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  1. freaksavior

    freaksavior To infinity ... and beyond!

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    Please Post
    • Core i7 batch
    • what chip
    • what clock
    • vcore
    • HT on or off
    • Turbo on or off.

    In the format like the list please :) it saves me A LOT OF TIME!!! :)

    Mine is 3839A604 and i haven't oc it yet. Will post results when i do

    3839A Seems to be getting decent oc, around 4.1 on 1.4v

    Post away people :)

    • Xazax - 3836B043 i7 920 4.5ghz @ 1.45v Turbo on HT off
    • kid41212003 - 3836A685 i7 920 4.2GHz @ 1.38v Turbo on HT off
    • ap4lifetn - 3836A690 i7 920 4.0GHz @ 1.38 Turbo On HT ?
    • Systemviper - 3837A728 i7 920 4.01ghz @ 1.4V Turbo on HT on
    • Binge - 3837A765 i7 920 4.2ghz @ 1.4V Turbo on HT on
    • Thrackan - 3838A374 i7 920
    • Chicken Patty - 3839A403 i7 920 4.0 GHz @1.317v Turbo on HT on
    • Freaksavior - 3839A604 i7 920 1.45v 4.3ghz Turbo on HT on
    • silverfox71 - 3839A612 i7 920 4.0ghz @ 1.44v Turbo ? HT on
    • freakshow - 3839A609 i7 920
    • flyin15sec - 3841A453 i7 920 4.0ghz@1.36v Turbo off HT no
     
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    3836A690

    I can do 3.6/3.780 with turbo on @ 1.2v, prime95 temps = 60-65C

    4.0GHz stable at 1.38, prime95 load = 80C.
     
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    We're already doing this in the Fitseries/dark i7 OC thread.

    ::EDIT:: lol this is a better idea anyway. Finding what page we put our batch #s on is a pain.

    3837A765 4.2 ghz @ 1.4v 24/7
     
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    I could have swore it said "i7 Biatchs!"
     
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    How about putting all batch/OC in one list in the first post.
     
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    3.8GHz @ 1.35 vcore, with Turbo off, and HyperThreading on.
    4GHz @ 1.34 vcore, with Turbo off and HT off.
    4.2GHz @ 1.38 vcore, with Turbo on and HT off.

    All passed prime for 8 hours+
     
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    freaksavior To infinity ... and beyond!

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    wow binge, you have to keep shooting me down huh?

    lol the problem with the fit/dark i7 oc thread is because its about 20 pages! i dont wanna go through each page looking for batches. thats not fun

    edit: just read your edit lol.

    keep posting people
     
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    I don't know why people need to keep posting... it's already proven that the later the batch number the better it OCs.
     
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    freaksavior To infinity ... and beyond!

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    So do you say this thread is useless? i'll let it die if thats what your saying
     
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    I don't go to other forum to read much, unless I was finding something importance, and we only have few Core i7 users here, I don't think this is a bad idea.

    And, you mean the newer Batches?
     
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    Well it's fun. I'm just saying the earlier batches around 3835 were absolutely terrible, but each batch has steadily increased yields of OCs that can hit 4.0+

    If Fitseries still has his old chip's batch number I'd ask him for them because it was the most horrid chip I've seen posted from here to OCN.
     
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    gotcha

    is seems the 3839A is a very popular batch
     
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    anybody else have i7 ?
     
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    Got a 3838A374 i7 920 here, no OC yet :D
     
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    Man I saw someone post that they bought a 3841A batch yesterday >.< I want to hear back from him about his results.
     
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    Interesting thread below, but this page in particular has some talk about batch #s to dispel some rumors. It seems any batch from 3836 and beyond is a hit or miss per chip. There are no batches with greater yields than others.

    http://67.90.82.13/forums/showthread.php?t=213105&page=9

     
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    I don't think that's true, after I updated my bios to F5e, I could POST and boot into Windows at 4.2GHz with ALL settings set to AUTO, I couldn't do this before.

    With earlier bios (F3), It would POST and boot to Windows at 3.8GHz, with all auto setting.

    I think they tweaked the AUTO setting according to load for better stability.
     
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    What are you responding to, kid?
     
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    I mean this:

     
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    I thought so, I'm still kind of confused. I don't believe there is a golden batch yet, and that's what that man is talking about.
     
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    Systemviper - 3837A728 HT on Turbo on 4.01ghz @ 1.4V i7 920 on a GIG x58 Extreme


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    i7 920 Batch 3839A612 1.44v in windows still dropping volts to find minimal volts on cpu. 4.032= 192x21 htt on superpi 10.343 EX58-DS4 MOMBO. Will return the mombo and get the EX58 EXTREME for lower temps. Running Kandalf LCS and swiftech waterblock. max cpu temp 53c :)!!! what a hobby.

    Silverfox
     
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    Batch# 3841A453 i7 920

    Mobo: EVGA X58
    3.8ghz@1.30v /w LLC 201*19 - HT on, No Turbo 10hours Prime
    4.0ghz@1.36v /w LLC 191*20 - No HT, Turbo On 8hours Prime
     

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    i will posts my batch # when i get home at work right now:laugh:

    *EDIT*

    Intel Core i7 920

    Batch # 3839A609
    Prod Code: BX80601920
     
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