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Wasn't me. Mine are headless and I use putty for a terminal.
The Z10PE-D8 with a pair of E5-2690 v4 cpus will probably double the PPD of the S2600/E5-2670 setup. A pair of X8DTT's will probably average about 60 - 80% more PPD than the E5-2670 setup.

The Z10PE-D8/E5-2690 v4 setup is the most expensive by far, but in the long run the Z10PE-D8/E5-2690 v4 setup may be the better value because it will use less power PPD/watt. It really depends on your goals.

Definitely good to know that the most expensive one would do the most PPD.... I suppose I should have clarified: the Asus with 2xE5-2690v4's would be in any setup I build, as I'm seriously contemplating the idea of stuffing all of this into a CaseLabs THW10, which of course has a second side one could modify another motherboard into (because atm the ancillary motherboard mount is backburnered). To rephrase... Which of the two options (2x 2P L4560's, or a 2P E5-2670) would provide the most in addition to what the Asus would bring to the table? ^_^;;;;

Or, if I actually fully read what you wrote, it sounds like the Asus + 2x X8DTT's w/L4560's would be the highest. Would also probably make for a reasonable epic looking case mod too, especially with all of it watercooled and attached to a MO-RA3 that was then venting the heat outside....

EDIT: I like how hubby thinks. Asus, plus two of the Natex, and use one as the bedroom HTPC...
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Yuppers, Mr. GUI here...

Use fanless passive cooled GT 610 cards and yes they will run PrimeGrid as well...

biggrin.gif

Ahhh, had a feeling who it was but I was totally off base with who it actually was. Will they also run Einstein@Home and POEM@Home at reasonable temperatures? ^_^;;;;
Edited by WhiteWulfe - 6/23/16 at 8:31pm
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I was thinking of taking after 4thKor and putting a couple Corsair H60s instead of Evos. It would add another $60 to the build. I was even considering swiping the Swiftech H220-X from one of my other builds and expanding it..but another water block is $60 alone..and not sure if it comes with barbs...and I am a water cooling noob. biggrin.gif. I still got my Zalman Reservator v2 sitting around..same problem..need second WB. Its good for 250W TDP I think. 2x 115W TDP would put it at its limit. Workstation would not be portable after that though. That and Zalman uses 9mm hoses...slightly smaller than 3/8" barbs. I used it on a DD 4780X2 WB many moons ago and managed to squeeze them on.

Think it be worth getting the H60s? I'm leaning toward the Evos..no leaking. tongue.gif
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I have no regrets.
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I was thinking of taking after 4thKor and putting a couple Corsair H60s instead of Evos. It would add another $60 to the build. I was even considering swiping the Swiftech H220-X from one of my other builds and expanding it..but another water block is $60 alone..and not sure if it comes with barbs...and I am a water cooling noob. biggrin.gif. I still got my Zalman Reservator v2 sitting around..same problem..need second WB. Its good for 250W TDP I think. 2x 115W TDP would put it at its limit. Workstation would not be portable after that though. That and Zalman uses 9mm hoses...slightly smaller than 3/8" barbs. I used it on a DD 4780X2 WB many moons ago and managed to squeeze them on.

Think it be worth getting the H60s? I'm leaning toward the Evos..no leaking. tongue.gif

 

On my 5820K the cooling performance of my CM 212 EVO and my H60i are nearly identical.  At load the EVO is louder, when not loaded the H60 is louder.

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I have several other GPUs running at like 70% fan speed so the 2P with Evos is the quiet machine.
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Probably just stick with the Evos for now, since they work as well and are quiet. I only have one Evo that I own so far, and its on the 8370. Currently working on repainting the chassis, so its offline...almost done though! I own 3 212+s though. They are kind of how@bfromcolo describe from what I remember...might be louder since they are in push-pull too.

bfromcolo, how do you have the H60 hooked up. I usually plug the pump into the CPU header, set it to 100%, and plug the fans into the SYSTEM/CHASSIS headers and set them to Cool N Quiet/Auto or if they don't have that, I set them to 60% or so.
Edited by spdaimon - 6/24/16 at 7:57am
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Probably just stick with the Evos for now, since they work as well and are quiet. I only have one Evo that I own so far, and its on the 8370. Currently working on repainting the chassis, so its offline...almost done though! I own 3 212+s though. They are kind of how@bfromcolo describe from what I remember...might be louder since they are in push-pull too.

bfromcolo, how do you have the H60 hooked up. I usually plug the pump into the CPU header, set it to 100%, and plug the fans into the SYSTEM/CHASSIS headers and set them to Cool N Quiet/Auto or if they don't have that, I set them to 60% or so.

 

I never tried the H60 on the server, I am using tiny AMD heat sink fans over the factory heat sinks.  On my kids PC I use a chassis fan header set to 100%, and not the CPU header, since its a single speed pump.  I plugged the radiator fans into the CPU fan connection, set to auto speed control.  So pretty much exactly the opposite of what you did.  But I am sure it works the same either way.

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I never tried the H60 on the server, I am using tiny AMD heat sink fans over the factory heat sinks.  On my kids PC I use a chassis fan header set to 100%, and not the CPU header, since its a single speed pump.  I plugged the radiator fans into the CPU fan connection, set to auto speed control.  So pretty much exactly the opposite of what you did.  But I am sure it works the same either way.

Yeah, probably. I was thinking the fans wouldn't ramp up as much. But you're probably right, same difference.
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My second hand market just got shafted. I guess there's no point in planning any upgrades. mad.gif
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My second hand market just got shafted. I guess there's no point in planning any upgrades. mad.gif

 

Because of BREXIT?  Won't that take 2 years?

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