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It's happened before with the 920/930 i7
Only thirteen 930's would reach over 5.2Ghz whereas close to two hundred 920's have validated between 5.2 and 5680mhz
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Quote:
Originally Posted by sintricate;15521572 
Elaborate?

Under the Distance Selling Regulations (2000) you have the right to cancel the contract relating to your order at any time up to the end of 7 working days after the goods are delivered.

Please dont construe this as me been a whiney ass, I believe I have been misled by Intel into thinking this product was something better than the 2600k. Its obviously not, which is why I would return it and buy a 2600k instead.

If the 2600k sucked aswell, I would keep that. As that was luck of the draw and not supposed to be cherry picked or anything.
Edited by $ilent - 10/31/11 at 12:19pm
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Originally Posted by topdog;15521585 
It's happened before with the 920/930 i7
Only thirteen 930's would reach over 5.2Ghz whereas close to two hundred 920's have validated between 5.2 and 5680mhz

That is probably more due to the fact there was alot more people buying the 920's VS 930's...
    
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Originally Posted by $ilent;15521637 
Under the Distance Selling Regulations (2000) you have the right to cancel the contract relating to your order at any time up to the end of 7 working days after the goods are delivered.

Please dont construe this as me been a whiney ass, I believe I have been misled by Intel into thinking this product was something better than the 2600k. Its obviously not, which is why I would return it and buy a 2600k instead.

If the 2600k sucked aswell, I would keep that. As that was luck of the draw and not supposed to be cherry picked or anything.

If I had a processor that didn't clock as high as I wanted it to and was offered the chance to return it, I would so that part doesn't bother me one bit...

...however, where did Intel themselves advertise that the 2700k was going to be an OC'ing beast?

I pose the same question to this guy as well:
Quote:
Originally Posted by turrican9;15521208 
Anything less than 5GHz on air and 12 hours + Blend stable on that 2700K is a big dissapointment, marketing hype, pointless and an epic failure in my opinion.

Did Intel actually market the 2700k as some sort of binned chip?
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Originally Posted by turrican9;15521671 
That is probably more due to the fact there was alot more people buying the 920's VS 930's...

It's common knowledge that the early 920's are better than any 930's

Same with sandybridge, try finding a good late batch 2600K these days
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In my opinion I just feel bit ripped off as the 2700k is clearly nothing more than a 2600k +100mhz.

So in that respect I feel entitled to a refund, which I will then go and buy a 2600k with smile.gif
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Quote:
Originally Posted by sintricate;15521743 
Did Intel actually market the 2700k as some sort of binned chip?

I don't know. I've just heard rumors on the OCN that 2700K's where advertised to be higher binned/Cherry picked VS 2600K's.

i asked about source for this information too.
    
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Originally Posted by topdog;15521755 
It's common knowledge that the early 920's are better than any 930's

Same with sandybridge, try finding a good late batch 2600K these days

Have any proofs? Source of information or statistics?
    
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Well ive given up, 5ghz and 1.45v wasnt happening and no sign of it happening (less than 5 mins failing workers)

Gonna try for an RMA tomorrow and just buy a 2600k.

So to anyone reading - no, the 2700k's are not cherry picked 2600k's. frown.gif

edit, just noticed this on website I bought it from "The OEM 2700k is a very early silicon batch of processors which is seeing incredible overclocking results, don't miss out - BUY NOW!"

What a load of bulloni, I wonder when I ring and ask should i ask if I can try a idfferent chip, or just straight go for a refund...hmm
Edited by $ilent - 10/31/11 at 12:40pm
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Originally Posted by $ilent;15521891 
Well ive given up, 5ghz and 1.45v wasnt happening and no sign of it happening (less than 5 mins failing workers)

Gonna try for an RMA tomorrow and just buy a 2600k.

So to anyone reading - no, the 2700k's are not cherry picked 2600k's. frown.gif

edit, just noticed this on website I bought it from "The OEM 2700k is a very early silicon batch of processors which is seeing incredible overclocking results, don't miss out - BUY NOW!"

What a load of bulloni, I wonder when I ring and ask should i ask if I can try a idfferent chip, or just straight go for a refund...hmm

Whats the price difference for you on the 2600k and 2700k, if I were you, I'd just get the 2600k seeing as there's more than likely no difference performance wise.
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