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Just picked up my order from NCIX

Batch # 3103B322

Is that any good? I'm just on my way home from markham

Not sure of VID yet since I can't put it together until I get home.
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The batch doesn't really matter much on Sandybridge.
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O.o really?
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O.o really?
Yup.. for the most part no same batch of CPU's seem to overclock the same.
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One question: I don't have an 1155/56 mount and backplate for the 2600k (I only have the 775 backplate and mount) for my rx360 kit.

How well will the stock cooler hold up until i get the mount/backplate?

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I found that on SB the motherboard affect oc more than the cpu. I mean yea surely the cpu will hit a wall at some point, but with a good lucky mobo, u can clock it high using low volts.
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I'm new here and I see you guys have 2600K's. I just got mine from the UPS guy a few minutes ago and I opened up the box and was surprised to see a regular radial type Intel cooler. Everything I had read about these "K" series pro's states that they are shipping with the Intel XTS1000H Tower type cooler. Which is why I hadn't ordered a cooling solution other than the Intel cooler. Can you tell me what came with your processor? BTW the "Batch" my 2600K is from is the very next one, 3103B323. Also, I think the cooler is the same as the one that came with my i5-750 that I DIDN"T use, so now I have two of these and about 8 from previous Intel CPU's. Oh and ANY information I can get regarding these processors will be appreciated. Thanks, BTW I have never seen a proc that doesn't have the "Pins" attached to it, I guess that is a good idea to avoid damaged proc's, but the sockets are now a "weak" spot to be really careful with I guess.....
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Originally Posted by DCal2722 View Post
I'm new here and I see you guys have 2600K's. I just got mine from the UPS guy a few minutes ago and I opened up the box and was surprised to see a regular radial type Intel cooler. Everything I had read about these "K" series pro's states that they are shipping with the Intel XTS1000H Tower type cooler. Which is why I hadn't ordered a cooling solution other than the Intel cooler. Can you tell me what came with your processor? BTW the "Batch" my 2600K is from is the very next one, 3103B323. Also, I think the cooler is the same as the one that came with my i5-750 that I DIDN"T use, so now I have two of these and about 8 from previous Intel CPU's.
The XTS100H comes with Extreme Edition Processors and not standard processors.
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Originally Posted by DCal2722 View Post
I'm new here and I see you guys have 2600K's. I just got mine from the UPS guy a few minutes ago and I opened up the box and was surprised to see a regular radial type Intel cooler. Everything I had read about these "K" series pro's states that they are shipping with the Intel XTS1000H Tower type cooler. Which is why I hadn't ordered a cooling solution other than the Intel cooler. Can you tell me what came with your processor? BTW the "Batch" my 2600K is from is the very next one, 3103B323. Also, I think the cooler is the same as the one that came with my i5-750 that I DIDN"T use, so now I have two of these and about 8 from previous Intel CPU's. Oh and ANY information I can get regarding these processors will be appreciated. Thanks, BTW I have never seen a proc that doesn't have the "Pins" attached to it, I guess that is a good idea to avoid damaged proc's, but the sockets are now a "weak" spot to be really careful with I guess.....
YOu got a K which means you plan to OC... Do yourself justice and get a proper cooler so you can get the most out of your new chip.
    
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