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The server is being retired in June when we ship an assembly line back up from Tijuana, so it's a ways off. It is however 10 Dell poweredge 1955's with dual XEON E5345 in each blade. It's being used as a 10 times redundant server for a lights-out assembly line.
Not worth the 4k unless all 20 CPUs could fold one instance of F@H. I have a 2p E5506 that nets 15k ppd PEAK, usually closer to the 8k ppd avg.
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I agree! Buying used can save you a crazy amount of money, and I know it'd be possible to get it for under 1500 euro. Sounds like you have access to some awesome deals biggrin.gif
(e.g. that board for 300 would be sweet, couldn't find mine used)

A curse and a blessing at the same time redface.gif
I know a lot of people who deal with multi-cpu systems frequently, so I can source decent deals for parts. It's a shame that I'm a student with no notable incomes. But on the other hand, it may be a good thing I don't have any cash: who knows how many rigs I'd have running if I could buy these things biggrin.gif
Might still be cheaper to buy used from US ebay for example and ship the stuff here... Dunno biggrin.gif
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G34 Builds ~$1000 Budget (Click to show)
Part List:
2x AMD MC 6128 8 Core Processors - $100 each - eBay
Supermicro H8DGU - $350 or TYAN S8236GM3NR - $450
RAM - 2 Sets of these - $60 each
Cooling - 2xCM 212+s - $30 each These will for sure be mountable on the SuperMicro board, I need to do further research on the Tyan Board.
PSU - Anything above a 650W will be good. ~$150
Throw in an old HDD you have laying around and you're good to go.
Total: $880-$980, not including shipping.
This section still needs some more work as I haven't done a whole lot of research on 2P boards myself.
~$1500 Budget (Click to show)
Part List::
4x AMD MC 6128 8 Core Processors - $100 each - eBay
/Supermicro H8QGL-IF - $640
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PSU - Again your choice, just get a quality brand, I would recommend at least 850W. 1200W if you want to have the most efficiency possible.
HDD - Same thing, anything you have laying around works.
Total: $1400+PSU, not including shipping
Probably going to be a little bit above $1500, but for that budget this is the best you can build, it'd be worth it to stretch it another $100 wink.gif
~$2000 Budget (Click to show)
Part List:
Now here is where it gets a little awkward because it's between a 4p 6174 board and a 4p 6128 board. But it's right in the middle... Probably your best option is to take the $1500 build, and switch out 4 6128s for 2 6174s. You aren't going to get as much PPD, but this leaves great opportunities to expand to a full on 4p 6174 system as money becomes available.
Will work on other options for this build later tongue.gif
~$3000 Budget (Click to show)
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4x AMD MC 6174 12 Core Processors - $450-$470each - eBay
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PSU - Again your choice, just get a quality brand, I would recommend at least 850W. 1200W if you want to have the most efficiency possible.
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Total: $2800+PSU
>$3000 budget (Click to show)
Part List:
4x AMD IL 6274 16 Core Processors - $550-$570each - eBay
/Supermicro H8QGL-IF - $640
RAM - 4 Sets of these - $60 each
Cooling - 4xCM 212+s - $30 each
PSU - Again your choice, just get a quality brand, I would recommend at least 850W. 1200W if you want to have the most efficiency possible.
HDD - Same thing, anything you have laying around works.
Total: $3200+PSU

he said the guide was outdated, im guessing he updated it? if not this is old data, he confirmed.
     
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I don't think the prices have changed that much.
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What about using a quad socket F board? Way cheaper assuming ECC DDR2 is still cheap.

I wouldn't mind having a 4p rig that could also game... have all but 2 of the cores folding and leave the GPU and two cores open for actual use of the "desktop."
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What about using a quad socket F board? Way cheaper assuming ECC DDR2 is still cheap.
I wouldn't mind having a 4p rig that could also game... have all but 2 of the cores folding and leave the GPU and two cores open for actual use of the "desktop."

close to probably what i would do, 2p on folding and the rest on minecraft server.
     
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You are looking for an SR-2 or SR-X then. thumb.gif
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You are looking for an SR-2 or SR-X then. thumb.gif
Waaaay too pricey compared to the quad socket F systems.
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You are looking for an SR-2 or SR-X then. thumb.gif

me? hell no. a SR2 is being sold for $300 on marketplace, and im guessing the CPU's are expensive. also i doubt if they are better for what you pay. also, dad's workplace has a kick ass server, 3xDell Poweredge's being racked, and afaik they have hexacore 1366 xeons in them, hopefully 2. i might get one of those when he's upgrading, wish i get all them biggrin.gif
     
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I approve of the chatter in here thumb.gif
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Yeah that board supports both MC & IL.
6128s are going for $150 now on US eBay. I'm sure one of your fellow folders would be willing to build you a system for cheap in the US and ship it to you smile.gif
I think a 4P 6128 system can be had for $1500 USD if you shop around smartly.

if there are 2 people, i would like that biggrin.gif but i wouldn't get a new rig then sad-smiley-002.gif

I'm always willing to help people spend their money buy folding rigs.
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I've now started pricing out single and dual-socket G34 systems...

Derick, do you use the 8-core or 12-core processors, and which chipset would you recommend for each?

Also, price and power wise, how does G34 compare to Intel's server offering?

I'm using 12 core, and as PR has stated don't go G34 unless you plan on doing 4P. 1P & 2P Intel is king.

I think AMD's chips are slightly less power sucking.
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I've now started pricing out single and dual-socket G34 systems...

Derick, do you use the 8-core or 12-core processors, and which chipset would you recommend for each?

Also, price and power wise, how does G34 compare to Intel's server offering?

If you're looking at single and dual socket systems then Intel wins performance wise.
Should be helpful http://www.anandtech.com/show/5553/the-xeon-e52600-dual-sandybridge-for-servers/10 , tho for the price of a single/dual socket Intel, you could build a dual/quad G34 which would perform better, depending on what you're using it for.

The nice thing about dual Intel 2P setups, like my SR-2, is it can be a decently good folder while also working for all my other needs.
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I've now started pricing out single and dual-socket G34 systems...
Derick, do you use the 8-core or 12-core processors, and which chipset would you recommend for each?
Also, price and power wise, how does G34 compare to Intel's server offering?

can you post prices here? i do want a folding farm. not JUST because of 2p/4P, but also because of the lotsa PPD you can get.

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~$1000 Budget (Click to show)
Part List:

2x AMD MC 6128 8 Core Processors - $100 each - eBay

Supermicro H8DGU - $350 or TYAN S8236GM3NR - $450

RAM - 2 Sets of these - $60 each

Cooling - 2xCM 212+s - $30 each These will for sure be mountable on the SuperMicro board, I need to do further research on the Tyan Board.

PSU - Anything above a 650W will be good. ~$150

Throw in an old HDD you have laying around and you're good to go.

Total: $880-$980, not including shipping.

This section still needs some more work as I haven't done a whole lot of research on 2P boards myself.

~$1500 Budget (Click to show)
Part List::

4x AMD MC 6128 8 Core Processors - $100 each - eBay

/Supermicro H8QGL-IF - $640

RAM - 4 Sets of these - $60 each

Cooling - 4xCM 212+s - $30 each

PSU - Again your choice, just get a quality brand, I would recommend at least 850W. 1200W if you want to have the most efficiency possible.

HDD - Same thing, anything you have laying around works.

Total: $1400+PSU, not including shipping

Probably going to be a little bit above $1500, but for that budget this is the best you can build, it'd be worth it to stretch it another $100 wink.gif

~$2000 Budget (Click to show)
Part List:

Now here is where it gets a little awkward because it's between a 4p 6174 board and a 4p 6128 board. But it's right in the middle... Probably your best option is to take the $1500 build, and switch out 4 6128s for 2 6174s. You aren't going to get as much PPD, but this leaves great opportunities to expand to a full on 4p 6174 system as money becomes available.

Will work on other options for this build later tongue.gif

~$3000 Budget (Click to show)
Part List:

4x AMD MC 6174 12 Core Processors - $450-$470each - eBay

/Supermicro H8QGL-IF - $640

RAM - 4 Sets of these - $60 each

Cooling - 4xCM 212+s - $30 each

PSU - Again your choice, just get a quality brand, I would recommend at least 850W. 1200W if you want to have the most efficiency possible.

HDD - Same thing, anything you have laying around works.

Total: $2800+PSU

>$3000 budget (Click to show)
Part List:

4x AMD IL 6274 16 Core Processors - $550-$570each - eBay

/Supermicro H8QGL-IF - $640

RAM - 4 Sets of these - $60 each

Cooling - 4xCM 212+s - $30 each

PSU - Again your choice, just get a quality brand, I would recommend at least 850W. 1200W if you want to have the most efficiency possible.

HDD - Same thing, anything you have laying around works.

Total: $3200+PSU

^this rolleyes.gif
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Originally Posted by Jeppzer View Post

G34 Builds ~$1000 Budget (Click to show)
Part List:
2x AMD MC 6128 8 Core Processors - $100 each - eBay
Supermicro H8DGU - $350 or TYAN S8236GM3NR - $450
RAM - 2 Sets of these - $60 each
Cooling - 2xCM 212+s - $30 each These will for sure be mountable on the SuperMicro board, I need to do further research on the Tyan Board.
PSU - Anything above a 650W will be good. ~$150
Throw in an old HDD you have laying around and you're good to go.
Total: $880-$980, not including shipping.
This section still needs some more work as I haven't done a whole lot of research on 2P boards myself.
~$1500 Budget (Click to show)
Part List::
4x AMD MC 6128 8 Core Processors - $100 each - eBay
/Supermicro H8QGL-IF - $640
RAM - 4 Sets of these - $60 each
Cooling - 4xCM 212+s - $30 each
PSU - Again your choice, just get a quality brand, I would recommend at least 850W. 1200W if you want to have the most efficiency possible.
HDD - Same thing, anything you have laying around works.
Total: $1400+PSU, not including shipping
Probably going to be a little bit above $1500, but for that budget this is the best you can build, it'd be worth it to stretch it another $100 wink.gif
~$2000 Budget (Click to show)
Part List:
Now here is where it gets a little awkward because it's between a 4p 6174 board and a 4p 6128 board. But it's right in the middle... Probably your best option is to take the $1500 build, and switch out 4 6128s for 2 6174s. You aren't going to get as much PPD, but this leaves great opportunities to expand to a full on 4p 6174 system as money becomes available.
Will work on other options for this build later tongue.gif
~$3000 Budget (Click to show)
Part List:
4x AMD MC 6174 12 Core Processors - $450-$470each - eBay
/Supermicro H8QGL-IF - $640
RAM - 4 Sets of these - $60 each
Cooling - 4xCM 212+s - $30 each
PSU - Again your choice, just get a quality brand, I would recommend at least 850W. 1200W if you want to have the most efficiency possible.
HDD - Same thing, anything you have laying around works.
Total: $2800+PSU
>$3000 budget (Click to show)
Part List:
4x AMD IL 6274 16 Core Processors - $550-$570each - eBay
/Supermicro H8QGL-IF - $640
RAM - 4 Sets of these - $60 each
Cooling - 4xCM 212+s - $30 each
PSU - Again your choice, just get a quality brand, I would recommend at least 850W. 1200W if you want to have the most efficiency possible.
HDD - Same thing, anything you have laying around works.
Total: $3200+PSU

he said the guide was outdated, im guessing he updated it? if not this is old data, he confirmed.

It's not that outdated, just the RAM and prices ever so slightly.
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What about using a quad socket F board? Way cheaper assuming ECC DDR2 is still cheap.

I wouldn't mind having a 4p rig that could also game... have all but 2 of the cores folding and leave the GPU and two cores open for actual use of the "desktop."

Ehhh. You could get an 8P socket F like someone over at [H] did biggrin.gif consumes a helluva a lot of power but gets as much PPD as much my rig.
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Originally Posted by barkinos98 View Post

Quote:
Originally Posted by Jeppzer View Post

You are looking for an SR-2 or SR-X then. thumb.gif

me? hell no. a SR2 is being sold for $300 on marketplace, and im guessing the CPU's are expensive. also i doubt if they are better for what you pay. also, dad's workplace has a kick ass server, 3xDell Poweredge's being racked, and afaik they have hexacore 1366 xeons in them, hopefully 2. i might get one of those when he's upgrading, wish i get all them biggrin.gif

Paid about $1500 for my sr-2 board/chips/ram. Works good biggrin.gif



To be actually on topic. MIPS wrote me this morning and told me my package from them is, back with them lol. Which I'd rather hear compared to it being lost in the DHL ravine. Hopefully they can get it shipped out to me via UPS asap. biggrin.gif
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