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http://www.ebay.de/itm/Intel-Xeon-E5-2683v3-14-Kerne-und-28-fur-das-Betriebssystem-Logische-Kerne-/112018403780?hash=item1a14d131c4:g:aSUAAOSwqBJXVGGZ

E5 2683v3 - EUR 73,00!!!!!!!
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That isn't "buy it now" though. Isn't that just a regular option? Still, starting that low is pretty crazy!

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Oh you're right, sorry I speak some dutch, but no german, so I translated it wrong frown.gif

Still - lets see where it goes biggrin.gif
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Originally Posted by Insan1tyOne View Post

There isn't anything tricky about motherboard support with X99 Xeons. Especially with the list I posted a couple of pages back: (X79 is another story though...)

X99 ES CPU / Motherboard Compatibility List! (Click to show)

System Compatibility (Updated 6/11/2016):


The following is a list of products that we have tested to be compatible with ES CPUs:


Servers & Workstations:

  • Dell: PowerEdge R430/R530/T430 (BIOS 2.0.1), R630/R730/R730XD (BIOS 2.1.6), M630/FC630/M630 VRTX (BIOS 2.1.6), T630 (BIOS 2.1.5), C4130 (BIOS 2.1.5), C6320 (BIOS 2.1.5); Precision T5810 (BIOS A12), T7810 (BIOS A12), T7910 (BIOS A12), R7910 (BIOS 2.0.3)


Motherboards:

  • Supermicro: X10S series (all models with BIOS R2.0), X10D series (all models with BIOS R2.0), C7X99-OCE (BIOS R2.0)
  • Tyan: S562 series (BIOS V2.00), S707 series (BIOS V2.00), S708 series (BIOS V2.00)
  • Asus: Z10PA-D8 (BIOS 3107), Z10PE-D16 (BIOS 3104), Z10PR-D16 (BIOS 3104), Z10PE-D16 WS (BIOS 3204)
  • ASRock: EPC612 series (all models with BIOS 2.10), FH-C612NM (BIOS 1.10); X99 series (all models with BIOS 3.00 or above)
  • MSI: X99 Godlike Gaming Carbon (BIOS 2.3); X99A XPower Gaming Titanium; X99A Gaming Pro Carbon (BIOS 1.1); X99A Gaming 9 ACK (BIOS 3.4); X99S Gaming 9 AC (BIOS 1.B); X99A XPower AC (BIOS A.5); X99S XPower AC (BIOS 1.B); X99A/S Gaming 7 (BIOS H.E); X99A Raider (BIOS P.4)
  • EVGA: X99 Family (all models with BIOS 2.01 or above)


Note: A BIOS upgrade may be necessary for motherboards manufactured prior to the introduction of the Xeon E5-2600 v4 series.


The following is a list of products that we have tested to be incompatible with ES CPUs:


Servers & Workstations:

  • HP servers and workstations: support V4 processors with B0/M0/R0 stepping only


Motherboards:

  • Asus X99 series (all models): stuck at Q-Code 19 after reboot; supports V4 (pre-)QS or production processors only
  • Asus Z10PE-D8 WS (BIOS 3204): cannot power on when the 2nd CPU is installed; supports V4 (pre-)QS or production processors for dual-CPU configuration
  • Gigabyte X99 series (all models with BIOS F22): boot loop; support V4 processors with B0/M0/R0 stepping only
  • MSI X99 series (all models with BIOS released prior to 05/23/2016): boot loop; support V4 processors with B0/M0/R0 stepping only


Note: Please look for V4 QS (not ES2) processors that are compatible to these products instead. QS stands for "Qualification Sample." These CPUs are generally more widely supported than their earlier ES2 "Engineering Sample" versions.

Note 2: Production Intel processors have 5 letter S-Spec numbers starting from S. Engineering (ES) and Qualification Samples (QS) of Intel processors have 4-6 letter specification numbers starting from Q.

It is even easier if you have a production X99 CPU to push BIOS updates with if you have to buy a completely new board. But personally I would recommend going with either of these options:

  1. Intel Xeon E5-2683 v3 ($231)
  2. Intel Xeon E5-2686 v3 ($429)


I think this is the same seller I got my E5-2637 v3 ($280) from back when I bought it. They are great about telling you if your motherboard is compatible or recommending a good motherboard to buy.

DISCLAIMER: This is not advertising. I am just relaying a good experience I had in the past with fellow users.

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Alright so i scrounged up the funds and got the e5 2683 on order to play around with in my x99UD3P. Now i'm trying to decide if i should get a better x99 board for my 5960x or sell it off - The e5 2683 will be used for high res 4+ gaming and maybe some benching or just goofing around. I have an sr2 im using for a temp main rig, so i will probably decomission it after i setup the e5 2683.

Edit: they confirmed that the x99UD3P mainboard would work. - not sure about your notes in your post but i do not see it on thier page.
Edited by dagget3450 - 7/1/16 at 12:29pm
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Alright so i scrounged up the funds and got the e5 2683 on order to play around with in my x99UD3P. Now i'm trying to decide if i should get a better x99 board for my 5960x or sell it off - The e5 2683 will be used for high res 4+ gaming and maybe some benching or just goofing around. I have an sr2 im using for a temp main rig, so i will probably decomission it after i setup the e5 2683.

Edit: they confirmed that the x99UD3P mainboard would work. - not sure about your notes in your post but i do not see it on thier page.

Oh boy, that is awesome! You will definitely have to post some nice photos of the chip and show us how it performs here in this thread. Personally I would recommend using your 5960X for gaming and the E5-2683 v3 as a replacement for the SR-2 rig. You will get a lot better gaming performance on the 5960X than you will on the E5-2683 v3, especially if you have the 5960X overclocked.

Also, if they (the seller) confirmed that the X99 UD3P is compatible than I would say that it is, the list that I have posted is by no means a "complete" list, it just gives a general guideline of what motherboards not to use with ES CPUs.

Congrats on your purchase!

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Oh boy, that is awesome! You will definitely have to post some nice photos of the chip and show us how it performs here in this thread. Personally I would recommend using your 5960X for gaming and the E5-2683 v3 as a replacement for the SR-2 rig. You will get a lot better gaming performance on the 5960X than you will on the E5-2683 v3, especially if you have the 5960X overclocked.

Also, if they (the seller) confirmed that the X99 UD3P is compatible than I would say that it is, the list that I have posted is by no means a "complete" list, it just gives a general guideline of what motherboards not to use with ES CPUs.

Congrats on your purchase!

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I will setup and test some 4k benches from 5960x to the e5 and see where it lands. The question is what video cards because all i have are AMD gpus and they can have overhead issues in CF. I think i will use 390x CF up to quad fire on this. Anyways I will definitely throw some data on here and pic s maybe.
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Anybody tried a e5-1650 (SB-E) in a R4BE before? Got one for cheap and 64gb of ddr3l ECC, and I`m having nothing but troubles, the board is a brand new board back from RMA, and its been bios flashed without a chip in it, through the usb-key method...but wont boot properly, is there aspecific bios I should try to get the board to behave with a SB-E xeon in it? Or have I dun goofed with the parts selection?
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Anybody tried a e5-1650 (SB-E) in a R4BE before? Got one for cheap and 64gb of ddr3l ECC, and I`m having nothing but troubles, the board is a brand new board back from RMA, and its been bios flashed without a chip in it, through the usb-key method...but wont boot properly, is there aspecific bios I should try to get the board to behave with a SB-E xeon in it? Or have I dun goofed with the parts selection?

What is it doing? Is that registered ECC?

Edit: Here's a validation with that combo:
http://valid.x86.fr/0zg7jq
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I didn't know ECC works on x79 mobos?
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ECC works (if the mobo supports it). Register doesn't.
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