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What's the difference with the xeons compared to the normal ones anyways?
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The Xeon E5-2620 looks promising, most likely my next chip if the multi isn't too low.

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What's the difference with the xeons compared to the normal ones anyways?
Well for starters they are usually batched better, also some models have dual qpi links which allows you to use them in dual socket configurations ect..
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(...) It lists them as having two qpi links.
i hope (but i don't believe) youre right
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Dang Q1 2012? I was thinking these would launch at the same time as SB-E (correct me if I'm wrong but aren't these just the Sandy Bridge-E server chips) and was hoping to get one for a new work PC next month. Maybe I'll get lucky and X79 and the consumer-grade SB-E chips will somehow support ECC RAM.
Romley platform will launch Q1 hopefully. There have been rumors the release SNB-E for HEDT (3930k, 3960x etc) will ship without hardware virtualization support. This is crucial for a CPU oriented towards server/workstations and also for people who need hardware virtualization support for personal needs.
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what about these?
Xeon E5-1620 4 3.6 GHz - 10 MB cache 130 W LGA 2011 DMI 2.0 Dec 2011 $294
Xeon E5-1650 6 3.2 GHz - 12 MB cache 130 W LGA 2011 DMI 2.0 Dec 2011 $583
Xeon E5-1660 6 3.3 GHz - 15 MB cache 130 W LGA 2011 DMI 2.0 Dec 2011 $1080

i was hoping for sr-3 with 2x E5-1650
Seems the ES-1XXX are only for single chip use.

I could be wrong.

http://www.cpu-world.com/CPUs/Xeon/I...20E5-1650.html
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Seems the ES-1XXX are only for single chip use.

I could be wrong.

http://www.cpu-world.com/CPUs/Xeon/I...20E5-1650.html
I think with Xeons 1XXX is single-socket and 3XXX is dual-socket.
post #27 of 60
These are list prices.

Here's a tip: Find a platinum Intel reseller and plead your case for the best possible cost. Don't hit me up though, I cannot sell these to individuals.

I can't show you my cost sheet, but it is way below what you see posted...
(there are also some price cuts coming to other models soon...)
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For a high school student like me.. kinda is For that price, you could get decent cooling and other minor tuning stuff.
I was in HS when Clinton was in office
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Yeah, after all the initial price shock, I think the 6 cores seem reasonable and not too much more than the current 1366 prices. Granted 6 cores isn't the high end anymore but from 6-8 is quite a jump. Never spent $1K on a processor before but I suppose the only advantage would be to only buy one at get-go and add another to an SR-3 rig later. Aside from slightly higher clockspeed though and more cache, it just seems to make more sense to stick to the sweet spot.

Oh and yeah, while others with higher #'d CPUs can get past 4.0 on an SR-2, for us with E5620s, ~3.6 is the sweet spot it seems. I can run 197x18 to 200x18 fairly well but not guaranteed stable. 200+ I've had running and even at 210 it's bootable stable but won't pass any hardware tests (IBT). This 190x18 (19 turbo always on so it equates to 3.6 Ghz) has had uptimes for a week or two at at time loaded 24/7 so that's stable for me.

Hopefully those 8 cores will be a little cheaper come launch but even if not, dual 6 cores isn't "bad"! EVGA said the SR-3 would come out about a month after mainstream X79 release so going to guess right about Christmas time.

Depending just how much headroom these have in them, the 2620 or 2630 look very reasonable.

The 2637 and 2643 have such premiums due to their fairly high stock frequency.
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The Xeon E5-2620 looks promising, most likely my next chip if the multi isn't too low.



Well for starters they are usually batched better, also some models have dual qpi links which allows you to use them in dual socket configurations ect..
Pretty sure you can find the multi by simply dividing the GHz by 100 since that's the SB-E base clock.
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