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Surprised it's so low, the msi X79 boards were able to hit some pretty high bclks (http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/showthread.php?278162-3930K-5.04G-168bclk-the-OC-beast-MSI-Big-Bang-XPower-II), and +/-25% is more typical for an easy x79 bclk overclock.
Is this a function of the chip or the different chipset or the dual QPI links or the board design? I.E. Could you overclock a e5-2690 better on an x79 board?

I believe the gear ratios are locked on Xeon as well, so the 1.67 used in that thread isn't available. There's a difference in gear ratios and bclk, changing the gear ratios doesn't affect everything on the board that uses the bus like changing the bclk would.
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33% more cores + ~15% core architecture boost. I.E. You'd have to run your SR2 hex cores clocks at 50% faster than the clock speed of the xeons you buy. So an SR2 with 2xE5645 with 200BCLk (3.6GHz) is about the same as an SRX with a 2.4GHz 8 core sb-e xeon at least for multithreaded stuff. Likewise an SR2 with x5690s at 4.5GHz would be roughly equivalent to a dual 3GHz 8 core sb-e xeon.
Doesn't seem worth it for SR2 owners to upgrade to be honest. If I were evga I'd be pretty mad at Intel for limiting the overclocking.

Not really worth it to upgrade maybe a year or so from now if intel releases some more xeons chips that will be better then maybe then it will be worth upgrading now though not really worth it.
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SR-X does offer better performance per watt than an overclocked SR-2, so would certainly be a better choice for folding.
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SR-X does offer better performance per watt than an overclocked SR-2, so would certainly be a better choice for folding.

True - but a quad magnycours board is a better choice for folding both for ppd, initial price and ppd/watt though. Ivy might outclass it on those fronts too.

Given the CPUs I can't imagine sales of this are going to be high enough to recoup the R&D costs frown.gif
     
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C606 = Patsburg-D. Perfect. Strange, though, that the SAS ports are rated at 3Gbps and not 6...

That has to be a typo. Please god, be a typo.
    
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(e.g. cancelling IB-E)

Say what??... Have they canceled the IB-E cpu's? What about the IB-EP?
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SR-X does offer better performance per watt than an overclocked SR-2, so would certainly be a better choice for folding.

When did you become an EVGA rep anyways, when did this happen?

I am seriously tempted to get the small community Im in in St. Catharines to pool our cash, build a 2p 8gpu (4 590s) perma folder on this, just to see.
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Say what??... Have they canceled the IB-E cpu's? What about the IB-EP?

I'd read it somewhere - can't seem to find it anymore though. They were saying Intel didn't sell enough of sb-e to consider going through with ib-e particularly as bulldozer didn't pan out. However it makes no sense as 3930k's were in such short supply, so sales couldn't have been high but not through lack of demand.

We'll see - I hope it's wrong. I also hope Intel stop holding back on the good stuff wink.gif I'd like a 10 core IB-E fully unlocked wink.gif
     
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When did you become an EVGA rep anyways, when did this happen?
I am seriously tempted to get the small community Im in in St. Catharines to pool our cash, build a 2p 8gpu (4 590s) perma folder on this, just to see.

Phaedrus got hired by EVGA recently.
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When did you become an EVGA rep anyways, when did this happen?
I am seriously tempted to get the small community Im in in St. Catharines to pool our cash, build a 2p 8gpu (4 590s) perma folder on this, just to see.

Save your money and buy g34 rig(s) for dedicated folding rigs.
     
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