Ask dell if the I7-7700K is compatible with their bios on your PC. If it is, purchase one.
Hacks on processors are not supported. If the warranty has expired, then why come here unless you are seeking approval, which will not happen?
Purchase an i7-7700k which here cost 440 euro when the ryzen 3300x Which cost will 100€ beats it? Also I want to overclock that i7 7700 because am waiting for the 5nm cpus next year
We do not discuss non-K overclocking here. If you want to find out if/how you can do this, there are all sorts of websites that talk about it.
For you folks that purchased Intel boxed processor products and thus have a 3-year limited warranty from Intel, remember that, if this warranty hasn't yet expired, overclocking your non-K processor will most definitely void it on the spot. For folks whose processor came as part of a system, you do not have (and never had) a warranty from Intel for this processor. You need to review the terms of the warranty that you have from this OEM to see if overclocking also voids this warranty (likely does). Regardless, remember that warranty replacement is something between you and your OEM, not Intel.
i never said that I need warranty.i asked you if you work for this company which they are the creators of the chip I have, to give some info about unlocking the i7-7700.every one knows that all cpus that they are made are unlocked but intel locks them so they know how to unlock them
You will NOT get an answer for what you want on this site. There is no Intel employee or contractor that will provide you with that information, even if it is possible.
Now, stop with this and purchase a new K processor..
- Processors are locked by blowing fuses. This cannot be reversed. You cannot unlock them.
- Intel does not officially support the overclocking of non-K processors. We will not discuss how you go about doing so in these forums
Brands like hp dell lenovo asrock even some Chinese ones could overclock locked cpus with moded bios by not allowing the cpu or the mobo to communicate with different parts or even bridging different pins which means you lying
You are talking about a totally different methodology that has nothing to do with processor locking. I suggest, before you accuse anyone of lying, you get the facts and properly learn how these methodologies work. We're not going to help you do this here. The conversation is over.
In the past was clock engine ,moding pins by bridging them or cover them.Derbauer uploaded a video moding bios and enebling overclock on non k skylake and kabylake and with same tape you can install a coffelake cpu on z270mobo did u know that?
Yes, I knew that. Again, that's all overclocking related and nothing to do with processor (multiplier) locking.
This was my last response; I will be ignoring subsequent posts. If you want to play with this stuff, you will have to rely on these 3rd-party sites for your education; we will not provide this kind of information here.