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post #1 of 5
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Hello everyone smile.gif
Just slightly started on overclocking, and i want to know if my 2500K have a good batch, but..
I simply can't find my batch number listed anywhere.

The following text on my box:

S/N: 35045138A2379
S-spec: SR008
Batch#: 3049A306

Am I just a bad searching the internet, or is there just no info about my 2500K?

Thx for the help so far guys smile.gif

Regards, Alexander.
post #2 of 5
It can be there is just no information online about that batch number.

Whas the same with my 2500k.

Only way tis to find out for yourself then. Thre are lots of threads where 2500k users post their OC results.

Just compare them to your own results.
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Yea man, I'm trying to do that, but haven't found some with the same batch as me frown.gif Its hard to compare then smile.gif
post #4 of 5
You should just compare to all other 2500k Even with the same batch number doesnt guarantee the same Overclock.

Mine runs 4.5Ghz on 1.38v
4.9Ghz on 1.47v and 5.0Ghz on 1.53v.
Those are all tested with Prime95 and IBT.
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Hello everyone smile.gif
Just slightly started on overclocking, and i want to know if my 2500K have a good batch, but..
I simply can't find my batch number listed anywhere.

The following text on my box:

S/N: 35045138A2379
S-spec: SR008
Batch#: 3049A306

Am I just a bad searching the internet, or is there just no info about my 2500K?

Thx for the help so far guys smile.gif

Regards, Alexander.

the only thing could find out it is a oem cpu
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