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Personally, I think ES chips should be included. 

I think a screenshot showing a burn-in/stress test as well as CPU-Z and HW Monitor should be enough to allow placement on the leaderboard.

To prevent just anyone claiming their chip is an ES I think a picture of the heatspreader (to show ES stamp) with a post-it note containing the user's name should be required. I know that might be a pain for you vonalka since your system is assembled, but I just want to keep this as fair as possible.

As long as no one disagrees I see no problem posting ES chips with the proper credentials. If a member does disagree you can either post it or PM me.

CPU-Z does show (ES) in the product description line of the validation and based on the research I have done it looks like ALL "ES" CPU's are stepping 5. Hopefully this will be enough to verify the legitimacy of the chip as it would be a real pain to pull it apart just to get a pic of the heat spreader - smile.gif

As for the screenshot, that is no problem - if I have time tonight I will do that.

Let me know if you are good with that OverK1LL
post #772 of 2297
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Just took a look, that is even better. 

Works for me!
 

OP Addendum:

Validation Requirements for ES Chips are as follows:

 

 Screenshot of CPU-Z showing ES and Stepping, results of Burn in test (including duration), and HW Monitor showing CPU Voltage Information.

 

 

post #773 of 2297
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Just took a look, that is even better. 


Works for me!

 
OP Addendum:
Validation Requirements for ES Chips are as follows:
 Screenshot of CPU-Z showing ES and Stepping, results of Burn in test (including duration), and HW Monitor showing CPU Voltage Information.


Cool - I will get a screenshot posted soon with the details above.
post #774 of 2297
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CPU-Z does show (ES) in the product description line of the validation and based on the research I have done it looks like ALL "ES" CPU's are stepping 5. Hopefully this will be enough to verify the legitimacy of the chip as it would be a real pain to pull it apart just to get a pic of the heat spreader - smile.gif
As for the screenshot, that is no problem - if I have time tonight I will do that.
Let me know if you are good with that OverK1LL

FYI there are ES versions of several steppings of the 3960X (or 3930K for that matter).

For the 3960X the ES versions are:
Stepping Revision Q-Spec
2 B-0 QAQL
5 C-0 QB7M
6 C-1 QBE7
7 C-2 QBU9

QBE7 (CPU-Z) = Qualification Sample of Retail SR0GW C-1 3960X

EDIT: You could also try the CPU-Z 1.59.5 Beta and see if it validates your ES. http://www.cpuid.com/medias/files/softwares/betas/cpuz_159_5.zip
Edited by gplnpsb - 2/21/12 at 4:58pm
post #775 of 2297
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Originally Posted by OverK1LL View Post

Just took a look, that is even better. 


Works for me!

 
OP Addendum:
Validation Requirements for ES Chips are as follows:
 Screenshot of CPU-Z showing ES and Stepping, results of Burn in test (including duration), and HW Monitor showing CPU Voltage Information.


Cool - I will get a screenshot posted soon with the details above.

Awesome and welcome, glad you got in!
    
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post #776 of 2297
Thanks everyone!

I pushed my OC up to 4.6 and was running prime95 to make sure it was stable - everything looks solid, but the temps started getting a little too high, so I don't think I can run it like that 24/7 until I upgrade my cooling.

Here is a screenshot:
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Here is the CPU-Z validation attempt:
http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2261440

I just noticed that CPU-Z still shows core voltage at 0.992, however my bios shows it at 1.42
Edited by vonalka - 2/21/12 at 6:21pm
post #777 of 2297
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I hate to be a pain, but can you still take that screenshot with HWMonitor in there?

post #778 of 2297
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I hate to be a pain, but can you still take that screenshot with HWMonitor in there?

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post #779 of 2297
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Thanks vonalka! I'll be updating the Leaderboard soon.

 

And Welcome, officially. Lol.

post #780 of 2297
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Thanks vonalka! I'll be updating the Leaderboard soon.

And Welcome, officially. Lol.

Thanks!
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