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dude, off topic completely !!!!
a pro dodge my friend, very evasive
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Any ideas on which Mobo to get, as I previously had Asus Ramapage III Extreme ?
I don't have enough first hand experience with SB to really make a recommendation yet.

There are plenty of reviews around the net, and several OCN members, which might be useful though.
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I don't have enough first hand experience with SB to really make a recommendation yet.

There are plenty of reviews around the net, and several OCN members, which might be useful though.
Thanks mate, much appreciated with all the help provided. I really find it hard to understand what the previous poster is finding hard to understand with how and what the application has to do. You have been so quick to understand, so your opinion and feedback is greatly appreciated.

Cheers
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One thing I will add is to have realistic expextations as to how far you can OC on an SR-2. Don't expect to replicate the OC's of a single 980x as the SR2 seems to have trouble with high bclks.

But I agree that in most cases (I don't really understand your program either) the parallel processing power of more cores will out do even the most extreme OC.
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One thing I will add is to have realistic expextations as to how far you can OC on an SR-2. Don't expect to replicate the OC's of a single 980x as the SR2 seems to have trouble with high bclks.

But I agree that in most cases (I don't really understand your program either) the parallel processing power of more cores will out do even the most extreme OC.
Thanks for that.

Also, trust me, this has nothing to do with parallel processing. The application is that simple, yes. It does not process just some static data, hence throwing 'parallelism' at it will not help. As said before, I cannot describe the app, but as I said before, I have tested it extensively on a 980X rig, and it is only raw CPU speed that gets the most out. The application is not mis-designed. It just has a very specific purpose, and some people seem to understand what it is supposed to do, while some of you others cant imagine a scenario where such an app would make sense. Well guess what, neither did I until there was a business case for it.
An application that would be similar to it, is an app that parses an XML file. You cannot throw more threads at it, it has to parsed in sequence. This is something very similar. I hope this explains a little bit about it.

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Thanks for that.

Also, trust me, this has nothing to do with parallel processing. The application is that simple, yes. It does not process just some static data, hence throwing 'parallelism' at it will not help. As said before, I cannot describe the app, but as I said before, I have tested it extensively on a 980X rig, and it is only raw CPU speed that gets the most out. The application is not mis-designed. It just has a very specific purpose, and some people seem to understand what it is supposed to do, while some of you others cant imagine a scenario where such an app would make sense. Well guess what, neither did I until there was a business case for it.
An application that would be similar to it, is an app that parses an XML file. You cannot throw more threads at it, it has to parsed in sequence. This is something very similar. I hope this explains a little bit about it.

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False. Split the XML in to batches of parent/child nodes and process each batch asynchronously.
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False. Split the XML in to batches of parent/child nodes and process each batch asynchronously.
Not in this case. It HAS to be processed sequentially, HAS to is the paramount word here.
Also, you cannot split it into batches until you have parsed it and constructed a full tree, so that completely defeats the point. Dude, seriously, are you going to make a single post that will in any way be helpful ?
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In that case your app seems to have 2500k written all over it. Hope to get a good batch or buy one from someone who got an early +5ghz one and call it a day.
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Not in this case. It HAS to be processed sequentially, HAS to is the paramount word here.
Also, you cannot split it into batches until you have parsed it and constructed a full tree, so that completely defeats the point. Dude, seriously, are you going to make a single post that will in any way be helpful ?
False again. Nothing ever has to be processed sequentially unless you specifically code it to. Everything you can possibly think of can be processed in parallel.

Splitting an XML file is so elementary. Convert to binary large object. Use a real expression to find the parent node that denotes the beginning/ending of a batch. Use a FOR loop to loop through the count() of parent nodes found. Open a thread for each parse method and pass each batch asynchronously. Assign each thread to a separate core on the processor. Win.
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False again. Nothing ever has to be processed sequentially unless you specifically code it to. Everything you can possibly think of can be processed in parallel.

Splitting an XML file is so elementary. Convert to binary large object. Use a real expression to find the parent node that denotes the beginning/ending of a batch. Use a FOR loop to loop through the count() of parent nodes found. Open a thread for each parse method and pass each batch asynchronously. Assign each thread to a separate core on the processor. Win.
You really dont give up, do you...I will give you that
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