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First off the above post has a point even though he is being a bit rude in making it. If you have never overclocked before you will want to be careful. At 1 time I believe but could be wrong that they were using Asus auto overclock function to bin the chips. Overclock settings aside you must have a cooling solution adequate enough for the overclock and knowing how to manually overclock will yield same or better results at lower temps than any auto overclock program.

Other than that, Silicon Lottery has a great reputation because you do get a chip capable of what you pay for assuming you have the skill/knowledge and cooling solution to support it. Also they back it up... per Silicon lottery website: Returns are accepted for all orders within 14 days from the date of purchase if you are unsatisfied with the performance of the product. We will provide a full refund of the original purchase price less any shipping and handling costs. Processors must be in their original condition to be returned, and still be eligible for our warranty.

Orders paid in Bitcoin are only eligible for replacement and are not refundable.

To initiate a return, contact us at [email protected]
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