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My chip isn't much better than his.

1.43V for 4.8gHz frown.gif Couldn't hit 5.0gHz even at 1.56V.
Just about the same as mine......

Like others have said, luck of the draw. I purchased mine from a small local store, and both they and Intel wouldn't return it, saying it was "Within Specifications", and they're right too mad.gif
I'm waiting on Haswell to see what it can do, if it's worth the upgrade, I'll do it. If not, I'll be looking for another 3770k rolleyes.gif
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post #2892 of 4012
How well has the Gene been treating 2600k owners for overclocks? I'm [im]patiently waiting for my heatsink to arrive so I can at least turn mine on. Is the 2600k + V Gene a 5GHz combo?
    
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post #2893 of 4012
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How well has the Gene been treating 2600k owners for overclocks? I'm [im]patiently waiting for my heatsink to arrive so I can at least turn mine on. Is the 2600k + V Gene a 5GHz combo?
That's really dependant on the 2600k....If it clocked near (~200Mhz) there before, chances are good you can get it to 5 on the MVG. wink.gif
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post #2894 of 4012
I do have a theory on getting a good chip but it may cost
I read a few post by a computer technician and he admitted to sorting through chips and putting the bad OCers into business PC systems he built.
BUT if he would build a gaming pc for a customer he would be sure to put in a good chip especially if they had ordered a store built OC on their machine.
this would cost a bit and I am sure everyone here couldn't bear the thought of someone else building their machine. biggrin.gif
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post #2895 of 4012
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Sad to hear, hope your next chip is better thumb.gif
Thanks, I hope so too. They keep a couple in a case and get the stock from the back. I'm going to go for the case. Chances are they've been in there a little while and from a totally different batch! thumb.gif I may even buy another, test both, keep the better of the 2, and sell the other one. Failure is not an option. tongue.gif
I'll also have the chance to pick up 2 - 3/8" fittings to add the mobo vrms to my loop. There was some discussion on loops and order, ect. Here's what the manual/ Asus has to say:

Edited by hotrod717 - 5/21/13 at 4:52pm
    
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Yeah, I actually considered setting up a specialty CPU store for that possibility, feznz - but in the end I figured the market of those (like myself) was probably too small to justify the inventory outlay. It's sad because there should be an option for those of us that would just as soon pay $400 for a 3770K if we knew ahead of time that the chip was good for 5.2GHz at 1.33V or something like that.

Unfortunately, the reality on the store-side is that if you don't have 100 system order for 'regular folks' for each 1-2 'enthusiast' customer - you'll wind up having to sell to many CPUs at a loss or at least break-even prices just to get that extra $50-100 for the goldens you found. When you couple that with the time required to bench every CPU in order to even find those goldens... you're making $1/hr or less and should just mow lawns for a living. frown.gif

And yes, I realize that there are 'extreme' options from intel for the premium SKUs but they're priced so ridiculously that they would have to be 100% faster at a minimum for me to even consider paying those prices for one of them.
Edited by DiGiCiDAL - 5/21/13 at 10:34pm
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Hey, I'd like to be added to the club, cheers.

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Another applicant for the club! =P

Maximus V EXTREME





Greets biggrin.gif
Edited by Molokou - 5/23/13 at 11:23am
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I recently picked up a MVG board. Can anyone recommend a good Mini PCIE Wireless card I can use with the mobo and antenna? I've tried searching this forum and the asus forum but could only find people trying to troubleshoot cards and not a good stable card. I'm trying to SLI so I want to get a wifi card biggrin.gif
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I recently picked up a MVG board. Can anyone recommend a good Mini PCIE Wireless card I can use with the mobo and antenna? I've tried searching this forum and the asus forum but could only find people trying to troubleshoot cards and not a good stable card. I'm trying to SLI so I want to get a wifi card biggrin.gif
Oh hey there, I'm so sorry I ignored your PM. I was meaning to reply to it but then I got caught up in final exams and now that I'm done I have no excuse tongue.gif

Anyhow, yes I did end up getting a wifi adapter card for my MVG. I would take a picture of it but it's buried way the heck behind my Water 2.0 Pro's 48.8mm radiator :/ Regardless, the card that I ended up getting was the official Asus MVF (Maximus V Formula) 802.11n dual band/BT 4.0 adapter. I got it from someone off of [H]Forums for $20 USD shipped. It was a good price considering the native-ness of the adapter and the it being a combo card. I'm not sure where you can find one, but you sure can post in the marketplace asking if anyone has one they're willing to sell to you.

Sorry this is probably not what you're looking for, but that's all I got frown.gif

P.S. In-case you were wondering: the chipset for the wifi is a Broadcom BCM-43xx variant and the bluetooth is a Broadcom Bluetooth 2070/20702.
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