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let's make a deal, I will keep my fingers crossed for you while you do the same for me


Picked up new 3770k today.

Batch 3226C840 Hope it is worthy of delidding.

What batch number did you get?
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read the batch as this, first letter is the plant (C is costa rica, L is malay), second digit is year (2=2012), 3rd & 4th digits are production week, next is the lot, etc.
yours is 4th week of 2012, made in malaysia.

Couldn't a single chip from any lot be golden and the rest turds? I think Gold can be found in just about any lot and getting a good over clocking chips is really just luck of finding that particular chip of the lot. I think discrediting an entire batch based on the week of the year isn't a good way to go for finding golden chips.



The chip that I got today was supposed to be a fresh batch from Intel but after reading your explanation on batch numbers it appears my chip was made in the last week of June 2012 in Costa Rica.
Batch 3226C840 I7-3770k

I'm thinking about not even opening it and returning it for the newest batch that was supposed to be shipped to MC today. The Tustin, Orange County MicroCenter WEB site shows that there are no 3770ks in stock. Looks like my local MC is selling old batches right now. I really wanted a new batch from week 45 (1st week of November).




My other theory for picking up a June chip is that Intel has a crap load of chips sitting in storage waiting to be shipped out to vendors.

I also picked up a new i5-3570k which is an even older batch 3222B248.
Edited by SonDa5 - 11/20/12 at 1:55am
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Ivan is the RAM man here. he knows what he talks about for RAM right Ivan?
NICE! be careful! and Good luck! thumb.gif
I'll do it anyways! biggrin.gif

You should have a pot by then, delidded or not you should get 200 - 300° of headroom before hitting tjmax depending on what you fill the pot with!
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Couldn't a single chip from any lot be golden and the rest turds? I think Gold can be found in just about any lot and getting a good over clocking chips is really just luck of finding that particular chip of the lot. I think discrediting an entire batch based on the week of the year isn't a good way to go for finding golden chips.
The chip that I got today was supposed to be a fresh batch from Intel but after reading your explanation on batch numbers it appears my chip was made in the last week of June 2012 in Costa Rica.
Batch 3226C840 I7-3770k
I'm thinking about not even opening it and returning it for the newest batch that was supposed to be shipped to MC today. The Tustin, Orange County MicroCenter WEB site shows that there are no 3770ks in stock. Looks like my local MC is selling old batches right now. I really wanted a new batch from week 45 (1st week of November).
My other theory for picking up a June chip is that Intel has a crap load of chips sitting in storage waiting to be shipped out to vendors.
I also picked up a new i5-3570k which is an even older batch 3222B248.

Yes, could be a single golden chip in a batch, or none, or all. Pretty much random, although a couple of batches out there have had a better than average chance of getting a great chip like the 3218C batch for 3770k.
    
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You should have a pot by then, delidded or not you should get 200 - 300° of headroom before hitting tjmax depending on what you fill the pot with!
Yes, could be a single golden chip in a batch, or none, or all. Pretty much random, although a couple of batches out there have had a better than average chance of getting a great chip like the 3218C batch for 3770k.

Yep, this. Some batches are just better done somehow tongue.gif
That being said, remember that don't de-lid if you're going for sub zero! I read somewhere that it was either killing chips (Moisture on the actual core itself?) or it was netting less results.
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Couldn't a single chip from any lot be golden and the rest turds? I think Gold can be found in just about any lot and getting a good over clocking chips is really just luck of finding that particular chip of the lot. I think discrediting an entire batch based on the week of the year isn't a good way to go for finding golden chips.
The chip that I got today was supposed to be a fresh batch from Intel but after reading your explanation on batch numbers it appears my chip was made in the last week of June 2012 in Costa Rica.
Batch 3226C840 I7-3770k
I'm thinking about not even opening it and returning it for the newest batch that was supposed to be shipped to MC today. The Tustin, Orange County MicroCenter WEB site shows that there are no 3770ks in stock. Looks like my local MC is selling old batches right now. I really wanted a new batch from week 45 (1st week of November).
My other theory for picking up a June chip is that Intel has a crap load of chips sitting in storage waiting to be shipped out to vendors.
I also picked up a new i5-3570k which is an even older batch 3222B248.

From what I've seen so far.. I'd say your theory of "Intel having stockpiles of older batches" is about right, everyone that has posted their batch #'s from the MC $229 deal has had week/batch #322 or older. (Mostly #322's)

You should try it and if it clocks bad with voltage return it to be honest, you might just happen to have the golden chip of that week.
 
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Mine is 3128B . I always wondered about batch numbers. Mine does 5ghz at 1.445 volts 24 hour stable. No golden chip but at least it runs decent.
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Mine is 3128B . I always wondered about batch numbers. Mine does 5ghz at 1.445 volts 24 hour stable. No golden chip but at least it runs decent.

That would be from 2011???
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Yep, this. Some batches are just better done somehow tongue.gif
That being said, remember that don't de-lid if you're going for sub zero! I read somewhere that it was either killing chips (Moisture on the actual core itself?) or it was netting less results.
From what I've seen so far.. I'd say your theory of "Intel having stockpiles of older batches" is about right, everyone that has posted their batch #'s from the MC $229 deal has had week/batch #322 or older. (Mostly #322's)
You should try it and if it clocks bad with voltage return it to be honest, you might just happen to have the golden chip of that week.


MC did tell me that they just received a huge shipment early in the day Monday. (yesterday) I was told they are not on the WEB site just yet but will be soon. My guess is there will be a hot deal for Black Friday. I haven't found many newer batches either so Intel could be sitting on a bunch of old chips.


It may be golden. Think I will wait till after Black Friday to see if a better deal pops up. Right now it is sitting nice and snug new in its box.
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Lol sorry 3218B.
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3570kbarewithLPnFujipolyextremeonPCB.jpg 270k .jpg file @ SonDa5

ive got a question for you man

Do you measure how much is the height in mm,from motherboard pcb to die?
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3570kbarewithLPnFujipolyextremeonPCB.jpg 270k .jpg file @ SonDa5
ive got a question for you man
Do you measure how much is the height in mm,from motherboard pcb to die?

No. No washers or bushings.
With cl liquid pro TIM a light pressure mount is best. The fujipoly thermal pad helps provide support for the die and pcb. Its a gentle msnug mount.
Edited by SonDa5 - 11/20/12 at 5:30am
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