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Getting a 2690v4 soon, I'll let you know how it goes on my ASRock board!
Edited by Octavialicious - 7/6/16 at 11:12pm
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Hi Guys,

I'm looking to buy a new X99 motherboard and run a mixed gaming / "VM lab" box, and as such need lots of RAM, but also the ability to run decent clocks for gaming. I was considering either a Xeon 1650 (for ECC support and 128GB RAM) or a 6850k.
The latter has very slightly higher stock clocks, and is about $20 more on average, but I was wondering if the 1650 would work better with the ability to run more RAM and in ECC mode.
Also, do I need a 1650-v3 or can I use a 1650-v4 with a new X99 mobo? Am I giving up anything by using the Xeon (I believe these 16xx chips should still support unlocked multiplier overclocking)?
post #393 of 1532
Hey guys, Chiming in here,

I saw the craze on the xeons. Now my thing is i can resell my 3930k now for good $ and get into these which are better for my 4k editing and rendering, GAMING is not my first priority.

I did think about dual xeon build. but its 2x cost of cpu and 2x cost on motherboard

And if someone confirms taht the 2683 v3 ES chip works in the UD3P i really want to buy that. since i feel like the bare performance of that 14 core will really beat my 3930k
post #394 of 1532
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Originally Posted by dagget3450 View Post

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.

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Originally Posted by westnyle View Post

Hey guys, Chiming in here,

I saw the craze on the xeons. Now my thing is i can resell my 3930k now for good $ and get into these which are better for my 4k editing and rendering, GAMING is not my first priority.

I did think about dual xeon build. but its 2x cost of cpu and 2x cost on motherboard

And if someone confirms taht the 2683 v3 ES chip works in the UD3P i really want to buy that. since i feel like the bare performance of that 14 core will really beat my 3930k

I will let you know, i believe the you need F22 bios but they told me x99 ud3p was good to go. I'll report back when i get mine might be this week.
post #395 of 1532
Hi Westnyle,

I bought an 2686 v3 QS and gigabyte x99-sli with first version bios F1 and it works fine.Also the 2686v3 wasnt on the compatible list.

P.S Do you have an x79-UD3P or X99-UD3P?on x79-ud3p it will not work because its has lga 2011 first generation socket and for v3 xeons you need 2011-3 socket + ddr4 ram memory.
Edited by mugne - 7/7/16 at 9:43am
post #396 of 1532
my 2683 v3 just arrived today...not sure when i will get it in to play with, but hopefully soon!
post #397 of 1532
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Excellent - keep us posted
post #398 of 1532
Hi all!

This is my 1650.
I still have a lot to learn about my board's UEFI. This is the first time I got it stable(ish) at 44*100 with 2133 CL9 1T. And I have no idea what I did. biggrin.gif
I know this CPU can do a lot better. I used it at 4.5Ghz (36*125, 1866) with 1.288v for months without a problem but I wasn't been able to go beyond 43*100 till this day.
Anyone has the AsRock Extreme 4 here who can help me a bit with the UEFI settings? My goal would be to reach 4.5 with all the power saving functions enabled.
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Cross-post:

Just ran DX12 Time Spy bench on my x58, interested to see how 2011 CPUs compare:



www.3dmark.com/spy/95110

5650 @ 4GHz
1600/8/8/8/24/1T
3200MHz Uncore
SLI 970's @ <= 1426MHz Core / 7430MHz RAM
Drivers a month old, might also be able to squeeze some more out of the GPU's but I lost my settings so this is it for now biggrin.gif

Anyone for a comparison?
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has anyone tried the bclk overclocking on x99 (2011 v3) rigs yet? I just picked up a Xeon e5 2683 V3 14-core ES cpu for $240, am really curious to see what kind of overclocking people are getting with cpu's that are similar

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