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  • 16% (4)
    E3-1275
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    2600k
  • 16% (4)
    2500k
  • 4% (1)
    Other E3 series
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post #11 of 21
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Originally Posted by matroska View Post
Sorry, but i find it hard to believe...They're not enthusiast chips unlike the 2500k and the 2600K.
Nothing about it is said at cpu-world.com or even Intel's website... Got to wait for some news on the subject
Many Xeons previously have had Unlocked Multipliers so I wouldn't be surprised if it did have an unlocked one.

Besides, LGA 1155 as a whole is Mainstream and not enthusiast.
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post #12 of 21
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Many Xeons previously have had Unlocked Multipliers so I wouldn't be surprised if it did have an unlocked one.

Besides, LGA 1155 as a whole is Mainstream and not enthusiast.
Lga 1155 as a whole isn't even overclockable,just the "k"series.I wouldn't be surprised if the xeon's are locked.Gone are the days when you could overclock "any"cpu.Now you have to use what intel says.
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post #13 of 21
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Lga 1155 as a whole isn't even overclockable,just the "k"series.I wouldn't be surprised if the xeon's are locked.Gone are the days when you could overclock "any"cpu.Now you have to use what intel says.

Well, you can overclock the non-K's like 6 multipliers above stock using turbo ratio's.
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post #14 of 21
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Well, you can overclock the non-K's like 6 multipliers above stock using turbo ratio's.
Yes you are right my bad.I remember the turbo only thing when they were first released.
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post #15 of 21
All in all, Xeon's have had unlocked multipliers for a long time. Not all of them do, but a vast majority does so I wouldn't be surprised if this one did especially since its equivalent to a 2600K pretty much.
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post #16 of 21
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Yeah, I'd imagine it could OC the same, and preform better right?
    
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post #17 of 21
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Originally Posted by LethalRise750 View Post
All in all, Xeon's have had unlocked multipliers for a long time. Not all of them do, but a vast majority does so I wouldn't be surprised if this one did especially since its equivalent to a 2600K pretty much.
Most xeons are locked. My X3440 was locked at 19. W3520 are locked too.
post #18 of 21
the only xeons that were unlocked were the ones equivalent to the EE models
like the i7-975 EE/W3580 i7-980x/W5680.but i have a feeling with SB it will be different
since they have the K models(mainstreamed) and limited bclk OCing.

EDIT:Intel Xeon E3-1280 Sandy Bridge Benchmarks and Review
heres a review of the E3-1280 and he says it locked.
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For those building Folding@Home for other CPU intensive servers, the big question is whether ECC is a requirement. If not, the Core i7-2600K is the clear value at approximately half the cost of the E3-1280 and an unlocked multiplier allowing most users to hit 4.4GHz with ease.
so i think these E3-12**'s are just good for turbo OC's at most.
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post #19 of 21
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the only xeons that were unlocked were the ones equivalent to the EE models
like the i7-975 EE/W3580 i7-980x/W5680.but i have a feeling with SB it will be different
since they have the K models(mainstreamed) and limited bclk OCing.

EDIT:Intel Xeon E3-1280 Sandy Bridge Benchmarks and Review
heres a review of the E3-1280 and he says it locked.


so i think these E3-12**'s are just good for turbo OC's at most.
thanks I asked about that on XS the other day with no luck.
post #20 of 21
I just had to ask myself this same question. 2600k or xeon... I found a 2600k for $225 nearly new so it made my decision a bit easier. Then when I considered the OC ability of the 2600K I figured I might even be able to get better performance from it.

I use my stuff mostly for content creation. For the bang for the buck the 2600k is hard to beat.
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