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Sandy Bridge 2500K/2600K Batch and Serial Numbers


Massman

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Mine is L039B461, PCB code 0316.

 

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Results will be posted later. Still waiting for good motherboard to test...

 

EDIT: first test with glacial tech f101 and biostar tp67xe

5400 - post ok, boot os fail

5314 - boot os, got cpuz valid and crashed

5308 - super pi 1m and pifast passed

5304 - super pi 32m, aquamark3, 3damrk01-03-05 passed

5236 - wprime 32m passed - limited by air cooling

5138 - 3dmark06 passed - limited by air cooling

max stable bclk = 105 mhz

next time will test it with cold water and asus maximus iv extreme

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following the rules:

2500K - L051A872-2452 - could POST 100x56 on air with an ASRock P67 Pro3

 

but if you want to spot a trend between "numbers" and overclockability (if there is some, of course) you should be looking at the highlighted numbers from the ATPO, at least with cedarmills they tell a lot more than the last 4 digits you're asking people here...

from what I found locally, "043" means the actual date of silicon production (for example E8600 with "823" are good no matter the batch)

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following the rules:

2500K - L051A872-2452 - could POST 100x56 on air with an ASRock P67 Pro3

 

but if you want to spot a trend between "numbers" and overclockability (if there is some, of course) you should be looking at the highlighted numbers from the ATPO, at least with cedarmills they tell a lot more than the last 4 digits you're asking people here...

from what I found locally, "043" means the actual date of silicon production (for example E8600 with "823" are good no matter the batch)

 

sam is that post bios or boot windows?

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Got a L050A853 from microcenter yesterday.

Currently working on a 580 so no time for it yet.

Anyone else have a L050 yet?

 

Hey, can you update me how well yours OC? I saw this same batch at my local MC and if yours OC past the 50x100 (5Ghz) with lower than 1.45v than I'm going to get it. If not, and if it needs 1.50V+ to run at 5Ghz, then I will pass. Please let me know. Thanks a bunch!

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nice numbers. don't know if anyone has posted this batch # L042B208 right now @ 5ghz solid and moving up till i hit a wall. using UD5 F6d bios on air. i did have up to 5.3ghz on Sabertooth and it was steady dont know about solid....:)

 

I have that batch as well and so far it needs 1.50v+ to run at 50x100 (5Ghz) stable. Anything less then 1.50v results in BSOD. To me, 1.50v for 5Ghz is simply too high.

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