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Originally Posted by lilchronic View Post

definitely will report back wink.gif

I've seen a dialogue with an Intel rep where the rep basically said that as long as it's not blatantly apparent that the CPU was delidded, then they'd honor the warranty. If the damage to the chip was done through the process of delidding (ex. chipping/scratching the PCB), then you'd have a rougher time with getting the chip replaced....

Read the first spoiler on the 1st page of this thread: http://www.overclock.net/t/1313179/official-delidded-club-guide thumb.gif
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Originally Posted by blaze2210 View Post

I've seen a dialogue with an Intel rep where the rep basically said that as long as it's not blatantly apparent that the CPU was delidded, then they'd honor the warranty. If the damage to the chip was done through the process of delidding (ex. chipping/scratching the PCB), then you'd have a rougher time with getting the chip replaced....

Read the first spoiler on the 1st page of this thread: http://www.overclock.net/t/1313179/official-delidded-club-guide thumb.gif

I think Intel are smarter than that.

They read these forums too and would anticipate OC junkies trying to pass off a delidded CPU as a faulty CPU, so I wouldn't expect much if I were you.
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Originally Posted by Arxontas View Post

I think Intel are smarter than that.

They read these forums too and would anticipate OC junkies trying to pass off a delidded CPU as a faulty CPU, so I wouldn't expect much if I were you.

Obviously, if they get the CPU and the IHS falls off, then I'm sure they would decline the replacement....
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Originally Posted by blaze2210 View Post

Obviously, if they get the CPU and the IHS falls off, then I'm sure they would decline the replacement....

Valguar (at least I think it was him) told them it was delidded and they still took it back. They said they delid them all at the return center anyway, to be sure the PCB matches what the IHS says.
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Originally Posted by Forceman View Post

Valguar (at least I think it was him) told them it was delidded and they still took it back. They said they delid them all at the return center anyway, to be sure the PCB matches what the IHS says.

Good to know! biggrin.gif
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Originally Posted by blaze2210 View Post

Good to know! biggrin.gif
So true.

It is nice to know Intel isn't going to leave you hanging for trying to improve the quality of the material they cheaped out on under the IHS

I wonder how well aligned that IHS must be for them not to mind biggrin.gif
  
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Hi all, I've tried googling this to no avail.

Does anyone have benchmarks from batch: L319/320/329?
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Hi all, I've tried googling this to no avail.

Does anyone have benchmarks from batch: L319/320/329?

http://forum.hwbot.org/showthread.php?t=73933

read the latest pages i've heard, didn't check them myself.

The OP here has a list of ~120 cpu's and their oc's plus the first part of batch number, in the google doc
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I checked that and nothing. All 4 stores near me only have those batch numbers, and there's nothing online about them.
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You don't have to burn it up with hours of prime.
Just learn how to use the program and you can test 5-10 minutes instead of spending 30min-1hour on stress tests.

Most people don't even know how to run the proper stress test on prime, there should be a prime version now with the haswell support too biggrin.gif

Hey, i wanted to ask since you seem to know more:


I took my ~3-4 months rock solid stable OC of ~4.5ghz, 1.24vcore, 1.85 vrin (extreme llc)

I did not see a single whea, crash or indication of instability in x264, games or any other stress, since 1.23vcore, and was using 1.24.

I turned uncore from 40x down to 33x, keeping 1.2 ring

I set my RAM at its 2200 timings down to 1333mhz

i added 0.05vcore and 0.1vrin

It still can't hold up at all against 28.3 fft 1344, what's up? What should i change? Got 101's before i turned RAM down, now it's just dropping threads like crazy - like three or four down in 30 seconds.

All values are bios values

Tried more VRIN: Not seen this one before LOL

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This site that i had bookmarked for Haswell says this:
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Test sequences:
1344K Vcore =
448K = Vrin / Input
512-576K = Cache / Uncore
672-720K = VTT
768K = Agent / IMC
800K = Vdimm / timings
864K = play here all the components inside.

however there are two different variables there: It says to use in-place (i did not) and also Prime 27.9 (which is old by now) though i will experiment with them.


Ok, 27.9, in-place 1344k seems to work fine @1.26/1.9 ht off. Doing more/longer tests now. It's not hot (larger fft sizes in general), i'm peaking 70c


Prime 27.9, in-place, 1344k, 15 minute pass with 1.26/1.9.

Bluescreen in ~8.5 minute with 1.24/1.9 - a 9c (with peak temps around 70)

This has a lot of potential IMO. It took me a week to narrow down to that value using x264 and games.


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If this is good for narrowing down vcore or other voltage ranges fast - i don't see the problem with it IMO!

Failure at 46x in 10 minutes. No BSOD registered (i think it was restart; i actually forgot if there was a code, but bluescreenview says nothing, i'm just taking the time from event viewer)

^At 1.28vcore, 1.9vrin. I'm quite impressed with this actually, in that it's harsh but realistic.
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