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I usually go by serial number. Which of those batches have a 2W prefixed serial number?

Those are 2016prod batches so I'm not sure if Intel has switched to the new serial number scheme for the 5960x. Post em!

i got the J6. here's a pic
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I've removed the photo, it starts 2w54...for some reason the forum is showing an image for a 5960

grats! guess I'm unlucky mine doesnt start with 2w frown.gif
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grats! guess I'm unlucky mine doesnt start with 2w frown.gif

Well we will see how good it is soon...
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Well we will see how good it is soon...

good luck! keep us posted. I can't do mine until Thursday newegg forgot my mobo :/
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good luck! keep us posted. I can't do mine until Thursday newegg forgot my mobo :/

How annoying! Hope they send you something as compensation ;-)
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stability tests:
passed 30mins of ibt and linx
passed 8 hours realbench
pass aida64 forever biggrin.gif
prime95 27.x passed 2 hours but I think I can do more rolleyes.gif
prime95 28.x instant crash but I guess nobody uses that anymore ya?
tested with gaming for hours and hours and was perfectly stable thumb.gif

but be informed my first and foremost absolute priority is Stability and safety, and then performance comes after rolleyes.gif

guys plz advice, are those stress tests enough to prove my stability?

I know prime95 28.x is not supposed to be used with haswell-e but no matter what I cant not ask myself why while I passed every stress test prime95 28.x is still an instant fail!
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guys plz advice, are those stress tests enough to prove my stability?

I know prime95 28.x is not supposed to be used with haswell-e but no matter what I cant not ask myself why while I passed every stress test prime95 28.x is still an instant fail!
Fo me i would say it is fully stable
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If the cpu i stable in the programs and games you use, then it is stable enough wink.gif
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hmm . . . thanks guys


BUT . . . is 220w power draw from cpu alone ok?
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post #19370 of 22287
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guys plz advice, are those stress tests enough to prove my stability?

I know prime95 28.x is not supposed to be used with haswell-e but no matter what I cant not ask myself why while I passed every stress test prime95 28.x is still an instant fail!

The problem is Prime needs huge amounts of voltage over what is an otherwise stable setting. I remember this blog from when I first picked an X99 and I have had similar results across my massive sample size of "4" Haswell-E CPUs. OCCT 4.4.2 also seems to be a little more needy compared to other tests as you approach the limits of your chip. Remember, you only need to be able to pass a stress test if your system is going to face similar loads or tasks. Someone who is never going to do video encoding, doesn't really need to pass x264/x265. Likewise, unless you intend to use this system to crunch numbers 24/7, you don't need to be Prime95 stable and even if you were setting up that kind of system, you aren't going to push the edges of your frequency and voltage for a run all day rig.

If you don't have specific professional applications to run, use AIDA64 or Intel XTU. It's an easy pass and will tell you if you are in the ball park. I didn't like Real Bench at first, but I have decided it is a good test for Haswell-E if you have some more demanding CPU loads without requiring a huge voltage boost. I think you have demonstrated enough stability to move on and enjoy your set-up, instead of burning off your TIM.
Edited by XTAC - 6/11/16 at 5:22am
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