That would be the King James AV 1611.
I have studied this for many years and all the other Bibles are leaning to the Unitarian side of the Alexandrian manuscripts and beliefs of the Gnostics, that have been around in manuscript form, since the 3rd century. Its basically changing the word of God to fit the Mystery Religions of the world (ie - the Occult).
Some scholars talk about the "originals" and you'll see a lot of churches say that they "believe" that only the originals were "inspired" but they don't know what inspired means. Inspired is when is was spoken so the originals had nothing to do with the inspiration since they were written down - even the penned words of what the prophets were saying is an act of preservation.
But then we come to the Purified part of the word of God which almost all of the What We Believe Statements leave out and, in fact, are not even aware of. Its as though they can not read or see this doctrine in the Bible ...
Ps 12:6 The words of the LORD are pure words: as silver tried in a furnace of earth, purified seven times.
7 Thou shalt keep them, O LORD, thou shalt preserve them from this generation for ever.
... but you know, the new Bibles change this. Thus, this doctrine is mostly omitted from those Gnostic Bibles. Here's the Scholar's example of this same passage.
Ps 12:6 The promises of the LORD are promises that are pure, silver refined in a furnace on the ground, purified seven times.
7 Do thou, O LORD, protect us, guard us ever from this generation.
See the difference? They've changed the words to - promises. You know why they do that? Because these scholars of "higher criticism" change God's words and when God's word says that He'll purify His word down here on earth as silver tried in a furnace - that's exactly what happened when the King James Bible came into being.
They therefore must change this passage to keep their students in the dark but, fortunately, I've never been one of their students.
If you want God's Purified Word on this earth then you'll stick with the KJV.