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Thanks!the chart helps a lot smile.gif
I confirm no problems at all with 5404 and 2x qb7r
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Z9PE-D8WSCompatibility.pdf 73k .pdf file  

 

Here's a PDF in case you can't read it :p

 

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Yes, QB7R are pretty much retail E5-2687W. You should however make sure 5404 works with the other peripherals. Asus is known to brick things in the process (think storage, VGA etc.). I have no data on that.


Edited by TheBlademaster01 - 4/5/14 at 9:02am
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Phxtriode,

Iff you're getting dual H80i's, you may need to pick up some nzxt usb expanders....I never got mine to work via the corsair link garbage reliably unless they were hooked up to internal usb headers
(tried hooking to external usb, no dice). The board doesn't have enough internal usb 2 headers....ended up getting two http://www.nzxt.com/product/detail/99-iu01-usb-expansion-case-accessory...genius bit of kit...thumb.gif

The fans on the h80i's are friggin' noisy, prbly worth replacing with noctuas....on the other hand, my temps even with fans at very low never go above 50c, at which speed they are bearable (but not silent!). Even running everest or prime95, it's enough to have them on a medium setting, my e5-2665's never go above 60c. Your xeons may run hotter of course...
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Upgrade advice needed....on e5-2665 B0 QA8X stepping, considering upgrading to B1 E5-2695 v2 or E5-2697 v2 (on Taobao for around a grand). Will I need to move to ECC memory for that upgrade, and what are the limitations regarding BIOS? Looks like someone even managed to OC some 2697's (not too many details, can't find link...top cinebench 11.5 scores, had around 34 with bclk of 104? and multiplier of 34? iff I remember)...no mention of stepping. Even a score of 32 is a huge leap from my current scores of 17.8. Will be doing a lot of rendering this autumn, taking 3d courses.

Sorry! Too pressed for time to search the forums this time around....deadlines...rolleyes.gif May your cpu's stay frosty....

Edit: never mind, thanks to Blademaster and his chart all is revealed....
Edited by squidman - 4/7/14 at 5:23am
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Phxtriode,

Iff you're getting dual H80i's, you may need to pick up some nzxt usb expanders....I never got mine to work via the corsair link garbage reliably unless they were hooked up to internal usb headers
(tried hooking to external usb, no dice). The board doesn't have enough internal usb 2 headers....ended up getting two http://www.nzxt.com/product/detail/99-iu01-usb-expansion-case-accessory...genius bit of kit...thumb.gif

The fans on the h80i's are friggin' noisy, prbly worth replacing with noctuas....on the other hand, my temps even with fans at very low never go above 50c, at which speed they are bearable (but not silent!). Even running everest or prime95, it's enough to have them on a medium setting, my e5-2665's never go above 60c. Your xeons may run hotter of course...

Hi have also 2x corsair h80i: firstly I connected them to the internal usb header, but that was not very good as I couldn't have usb type A ports in the front of the case; so I bought from amazon 2x usb cables with 90 degree mini usb and I coneected them to type A ports at the back of the case.
No problem at all with corsair link for both solutions.

Also with 100% cpus usage (2x qb7r, 150W tpd each) running scientific calculations, with all 4 fans at maximum speed I never go above 50 ˚C - 55 ˚C.
Edited by 82ghost82 - 4/7/14 at 7:52am
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How about noise at full speed?
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This is my RIG after months of hardware changes. I already installed 8 RAM modules (not show in pictures) but I may need to change them. I don't need ECC and I would like to know what kind of memory you would suggest (total 32 or 64 gigs, I am checking RAM usage with some simulation softwares and I may not need 64).

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Upgrade advice needed....on e5-2665 B0 QA8X stepping, considering upgrading to B1 E5-2695 v2 or E5-2697 v2 (on Taobao for around a grand). Will I need to move to ECC memory for that upgrade, and what are the limitations regarding BIOS? Looks like someone even managed to OC some 2697's (not too many details, can't find link...top cinebench 11.5 scores, had around 34 with bclk of 104? and multiplier of 34? iff I remember)...no mention of stepping. Even a score of 32 is a huge leap from my current scores of 17.8. Will be doing a lot of rendering this autumn, taking 3d courses.

Sorry! Too pressed for time to search the forums this time around....deadlines...rolleyes.gif May your cpu's stay frosty....

Edit: never mind, thanks to Blademaster and his chart all is revealed....

You can't do 34, i tried all bios and max for 2697v2 is 30, however, i managed to 110
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I recently built my computer on the CPU E5-2697 V2.
So far, there is one CPU, as it will be more money to buy an other.
At the beginning of the computer run poorly, there were considerable delays.
After I set up the BIOS and now it is OK
Include photos of the BIOS may be useful to someone.
If anyone has an idea of the setting, would like to use.





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How about noise at full speed?

It's very very noisy, but for me it's not a problem as the workstation is in another room and when it calculates also at night I don't hear the noise.
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