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This how you are supposed to read batches info. My i7-3770k is 3244C475 .

http://pc.ayumilove.net/list-of-intel-cpu-batch-number/
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I am pretty sure that the stepping info isn't correct.
Edit: Ftw 420 is correct on this. Where did you get the idea that it would be stepping?
     
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the article Iching linked states exactly what I said about stepping and that is where I saw it.
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This how you are supposed to read batches info. My i7-3770k is 3244C475 .

http://pc.ayumilove.net/list-of-intel-cpu-batch-number/

I've never seen that one before, every other place has it this way http://www.techpowerup.com/articles/overclocking/intel/18
& when you check the stepping in cpu-id, it doesn't match up with that. All my newer intel chips have a numbered stepping, haven't seen a letter stepping since core 2 duo.
    
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I've never seen that one before, every other place has it this way http://www.techpowerup.com/articles/overclocking/intel/18
& when you check the stepping in cpu-id, it doesn't match up with that. All my newer intel chips have a numbered stepping, haven't seen a letter stepping since core 2 duo.

i think the last i saw lettering was the first gen i7/i5/i3 i think
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