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i kno that so we are still looking for the "c" coding/stepping right?

You're looking for the newest batchs
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How much would you guys Upcharge to go buy me a "C" 3770K and ship it to me? I have NO Fry's or MicroCenter near me frown.gif
 
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If I'm not mistaken it's every single Asrock board that does that, because it's something Asrock does in the voltage reporting algorithm they use to make it seem like all asrock boards can do the same overclock on less voltage than competitor boards. It's not a hardware issue that causes the Asrocks to be way off in voltage reporting, it's a software one, a deliberate one.

But the Extreme4, on top of an overly generous voltage read-out, is a low quality board so it actually is a bit wack. Extreme6 is a good board but not amazing so it's vcore read-out I think is a bit off too.
Only a single handful of chips can do 5ghz on less than 1.45v, and I don't think any can do it below 1.4v. I mean my chip is an extremely good chip and it takes basically 1.5v for 5ghz, as most chips good enough to do 5 are.

Most of my ivies couldn't do 4.6 on less than 1.4v though.

Ive Only ever seen evidence that its only the 4 and 6. Speculation on all other boards

Plenty of reports on it all on asrock boards. The extreme6 is a quality board, you don't just have a board that's made of quality reports somehow report vcore lower. ALL motherboards report vcore incorrectly, the only reason asrock boards are so much below the real value is because asrock knows terrible review sites like tomshardware and anandtech will tell their huge, dumb following of 15 year olds with daddys money about how great the asrock boards can overclock because look, it does it on less voltage! And it's true, check out their' 'benches' of the asrocks vs other boards, they always talk about how asrock can do things on lower voltage and is so awesome.

All the motherboards cheat, they cheat on voltages too, but asrock went really far on it and on vcore, whereas everyone else didn't go so overboard. I mean TH would have you believe that gigabyte boards can finetune voltage to .05v but for ga boards 1.4 and 1.45 is the exact same supplied voltage, yet another deception they all do to try to best each other.

It's a software issue, not a hardware issue. Asrock oc formula is affected by it just as much as the extreme4.
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You're looking for the newest batchs

and how do we know what range that is?
Has this been widely replicated by other OCing that these new chips have better headroom?
     
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and how do we know what range that is?
Has this been widely replicated by other OCing that these new chips have better headroom?

thats what we are trying to find out.
 
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Holy crap, great temps and vcore, hopefully they have 3770k batches like this

it seems 22th week batches are good. i have L222A940 it is a decent chip not golden, but it's fully stable at 5 ghz 1.41V
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i'm about to go to micro center and pick up a c batch chip and switch out my b for it. micro center is a 35 mile drive for me so if anyone can tell me if there's any reason why i should not do this can someone let me know, because from what i'm reading here and elsewhere it reads as though the c batch fares much better than the b has .... please correct if i'm misinterpreting or just generally being naive and stupid. thanks
 
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i'm about to go to micro center and pick up a c batch chip and switch out my b for it. micro center is a 35 mile drive for me so if anyone can tell me if there's any reason why i should not do this can someone let me know, because from what i'm reading here and elsewhere it reads as though the c batch fares much better than the b has .... please correct if i'm misinterpreting or just generally being naive and stupid. thanks

Call ahead first. Get the newest batch
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If you're not happy with your current one, go ahead and get a newer batch. thumb.gif
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Can someone kindly provide me a real serial number. I think I might have found the internal tool that traces that stuff (I'd be surprised if I did though, since a lot of crap is "need to know")

Edit: Turns out I had a picture of my 3770k box on my phone. The SN is basically just a UPS label. Who, what, where, and when the product was shipped.
Edited by dr/owned - 3/20/13 at 2:46pm
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