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Hello guys I have the ability to buy a 3770k from the 3 below batches. I couldn't find any info on them.

Any info on them or any recommendations? Thanks.

L221B372
L245C797
3246C531
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I'd do the last one as its the newest non-Malay chip in the bunch, and not a D.
Edited by LagunaX - 6/3/13 at 11:48am
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Hello guys I have the ability to buy a 3770k from the 3 below batches. I couldn't find any info on them.

Any info on them or any recommendations? Thanks.

L221B372
L245C797
3246C531

Not much on those specific ones, there were golden L221B009 chips, but that doesn't necessarily mean the L221B372 would be good.
Any of them are like buying a lottery ticket. Good luck!
    
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Hello guys I have the ability to buy a 3770k from the 3 below batches. I couldn't find any info on them.

Any info on them or any recommendations? Thanks.

L221B372
L245C797
3246C531

i would try the 3246C531 but as FTW said no matter which batch you go for its still the lottery
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tried my exchanged 3770K last night! I think its a keeper. Was able to boot Windows @5Ghz on a bit over 1.308 volts. Wasn't exactly stable(BSOD'd on prime95). But its future looks good. cooling is an H100 and im using IC Diamond.
Batch # 3236B814
serial: 2874
Edited by XenDeltaPhi - 6/3/13 at 2:27pm
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tried my exchanged 3770K last night! I think its a keeper. Was able to boot Windows @5Ghz on a bit over 1.308 volts. Wasn't exactly stable(BSOD'd on prime95). But its future looks good. cooling is an H100 and im using IC Diamond.
Batch # 3236B814
serial: 2874

If you delid, they pretty much all do 4.8-5. Voltage be damned... who cares biggrin.gif
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Looks like a keeper for sure. Did my binning method work out :-).
Probably a post delidding 4.8ghz@1.24-1.26v Prime95 stable chip!

Quick an easy overclock voltage determination:
1) run IBT (basic-quick) to the voltage where it passes.
2) IBT (max) will usually be 0.02v higher than that.
3) Prime95 with avx might be the same or slightly higher than #2 by 0.02-0.03v.

Start testing at ddr3 1866 - you can overclock your ram later.
Edited by LagunaX - 6/3/13 at 3:48pm
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Hello guys I have the ability to buy a 3770k from the 3 below batches. I couldn't find any info on them.

Any info on them or any recommendations? Thanks.

L221B372
L245C797
3246C531

Excuse the self-quoting please. So I have found the additional 2 batches.

3230b373
L230B575

That 3230B batch seems really good based on what I'm hearing/reading.


Edit: Thinking of buying the 3 below batches and I keep the best of the 3 and sell the other 2.

L221B372
3246C531
3230b373
Edited by Koniakki - 6/4/13 at 9:40am
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Looks like a keeper for sure. Did my binning method work out :-).
Probably a post delidding 4.8ghz@1.24-1.26v Prime95 stable chip!

Quick an easy overclock voltage determination:
1) run IBT (basic-quick) to the voltage where it passes.
2) IBT (max) will usually be 0.02v higher than that.
3) Prime95 with avx might be the same or slightly higher than #2 by 0.02-0.03v.

Start testing at ddr3 1866 - you can overclock your ram later.

Did all of the above!biggrin.gif
Right now I have 4.8 running stable at 1.33v ( a bit higher than i expected but i am not too worried) with load line calibration on Extreme (probably could lower to Turbo for a slight vcore droop to help temps) . I'm seriously considering delidding it. Some of my friends running Sandy are encouraging me to do it.

Batch # 3236B814
Serial- 2874

Has anyone compiled comprehensive list of Ivy Bridge Batch and Serial numbers?
post #280 of 467
Drop your PLL to 1.6v, 1.55v if possible.
Enable all power saving features, disable virtualization and spectrum spread.
Turn off PLL overvoltage if you don't need it.

A long, convoluted thread on batches are here, but sorry, no list:
http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/showthread.php?280668-Ivy-Bridge-i5-3570K-i7-3770K-batch-and-o-c-results
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