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Recommended Customer Price $1679.00 - $1723.00
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You realize the chips are actually on the market now?
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I am hoping for early adoption of PCIe 4.0 anyway


That means more room for SLI / Raid 0.
You get AVX512 and Optane with Skylake Xeon
Cannonlake-DT gets an update to the AVX512
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You get AVX512 and Optane with Skylake Xeon
Cannonlake-DT gets an update to the AVX3


The different between AVX512 vs AVX3?


Either way both instruction set are out of our reach now.
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Recommended Customer Price $1679.00 - $1723.00

Prices starting to come down
still cpu n newer x99 motherboard review of Turbo Max 3.0 would come out during the summer
vs the older x99 mb supports Turbo Max 2.0

1737.77
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01FJLA9IM/ref=ox_sc_sfl_title_1?ie=UTF8&psc=1&smid=A2YLYLTN75J8LR

NewEgg 1749.99
B&H 1743
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So Would this support 128gb of ram then?
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So Would this support 128gb of ram then?

Yes, just like the Haswell-E lineup did.
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So Would this support 128gb of ram then?
officially yes
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http://www.ebay.com/itm/Intel-Xeon-E5-2667-V4-ES-2-9Ghz-20MB-8Core-LGA2011-14nm-135W-QHVD-Processor-CPU-/322098778120?hash=item4afe955008:g:GVUAAOSwSclXLEWC#shpCntId
380 dollar locked 8 core 16 thread BW-E.. not bad, even base frequencies are decent smile.gif

why are they selling a 2100 cpu that low?
great bargain alternative to 1750 price

or the 1200 price 6900K
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