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UPDATE:
All 930, 950, and the new 980 cores please PLEASE post your results.


This is going to be the records for all of OCNs i7s. Its going to cover from the 920s clear to the 975s. Please use the form below to input your information of your chips. Please Include all settings for 24/7 OC and max OC, if you dont have a MAX OC, just put N/A. For cooling please specify what cooler or block you have. If your max was done with DICE, in the cooling section add DICE MAX to the end.
Please Fill out this forum to be added

here is the spreadsheet in link forum For those that want to keep it on hand for later.

i7 Spreadsheet with batch numbers and OC results.

Google Spreadsheet

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Good thread!



stolen from another forum with a quick google search

1st letter or digit = plant code
0 = San Jose, Costa Rica
1 = Cavite, Philippines
3 = .............., Costa Rica
6 = Chandler, Arizona
7 = .........., Philippines
8 = Leixlip, Ireland
9 = Penang, Malaysia
L = ............, Malaysia
Q = ..........., Malaysia
R = Manila, Philippines
Y = Leixlip, Ireland

2nd digit = Year of production

3rd & 4th digits = week

5th - 8th digits= lot number

10th - 13th digits = serialization code
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http://spreadsheets.google.com/pub?k...bA&output=html

Im testing this out. please give me some time to work the bugs out.
finally!!! this will help me out a lot come on people give him your clocks and batch number!
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finally!!! this will help me out a lot come on people give him your clocks and batch number!
exactly, im going to cover A batchs and Bs of C0 and both of D0s
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anyone know how to embed google docs

ask the guy who takes care of the green machine thread. he uses a google spreadsheet.


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members, plese still post your settings, i need the folowing

batch number, 24/7 OC, revision, 24/7 voltage, max oc, suicides are welcome, and max OC voltage, along with your motherboard aswell. PLEASE for the sake of OCN.

i will come and find you if you do not post in here. so expect PMs lol.
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added to the " i7 batch directory" (whatever you want to call it)

Hopefully you get this up soon!
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batch number, 24/7 OC, revision, 24/7 voltage, max oc, suicides are welcome, and max OC voltage, along with your motherboard aswell. PLEASE for the sake of OCN.
920, 3910A639, D0, 4.00ghz @ 1.39v 24/7, EVGA x58 Classified E759

limited by temps, will be better when i get my water setup put together. :-)

for the sake of OCN. :-)

just a thought, why limit it to 920's? all the 900 chip batches run together, might as well have all the info. :-)


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added to the " i7 batch directory" (whatever you want to call it)

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920, 3910A639, D0, 4.00ghz @ 1.39v 24/7, EVGA x58 Classified E759

limited by temps, will be better when i get my water setup put together. :-)

for the sake of OCN. :-)

just a thought, why limit it to 920's? all the 900 chip batches run together, might as well have all the info. :-)
cause the majority of OCN has the 920. if i get a 940 or 950 specs i will add that too.
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Here is my i7 920 D0 B batch # 3849B203 which did 4.0GHz with HT on at 1.20v vcore prime 95 stable.




NOTE: I had another Xeon with the same exact batch # and it OCed exactly the same at 4.0GHz with HT on and 1.23v vcore

Here is my current Xeon W3520 (i7 920 D0 equiv) A batch # 3845A935. It runs 4.0GHz with 1.23v vcore with HT on and 4.2GHz with 1.288v with HT on.


<div class="post-sig post-sig-limit shazam usersig-click"><div class="reparse-sig-lineheight"><div><span></span><div class="quote-container"><span>Quote:</span><span></span><div class="quote-block"><span>Originally Posted by </span><strong>DuckieHo</strong><span> </span><a href="showthread.php?s=bd8d1313c09af4210eda3f9b5ad 8a046&amp;p=4306551#post4306551"><img alt="go_quote.gif" src="http://static.overclock.net//img/forum/go_quote.gif" style=""></a></div><span></span><div><span>Benchmarking is so boring......</span></div><span></span></div><span></span></div><span></span><a href="https://www.overclock.net/intel-motherboards/229532-essentials-overclocking-680i-nvidia-reference-boards.html">eVGA 680i Overclocking guide</a><span> .......... </span><a href="https://www.overclock.net/intel-motherboards/269840-asus-p5e-x38-thread.html">ASUS P5E/Rampage Formula Thread</a><span>.......... </span><a href="http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=521851" target="_blank">4.4GHz CPU-Z</a><br><br><div style="text-align:center;"><span style="font-size: 12px;"><a href="https://www.overclock.net/intel-motherboards/426626-official-rog-asus-rampage-formula-x48.html"><span><b>The Official Asus Rampage Formula Club</b></span></a></span></div></div></div>


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Here is my i7 920 D0 B batch # 3849B203 which did 4.0GHz with HT on at 1.20v vcore prime 95 stable.




NOTE: I had another Xeon with the same exact batch # and it OCed exactly the same at 4.0GHz with HT on and 1.23v vcore

Here is my current Xeon i7 920 D0 equiv A batch # 3845A935. It runs 4.0GHz with 1.23v vcore with HT on and 4.2GHz with 1.288v with HT on.

awesome, i will add you once i can figure out this stupid google doc crap. any idea how to publish it on here so you can scroll through it and read it.
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