on 5ghz and temp no more then 78 c i know overkill cooling but i at the moment I run 4.8 and i haven't change voltage! temp on gamimg 50 c !
- 56 points
- 26 months ago
from completed build My 2nd computer build. Lightroom and Photoshop rig for 2018 and beyond.
FAST, lots of PCI lanes, and reasonably priced!
- 34 points
- 12 months ago
from completed build White Dot X299
had this CPU for a while now and it's pretty solid..no complaints..would like to upgrade to a 7920X ideally though
- 33 points
- 14 months ago
from completed build Vader's Chamber
This CPU is a workhorse for multithreaded apps and multitasking. I built my workstation for photo editing, and the 7820x chews through anything I can throw at it, and it doesn't break a sweat. The high single core frequency is perfect for photoshop editing, while the 8-cores are ideal for Capture One Pro's multithreaded capability. This CPU, at $400-$450 hit the sweet spot for my needs.
- 14 points
- 24 months ago
from completed build My little monster
This is a delidded part that I bought from SiliconLottery. They guarantee stability at 4.5GHz and 1.175V VCore, with AVX offsets of -3 and -5, and they don't lie. Using those settings and prime95, I got one core up to 85C, with a couple of others in the low 80s and some in the high 70s. Maximum power was about 225W. No problems whatsoever, rock solid.
At idle, all cores are sitting in the mid to high 20s.
Unfortunately I pulled the trigger on the CPU purchase way too early. I paid $680, and today you can get (slightly) higher spec'd processors for quite a bit less.
- 11 points
- 23 months ago
from completed build First Build After 10 Years
An fast CPU with it's 8 physical (or 16 virtual) cores and at 3.6 GHz. I overclocked it with 4.0 GHz without problems. I hope I can calculate my chess games even faster now ;P . Also price is more tha acceptable for that power. 1 point down: It has only 26 PCI lanes.
- 11 points
- 21 months ago
from completed build Engineering Workstation
Fantastic for simulation. Runs Hot. Not a good CPU for gaming.
- 9 points
- 15 months ago
from completed build Impact
lighter than i thought and very small arrived ok is still fine. not tried any plex 4k transcoding yet.
- 6 points
- 22 months ago
from completed build 7820x 1080ti Red on Black Noob Build
Amazing. Used the ASRock easy overclock and set it to 4.7GHz. I have no problems.