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*cringe* the word "Clovertown" makes my wallet all nervous.
idk i cant find mine now i think it ran away
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http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16813131146

This one would support SLI, dual quad cores once Phenom comes out, and uses normal RAM.
Talk about e-penis...that would make you HUGE!
The thing has 12 Sata ports, dual cpu, and sli...what more could you want! (maybe a bank account)

Sorry for not posting anything usefull...the others seem to have the covered!
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I think this one would do for now:

Intel S5000XVNSAS Dual Socket 771 Intel 5000X SSI EEB 3.6 (Extended ATX) Server Motherboard

2 - Intel Xeon X5355 Clovertown 2.66GHz Socket 771 2U Passive Processor Model BX80563X5355P

2 - Update A-DATA 2GB 240-Pin DDR2 FB-DIMM DDR2 667 (PC2 5300) ECC Fully Buffered Server Memory Model SC2PE0B36

I'd be looking at 3400.00 here, but my render times should just about drop through the floor. I'm guessing on average, a frame render that takes about an hour with my current setup (E6700 C2Duo) should go somewhere in the neighborhood of 10 to 15 minutes. Not to mention the fact that I'd still have the C2Duo to network render from.
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