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I was able to get the 12 core dual xeon up to 2.6Ghz but the 18 core ones are the real winners, i can almost get 3.0Ghz with them. So I'm gonna keep the 18 core ones.
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Originally Posted by Zatarra09 View Post

I was able to get the 12 core dual xeon up to 2.6Ghz but the 18 core ones are the real winners, i can almost get 3.0Ghz with them. So I'm gonna keep the 18 core ones.
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2x Xeon X5680 EVGA SR-2 GTX 780 Ti 48GB ECC 
Hard DriveOptical DriveCoolingOS
2x120GB SSD RAID0, 120GB SSD, 2x2TB RAID1 Pioneer BDR-205 Custom WC Loop W10 x64 
MonitorKeyboardPowerCase
Monoprice 28" 4K Logitech Dinovo Edge Corsair RM1000 Cosmos II 
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Logitech MX Master 
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