der8auer Posted December 25, 2015 Share Posted December 25, 2015 (edited) Caseking - LN2 pretested CPU sale We test a huge amount of CPUs every week and we already sell pretested 6700K & 6600K CPUs officially at the Caseking.de online-shop. https://www.caseking.de/en/pc-components/cpus-processors/intel-processors/socket-1151?sPage=1&sSort=4 I know from my own experience that it is a pain in the a$$ to bin CPUs on your own cost. But the worst part is if the CPU dies and you have to start again with binning. I managed to establish something for you guys to avoid this problem We offer special pretested LN2 CPUs for you guys with Caseking OC-Warranty. How we test: I use a Maximus VIII Gene for pretesting on air. The pretested CPUs can run 1h Prime95 1344K at 4.5 - 4.8 GHz (depending on the category) on air below 1.40 Volt without delidding. I won't explain my exact binning method but you can be sure you get the best of the best. The 4.8 GHz CPUs are the top 3-5% and sometimes I have to go through over 50 CPUs without finding a single one. So you can imagine this takes a lot of time and effort. After finding the best CPUs on air, we pretest some of them on LN2 (ASUS M8E) to see what clock they can run HWBOT Prime at 1.90 vCore. The chips will usually clock more because we don't have the time to test them full detail. OC-Warranty Every pretested LN2 chip is a CPU of the 4.8 GHz category. If your CPU dies you will get a similar 4.8 GHz CPU as replacement. Maybe the replacment will clock 100-50 MHz lower but it will still be a decent chip The Caseking overclocking warranty covers your chip as long as itâ€™s not physically damaged. Overclocking and delidding are covered (all CPUs are already delidded with the DDM). Avoid using the razor blade because scratches in the PCB/IHS will void the warranty. Also avoid scratches on top of the IHS. Lapping or any other physical alteration will also void the warranty. The 4.8 GHz replacement will only be available until a new generation of Intel Desktop CPUs is released. E. g. I won't be able to bin Skylake CPUs once Kaby Lake is out. How to buy a chip? I will list the available chips here in this thread. Simply reply to this thread with the CPU code and send a mail to: email@example.com Please include your full address and phone number. First-come, first-serve! HWBOT Partnership I want to thank HWBOT for the opportunity to use this plattform. HWBOT will get a share of each pretested-CPU in return. This way you can support projects such as the HWBOT World Tour Payment We accept Paypal and bank transfer Shipping We ship worldwide. The exact shipping costs depend on the location. EU should be around 15â‚¬ and the rest of the world around 35â‚¬. Available CPUs: 6700K:* - 6600K:* - Sold Items: #1: 8X2509 HWBOT Prime @ 1.90 V: 6460 MHz* CB: No CBB: -170 Â°C Price: 750 â‚¬ #3: 33X0033 HWBOT Prime @ 1.90 V: 6426 MHz* CB: No CBB: -171 Â°C Price: 700 â‚¬ #5: 22X1177 HWBOT Prime @ 1.90 V: 6598 MHz* CB: No CBB: -164 Â°C Price: 900 â‚¬ #7: 36X1502 HWBOT Prime @ 1.90 V: 6595 MHz* CB: No CBB: -146 Â°C Price: 900 â‚¬ #6: 31X2635 HWBOT Prime @ 1.90 V: 6424 MHz* CB: No CBB: -135 Â°C Price: 700 â‚¬ #19: 99X1135 HWBOT Prime @ 1.90 V: 6627 MHz* CB: No CBB: -157 Â°C Price: 1000 â‚¬ #20: 122X3172 HWBOT Prime @ 1.90 V: 6666 MHz* 5th best out of 700 CB: No CBB: -155 Â°C Price: 1200 â‚¬ #21: 124X3214 HWBOT Prime @ 1.90 V: 6666 MHz* 4th best out of 700 CB: No CBB: -163 Â°C Price: 1200 â‚¬ #22: 44X1498 HWBOT Prime @ 1.91 V: 6701 MHz* 3rd best out of 700 CB: No CBB: -165 Â°C Price: 1500 â‚¬ #18: 51X1532 HWBOT Prime @ 1.90 V: 6595 MHz* CB: No CBB: -168 Â°C Price: 950 â‚¬ #17: 86X0172 HWBOT Prime @ 1.90 V: 6596 MHz* CB: No CBB: -165 Â°C Price: 950 â‚¬ #16: 120X0705 HWBOT Prime @ 1.90 V: 6558 MHz* CB: No CBB: -168 Â°C Price: 900 â‚¬ #14: 121X1098 HWBOT Prime @ 1.90 V: 6523 MHz* CB: No CBB: -168 Â°C Price: 850 â‚¬ #13: 52X1766 HWBOT Prime @ 1.90 V: 6528 MHz* CB: No CBB: -167 Â°C Price: 850 â‚¬ #15: 105X3190 HWBOT Prime @ 1.90 V: 6523 MHz* CB: No CBB: -173 Â°C Price: 875 â‚¬ *OC-Results may vary from what we achieved. Mainboard, memory, cooling and configuration have a significant influence on the overclocking resuts and also the temperature behavior. Edited October 2, 2016 by der8auer Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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