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    I have to agree. I don't think I've ever seen an intel do a stable OC of over 6GHz for longer than a minute.
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    didnt see that you wrote ln


    No need for ln at only 5.0ghz

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    So TS, which one did you get?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Antronman View Post
    ^
    I have to agree. I don't think I've ever seen an intel do a stable OC of over 6GHz for longer than a minute.
    But you dont know where to get a pot?

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    Quote Originally Posted by WhitePaw View Post
    Ok, if they all do 5.0 ghz, get ivy bridge e instead
    Viz has one that does 5.1+ for sure and if I remember properly another regular as well.

    Do they all do 5Ghz? No. Do all SB-E do 5Ghz? Again no (Mine's golden spot is 4.5 and I can push it to 4.8 with extreme voltages).

    What I am trying to say is that in both cases it's luck or binning that defines if you get a good chip. And if you get a good chip, getting an IB-E good chip is better than an SB-E good chip in terms of performance (clock values don't matter).
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    actually I will wait for x99

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nodens View Post
    Viz has one that does 5.1+ for sure and if I remember properly another regular as well.

    Do they all do 5Ghz? No. Do all SB-E do 5Ghz? Again no (Mine's golden spot is 4.5 and I can push it to 4.8 with extreme voltages).

    What I am trying to say is that in both cases it's luck or binning that defines if you get a good chip. And if you get a good chip, getting an IB-E good chip is better than an SB-E good chip in terms of performance (clock values don't matter).

    Agree Nodens 100%.

    I lucked out on mine after the death of the first one. aith a 5.2 ghz bin. but got 24/7 I run it 4.8ghz. To be Honest,I really didn't see a performance difference in real world applications or gaming. the same goes for that having the PCIe 3.0 stuff too. 4.8ghz seem the "sweet" spot for performance on my flight sims, and games.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nodens View Post
    Viz has one that does 5.1+ for sure and if I remember properly another regular as well.

    Do they all do 5Ghz? No. Do all SB-E do 5Ghz? Again no (Mine's golden spot is 4.5 and I can push it to 4.8 with extreme voltages).

    What I am trying to say is that in both cases it's luck or binning that defines if you get a good chip. And if you get a good chip, getting an IB-E good chip is better than an SB-E good chip in terms of performance (clock values don't matter).
    I am not saying you are wrong N..

    My own experiences with Sandy is that all the Sandy cpu's i have owned has indeed made 5200mhz, same with Ivy bridge

    Its not a massive collection of cpu's tho ,6 specimens in total i think, ranging from 2500K-3770K



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    But from what i have seen, the Ivy-e seems to be harder to score with, getting a good one for benchmarking


    (have no experience with Ivy e)

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    You got great luck with the chips mate. Me on the other hand I almost never bought a good sample for myself, no matter the arch. 3 weeks ago I bought a 4770K for a friend, to setup for him..that CPU he got is absolutely golden.. I'll probably trade it off of him because he doesn't actually need it. He only wants a 4.4 on a H60 and he's not an overclocker per say. I clocked it for him.
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