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We'll been crunching linux openCL in boinc-client since at least the HCC linux WU, which was probably right around the new year. I think others may have been before that. I don't think AMD's opencl drivers are to blame.

Heres why you folders should be pushing it.
http://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?page=news_item&px=MTQwMDI

I'm not sure if thats a GHZ or not 7950, but look how it stacks up to the 680

Sorry for continuing the thread derail.

http://folding.stanford.edu/home/guide/linux-install-guide/
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Folding on AMD GPUs is problematic in linux due to poor OpenCL driver suppport from AMD, so GPU folding on AMD hardware is not supported at this time. This could change at any time with a newer driver. Linux GPU folding is still in beta testing.
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How do you know this, psyq3212 ?

Hmm... well, I heard it somewhere smile.gif
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THe LCC is for 6 core SKUs and under, meaning the desktop cpu is made using this one ! Finally complete die for high end desktop.
MCC used for 8 and 10 cores. that means the 2687w has 2 cores disabled and all cache intact.

Yes, 2687W v2 has 25 MB cache (like 2690 v2) and 2 cores disabled.
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That also means that all 10 core CPUs are complete dies !

Yes.
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What about the HCC, is the a 12 core die or a higher than 12 die ? THats also used for the ivy-bridge EX ?
I heard there suppose to be a 15 core CPU ivy-Bridge EX thats suppose to work in another socket, but how would a 15 core die be designed ?

Well, Intel publicly talks about 2695 v2 / 2697 v2 are 3x4 core configuration in a die.

But they did not show the die shot - so, for all we know, it could be 3x4 or 3x5. But, 12-core EP CPUs are the only ones requiring bigger LGA 2011 B CPU package (square looking)

If Ivy Bridge EX has a separate die, it will be 3x5 configuration for the E7-8xxx v2 line.
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I'll be buying a complete die, no matter what, im not spending thousands of euros on disabled stuff. I just cant do it !

Hmm... dunno about that, I mean what difference does this make to you - if there is 0, 1, 2 or 10 cores disabled inside if you get what you want for your money? smile.gif
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What do zou mean 3x4 configuration ? Is that a 4 core die like the one in the desktop 3820 (which also was a native 4 core chip) shrunk in 22nm and made 3 times ?
Is this the logic one would apply ?

The reason i want a complete die is because if something is disabled inside the chip, the chip doesnt run the way it was originally intended. Its a broken chip, a chip that was born broken. Its like a bypass operation on blood vessels, where the bad part which is closed is bypassed with another vessel. Bassically the broken part is still inside, it doesnt do nothing, but its wasted space, space that could have been used, had the chip been made perfect.

And i dont know if this disabled part of the chip uses electricity or not, just because its there.

Thats why ill get complete chip. Most probably two 2690, or maybe the 2680 which has the same turbo boost, but only a 2.8 ghz base instead of 3.

That would be 600 euros saved, but having a rounded number like 3 ghz is also good for the psychic. Plus, 3 GHz would be the minimum freq i would game confortably on. Not to mention that in games the clock will probably be boosted.
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No no, it is just a simple configuration of 3 rows having 4 cores, on a single die.

It is just the way cores are arranged on a die - it is not multiple-die design.

HCC version of IvyTown has other differences as well - it has two separate memory controllers (this is why, for example, HWInfo64 shows memory as running in "dual channel" mode), so half of the cores use memory controller #1, and other half are using the second one.
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Yes i have read the article on anandtech. I will most definetly settle on two 2690v2 cpus. It would be interesting to see how two 2690v2 would compare with two 2687wv2 as both have the same price, aprox 1700 euros. In gaming i mean. Why oh why couldnt they made a full cloked 150w 10 core chip?. I guess ill have to settle with the 2690 then. By the way Asus launched bios update for z9ped8ws that supports the new ivy bridge xeons.

Its time for upgrade. All thats left is wait and see if the new radeons are worth it. This would supposedly be the most mature 28nm chip yet.

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