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Yeah, he should know. He has the 116MHz BCLK Klub Ivy record! I wouldn't want any of you guys to take any risks now would I? biggrin.gif

Im sure Franky ( RIP ) would have been up to the job.
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yea, never change a winning team , right smile.gif
like i said, your temps, vcore and oc are looking very nice to me thumb.gif
edit,
youre the second one i see today who oced their 7970 to 1250mhz,
are they that easy to oc that high?

They seem to be . I have had 6 so far 3 did 1300/1800 stable ( benched at 1325/1825) . Sold them here in SA to fund my 3770.
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I've always thought that the batch number thing was mostly a gambling superstition.
I've heard of plenty of people who got a good chip from what was said to be a bad batch, and vice versa.
In the end, it's why they call it the silicon lottery, there's no guarantees.
Wether you've won or you've lost, you won't know for sure until you plug it in and fire it up thumb.gif

there "seem" to be better batches out there,
but your right..

Then again, maybe I'm just bitter because my 3570k is unimpressive at best, while my batch is said to be one of the best ones rolleyes.gif
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Place i bought it said no refunds, it was special order, so i guess im stuck with it unless i can prove it is defective, as it stands right now, ill be lucky to hit 4.5 WITH a delid. Im kinda choked. Can i buy the Intel Performance plan AFTER purchasing chip? Then i could blow it up and get a new one lol....... oh, btw 1.80 manual vcore seems stable at stock speeds.

you can always exchange it under whatever reason (e.g. performance below average) for another one and hope for a better batch, that's buyer's right. special order does sound like no refunds, exchange only.

you can purchase Intel Performance Protection Tuning Plan whenever you want (even before buying the chip, it's tied to model only, not to serial number), but keep in mind it takes 30 days to kick in. you can return a working chip under it, they don't care since you paid for it and there is pretty much no questions asked.
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3218B, some report 5.0GHz @ 1.20V (not sure if fully stable though)
3224B I had 2 chips like that, both could do 5.0GHz @ 1.46V
3233
and a few others I forgot wink.gif google it, there was a few threads about it.
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Are there any known good batch numbers of 3770K's I can look for? Thinking about taking my chip back to MC and exchanging it since it looks like a bad clocker. The more batch numbers I have to search for the better as they only have 10 in stock.
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Changed my TIM again and went with CLP on the die and CLU on the IHS and my temps dropped another 3 degrees at 4.5.. But dropped 12 degrees at 4.9 smile.gif Anyways I have acceptable temps for me to run at 4.9. Now my question..

Has anyone figured out how to get sleep (not hibernate) to work with pll overvoltage enabled? My computer wakes up but the screen gets no signal and I have to do a hard reset. Sleep works fine at lower clocks.
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3218B, some report 5.0GHz @ 1.20V (not sure if fully stable though)
3224B I had 2 chips like that, both could do 5.0GHz @ 1.46V
3233
and a few others I forgot wink.gif google it, there was a few threads about it.
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Are there any known good batch numbers of 3770K's I can look for? Thinking about taking my chip back to MC and exchanging it since it looks like a bad clocker. The more batch numbers I have to search for the better as they only have 10 in stock.

See, that's what I mean...
My chip is a 3218B, 3218B726 specifically, according to pretty much all the rumours it should be one of the best batches.
Instead, it's not very impressive at all, needing a VCore of 1.328 to get a mild 4.5 GHz overclock stable, and hitting high 90's on IBT before delidding...
Also, going any higher than 4.8 I seem to hit a wall, it just doesn't boot regardless of voltage.
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yeah, batches don't guarantee anything, they just raise your chances of getting a good chip, it's always a luck of a draw however ...
batch 3224B seems quite successful for many though and it's sold by Microcenter at $229 ...

I remember someone with latest batch 3233 reporting some awesome voltages as well!
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See, that's what I mean...
My chip is a 3218B, 3218B726 specifically, according to pretty much all the rumours it should be one of the best batches.
Instead, it's not very impressive at all, needing a VCore of 1.328 to get a mild 4.5 GHz overclock stable, and hitting high 90's on IBT before delidding...
Also, going any higher than 4.8 I seem to hit a wall, it just doesn't boot regardless of voltage.
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Yea I don't expect any guarantees if I get what others are reporting as a good batch. However I do kind of view it like having tickets in the raffle drawing.
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Where can you get the cooler master extreme fusion x1? Does it spread well? I need new TIM because my GELID GC-extreme ran out. Pretty good stuff and it would be nice to try something new if it spreads easily.
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