Intel I7 920 Batch Numbers, who has got the golden ticket?!

pluke the 2

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Does anyone own an Intel I7 920 D0 w/ 3931A324 Batch Number or 3939B078??


Any input on these CPU's, anyone running them!? ANYONE?!!
 

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Some batch numbers are better overclockers.
Although I do kind of agree, because you can't order a specific batch anyway?
 

pluke the 2

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because those numbers are great over clockers. well specifically, 3939B078, you can overclock this one on stock air cooling all the way to 4gh'z and lowering the voltage.
 

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Well I forgot my CPU batch number, but I overclocked to 3.7Ghz with only 1.1125 on the vCore.. Does that count? :p
 
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I just got my I7 920 whit bach no: 3939B078.
It overclocks!!!!
I got mine to 4300 MHz, on air(Noctua). A friend got his (I7 920 batch AXXXX)3939 to over 4400 MHz with water cooling. I havnt had time to tested it more than 2 hours with Prime, but its seems rocksteady.
My cpu got 78 degree celsius on prime, but i think with some twicking i will cool it down:)
 

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I own the 3939B078 and I got it stable to 4.1GHz @ 1.192 V Stable w/ idles @ 37's, and Loads @ 52's and under.
 

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:eek: holy shiht
 

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What about at stock speed?

My i7 can run Prime95 fine at stock speeds with .95v
...I can't OC at all cuz I haven't found the right settings for my RAM though...
 

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Lol, well. Funny story is that I never tried under volting untill I got to 4.1 GHZ and figured it was stable, so I'd start driving it down from there. I'd hate to bring it all back to stock and try it though. But at least the profile is saved, so I may.
 

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