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I have a quick question about locked Sandys, is the BCLK strictly limited by the board, or is there any chance, that the CPU makes a difference as well?
Asking because I'm kinda lazy and someone might know that and can save me the time to bin my 120 i3s
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120 pc's ? Omg...


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I wanted to buy some more 775 Chips and there were a bunch of sandy/ivy i3s and i5s in the box as well... i guess there could be a worse suprise
Here they are:

Mostly i3 2100 and 2130, but some 3220 and i5 2400 as well
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Would be a miracle if they are all alive.
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LGA chips don't die that easily... so far I have tested 34 i3 2100 (for POST only) and all were good so far, would surprise me if more than 5 are dead
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Killing a SB is an hard task!

Awesome pic, have fun with these baby's.
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not so hard with faulty MB My MSI BIG BANG killed 4 CPUs.. one really great 2600K, solid 2500K and some cheap i3s...
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The way are put on the box makes me think they will die ). The have those "pins" in the exterior,i had on one of my skt 775 cpu's falling off in the shipiing box,it was DOA.


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It sounds like you should do some testing on if cpu matters and share your results with us but I think that the core may not care so much but you may be able to bin IMCs.
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So far I can confirm, that the CPU itsef play a vital role in how far you can go with BCLK, i have tested 30 or so 2100s on my Z77 Professional and so far only 4 managed 107Mhz BCLK for POST, most top out at 106,5, some even at 106...
Binning the remaining 107MHz CPUs will be done on SS i guess, to see if they scale with temperature differently
EDIT: [MENTION=123936]yosarianilives[/MENTION] IMCs on sandy are limmited to 2133, and so far all that I had managed that... Also my board can only go up to 1,7V Vmem, so 2133 CL7 is pretty much the best I can do
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