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You ninja'd no one because the actual information is complete bull. This is a Xeon Phi (Knight's Landing) socket. Anyone with about 2 minutes and Google could've figured this one out.

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You ninja'd no one because the actual information is complete bull. This is a Xeon Phi (Knight's Landing) socket. Anyone with about 2 minutes and Google could've figured this one out.
biggrin.gif and mister can you provide us a proof that intel isn't going HEDT skylake E with this socket in your all mighty google research knowledge wink.gif
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XP socket, yup makes much more sense

still a big socket not to see the light of day for consumers

I'm sure in 10 or so years you can find some company trying to get rid of their 100k$ servers they bought, for a few bucks tongue.gif
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I'm sure in 10 or so years you can find some company trying to get rid of their 100k$ servers they bought, for a few bucks tongue.gif
10 years? lol..
.. i'm trying to sell a brand new E5-2687WV3 for 1.6k and just can't get rid of it...
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10 years? lol..
.. i'm trying to sell a brand new E5-2687WV3 for 1.6k and just can't get rid of it...

You are selling a locked Xeon chip for the price of unlocked 10 core everyone agreed is a rip-off?

That's greedy, mate. I mean, 2687Wv3 is not even that good.
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You are selling a locked Xeon chip for the price of unlocked 10 core everyone agreed is a rip-off?

That's greedy, mate. I mean, 2687Wv3 is not even that good.
yeah - have fun with your 1 Socket, 128GB RAM limited unlocked chip for 1.8k.
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yeah - have fun with your 1 Socket, 128GB RAM limited unlocked chip for 1.8k.

I am not saying 6950X is not a rip off.
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would be a great platform for future upgrades. go with 6c/12t and dual channel ddr4, then you got the possibility to upgrade to 10/12 core chip in the future.
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biggrin.gif and mister can you provide us a proof that intel isn't going HEDT skylake E with this socket in your all mighty google research knowledge wink.gif

 

Yeah. I can. 

 

Knight's Landing has room for 16GB of on-package cache memory:

 

 

The Broadwell-EP architecture, at least from all of the block diagrams that I've seen, doesn't have the ability to host on-package HMC (Micron's version of Samsung's HBM). Which accounts for the sheer size of the Knight's Landing CPU. So one could reasonably infer (since block diagrams for Skylake-EP haven't been released), that it will also not have the ability to host on-package HMC. And to be quite honest, I can't think of a single reason for a consumer CPU to need on package HMC. Especially if I'm understanding this correctly, Knight's Landing uses that for quick error detection and correction (because I'm 99.99999999999999999% sure they aren't using optical links to the HMC packages, so they don't need Electronic Dispersion Compensation), and consumer CPUs just don't need that.

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http://www.overclock.net/t/1601677/tweaktown-socket-3647-for-skylake-e-shows-its-nose-in-computex/0_100

http://www.tweaktown.com/news/52336/intels-next-gen-skylake-processor-arrive-lga-3647-socket/index.html
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