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Ok so from searching on Google, the issue was fixed with bios release of march of this year. I have the newest one, and reports have said this issue is not relevent anymore. For the sake of being extra sure, I will disassemble my SFF today and read it with a DMM.
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Who shipped out the processor? Was it the Hibbert Group? If yes, then it bodes really well for the one I have inbound from them right now. Also please post the batch number on the box.

If it truly is a golden one, I'd probably pay you a pretty penny for it. I've got well over $2000 in my cooling system, so I'd really like trying to get it up to 5.2 Ghz+ on sane voltages.

Not sure what the Hibbert group is.

My batch # is: costa rica 3243C807
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Not sure what the Hibbert group is.

My batch # is: costa rica 3243C807

They're the guys that deal with fulfillment of employee discount purchases. Email confirmations of shipment and whatnot come from XXXX @ hibbertgroup.com . I was hoping that they handled the Retail Edge program too, which would mean that I could be getting a chip from the same batch as yours.

Could you please PM me your serial number? I want to use a internal tool to check which company Intel shipped the palette to.
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Out to lunch right now. Will post serial when I get back.

Also I read somewhere my C stepping is a bit rare, this true?
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Serial number is: MC306326A0987

I found out that my C stepping is indeed rare it has the best of both A and B steppings, typically requiring less vcore and less heat. wheee.gif
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Hmmm...no result found for that SN and plugging in one of my SN's works fine. Sure no typo?

Also I could use the MM# . It stands for something like Material Minder (it's kind of like UPC or SKU) but I can search it and find what stepping it is. My processor shows up as Stepping=E1, but it's interesting CPUz reports yours as E1-L1.
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Going of the batch number shows real stepping. fourth number from the end.

mm# 920492

Unfortunately it takes a lot higher vcore to get 5GHz somewhat stable, here is my validation:
http://valid.canardpc.com/2823741
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^^You managed to run prime with that or 32M? Very nice.
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Going of the batch number shows real stepping. fourth number from the end.

mm# 920492

Unfortunately it takes a lot higher vcore to get 5GHz somewhat stable, here is my validation:
http://valid.canardpc.com/2823741

Still looks pretty good, I have one 3770k that does IBT max memory at 4.5Ghz @ 1.128 vcore under load, but by the time it gets to 5Ghz it needs more like 1.5V so not even close to golden. All depends on how they keep scaling with voltage.
    
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^^You managed to run prime with that or 32M? Very nice.

Just cinebench and 32m. Dident want to go for prime95 stable until I get a h80i in there.

I did go for prime95 and ibt stable at 4.7GHz @ 1.190v so far it's stable, ibt 30 runs and prime running now. So not bad vcore for 4.7ghz I guess? It jumps to 1.20 under prime.

So here is how it stands right now.

4.5GHz = 1.120v Prime 100% stable

4.7GHz = 1.190-1.20v 100%IBT maximum stable, priming now

5GHz = 1.31v benching stable but not prime yet.


Still looking golden scaling? or just a good chip?
Edited by Dimaggio1103 - 6/5/13 at 12:41pm
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