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HSW-E 5820K/5930K/5960X Batch and Serial Numbers

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Alright, what's the magic stepping?

 

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5960X QFRA 3431B010 cooled by Noctua DH 15

 

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4500 1.2 Wprime 1024,

4500 CB 11.5 and R15 at 1.23Vcore

 

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not tested further yet :)

Edited by Leeghoofd

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hm, not bad batchs.

My hand will have only one chance in shop :). God, please, the option must be lucky :D.

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I've picked mine up today, although I need to wait for the motherboard to get in stock which should be either tomorrow or early next week. Can someone explain the S-spec bit though. The rest of you have "QFRA" and mines SR20Q, so hopefully it serves me half decently.

 

Batch #3420C104

 

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Will post screens once the motherboard is here:D

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Nice CPU Hiwa : ) tested any higher ?

 

8/16 max 4900 1.43 just boot cinebenc is not possible because temp problem.

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5960X Batch L418C676 (retail)

4625 MHz @ 1.4v CB 11.5 / 4.5GHz @ 1.3v CB 11.5 - watercooled by Kraken X60

 

5960X Batch 3413B684 (ES)

4625MHz @ 1.4v CB 11.5 - watercooled by Kraken X60

 

5960X Batch 3413B921 (ES)

4500MHz @ 1.4v CB 11.5 - watercooled by Kraken X60

 

Actually I'm not even very disappointed in my retail after hearing some bad stories. It's still not very good tho.

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5960X Batch L418C676 (retail)

4625 MHz @ 1.4v CB 11.5 / 4.5GHz @ 1.3v CB 11.5 - watercooled by Kraken X60

 

Actually I'm not even very disappointed in my retail after hearing some bad stories. It's still not very good tho.

 

Hi rsnubje, do you mind me asking what board you are using and any guides for how you've achieved this. This might be teh wrong place to ask these questions but it's my first time with an X processor and just trying to learn as much as possible before my board gets here.

 

Cheers

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For the result of the Retail chip I used the Asus X99E-WS and for the other 2 I used the Asus X99-Deluxe.

 

Basicly I used the same steps as with normal Haswell.

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Thanks for that mate. I'm getting the gigabyte X99-SOC Force board, so hopefully that turns out ok when bios's mature a bit. Also i've just started to experiment with DICE and loving it, so hopefully I'll get some good results once I learn a bit more.

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Nice one Silent Scone, this done on air or water ? Can you verify Wprime1024 and or Cinebench R15 plz (this to keep data aligned)

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Just picked up today.

 

Retail testing on Crappy Air Cooling

5960X

3427B280

 

Vid - .987

 

Cinebench R15

4.5 ghz @1.21v 8C/16T stable

 

 

Update: 9/17/2014

 

Cinebench R11

4.5 ghz @1.21v 8C/16T stable

 

Wprime32

4.5 ghz @1.20v 8C/16T stable

Edited by steponz

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Just picked up today.

 

Retail testing on Crappy Air Cooling

3427B280

 

Vid - .987

 

Cinebench R15

4.5 ghz @1.21v 8C/16T stable

 

seem good cpu ...waiting your ln2 result, sometime good vid not guaranted will be good on ln2 result.

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