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heh Enjoying my new Speakers.. 39$ for 2 pair Black Friday biggrin.gif
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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.

Before delidding my 3570k was extremely hot and required higher than normal voltage from what I seen of other 3570k chips. After delidding my temps dropped a little over 30C and my chip began to over clock like a golden 3570k up to about 5GHZ.


Delidding and lowering temps can have a significant change in performance. My 3770k on the other hand came from the factory running some what cool compared to other 3770ks that I had seen. After delidding temps came down and performance went up. Resistance is the enemy of electrical conduction in any circuit and it manifests itself in heat. Lower heat and resistance goes down and electrical conduction improves.

To get a good idea of how good of a cpu you have try a low over clock like 4.5GHZ and see how low of voltage you can get it stable at. 1.2v and below without delidding for 4.5GHZ is usually a decent chip and when you delid the performance increases.
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To get a good idea of how good of a cpu you have try a low over clock like 4.5GHZ and see how low of voltage you can get it stable at. 1.2v and below without delidding for 4.5GHZ is usually a decent chip and when you delid the performance increases.

Yep, I'd definitely agree to that, the VCore I needed to get 4.5 stable decreased slightly after delidding.
Even after delidding, though, my chip still takes 1.328 to get stable, so definitely NOT what you'd like to see in a 3218B batch chip rolleyes.gif
All I was trying to say was that my chip is a good example of how getting one of the 'good' batches does not guarantee a good chip per se.
Regardless, though, from what I heard it's highly likely he'll get a better chip if he decides to trade it in, seeing as his current one seems to be a bit 'meh'.
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Mine is 3224b micro center xd and can't do too much with it 4.6 @ 1.36v. Don't complain tho maybe next time xd.
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Mine is 3224b micro center xd and can't do too much with it 4.6 @ 1.36v. Don't complain tho maybe next time xd.

That's about where I'm at. I'll check my batch when I get home though.
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Yea I guess that's my only option. 4.9-5.0 is probably out of the question but I guess if I could get to 4.8 I'd be happy.

I can get 4.8ghz but need 1.490v to be stable. frown.gif But temps are so nice.. 72c max.
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Great I will let it be. Leave well alone as they say. Every time I put clumsy hands into the case I risk breaking something. The CM X1 Extreme Fusion beat MX 4 and Nano Diamond 7 . It has a rating of 9.5 vs 8.5 MX 4 vs N7 8.3.

Well. i did use LP on the HSF too... biggrin.gif
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Yep, I'd definitely agree to that, the VCore I needed to get 4.5 stable decreased slightly after delidding.
Even after delidding, though, my chip still takes 1.328 to get stable, so definitely NOT what you'd like to see in a 3218B batch chip rolleyes.gif
All I was trying to say was that my chip is a good example of how getting one of the 'good' batches does not guarantee a good chip per se.
Regardless, though, from what I heard it's highly likely he'll get a better chip if he decides to trade it in, seeing as his current one seems to be a bit 'meh'.

Batch 3218B957 here 5 GHz @ 1.445 volts
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Pretty good, that's about what I needed to get 4.8 stable.
Mind you, I couldn't get over 4.5 at all before delidding! thumb.gif
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Pretty good, that's about what I needed to get 4.8 stable.
Mind you, I couldn't get over 4.5 at all before delidding! thumb.gif

300mhz is a pretty decent jump.
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Mine is a Batch 3227C. Haven't heard anything about them. Gonna try and exchange it and try my luck.
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