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just wondering, is the 3236B really that bad? I picked up an i7 3770k with batch # 3236B818 and seems to be running well @ 4.5 with only about 1.155v and samsung wonder ram @ 2133 CL10

EDIT: Ran AIDA64 FPU stress test for just around an hour and temps maxed out around 70C-72C on a hyper 212+

remember one thing there ate good and bad chips in every batch. Seems like you scored well out of that batch by the looks smile.gif
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remember one thing there ate good and bad chips in every batch. Seems like you scored well out of that batch by the looks smile.gif


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Sweet deal smile.gif, my past i5 3570k required 1.24v or 1.26v for 4.4ghz on a Asrock Z77 Extreme4. i wonder if the Z77X-UD3H would've shown nicer voltages rolleyes.gif
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remember one thing there ate good and bad chips in every batch. Seems like you scored well out of that batch by the looks smile.gif


^____________________________________________^


Sweet deal smile.gif, my past i5 3570k required 1.24v or 1.26v for 4.4ghz on a Asrock Z77 Extreme4. i wonder if the Z77X-UD3H would've shown nicer voltages rolleyes.gif

the UD3H dosent suffer from the incorect voltage reading issue as the extreme 4 does so yeah you have nice voltages and will be shown more acurately
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ahh ok, thanks for the reply smile.gif
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That's a great chip you got smile.gif
Also the UD3H should show the voltages quite accurately. And it's a damn good motherboard as well, or so I have heard smile.gif
With my Gene-Z the CPU-Z shows the voltages quite good as well.
Like with 1.160v from bios I get under load 1.155v when I measure with my multimeter, or for 1.190v I get 1.186v and so on. Less than half a percent difference or so.
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That's a great chip you got smile.gif
Also the UD3H should show the voltages quite accurately. And it's a damn good motherboard as well, or so I have heard smile.gif
With my Gene-Z the CPU-Z shows the voltages quite good as well.
Like with 1.160v from bios I get under load 1.155v when I measure with my multimeter, or for 1.190v I get 1.186v and so on. Less than half a percent difference or so.

Thanks smile.gif

And it's awesome news that the voltage readings are quite accurate. I'll post some screenshots when i get the chance too but first, i think ill try an push it a bit further wink.gif
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Did have someone a Batch at the 40th Week ?? 324XXXX or 33XXXXX
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just wondering, is the 3236B really that bad? I picked up an i7 3770k with batch # 3236B818 and seems to be running well @ 4.5 with only about 1.155v and samsung wonder ram @ 2133 CL10

EDIT: Ran AIDA64 FPU stress test for just around an hour and temps maxed out around 70C-72C on a hyper 212+

If you can run BF3 without crashing/lock ups then you are stable otherwise Aida is just putting up a facade
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If you can run BF3 without crashing/lock ups then you are stable otherwise Aida is just putting up a facade

Mine will run 4.4Ghz at 1.180v in AIDA64 for 3 hours no issues, put a game on and pop bang crash lol,
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I have a "D" too. Mine is terrible. Only 4.2! Unstable at anything past 4.3 on any voltage. I'm using an h100 for cooling. Hopefully exchanging it this weekend when I stop by microcenter again. my motherboard is a Gigabyte Z77X-UD5H. Has anyone else had problems overclocking this mysterious new "D" batch? I forgot to mention its also revision E1.

Actually, here is my batch number

3235D947
Edited by XenDeltaPhi - 6/1/13 at 10:56am
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