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so thanks friends
is any major difference between Server mother board for 980gx and some motherboards like ASUS - Rampage II Extreme ?

if there is major differences please refer a good server motherboard for 980gx
    
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Seasonic and corsair are usually quality supplies but you can't suggest any 80+ bronze supply to be high quality, it doesn't work that way.
I suggest it mainly for efficiency. I also never said anything about the rating being high quality. In fact, my PSU isn't ranked in the 80Plus and is actually a great quality PSU.
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so thanks friends
is any major difference between Server mother board for 980gx and some motherboards like ASUS - Rampage II Extreme ?

if there is major differences please refer a good server motherboard for 980gx
Why do you need a single-socket server board? Note that they are more expensive without performance/overclocking features.

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I suggest it mainly for efficiency. I also never said anything about the rating being high quality. In fact, my PSU isn't ranked in the 80Plus and is actually a great quality PSU.
What PSU? If it isn't 80+, then it must be using an old design....
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What PSU? If it isn't 80+, then it must be using an old design....
Diablotek PHD 650

I thought it had died on me before, but that was due to a problem with my motherboard. I jump started it and it works without any problems.
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Why do you need a single-socket server board? Note that they are more expensive without performance/overclocking features.


What PSU? If it isn't 80+, then it must be using an old design....
it means you refer two xeon cpus?
they told me there is no mainboard for using two core i7
    
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i only have 12 hours to create list of system config
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nobody can give you a system build list - you have missed off 2 key pieces of information - the budget and the system requirements.

Without that info we can't help.
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what would you like this system to have... post that and youll probably have 5 or 6 builds within ten minutes.
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it means you refer two xeon cpus?
they told me there is no mainboard for using two core i7
The Core-i7 processor does not permit being installed in multi-socket motherboards.

If you go Xeon, there are motherboards that will allow you to run 2 (or more) Xeon processors. That is one of the benefits of some of the Xeon processors - the option to run multi-processor system configurations.

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i only have 12 hours to create list of system config
please help
If you don't know the difference between Xeon and non-Xeon, I don't think you should be putting together a system config, no offense.

You haven't provided basic information on the build - (1) Cost and (2) purpose.

It's about knowing your own limits and being able to manage client expectations. If you are not completely familiar with the technology, it is better to admit that than to overbuild and oversell something which the client doesn't need.

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A single desktop quad-core Core i7 processor provides 8 processing threads. 12 if you go with a newer hex-core with hyper-threading. If you go with a dual-socket Xeon configuration, you get 16 - 24 processing threads.

I'd like to know what you're running that can effectively make use of 8 threads, to start with. Let alone 16 - 24 threads.
Edited by ComGuards - 6/10/10 at 2:49pm
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i asked them what do they want this system for

they want to install automation . they have a large network upto 200 computers this system is server of this automation . and this system must to send recive backup information of some persons. now what do you refer for us . i read in this forum that 980x can overclock to 4.8GHZ . now 2 xeons are better or one 980@4.8
the budget around 3.5K
thanks
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