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post #601 of 1531
Well.. the no overclocking kind of ruins it for me, thank you all for the info, it's super helpful! Looks like an interesting cheap-ish home server solution, although I'm not sure if I would trust it for that.

I found someone selling an ASRock x79 Extreme11, a i7 4930k and 4x4 Corsair Dominator RAM for €400. I looked at some reviews and the board doesn't seem to tempting, after seeing how it performs as almost the worst x79 board in things like gaming and with file transferring speeds. It also has a high power consumption in both idle and load, it's just interesting because it has high functionality. It didn't work too well with overclocking because of the VRMs overheating and clocking back the CPU. However, I'm tempted to buy it, sell the board and the CPU and keep the RAM because Corsair Dominators are sexy as hell. After that I could sell my own RAM too and I'd probably make a nice amount of money on that, which brings me closer to getting a good x79 board and a 1650.. biggrin.gif

I mean.. I could probably sell the 4930k and the board for over €400 without the RAM, I think..
post #602 of 1531
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Thank you so much! thumbsupsmiley.png

That was really helpful!

I think a X58 board without overclocking isn't really worth it anymore but that X79 board paired with a E5-2670 seems to be extremely good value for money atm!

There are also versions that are mATX (uATX) sized and since i do have a bunch of mATX cases laying around i might pick one of these up with another E5-26xx in a couple month.

Thanks again for translating it! biggrin.gif

No problem. Your friendly neighbourhood cyka blyat is always avaliable for the occasional translation, glad I could help.wink.gif
post #603 of 1531
Hey guys? Can anyone confirm if ECC memory will work with the X79 + Xeon setup? I've seen some people say it does, some say it doesn't.. Anyone got any word on this?

My board is the P9X79 paired with an E5-2670.
    
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It won't, of course, since the mobo does not support ECC ram. The xeon does though, so if you get a mobo which does support ecc, it will work.
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Another data point here:
I swear that the temperature reporting on the chip is just wrong. It reads in the mid 50's regardless of whether I have it on air or water.(it's on water now)
Tinkering with the bus speed seems to stop having an impact after 104 mhz. Still happy with the result.

You are on to something, at fist my 2683 V3 was on a 280MM Swiftech AIO and topped out at 41 degrees hottest core. I am now on a Cooler Master T4 and same temps, tops out at the exact same temps. Maybe these Xeons just run that cool.
post #606 of 1531
At one of my local Fry's they had a sale on a Msi x99 gaming 7 (display Item) for 99.98. I ordered it upon arrival I was informed that they didn't have it and instead offered a Msi x99a Raider as a replacement. I bought it for the same price. The board appeared new I also bought compatible ram, assembled it at home only to find out it didn't boot. That was okay because I figured it was a 50/50 chance so I asked frys and they said yes then no then I tried to cut my losses and return the board to that same store only to realize the pins where "bent" so they wouldn't take it back. It escalated into a big ordeal when the cat was out of the bag that in reality despite the fact the v4 wasn't going to boot because of the older bios version the board to begin with was sold to me intentionally defective. I was told hours before I went to return the board that they would exchange the board if it was faulty, So I assumed they could test the board therefore could update my bios right?, wrong apparently they don't have the chips to do this. I can understand this they are expensive chips however the manager that works in the department that houses the motherboards also spilled the beans and told me he had 3 raider boards in the inventory that where brand new and never sold up on a high shelf, he also mention to me he had 4 of the same boards used for open box. Here's where it gets interesting so I went and took a look and yes the used boards where their but only 3 and unlabeled normally they label them. Out of the 3 boxes only one really looked opened and was obviously used the other too where extremely neat. So this triggered a red flag in my mind hmm I must have a bad board. Well I go and try to return the board only to find out at that very same moment that the pins were bent something I had over looked. I argued my suspensions but was denied because apparently they managers word held more weight than mines. I questioned if they check the boards when they first receive them he said yes. I asked do you have a record of x employee signing off they checked x part/component he said no. He said before they even sell the part at the register an employee opens and check the contents and quality of said part, that didn't happen and I also overlooked that and didn't check my self which was a big no no as normally one would check it on the spot. I called BS left inspected the board at home only to realize the pins where not be inwards but rather outwards making a few taller than they are suppose too. The next morning I went to another Fry's to return the board and layed it all out I told them my problem had a store manager come and stick his finger right in the socket and really bent the pins in front of 3 other employees. They replaced the board for me and also had provided actual evidence, this new board was inspected and resealed and that the manager personally has a paper trail of the components that she has in the inventory by date time and who inspected it. Since then I got my hands on a QEY6 v3 2.20 popped it in booted up and found out that the bios on the x99a raider is version p.00 dated 3-20-2015. I updated the bios to the newest one, installed the QHUY v4 2.00 and it booted right up. All it needed was a bios update I have a fair amount of these chips I will test each one and sell them now that I know for sure 100% they work on the MSI x99a Raider.
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hello everyone

I bought two 2683 v3 OEM processors http://www.ebay.com/itm/272254848452?_trksid=p2060353.m2749.l2649&ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT

I'm stuck right now, I'm trying to build two systems here. the issue I'm facing is finding a X99 motherboard that is garanteed to be compatible with the 2683 I got which is steping 2 revision M0. I'm also trying to buy memory that is compatible with the Xeon which is listed to support max of 2133. and each of these motherboards have their own QVL list of supported ram.

I'm looking here https://cd-log.co.il/catalog/EN/#p=category/10007/page%3A1/rpp%3A24/view%3Agallery/10002%3A24477/sort%3Aprice,desc
and here
http://en.ksp.co.il/?select=.1030..3..52..2106.&list=1&sort=2&glist=0&uin=0&txt_search=&buy=&minprice=0&maxprice=0&intersect=..

please help many thanks in advance

Hi there

I've run E5-2683v3 ES on my ASRock X99 Extreme6,OC is limited,you can OC only through the BCLK,my max has been 104.5MHz above that PC started been unstable ..

My chip has been 2.0GHz and turbo has been only 2.3GHz and my board has come with BIOS 1.90 flashed and with that BIOS this CPU worked out of the box and I've run with 2x16GB 2400MHz Corsair Vengeance LPX,then upgraded to extra 4x16GB,right now I'm running 6x16GB DDR4 2133MHz Corsair Vengeance LPX

I've tried same RAM with same E5-2683v3 in Asus X99 Deluxe and I couldn't boot with supplied BIOS upgraded BIOS several times and at the end returned board and with ASRock X99 Extreme6

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New overclock for this QH26. Figured out the secret to maxing it out biggrin.gif.
post #610 of 1531
And the secret is?
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