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post #441 of 1557 Old 08-07-2016, 06:12 PM
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Got my e5 2683 v3 es (14 core 28thread 2.0ghz) running in an x99-e. 15.5k passmark. 1530 cinebench. im happy.
16gb // gtx 670, gonna upgrade the card when i find a deal on kijiji since i only paid 50 for the ram and 50 for the card

one weird thing, dont listen to the book, i used last 4 slots, then post. any of the weird configs they show in the book dont post.
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dont try XMP on memory no post, atleast on my kingston chips. they run nice at 2133 tho, cl13

system is very stable, im going to hackintosh it now and then the single thread performance sucks balls on this comp but i didnt buy it for that. this is a video editing machine which vegas premiere they both use when rendering and creating videos.
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post #442 of 1557 Old 08-08-2016, 01:54 AM - Thread Starter
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Thanks for the reports!

I can't wait to get my hands dirty with these chips smile.gif
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found a cheap 780ti to replace the gtx670..

still running solid, is 55-61 normal operating temps. idle to full load.
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Amazon users' review for Xeon 2697 v3 >>

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Hey Guys, as far as what available on the market right now, what the best source for a unlocked 16xx v3 processor? Ebay seems to be cleaned out. Is there a newer v4 thats unlocked?
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2683 v3 is a really good bang for the buck processor. at 180$ usd Id like to have someone challenge this and show me a better price performance in the ES xeon market for x99 platform, im done trying to go back in time, i tried that with the dell t5500,, as nice as that was, it drank alot of power, and im happy to be onto a ES xeon . and ill eat my words and buy another chip and board and resell this rig if you can talk me into a better price performance scenario, im at 18k passmark on this rig and im shocked that it was so cheap. gtx780ti is much better then a gtx970 if your searching used, i paid 150$usd for mine..
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Hey Guys, as far as what available on the market right now, what the best source for a unlocked 16xx v3 processor? Ebay seems to be cleaned out. Is there a newer v4 thats unlocked?

Sounds like the 1650 v4 may be locked this time around. The 6850k is pretty close to it though.

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2683 v3 is a really good bang for the buck processor. at 180$ usd Id like to have someone challenge this and show me a better price performance in the ES xeon market for x99 platform

The only thing that even challenges is the 20 core ES (the e5 2698 V4) ... simply because they can be had for $540 and that's basically the best single processor possible without spending a ton of money on it (like 1000+ to get the 22 core Xeon, even the ES version)

two of the 20-cores would be absolutely amazing lol... and even one is still very good (around ~ 2500 in Cinebench r15)
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The only thing that even challenges is the 20 core ES (the e5 2698 V4) ... simply because they can be had for $540 and that's basically the best single processor possible without spending a ton of money on it (like 1000+ to get the 22 core Xeon, even the ES version)

two of the 20-cores would be absolutely amazing lol... and even one is still very good (around ~ 2500 in Cinebench r15)

yup, thats what I need in my life.. 20 cores of yes please.. never mind two of them. And to think I'm very happy with my 5820K.

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The only thing that even challenges is the 20 core ES (the e5 2698 V4) ... simply because they can be had for $540 and that's basically the best single processor possible without spending a ton of money on it (like 1000+ to get the 22 core Xeon, even the ES version)

two of the 20-cores would be absolutely amazing lol... and even one is still very good (around ~ 2500 in Cinebench r15)

Single thread performance looks pretty decent as well due to the 3.6ghz turbo, about equaling a stock 3770k.

I may end up with something like that in my rig eventually. Depends how things pan out I guess, would rather avoid ES chips if possible.

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