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Originally Posted by PedroC1999 View Post

It just means you got a good clocker, whats the batch# ?

Written on box or IHS

Unfortunately I tossed the box back in December of 2012, But I do have the invoice and that doesn't say much

Intel Core i7-3820 Quad-Core Processor 3.6 GHz 10 MB Cache LGA 2011 - BX80619I73820 (from Amazon)

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This may be a dumb question, but whats the difference between BLCK and Strap? When I change the strap in my BIOS (asus x79 pro), it automatically changes the BLCK to 125 as well. I am using Corsair Platinum 1866 memory (4x4GB). What else should I change besides vcore, multiplier, blck/strap and LLC? I don't want to mess with settings I don't know what they do if I dont need to. Thanks!

Strap just affects the cpu and helps you obtain certain combinations for multis of the cpu and memory. Going over 100 bclk will overclock the whole system, like the pci-E for example.


125MHz strap and 125MHz bclk is the same as 100MHz bclk.

125MHz strap and 126MHz bclk is the same as 101MHz bclk.

125MHz strap and 124MHz bclk is the same as 99MHz bclk.
    
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@HOMECINEMA-PC
Just wanted to say that the OC you set up on my PC a month ago is still running sweetly.
I luv it when my crap keeps working yessir.gif
Behaving yourself ?
post #3184 of 6499
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Originally Posted by HOMECINEMA-PC View Post

I luv it when my crap keeps working yessir.gif
Behaving yourself ?
Yeah, always mate.
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Originally Posted by Continus View Post

Unfortunately I tossed the box back in December of 2012, But I do have the invoice and that doesn't say much

Intel Core i7-3820 Quad-Core Processor 3.6 GHz 10 MB Cache LGA 2011 - BX80619I73820 (from Amazon)

Screenshot from CPU-Z



The batch no and where it was made is on top of the chip smile.gif
Edited by HOMECINEMA-PC - 6/1/13 at 7:21pm
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Yeah, always mate.
You should put the club sig in your sig wink.gif
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Yeah, been a bit slack. I've got a few clubs you got me into to add in there wink.gif
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Do this one first........the rest can wait thumb.gif
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Recently my PC has been starting to blue screen every 2-3 days, tends to go away if I up volts by .5. Not sure if it's something to be worried about, but 4.5 is taking like 1.37 to be stable.
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Recently my PC has been starting to blue screen every 2-3 days, tends to go away if I up volts by .5. Not sure if it's something to be worried about, but 4.5 is taking like 1.37 to be stable.

If you got your cpu a month or so ago, then it's just working itself in.
    
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