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He buys from a distributor, so less than retail. All the golden ones are sold for above retail. Not hard to figure that part out. As far as offloading the bad ones, not sure but I did ask about buying some thumb.gif

He probably also makes a little money selling the duds as well, if he's getting good pricing. I think that's why he re-directed one guy to Microcenter when asked about the duds. Keep in mind that he probably also runs into a handful of exceptional chips (5.2+ GHz) that get sold for a much higher price in eBay auctions, being advertised as golden CPU's.
Edited by Sheyster - 1/11/15 at 3:59pm
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this type of service is a fantastic idea. I have lost big time in the recent rounds of the lottery and I would love to pay a few extra bucks to get some pretty much for sure numbers. I will be purchasing my CPU from you guys next time I need an upgrade for sure! over the years i have found that when stability testing the saying "if its not prime it's not stable" is pretty much bang on. running prime on OCed haswell though is just stupid... I can understand why they don't do it.
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i prefer it the way it is. i dont use my rig as a daily rig but for benching. id happily pay more for a lower voltage chip to try get more vcore headroom. while obviously you cant guarantee scaling, i still want the lowest vcore possible for any given clock.

Same. I'll be doing up a dedicated benching rig soon, and the lower voltage part is definitely a godsend (especially in XTU, where lower amounts of voltage used can garner more points - or so I've read)
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What's the current turnaround for new stock arrival?
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How much is shipping to Canada? I would imagine if you were to ship just the CPU, a well padded envelope would be sufficient.; especially if the IHS was removed. I tried this method: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XnSXeQn6www and it's actually the easiest by far.

Also, since you're binning these CPUs, why not spend some time and determine which CPU stress test produces the most heat? I think heat implies stress. Last time I tested between prime95 v28.5, y-cruncher 0.6.6, coredamage, and Intel Linpack, prime95 generated the most heat.

Lastly, with the Haswell-e CPUs, is heat the limiting factor here?
Edited by boogerlad - 1/12/15 at 10:22am
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We need one in Europe, and for GPU's.
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Have you ever run into any haswell chips that do well at lower voltages/frequencies but refuse to scale after a certain point? For example if you have 2 chips that will run at 4.8ghz 1.3V do some work at 4.9/5.0 with higher voltage and others stop there. My 3570k behaves that way and I'm not sure if it is the chip or the board. It is perfectly stable at 4.6 1.32v but refuses to go higher no matter how much voltage is put to it. This is with a custom water loop and delid . My 4770k just keeps clocking higher with crazy voltages even though it is a bad chip.

Yes, this is very common.
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What's the current turnaround for new stock arrival?

Was every two weeks, but working on getting that changed.
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How much is shipping to Canada? I would imagine if you were to ship just the CPU, a well padded envelope would be sufficient.; especially if the IHS was removed. I tried this method: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XnSXeQn6www and it's actually the easiest by far.

Also, since you're binning these CPUs, why not spend some time and determine which CPU stress test produces the most heat? I think heat implies stress. Last time I tested between prime95 v28.5, y-cruncher 0.6.6, coredamage, and Intel Linpack, prime95 generated the most heat.

Lastly, with the Haswell-e CPUs, is heat the limiting factor here?

Shipping to Canada is $20.55 and we will offer a delidding service in the future.

If you need to run heavy avx2 stress tests such as P95 28.5 or LinX 0.6.5, we recommend running the CPU at stock. The heat produced and current required for these tests are extreme when overclocked on Haswell and Haswell-E especially, and likely will cause degradation if frequently used.

On Haswell-E, heat or voltage can both be a limiting factor.
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Any sub 1.4v 5Ghz 5960x, then I'd be interested tongue.gif Building a test bench specifically for racking out some scores for HWBot
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Any sub 1.4v 5Ghz 5960x, then I'd be interested tongue.gif Building a test bench specifically for racking out some scores for HWBot

Full pot with Ln2 is doable wink.gif
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