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Originally Posted by majnu View Post

Thanks, never tried going any higher as 4.7Ghz is plenty fast enough and after de-lidding it gives great temps too. I don't really need to push it any higher, but If I get time I could push it just to see what it can do.

What is yours running at?

Yeah def give it a try if you have a chance to there's no guarantee but you might have a gem there. The 18C Costa's have a lot of potential going by what I've seen with mine and the results of others. Had it at 5GHz 1.28v but now have 5.1GHz 1.328v just because it seemed like a shame not to smile.gif lol. Like yours it's delidded, and I have it under water so the temps are great.
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Originally Posted by Sweetcheeba View Post

Yeah def give it a try if you have a chance to there's no guarantee but you might have a gem there. The 18C Costa's have a lot of potential going by what I've seen with mine and the results of others. Had it at 5GHz 1.28v but now have 5.1GHz 1.328v just because it seemed like a shame not to smile.gif lol. Like yours it's delidded, and I have it under water so the temps are great.

5.0ghz is stable at 1.325 for me. Temps are 79c max on the hottest core during real bench. Gaming it is high 60's. This is cooled with a h100i. Some FCAT results for SWBF

Walker Assault
Ultra Preset but with TXAA
1080p
GPU - 980ti (Due to 358.50 drivers I have to downclock my cards otherwise I crash. 1494 core 3985 Mem. Previously I was 1504 core and 4000 Mem)
CPU - 3770k 4.7ghz
Code:
Battlefront - Frame Time Analyzer Report
Logs Selected: All (Merge Logs)
FTS Selected: 2 ms

                        Game - FT       CPU - FT        GPU - FT
Average Frame Time:     7.234           7.233           7.202
StdDev (FT):            1.102           1.064           1.104
Minimum FPS:            13.2            29.846          14.567
Maximum FPS:            252.525         200.2           332.779
StdDev (FPS):           22.097          22.27           23.39

Time Spent:             Game - FT       CPU - FT        GPU - FT
Above 200 FPS:          3.217%          4.918%          3.886%
Above 144 FPS:          38.072%         38.645%         39.205%
Above 120 FPS:          84.652%         84.382%         84.974%
Above 100 FPS:          99.716%         99.667%         99.754%
Above 90 FPS:           99.986%         99.977%         99.994%
Above 60 FPS:           99.994%         99.994%         99.997%
Above 45 FPS:           99.997%         99.997%         99.997%
Above 30 FPS:           99.997%         99.997%         99.997%


Total Data Points Read:         34506
Total Erred Points Detected:    483
Total Files Read:       1

5Ghz
Code:
Battlefield 4 - Frame Time Analyzer Report
Logs Selected: All (Merge Logs)
FTS Selected: 2 ms

                        Game - FT       CPU - FT        GPU - FT
Average Frame Time:     6.753           6.75            6.666
StdDev (FT):            0.988           0.885           1.069
Minimum FPS:            15.523          21.927          17.437
Maximum FPS:            468.384         201.41          975.61
StdDev (FPS):           21.328          21.094          31.052

Time Spent:             Game - FT       CPU - FT        GPU - FT
Above 200 FPS:          5.553%          9.358%          9.596%
Above 144 FPS:          59.167%         58.847%         60.461%
Above 120 FPS:          97.166%         97.055%         97.323%
Above 100 FPS:          99.916%         99.927%         99.935%
Above 90 FPS:           99.973%         99.985%         99.987%
Above 60 FPS:           99.983%         99.994%         99.99%
Above 45 FPS:           99.985%         99.994%         99.99%
Above 30 FPS:           99.99%          99.996%         99.992%


Total Data Points Read:         47778
Total Erred Points Detected:    1497
Total Files Read:       1
post #463 of 464
Nice, that's a great chip thumb.gif

Temps are good too. Are you going to drop it back down or stick with 5Ghz?
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Hi, just received my i7 3770k today. Managed to find a brand new one on ebay for my Z77a board. Real hard chip to get hold of took me a month and a half to find it. Any way I have searched all over the place to see how my batch numbers fairs up but it seams I have a much newer chip than I can find info on. Its 3310B011. So if I break it down my chip was made in Costa Rica, made in 2013, week 10, is a B and is under 15. Not gonna be able to try the CPU til Monday so any info or advice on it would be great.
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