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Specs says :
CPU : Intel® Socket 2011-v3 for Intel® Xeon® processor E5-2600 v4 product family
Memory : 8 x DIMM, Max. 512GB, DDR4 2400/2133/1866/1600/1333 MHz RDIMM, LR-DIMM Memory

It certainly can handle 2400Mhz of RAM+CPU
Source : https://www.asus.com/Motherboards/Z10PED8_WS/specifications/
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post #422 of 632
Has anyone tried the "Xeon Turbo Charger" option found in bios, on a Haswell-EP? Does it simply increase the BCLK or what?
post #423 of 632
Hey !
[SEE NEXT POST TO MORE PRECISE TESTING]
I tried and activated it in order to testify the +10% performance jump ! but, here's my cinebench results :



With these results it seems the bios update enhanced my CPUs performances...but I didn't launch many runs so it just might be a random coincidence !
Confusing, I'll do it again with a more scientific method more like 10 runs disabled 10 runs enabled and 10 runs on auto.

[My bad, it's of course "Xeon Turbo Charger" and not "Charge"]
Edited by KFix - 10/20/16 at 12:37am
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Don't try Ai Overclock Level 2 !
I had to clear CMOS to boot up again...

However, here's my results based on 10 runs for each settings :

Edited by KFix - 10/4/16 at 2:13am
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Thank you to all for the information on the frequency of the ram.

My configuration is this:
Case Corsair 750D Air Flow
Motherboard Asus Z10PE-D8-WS
2x Intel Xeon E5-2683 V3
4x 16GB (total 64GB) Kingston DDR4 2133MHz CL15
2x Corsair Hydro Series H80i v2
1x Kingston SSD 480 GB (OS and programs)
1x HD WD BLUE or RED 1TB 7200rpm (data)

The video card is to be decided but a hypothesis is an Nvidia Quadro.

Psu calculator http://outervision.com/b/MActfK

I'm choosing the power supply unit and I would ask if these Corsair, in your opinion, are compatible with loads of watts:
- RM850x (134€/150$)
- RM850i (142€/159$)
- HX850i (170€/190$)
- AX860i (210€/234$)

Which psu allows easy mounting with the motherboard and case? They have all the necessary cables?

I wish that allows me to be able to add something, maybe for hard disk in the future, a Wifi card, a USB card, etc.

It is necessary a more powerful psu for the good functioning dual cpu?
Edited by cmd7 - 10/4/16 at 12:28pm
post #426 of 632
The specs for my server are in my signature below, and I have my server running 24/7 running the Folding@home program for CPU folding. While running my CPUs at 100%, with various tasks keeping my HDDs running, I pull approximately 200 Watts.

With that said, I personally have the Corsair AX860 as a power supply, and it is working great for me. I found it came with plenty of cables, and mounted very easy.

The only issue I had with it is that as this power supply is passively cooled (fanless operation) at low loads, it has a very loud coil-whine when there is little to no load. Once above ~100 Watts the coil-whine went away for me, but others have had the problem persist. This issue is supposedly less noticeable / frequent to occur with the "i" model you listed, however, I have no personal experience with it.
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post #427 of 632
Quote:
Originally Posted by cmd7 View Post

Thank you to all for the information on the frequency of the ram.

My configuration is this:
Case Corsair 750D Air Flow
Motherboard Asus Z10PE-D8-WS
2x Intel Xeon E5-2683 V3
4x 16GB (total 64GB) Kingston DDR4 2133MHz CL15
2x Corsair Hydro Series H80i v2
1x Kingston SSD 480 GB (OS and programs)
1x HD WD BLUE or RED 1TB 7200rpm (data)

The video card is to be decided but a hypothesis is an Nvidia Quadro.

Psu calculator http://outervision.com/b/MActfK

I'm choosing the power supply unit and I would ask if these Corsair, in your opinion, are compatible with loads of watts:
- RM850x (134€/150$)
- RM850i (142€/159$)
- HX850i (170€/190$)
- AX860i (210€/234$)

Which psu allows easy mounting with the motherboard and case? They have all the necessary cables?

I wish that allows me to be able to add something, maybe for hard disk in the future, a Wifi card, a USB card, etc.

It is necessary a more powerful psu for the good functioning dual cpu?

Can't tell you much about which PSU to choose. I personally selected the HX850i because of price and the Platinium+ label.
In my opinion, a good thing is to pick a modular one to have only the cables you need (good for air flow) and I assume they all come with the same cables (enough for your set up).
If your plan is to have 8 HDDs, and more than 2 GPU I think you would have to search for a +1000W PSU.

Dunno if all Corsair PSU do that, but HX850i comes with a USB chord and a monitoring software for wattage utilization...Unfortunatly, on this motherboard there's only 1 USB2.0 header, and I plugged my front panel on it rolleyes.gif

However ! I may suggest you to choose another hard drive than the WD for your data storage.
I mean, if reliability is the most important criteria for you, Hitachi has a well known reputation for this.
You can find some HGST 7200rpm 4to at around 170€ on amazon...

I would be interested in knowing your CPUs temperature with watercooling system, when you'll have your PC mounted thumb.gif
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post #428 of 632
Thanks mbmumford, KFix

Also the water coolers are supplied with internal USB port. I read in the Corsair forum that one solution is to use a USB expansion card such as the NZXT IU01.

https://www.nzxt.com/products/iu01-USB-Expansion

In this way, I think that is possible to connect the three devices (2x Hydro H80i, 1x PSU data).
Edited by cmd7 - 10/5/16 at 10:28am
post #429 of 632
Hi to all,
Can I ask if the required minimum connections between Corsair HX850i and Asus Z10PE D8 WS are correct? I specify that I do not have more GPU but optionally only one graphics-card. The first weeks also I use only the integrated video card.

Thanks


Edited by cmd7 - 10/11/16 at 1:19pm
post #430 of 632
Your illustration looks correct. Nothing bad will happen if you connect the EATX 12V3 with only 1 graphics card. In addition to your above illustration, when installing a graphics card, be sure to install the appropriate power connection on the card itself.
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