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Could a server board, like the KGPE-D16, be used for benching purposes, with good results? For example, in 3DMark Vantage.
Yes, but you cannot overclock any of the chips. I am just hoping that the Bulldozer specs are accurate, I dont want anymore 2.0 GHz chips.
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AM3+ is 1P only.

C32 and G34 are server boards and support 1/2 and 2/4 procs. No overclocking on server boards.

This will not change any time soon, the 2P client market is tiny and continuing to shrink.
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