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@WhiteWulfe I will test it against the 2p on the upcoming Formula Boinc project (if it's cpu) and see if the results are similar. I only tried WCG so I don't know how far to read into it yet...but I'll keep you posted. One thing is...the 1800x is hot. I can't run all 16 threads at 3.6 GHz without reaching 75-80 °C on a corsair h50.

If the 1700 can hit 3.7 ghz on all cores with boinc...then the Wraith cooler wouldn't be a good long term solution.

Is there a project you want me to test?

I'm not sure how affordable a full Naples system will be...we can hope though. Who knows. smile.gif

Wow, effectively heat soaking an H50, that is fairly warm. Good thing I'm going with either a Cryorig R1 Ultimate (if air cooled) or an NZXT Kraken X62 if I can't afford outright proper watercooling.... If I can do watercooling, I'm so going MO-RA3-420 Pro with either Corsair ML140's or EK F3-140ER's, and then putting a Heatkiller 4.0 on the cpu to keep it cool, and then because I'm nuts (actually, it's because tictoc has done some excellent comparing of them), I'll be also going with a pair of RX 480's cooled by Watercool's Heatkiller blocks as well. I'd consider Noisblocker PK-3's, but the Corsair and EK fans can push more air before reaching the same decibel levels.

As for projects, I am curious about DENIS@Home, Rosetta, and TN-Grid... and how they'd perform in comparison on a Ryzen ^_^ But wow, a modern 8c/16t effectively matching 16c/32t of what's technically only five years old o_O

I definitely agree with you on affordability of a full fledged Naples system... I'm hoping they won't be too too expensive in the end, but we are talking server grade parts.
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My 1700 running at 3.8 GHz, is nearly twice as fast as my 2670v2 on Asteroids@home.  That seems to be in line with emoga's results for WCG.

o_O I think I'm starting to see a trend that's saying pretty much something along the lines of "screw the sex appeal of a dual processor setup, I'm getting Ryzen"
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@Egilman If you can find a cheap Z9PE-D8 WS it could be an option to consider.

Was checking out duallys the other day (prompted by this discussion) and I stumbled across this one.....


SUPERMICRO MBD-X10DAL-I-O ATX Server Motherboard Dual LGA 2011-3 Intel C612

Decent reviews, two Pcie x16 lanes and a single x8, decent amount of memory and it fits all my cases. (standard ATX)

And it will handle the e5 2670.......

I think I've found my upgrade path.......
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Was checking out duallys the other day (prompted by this discussion) and I stumbled across this one.....


SUPERMICRO MBD-X10DAL-I-O ATX Server Motherboard Dual LGA 2011-3 Intel C612

Decent reviews, two Pcie x16 lanes and a single x8, decent amount of memory and it fits all my cases. (standard ATX)

And it will handle the e5 2670.......

I think I've found my upgrade path.......

I thought you couldn't put a v1 or v2 CPU into a 2011-3 socket? Or do you have some v3 or v4's kicking around? ^_^
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@Egilman If you can find a cheap Z9PE-D8 WS it could be an option to consider.

Was checking out duallys the other day (prompted by this discussion) and I stumbled across this one.....


SUPERMICRO MBD-X10DAL-I-O ATX Server Motherboard Dual LGA 2011-3 Intel C612

Decent reviews, two Pcie x16 lanes and a single x8, decent amount of memory and it fits all my cases. (standard ATX)

And it will handle the e5 2670.......

I think I've found my upgrade path.......

You wanted 2011 v3? I thought you just wanted a place to house your gpus with some extra cores...you're sure you want 2011 v3? It's faster, more power efficient.... but far more expensive and needs ddr4 over ddr3.

I guess I'm not sure what your upgrade budget was.

I've never had a supermicro, but I've only heard good things...aside from the computer case compatibility but that can be modded if its a issue.
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I thought you couldn't put a v1 or v2 CPU into a 2011-3 socket? Or do you have some v3 or v4's kicking around? ^_^

An E5 2670v3 would be the dream wouldn't it? or you could go all super wealthy billionaire and get a pair of 18 core monsters for 5 grand each (used) that will also fit.

I was thinking more along the lines of this:

Intel Xeon E5-2603 v3 Haswell 1.6 GHz 6 x 256KB L2 Cache 15MB L3 Cache LGA 2011-3 85W BX80644E52603V3 Server Processor

For the more budget conscious like me....

It's 6/12 which would make 24 threads for the machine. 3 times what I currently have for about 250 bucks more. (and maintain the GPU slots)

And it uses all the HW I currently have and runs on W7.... Just a simple swap of MB & CPU's... (I know, famous last words)
Edited by Egilman - 4/23/17 at 9:00am
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@Egilman I actually used that processor before. I bought it from amazon while my 2683v3 were being shipped to test out my motherboard and then returned it for a full refund (don't judge me)

Its actually just 6 cores with no HT...sad-smiley-002.gif

I did find a 2670v3 for only $10 more if you're willing to wait. It's a 12 core /24 thread.

Now you have me looking for a new v3/v4 system..20 core processors seems to be the best bet now...
Edited by emoga - 4/23/17 at 9:11am
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You wanted 2011 v3? I thought you just wanted a place to house your gpus with some extra cores...you're sure you want 2011 v3? It's faster, more power efficient.... but far more expensive and needs ddr4 over ddr3.

I guess I'm not sure what your upgrade budget was.

I've never had a supermicro, but I've only heard good things...aside from the computer case compatibility but that can be modded if its a issue.

I've ran a couple and never had an issue with one. but that was back in the dual pentium II 1 gig days.

I was looking at that Asus board, I'm pretty sure they solved the bios issues or at least have workarounds. But the prices I've been seeing for that board range from 450 to 780 depending on age. add a pair of E5 2670's for a buck and a quarter apiece your at 800 to 1100 bucks per machine

The one I was looking at is a bit cheaper, 300.00 new the chips are a bit more expensive 219 each 440.00 new your at 740.00.

What I've done is upgraded to a dual, upgraded the tech level to v3 and maintained my HW/SW support level.

Essentially for minimal cost, (with V3) extended my upgrade path another 3-4 years.

I'm kinda strange in that respect, not afraid to pay for new when it is worth it...
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@Egilman I actually used that processor before. I bought it from amazon while my 2683v3 were being shipped to test out my motherboard and then returned it for a full refund (don't judge me)

Its actually just 6 cores with no HT...sad-smiley-002.gif

I did find a 2670v3 for only $10 more if you're willing to wait. It's a 12 core /24 thread.

Now you have me looking for a new v3/v4 system..20 core processors seems to be the best bet now...

Well we see why it pays to be a member of a site like this one....

thanks for the link...... I must have got's my search terms mixed up somewhere, 20 cores is decidedly affordable.....

The 12 cores are even better.

They are prefect for my application....

Definately a consideration....
Edited by Egilman - 4/23/17 at 9:46am
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@Egilman That 2670v3 is pretty amazing value. It has an All-Core Turbo Boost of 2.6 GHz...so since its an ES it'll be 2.5GHz. Running 48 tasks at 2.5 ghz for $600 US.....I'm trying to talk myself out of buying another system to be honest.rolleyes.gif

60 day money back or item exchange on both of those processors. Nice thumb.gif


@WhiteWulfe Running TN-Grid, its taking around 27.5 minutes for the (fma) tasks and around 30 min for the (sse2). Only tested it in Linux, is it faster in Win?

15-16.5k PPD?

Host

No idea if that's good or not.
Edited by emoga - 4/23/17 at 10:07am
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I just fired up TN-Grid in Windows on the 1700, so we'll see how it compares to Linux.

 

*Edit* Of the 160 tasks I downloaded, one is an sse2 task and all the rest are avx tasks.  FMA tasks look to be Linux only, so it won't be a direct comparison.

 

*Edit #2* @emoga My first results point to Windows being much faster than Linux.

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