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If you go to hwbot and search for superpi 32m for i7 970 then my submission is the one that says 4.8mhz (i thought that it was asking for ghz) the proof is in the picture. I had it at 1.397V.


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No. You aren't going to be able to bs me guy, sorry.
Fine, stay ignorant. I do not have to prove anything to you.
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If you have all this money to kill why not simply get an SR-2 with dual X5650s? Overclock them both to a modest OC of like 4.5 GHz and enjoy much more performance than a single 980x at 5.2 Ghz, while also knowing that the chips will last much longer than the couple of weeks your 980 will last at 1.6v.
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Maybe I don't get it but why would you need a $1000 chip when you are going to use 1 thread? Like multiple people have already said a Sandybridge will hit 4.8-5Ghz easy with waay lower voltages. If all you need is one core at the highest speed than a 980x is a total waste, and then an Sr-2 build with 24 threads is going to be an even bigger waste.
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If you have all this money to kill why not simply get an SR-2 with dual X5650s? Overclock them both to a modest OC of like 4.5 GHz and enjoy much more performance than a single 980x at 5.2 Ghz, while also knowing that the chips will last much longer than the couple of weeks your 980 will last at 1.6v.
His argument is that he only wants to use one core, and have that core complete a non-threaded serial task as quickly as possible. There is no practical application that applies to that scenario, thus; we got trolled.
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To keep this thread trolling... I mean rolling. If air isn't good enough and money is no object, have you looked into a custom 24/7 phase change unit?

It's definitely the best of the best of long term cooling. I'm not sure how reliable they are, but that's something you can ask in the phase change section.
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Maybe I don't get it but why would you need a $1000 chip when you are going to use 1 thread? Like multiple people have already said a Sandybridge will hit 4.8-5Ghz easy with waay lower voltages. If all you need is one core at the highest speed than a 980x is a total waste, and then an Sr-2 build with 24 threads is going to be an even bigger waste.
Thank you for your input. What you say makes absolute sense, and with all advice from everyone who actually wanted to help, I am leaning more toward the Sandybridge solution.
Your input is greatly appreciated.

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To keep this thread trolling... I mean rolling. If air isn't good enough and money is no object, have you looked into a custom 24/7 phase change unit?

It's definitely the best of the best of long term cooling. I'm not sure how reliable they are, but that's something you can ask in the phase change section.
I already have a phase change unit but have not connected it. Got it from a guy in Slovenia. I will be investigating this avenue after completing the water cooling system.
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His argument is that he only wants to use one core, and have that core complete a non-threaded serial task as quickly as possible. There is no practical application that applies to that scenario, thus; we got trolled.
There are but you just dont know too much about them unfortunately. There is a very specific scenario that needs catering too, and this application falls under that. You most definitely did not get trolled, and POSITIVE input from all other users has helped me immensely, mainly to re-think about getting a Sandybrige processor (2600 K), and they have made sense, while you are just set about proving that I am trying to trick everyone. Please, if you do not have any suggestions, or anything positive to say, then do not say it. Others have helped greatly, and you have not.
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There are but you just dont know too much about them unfortunately. There is a very specific scenario that needs catering too, and this application falls under that. You most definitely did not get trolled, and POSITIVE input from all other users has helped me immensely, mainly to re-think about getting a Sandybrige processor (2600 K), and they have made sense, while you are just set about proving that I am trying to trick everyone. Please, if you do not have any suggestions, or anything positive to say, then do not say it. Others have helped greatly, and you have not.
Just so you know there is a multi-quote button so you don't have to double and triple post. Back to the issue, the 2600K is better clock for clock but it depends on what you are using the rig for. If you need something that will actually use 12 threads then the 980X is the way to go but since you said Hyper Threading would be turned off I'm assuming that's not the case so a highly clocked 2600K may be the better choice.

Watercooling wise I would go with a EK Supreme HF, Thermochill 360mm radiator, and six San Ace 9SG1212G101 fans. Those fans are very loud 64dBA but from the looks of this thread it will be away in some server room cranking away on its own. Those fans have the BEST static pressure that I have ever seen and would provide excellent temps.
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