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which is the batch of your i7 3770k that does 5ghz with less than 1.41v?

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I am searching some batches from i7 3770ks that does 5ghz with less than 1.4v using air cooling (and delidded) bcuz I am planing on buying one next year biggrin.gif
also this thread will serve to people who want golden i7 3770ks and can select them in stores biggrin.gif
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Even knowing the batch of a golden chip doesn't get you any guarantee. All the chips in a batch can vary wildly from one to the next, because the manufacturing process of something like that doesn't result in 100% identical parts even on the same wafer, let alone from one to the next.

I wish someone would explain to me why everyone is so uptight about batches, I don't see any direct correlation. It is still a crap shoot no matter what the batch is.
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Even knowing the batch of a golden chip doesn't get you any guarantee. All the chips in a batch can vary wildly from one to the next, because the manufacturing process of something like that doesn't result in 100% identical parts even on the same wafer, let alone from one to the next.

I wish someone would explain to me why everyone is so uptight about batches, I don't see any direct correlation. It is still a crap shoot no matter what the batch is.

if you find good batches you find which processors repeats its Overcloking abilities(low vcore with high frecuency under air / low temps with regular frecuencies)
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Yeah, I get the theory behind it. Problem is you are only slightly more likely to get a good one that way. Still just as much of a crap shoot.
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I agree. There's no guarantee that 2 chips from the same batch will perform the same. It's the luck of the draw; batch numbers are irrelevant.
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I agree. There's no guarantee that 2 chips from the same batch will perform the same. It's the luck of the draw; batch numbers are irrelevant.
they will perform the same since they have the same architecture
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I agree. There's no guarantee that 2 chips from the same batch will overclock the same. It's the luck of the draw; batch numbers are irrelevant.

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they will perform the same since they have the same architecture

True, but you know what he meant tongue.gif
    
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they will perform the same since they have the same architecture
Which has nothing to do with how it overclocks compared to another chip with the same architecture.

You seem to be confusing architecture with "random variances in the manufacturing process".
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True, but you know what he meant tongue.gif
you r right in both
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