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These things run pretty cool when not pushed 3 hours of gaming/etc. no fans...lol
I was referencing a post by the Stilt stating that batches later than 1429 are made after a change in the manufacturing process that resulted in lower leakage chips.I would say that "generally" the chips made prior to 1429 the later the batch , the lower the leakage or that stable overclocks were closer to the VID than the earliest ones. 1235 to 1429 are the batches I've played with. Just my personal experiences however, ymmv.
And that is why it takes more voltage , post 1429 batches are lower leakage.
Batch number?
This is very true , 10 c improvement in temps can net 200mhz in overclocking headroom from my experience with the 8 core Vishera's.Good job in the challenger series IV division btw Johan
Efficiency is their biggest advantage over earlier ones, both of my post 1429 batch chips are very good at undervolting. Also -the 8370E will pass nearly any stress test or benchmark at 4960mhz on 1.44 volts , which is the best mix of speed and efficiency that any of the Vishera 8 cores own or have owned could provide.
Maybe we haz challenger http://www.3dmark.com/fs/4452762http://www.3dmark.com/fs/4031034
For the sake of comparison
You have to be mindful of the tertiary settings when comparing ram, they can make a difference - people tend to leave them in auto and don't have much of an idea what they do when the system sets itself up to post.I think I've compared about a dozen sets of ram on my CHV-Z rig ( it's the most capable ram overclocking board I have ) and what has given the best performance according to AIDA 64 was the Kingston beasts set at CL 12 - 2600 mhz 1T. The kits have run from CL6...
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