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board should fit into the Rosewill BLACKHAWK or a corsair 800d i installed a TYAN S4881G2NR in a 800D with out any issues a few years ago when the 800D just came out works great just have to remove the top fans id say go with a rosewill blackhawk they have way better cooling smile.gif
Edited by ozlay - 5/30/13 at 8:26pm
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Please tell me you are going to turn this into a build log too... I gotta see this...
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Only the H8QGL and H8QGi boards with a modified BIOS and only with 61xx chips. You'll need a bit of cooling to do it. VRMs get pretty hot... You can get a little bit of a OC out of the 62xx and 63xx, but not like the 61xx with the [H] BIOS

I will grab amd opteron 6174 then... and h8qgl or h8qgi for OC!
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what do you guys think about this motherboard?

ASUS KGPE-D16 SSI EEB Server Motherboard Dual Socket G34 AMD SR5690 DDR3 1600/1333/1066/800

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813131643

I know it's damn expensive, but maybe it's good for beginner? I only plan to use VMware and maybe do my very first dedicated gaming server.
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what do you guys think about this motherboard?

ASUS KGPE-D16 SSI EEB Server Motherboard Dual Socket G34 AMD SR5690 DDR3 1600/1333/1066/800

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813131643

I know it's damn expensive, but maybe it's good for beginner? I only plan to use VMware and maybe do my very first dedicated gaming server.
I'm not sure if you'll be able to use TPC to do any overclocking. There isn't any overclocking in that BIOS.
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I'm not sure if you'll be able to use TPC to do any overclocking. There isn't any overclocking in that BIOS.

so If I don't overclock, it would be slower than my i7 920 4ghz for gaming? What about dual amd 6174?
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so If I don't overclock, it would be slower than my i7 920 4ghz for gaming? What about dual amd 6174?
You don't need that much processor for gaming. It should play whatever fine. There aren't going to be many (if any) games that can take advantage of that many cores as well
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so If I don't overclock, it would be slower than my i7 920 4ghz for gaming? What about dual amd 6174?
I've been doing a bit of reading myself so don't quote me but I think I have it down! Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Sever Processors:
-More reliable computing
-Much lower power consumption
-Support ECC memory
-Should be faster at most threaded applications (stock for stock)
-Basically engineered to run 24/7 without issues and with extreme efficiency.. Like a Toyota Prius.
Desktop Processors:
-Some come unlocked
-Higher performance
-Faster in single thread applications
-Faster response times
-Engineered to push limits in benchmarking and gaming, but it may crash every now and then due to electrical interference.. Like a Ford GT (could of said Corvette or Viper but I'm a Ford guy).
Server processors aren't faster than the comparable desktop counterparts, but they are much more stable/reliable and more efficient at computing, they also support ECC memory..
Like comparing the Xeon 1270 V2 to the i7-3770k, yes at stock clocks they're comparable (basically the same chip) but the fact that the i7 can overclock means it will destroy the Xeon overall, and will also consume way more power while doing so.

I compared the above since they can both be installed in an 1155 board.

Overall performance, the 920 will beat the 6174 (without overclock), here and here they somewhat compare the 920 and 930 to 2-6174's.. Obviously 2 beat it, but for the price of a dual mobo and two chips, you might as well get a 3930k or the new 4770k.

An overclocked 3930k keeps up with the dual 6174 in threaded tasks and should destroy it in most other tasks.

The 6174 only runs 2.2ghz, it will bottleneck gaming since most games only utilize a few cores and it's frequency is much lower than most newer cpu's. In a "perfect world" if games and apps used all 12cores the 6174 would have more of an advantage.

Let me know if I got something wrong^^ I only ran into this stuff since I was looking at a Xeon in comparison to an i7-3770k as an upgrade a while back.
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@mikemike86

Thanks for your reply. That's bit disappointing that 2x amd opteron 6174 may not be faster frown.gif
So only advantage is multi tasking?
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Pretty much unless you buy the newer higher clocking chips. Folding, Boinc'ing, mining.. Crazy ppd without the high power bill at the end of the month.
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