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I want to have some overclocking fun.
Going to Microcenter tomorrow to pick up my new board and cpu

3670k - $200
3570k - $190

Currently at microcenter you can get mobo and cpu combo for haswell
Plan is
i5 4670K + Z87X-UD4H for $340 + tax

Is there a good batch number with the temp problems fixed?
post #2 of 9
Every haswell/ivy bridge chip uses tim under ihs i dont think that a batch number will change that anyway you will need to delid it if you want to past 4.5 ghz with good temps
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Originally Posted by PontiacGTX View Post

Every haswell/ivy bridge chip uses tim under ihs i dont think that a batch number will change that anyway you will need to delid it if you want to past 4.5 ghz with good temps

Haswell runs hotter because Intel has moved the voltage regulator onto the CPU, which is why temps are crazy (I believe).

Also, delidding may be the go for extreme overclocking, however I wouldn't do it as it voids your warranty, and you're screwed if you need support.

Don't know of any good batch numbers.
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Don't believe the batch # hype, I think this has been proven to be an urban myth nowadays. One chip in the same batch may do really well while another is piss-poor.

Now just going by my own experience, I can only recommend Ivy setup as it runs cooler allowing better clocks. However, a Haswell running at 4.4giggles is the same as Ivy running 4.6giggles (my personal finding on my chips) so that would suggest a Haswell.

Secondly, you can always get the tuning-plan.. wait until Intel brings a new revision on the chips and then change it over (you know what I mean..). The newer Ivys are better than the first lot so my expectation is the same for Haswell, again suggesting a Haswell buy is a better option.
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Thanks for that recommendation. I'm going to pick out a lucky batch since its possible might as well take advantage if you can. I having heard of the tuning plan though. Is it a warranty for over clocking?
post #6 of 9
Pretty much.

The intel tuning program is for hardcore overclockers that are worried about damaging their CPU. Basically, under the normal intel warranty, you overclock and it's damanged? You're done. However, in the Intel Tuning program, you can send it back for a free replacement under this program. So, basically if you fry your chip you get a new replacement.

You can read more about it here:
http://click.intel.com/tuningplan/
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I pushed crazy voltage through my fx6100 on air (1.66) and water (1.8) and it never got damaged.

The tuning plan is just for someone who is new to overcloxking and think they will fry something if they mess stuff up.

Imo its just another Way intel rips you off.
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In rather pay 25 dollars then to kill my cpu and have no computer...
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In rather pay 25 dollars then to kill my cpu and have no computer...

Yeah, I don't overclock myself, but if you really want to go for the extreme and are worried, I'd recommend it.
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