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post #31 of 47
Too slow...good for a server though.
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Nice find... way too expensive though. If I wanted to spend that much I could snag up a pair of hex xeons and run an SR2.
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Or buy two of those and put them in an SR-X.
    
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Or buy two of those and put them in an SR-X.

That is just a little outside of my price range.... although I would like to know how it would fold.
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That is just a little outside of my price range.... although I would like to know how it would fold.

Like a banshee.
    
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Hope Microcenter carries them with a sweet bundle deal or special discount like the 2500k/2600k they carry thumb.gif
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So many misinformed LGA1155 users.
Because even with a NF200 on a motherboard, your CPU is still limited to 16 lanes. All NF200 does add PCI-e lanes to the motherboard but not the CPU.

Not uninformed. What I was saying is that unless you are spending tons of money for 4gpus or other expensive pcie cards, then you don't need more than 16 lanes. And in that case you would just buy the 3930k because money isn't an issue.
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Not uninformed. What I was saying is that unless you are spending tons of money for 4gpus or other expensive pcie cards, then you don't need more than 16 lanes. And in that case you would just buy the 3930k because money isn't an issue.

You don't need alot of things right now but I am more frugal than to keep upgrading every 6 months for something that I didn't "need" 6 months ago. That is like saying your wife is pregnant and not due for 6 months and the miata is 200.00 cheaper than a 4 door accord but your going to go ahead and buy it now for your daily driver because that is all you "need" right now.
post #39 of 47
Just because someone has 4 gpu's doesn't mean that "money doesn't matter" I have 2 5870's and am hoping to keep them in my rig and get a 7970 as well. I plan on running them together for BOINC. I also don't have alot of money, just things acquired over time.
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Looks like these still haven't hit newegg yet, I read somewhere it would be the 21st.
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