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All depends on how they keep scaling with voltage.

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The batch number doesn't specify the stepping in it from what I can tell. The MM# comes back as E1 stepping.

First digit is where it was assembled. Second digit is year. Third and fourth are work week of final assembly. Remaining digits are sequential numbering from previous lots.

FWIW my batch # was 3226C487 and was made a few months after yours was. Yours, however, was made in Fab FVR (not sure which fab this is), whereas mine was made in Fab 32.
Edited by dr/owned - 6/5/13 at 1:02pm
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The batch number doesn't specify the stepping in it from what I can tell. The MM# comes back as E1 stepping.

First digit is where it was assembled. Second digit is year. Third and fourth are work week of final assembly. Remaining digits are sequential numbering from previous lots.

FWIW my batch # was 3226C487 and was made a few months after yours was. Yours, however, was made in Fab FVR (not sure which fab this is), whereas mine was made in Fab 32.

I got my info from this site on binning CPU's, as well as a thread here on OCN.

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

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The fifth character represents the CPU Stepping. It comes in 3 different flavors which is A (uses less volt but produces more heat – great for extreme water cooling or liquid nitrogen or DICE aka Dry-Ice), B (uses more volt but produces less heat – best for air cooling or entry-level water cooling) and C (very rare – balance of both world A and B).
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Whoever wrote that made stuff up along the way

The fifth character represents the CPU Stepping. It comes in 3 different flavors which is A (uses less volt but produces more heat – great for extreme water cooling or liquid nitrogen or DICE aka Dry-Ice), B (uses more volt but produces less heat – best for air cooling or entry-level water cooling) and C (very rare – balance of both world A and B).

^ this is just his opinion, & it's basically wrong.
    
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Dimaggio1103: Have you checked for whea errors?
     
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I lied...you actually have a super fresh chip. It's really hard to decode the lot number log, because each lot has like 100 lines of stuff associate with it, but it looks like it was fabbed (or packaged) in the March 2013 time frame. I'm guessing fab was in november by the 43 in your batch number, and the March dates I'm seeing are when it was packaged.
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Dimaggio1103: Have you checked for whea errors?

yep, I have none when a proclaim 100% stable, I always check. Im not new to OCing just new to Ivy voltages, or at least voltages this low.biggrin.gif

Ok so had to bump vcore up a taf at 4.7GHz now its 1.21 Under 100% load max core reaches 76c, not bad for my little cooler. I took everything apart reseated and even took a DMM to the middle capacitor legs, underneath the board. not sure if I grabbed the wrong one or not, because it actually read less than what CPUZ says. CPUZ says under load 1.21 but it hovered around 1.20 sometimes 1.198 fluctuated a bit.

Hopefully someone can clarify why it would read under what CPUz says. Atleast its not reading way over like some have said asrock Z77 does. Maybe it did but the new bios fixed it like some claim, or this board never had it, I don't really know. Im happy atleast it was not the case here. redface.gif
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So final numbers for now are:

4.4ghz 1.09v.

4.5GHz 1.120v

4.6GHz 1.180v

4.7GHz 1.235v

All 100% stable

Benched at 5GHz at 1.31 but not prime stable tested.

So is the verdict from you veterans that its golden? Or average? Does the value increase to above retail?
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So final numbers for now are:

4.4ghz 1.09v.

4.5GHz 1.120v

4.6GHz 1.180v

4.7GHz 1.235v

All 100% stable

Benched at 5GHz at 1.31 but not prime stable tested.

So is the verdict from you veterans that its golden? Or average? Does the value increase to above retail?

If you can get 5 stable somewhere with a 1.3 in front of it. It's golden plain and simple
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