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So here is my shopping list for you from pccasegear.com.

I like the h70 for rad thickness and push/pull fan setup.

Fast ram. It is what it is. It's worth it.

Asus z68 board. Good quality.

Earthwatts 500w. 80+ certified. I have the same one running my 2600k TC rig. Good stuff.

If you can find it elsewhere cheaper, great. That's the kit I'd do.

EDIT: If you have a bit more money for ram, do the G.Skill Ripjaws X F3-17000CL9D-8GBXM... lower latency, still 2133.
Edited by mach1 - 8/18/11 at 11:46am
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Originally Posted by gsa700 View Post
They are both doing bigadv.

2500k on linux
2600k on windows

See the picture...
Ok, are these ppd's affected by bonus points at all, or are they calculated separatly?

And what would the difference in PPD be if the 2500k was running in windows do you think?
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It is really. With a 5GHz 2500K you can get up to 50K PPD if you're lucky enough. With a 5GHz 2600K you can up to 80K PPD IIRC. It is a big difference to me. Thing is, you need to run 6903 units to get this, and folding them for 4 days straight.

EDIT: 2500K SMP in windows get's you about 20-25K PPD, at 5GHz.
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Most of the time though, a 2500k would be like 32K PPD (Assuming 5GHz) and a 2600k would be 46K (Assuming 4.5GHz). (6900/2684)
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I would appreciate it if only people know what they are saying post here.
Everyone knows what they are saying; some are right.
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It is really. With a 5GHz 2500K you can get up to 50K PPD if you're lucky enough. With a 5GHz 2600K you can up to 80K PPD IIRC. It is a big difference to me. Thing is, you need to run 6903 units to get this, and folding them for 4 days straight.
I'll give them big bigadvs a try real soon...
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But which ones are right?
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post #78 of 101
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Here you go a 2133MHz kit for under 60$
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820231449

I would definitely buy a Z68+2600K instead of 2500K+P67+GPU. For about the same money you can get up to 70K PPD if crunching 6903/04s in native Linux, It's a no brainer to me.

RAM speed does make a difference, and That Eco kit may not do 2133MHz 9-11-9 at 1.6V, or if it does, you may end up loosing WUs if it gets a little unstable. buy a faster RAM kit at stock.
That Ram was posted earlier in the thread, and unfortunately is not available in Australia.

The build needs to be a 2500k to fill a vacancy in a current folding team, plus i have my current 2500k which i want to push to the limit and the new one i purchase is going in my sigrig for a 4.5ghz overclock.

Im aware not all ram kits are equal, but those ECO's were OC'd by a fellow forum member, so im willing to give them a shot, even if i have to use more voltage and slacker timings then him, i should be able to get a stable 2133.

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My ECOs can run at 2133MHz 9-10-9-27 @ 1.55v, so you can OC them quite good.
And on the debate about the 2600k verse 2500k, im still undecided, i could get the 2600k and use it in my sig rig for a 4.5ghz OC (air) and in windows, i might be able to match my 24/7 folding rig in ppd if they both fold bigadv's... am i on the right track?

Edit to add:
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For a 2500k/2600k bigadv rig a good 400 watts 80plus ps will be more than enough. It does not use more than 250/300 watts while folding. How do I know? Cause I used a killawatt on all my rigs to calculate power usage.
Would this Thermaltake 450w litepower do the trick?
Edited by Ishinomori - 8/18/11 at 12:01pm
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No response to my last post?
http://www.overclock.net/overclock-n...l#post14630499

I understand on wanting to oc ram, but if you mess around with it for folding, it might just be headaches. It really is best to buy fast ram to begin with.
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Everyone knows what they are saying; some are right.
Youz trowlin'
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