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Nice. My 8x8 2800 c15 g.skill rj4 sticks won't budge from 2800 on the 127.3mHz strap. I have to give vccsa just to run xmp. Anything else, tightening memory timings, frequency, etc. just won't run.

Do I want to run 3000? Sure, but that is part of the higher density trade off. Maybe broadwell-e will but we probably won't see high densities at higher speeds above 3200 until skylake-e.
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Nice. My 8x8 2800 c15 g.skill rj4 sticks won't budge from 2800 on the 127.3mHz strap. I have to give vccsa just to run xmp. Anything else, tightening memory timings, frequency, etc. just won't run.

Do I want to run 3000? Sure, but that is part of the higher density trade off. Maybe broadwell-e will but we probably won't see high densities at higher speeds above 3200 until skylake-e.

2800 is a finicky ratio. 64GB at that speed is nothing to sniff at, though - you've done quite well.
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2800 is a finicky ratio. 64GB at that speed is nothing to sniff at, though - you've done quite well.

I was browsing memory and non go higher than 2800 when doing 64GB or more

Intel says max 64GB (48bit Memory Address)
https://communities.intel.com/thread/85371?start=0&tstart=0

PC World says 128GB - I'm still reading the article
http://www.pcworld.com/article/2923033/ram-for-the-rich-and-nerdy-128gb-ddr4-memory-kits-become-reality.html
http://www.pcworld.com/article/2938855/hardcore-hardware-we-stuffed-this-pc-with-128gb-of-cutting-edge-ddr4-ram.html

if doing 128GB (64GB Ram Disk) that be similar when computers where 640K and everything above that was extended memory and one such use was for ram disk. I hope the article isn't about that where your bank switching to access upper 64GB??
post #174 of 566
lol - that video. Most people will struggle to get 2666-2800 stable with 64GB, let alone higher.
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10 cores at 5ghz please

i bet itll be 1299 tops... 1500 is a little obscene for the economy right now.

probably 1050 as usual
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I was browsing memory and non go higher than 2800 when doing 64GB or more

Intel says max 64GB (48bit Memory Address)
https://communities.intel.com/thread/85371?start=0&tstart=0

PC World says 128GB - I'm still reading the article
http://www.pcworld.com/article/2923033/ram-for-the-rich-and-nerdy-128gb-ddr4-memory-kits-become-reality.html
http://www.pcworld.com/article/2938855/hardcore-hardware-we-stuffed-this-pc-with-128gb-of-cutting-edge-ddr4-ram.html

if doing 128GB (64GB Ram Disk) that be similar when computers where 640K and everything above that was extended memory and one such use was for ram disk. I hope the article isn't about that where your bank switching to access upper 64GB??

overclocking with that much ram will limit you no doubt. think of all the resources to run that much ram stable. I have 64GB of DDR3 its has its good points and bad points. 128GB sounds insane to me for a home computer.
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I was browsing memory and non go higher than 2800 when doing 64GB or more

Intel says max 64GB (48bit Memory Address)
https://communities.intel.com/thread/85371?start=0&tstart=0

PC World says 128GB - I'm still reading the article
http://www.pcworld.com/article/2923033/ram-for-the-rich-and-nerdy-128gb-ddr4-memory-kits-become-reality.html
http://www.pcworld.com/article/2938855/hardcore-hardware-we-stuffed-this-pc-with-128gb-of-cutting-edge-ddr4-ram.html

if doing 128GB (64GB Ram Disk) that be similar when computers where 640K and everything above that was extended memory and one such use was for ram disk. I hope the article isn't about that where your bank switching to access upper 64GB??

No, 128gb will fully work. It just isn't officially supported by Intel. We saw the same thing with the 3930K/3960X and PCIe 3.0. 2.0 was officially supported but with a bios update, change of a setting in the bios and one in Windows you had pcie 3.0.

What does Intel say is the speed of the memory? They do this because it shouldn't be on them if your chip won't do it. 128gb configurations were not out previously so there is no way for them to know if the imc of your chip will take it or not. 64gb at 2133 is all they guarantee, if your chip won't do that they will warranty it out for you.
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Vendors are warming up to the 1500 price

ex: E5-2660 v3
superbiiz 1359.99 plus shipping REQUEST A QUOTE
B &H 1422.57
newegg 1505.08

sounds like price gouging coming started by intel

but then 1500 is cheaper than paying over 2000 for 3.1 ghz xeon
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My guess, $1200.00 well, it's the most that I would be willing to pay anyways..
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Nope.

J/K, yes my next build will complete the core group. Why, well why not? Maybe I will do something to better emulate the MCs tied to the respective builds.

After that it will probably just be other artists I like.
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Vendors are warming up to the 1500 price

ex: E5-2660 v3
superbiiz 1359.99 plus shipping REQUEST A QUOTE
B &H 1422.57
newegg 1505.08

sounds like price gouging coming started by intel

but then 1500 is cheaper than paying over 2000 for 3.1 ghz xeon

Are you forgetting those are meant for dual socket systems? They already have lower speed 10c CPUs for ~$1200: http://ark.intel.com/products/81705/Intel-Xeon-Processor-E5-2650-v3-25M-Cache-2_30-GHz I can see them putting the 10c Broadwell-E part in @ $999 and having the lowest-end 10c Broadwell-EP part in for even cheaper (I'd estimate $700).
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