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I think I'm going to order this. Could use some advice on whether or not to.

Forgot to put a link!redface.gif

http://www.ebay.com/itm/122018833266?_trksid=p2055119.m1438.l2649&ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT
Edited by 4thKor - 6/19/16 at 6:08pm
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I think I'm going to order this. Could use some advice on whether or not to.

Forgot to put a link!redface.gif

http://www.ebay.com/itm/122018833266?_trksid=p2055119.m1438.l2649&ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT


I wonder why 4 x 1200W PSU's are included when only 4 x 130W CPU's are being used? A lot of unused power or maybe room for expansion?
post #113 of 539
Not sure. But there's no way I can build anything even remotely similar for that kind of money. I keep hitting the $800 plus range on just a decent 2P!

Couldn't stand it any more. I pulled the trigger!biggrin.gif
Edited by 4thKor - 6/19/16 at 6:43pm
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Not sure. But there's no way I can build anything even remotely similar for that kind of money. I keep hitting the $800 plus range on just a decent 2P!

Couldn't stand it any more. I pulled the trigger!biggrin.gif

Sure, it isn't in a case.... but $465 USD gets you motherboard, two processors, and of course 64GB of DDR3-12800 ECC RAM... http://www.natex.us/product-p/s2600cp-cpu-64gb-12800.htm ....Or 128GB if you wish for $549 USD: http://www.natex.us/product-p/s2600cp-cpu-128gb-12800.htm

Either way, a quad cpu setup.... Tasty.
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Sure, it isn't in a case.... but $465 USD gets you motherboard, two processors, and of course 64GB of DDR3-12800 ECC RAM... http://www.natex.us/product-p/s2600cp-cpu-64gb-12800.htm ....Or 128GB if you wish for $549 USD: http://www.natex.us/product-p/s2600cp-cpu-128gb-12800.htm

Either way, a quad cpu setup.... Tasty.

You forgot the PSU, coolers, case, and graphics card. Add those in and it gets on up there. $580.00 for 64 c/t's is $9 per c/t. With that in mind a 2P with 8c's (32c/t's) would have to come in at $288.00. I can't see that happening.
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You forgot the PSU, coolers, case, and graphics card. Add those in and it gets on up there. $580.00 for 64 c/t's is $9 per c/t. With that in mind a 2P with 8c's (32c/t's) would have to come in at $288.00. I can't see that happening.

True enough. I think it was magic who mentioned an older card from EVGA that sells for around $30 USD or so, and a good power supply with the dual eight pin CPUs is around $100 USD... Coolers at another $50 USD for a pair if you go with 212 Evo's, then of course $40 USD or so for a reasonably sized inexpensive ssd...

Yup, it definitely adds up with all the small little things.
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And I'm upgrading to E7-4870's. 80 c/t's. eek.gif
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That sounds rather tasty to say the least. Might even make @BritishBob envious too.
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post #119 of 539
Haha there was still a draft in here while I was rambling about x5660 vs e5-2670.

That's not bad of a price to get into the Intel 4P game. It's not like the 4P CPUs have any more cores but they sure carry a heavy premium. Must have pics!
post #120 of 539
I'm also discovering that this particular model has a good track record for distributed computing and gaming.

I'm watching videos on these things. I think I'll have to put this in a sound proof room. Sounds like a 747 on takeoff! I can't wait! MOAR POWER! biggrin.gif
Edited by 4thKor - 6/19/16 at 8:16pm
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