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Do they make 3750K's???? tongue.gif
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Do they make 3750K's???? tongue.gif


just noticed xD
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I have one tip I had 4 3770k's and everyone said it was just luck of the batch you get, after looking at all the batches I got before my new one were all B stepping this time I hand picked mine keeping in mind that maybe the middle weeks of the year were closer to the center and the other thing is the stepping I wanted A this time unlike my pervious 4 B stepping chips. Reason being A is supposed to have lower voltage but higher temps which is exactly what I need since I delidded every chip I had before anyway. So it prolly still is luck but just try to get one within in 20's for weeks and A stepping.


thanks n hope it doesnt get to hot since i think i lose the warrenty @ the store if i delid






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thanks n hope it doesnt get to hot since i think i lose the warrenty @ the store if i delid






everything is packed up back in their original boxes gonna afk for the next 10hours lets hope i get something decent

I got a C stepping but did not have time to swap it. It supposed to be the best of two worlds.rolleyes.gif
post #15 of 25
just curious in where to locate the stepping on cpu-z cause i see a numerical value. or is located under model with the letter?
post #16 of 25
don't know if cpu-z accurately details that but it is on the chip and on the box itself
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don't know if cpu-z accurately details that but it is on the chip and on the box itself

are you talking about the batch number? i was just curious to the stepping smile.gif
post #18 of 25
the stepping is in the batch number and on the batch number on the box as well something like this

3232a635 here is mine the bold and underlined number is the stepping of the chip
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the stepping is in the batch number and on the batch number on the box as well something like this

3232a635 here is mine the bold and underlined number is the stepping of the chip

That isn't the stepping, it's part of the lot #. You have to have a chip in the board & see the stepping in cpu-z, All the 3770k I've seen are stepping 9.
    
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post #20 of 25
That not what I have read it states first letter or number is where it's made second number is year next two numbers are week of year made and the next letter is the stepping
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