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2600 & 2700 "aiugb's" at Newegg

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xgman

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Just got a 2700 aiugb week 43 and 2600 aiugb week 44 form Newegg.

the aiugb 2700 (pink core) week 43 wpbw and the 2600 (blue core) aiugb week 44 spdw from Newegg. I'll try the 2700 tonight.

Is there any know difference between pink and blue cores?
 
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just slk-800. My old stepping 2700 only made it up to just under 2400 mhz at 1.85v, so I hope this new one does better.
 
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I spent all night customizing and organizing my case, so I just now popped the new 2700 in, skipped default alltogether, like any sellf respecting overclocker should, and set it to 197x12 (2375) at 1.85v for starters, which is about where the older stepping 2700 topped out. I haven't tried anything else yet. It runs cooler than the older 2700 and obiously went right into windows without any fuss. I don't know where it will top out because I want to let it burn in for a few hours and then I'll push it to see what is it's limit on air later.