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None of the V4 E5 series are unlocked.
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Bummer.. seems to be a fair amount of those going around at a "decent" price.. You guys know if the 1680 V3 is unlocked?
post #683 of 695
1680v3 should be unlocked.

I take it there's a particular reason you want a Xeon, just that used prices seem really high now especially considering the CPU's that have recently been launched. The 8700k is six core and unlocked with a 3 year warranty new while the older used Xeon's are probably going to lose value quite a bit. Something to consider maybe.
post #684 of 695
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1680v3 should be unlocked.

I take it there's a particular reason you want a Xeon, just that used prices seem really high now especially considering the CPU's that have recently been launched. The 8700k is six core and unlocked with a 3 year warranty new while the older used Xeon's are probably going to lose value quite a bit. Something to consider maybe.

Yeah just the core count and PCI lanes interest me and the fact I already have a few x99 boards laying around so.. I can get the 1680 V3 for $800-900 and the 6900K is over $1500 lol the 6800K is $500-600 and I could have gotten the 1650 V3 for $530 and that has more PCI lanes. I mostly just want some CPU's to play around with. I'll probably drop one in a capture/recording PC so high core-count/clock speed would be nice (like a 6/8 core biggrin.gif) I might drop the 8 core I bought into a mining rig and the 1620 into a spare system. Not saying I'll buy a 1680 V3 or even the 1650 but if I find one at a reasonable price I might grab it

Unfortunately finding specific info on Xeon's like it being unlocked isn't that easy to find with them being not so common
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Originally Posted by ucode View Post

1680v3 should be unlocked.

I take it there's a particular reason you want a Xeon, just that used prices seem really high now especially considering the CPU's that have recently been launched. The 8700k is six core and unlocked with a 3 year warranty new while the older used Xeon's are probably going to lose value quite a bit. Something to consider maybe.

Yeah just the core count and PCI lanes interest me and the fact I already have a few x99 boards laying around so.. I can get the 1680 V3 for $800-900 and the 6900K is over $1500 lol the 6800K is $500-600 and I could have gotten the 1650 V3 for $530 and that has more PCI lanes. I mostly just want some CPU's to play around with. I'll probably drop one in a capture/recording PC so high core-count/clock speed would be nice (like a 6/8 core biggrin.gif) I might drop the 8 core I bought into a mining rig and the 1620 into a spare system. Not saying I'll buy a 1680 V3 or even the 1650 but if I find one at a reasonable price I might grab it

Unfortunately finding specific info on Xeon's like it being unlocked isn't that easy to find with them being not so common

I have a E5-1620v2 in a P9X79 WS running at 4.4 and a E5-1650v3 in an X99-E WS running at 4.4. They will both clock higher but I keep them conservative running FEA for days at a time - literally for hundreds of hours straight at full clock speed. X79 rig is 5+ years old on a 120mm AIO - X99 about 2 years old on custom water loop with 240 rad - neither have ever crashed. Fan on the X79 rad will spool up like a jet engine sometimes. The dual fans on the X99 rad never seem to come off min RPM. Both stay plenty cool - below 80C at most. Also using ECC RAM in both - 32g in X79, 64g in X99.

Can you really find a 1680v3 for $800? 8C/16T might be a nice upgrade to my X99 - if it will clock up a bit. The 1680 was way too expensive when I built this rig. At the time I think I gave over a grand for the 1650.

I'm not convinced the E5-16xx V4 series won't overclock - I thought all 1600's would, but I don't know anyone that is running a v4 to confirm.

Anyone know if the newly released W series will overclock?
    
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I have a E5-1620v2 in a P9X79 WS running at 4.4 and a E5-1650v3 in an X99-E WS running at 4.4. They will both clock higher but I keep them conservative running FEA for days at a time - literally for hundreds of hours straight at full clock speed. X79 rig is 5+ years old on a 120mm AIO - X99 about 2 years old on custom water loop with 240 rad - neither have ever crashed. Fan on the X79 rad will spool up like a jet engine sometimes. The dual fans on the X99 rad never seem to come off min RPM. Both stay plenty cool - below 80C at most. Also using ECC RAM in both - 32g in X79, 64g in X99.

Can you really find a 1680v3 for $800? 8C/16T might be a nice upgrade to my X99 - if it will clock up a bit. The 1680 was way too expensive when I built this rig. At the time I think I gave over a grand for the 1650.

I'm not convinced the E5-16xx V4 series won't overclock - I thought all 1600's would, but I don't know anyone that is running a v4 to confirm.

Anyone know if the newly released W series will overclock?


Is the ECC function actually working on those boards? I know some Asus boards will allow ECC ram but they don't usually list it or the ECC function just won't work. Yeah you can get the 1680 V3 for around $800-850 (it'll probably be around $700-750 in the US) I saw the Intel spec sheet and I think the 1680 went for $1800 or more on first release so that's pretty close to the 6900K
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Is the ECC function actually working on those boards? I know some Asus boards will allow ECC ram but they don't usually list it or the ECC function just won't work. Yeah you can get the 1680 V3 for around $800-850 (it'll probably be around $700-750 in the US) I saw the Intel spec sheet and I think the 1680 went for $1800 or more on first release so that's pretty close to the 6900K

Yes, ECC is functional. There is a BIOS option to enable.
    
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Heatkiller IV Copper CPU Waterblock Cougar Vortex 120mm PWM Fans Win 7 Ultimate 64 - Moving to Win 10 ASAP BenQ PD3200U 
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Yes, ECC is functional. There is a BIOS option to enable.

Neat thanks. I was actually looking at the x99-E WS the mATX version that would be fun running an 8 core lol. The x99-E-10G WS that has the two 10 gig NIC's would be pretty insane for a capture/mining rig and the 10 gig NIC's would come in pretty good use.

I want more toys tongue.gif
post #689 of 695
Running two e5-26xx 12 cores at 3ghz and gtx-1080ti and gtx-1070, using CLC Coolers on xeons.
post #690 of 695
I have Asus P7P55 deluxe with X3460, I can't get it past 4.06Ghz.... At 4.1, it blue screens no matter how much voltage I put.
I have it at 20 and BLCK 204 I believe..
Anything I can do or should I switch to another CPU? Why are people getting further with a x3440? It's 4c/8t as well. Please help me out thumb.gifthumb.gifthumb.gif
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