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(Solved) - *WIERD* CPU Stamp? Please take a look

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  • Started 2 years ago by 1stcowgirl
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1stcowgirl
Posts: 8

so i wanned to install anew cpu fan and i thought that in the same oportunity ill check the cpu batch number
NOW THATS WHAT I FOUND:

this is i5-2500k

Please tell me what is this & why its like that?
is it normal?
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im going to leave it on and place the cpu back

Posted 2 years ago
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germ-x
germ-x
Posts: 5310

Hi 1stcowgirl,
If your i5-2500k looks like this then it is an i5-2500k. You can click on each photo to zoom in for a better look.
http://www.overclockersclub.co.....ei5_2500k/

Posted 2 years ago
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1stcowgirl
Posts: 8

thANK you for your comment.
yes it looks like this.
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i was wondering about that lable AEM1023, what is it and how it got there?
this cpu is not new!
it was working great for 8 months, and just cause i wanned to replace the fan, i found out about this lable.
(sorry for bad en)

Posted 2 years ago
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Xhi
Xhi
Posts: 6298

Probably just a factory picking label. With the bar code so it can be scanned to insure the right part is being used.

Personally I might be afraid that the little resistors under the sticker might be disturbed by messing with the sticker.

Posted 2 years ago
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1stcowgirl
Posts: 8

Question:
whats the most important part of the cpu?
is it the one in the middle or the one on the sides?

Posted 2 years ago
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1stcowgirl
Posts: 8

Just got the answer:
its the importer labling method.
it usualy get stick on CPU TRAYS .
tray Serial Number idetification

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