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[TH]Asus Dominus Extreme Listed for $1,800, Xeon W-3175X $2,979 on Newegg

A bunch of sites said the W-3175X and the motherboards that support it would not come to retail. They were wrong. now you can spend five million for both.

At least the W-3175X has pretty cool packaging, though. I wonder how much that protection plan costs.

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Several media outlets reported that the processors would only come to market in OEM and system integrator systems, a byproduct of Intel's own press release that states the same. But as we reported in our full review, Intel confirmed to us before launch that the processor will come to market as a boxed retail unit, albeit with no firm date set for availability.

True to Intel's word, the processor has now shown up at Newegg and the Tokyo Tech Plaza in Japan, which reveals an entirely new packaging design for Intel's new flagship. We expect more widespread availability from other retail outlets in the coming days. We also learned that the W-3175X is eligible for Intel's tuning protection plan (more on that below).
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This looks absolutely absurd, I love it.

I wonder if EK will do a full-cover block for it?

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Why not they can cash in on it a block that will. Only cost $1000 or more

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^and a few 2000W PSUs.

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^and a few 2000W PSUs. [IMG class=inlineimg]/forum/images/smilies/smile.gif[/IMG]
A 2000w power supply would only be required for extreme cooling when heavily overclocked or if used with AMD's Vega cards.

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Lol I have a Vega Fe card and a i9 7980xe I don't see it drawing a ton of power.

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Quote: Originally Posted by WannaBeOCer View Post
A 2000w power supply would only be required for extreme cooling when heavily overclocked or if used with AMD's Vega cards.
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It's a joke.

It may not be a joke, the board does have two 24-pin ATX connectors, so it depends on what you want to do with it, as Intel says:

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Intel tells us that the second power supply is really only needed for pushing the edge for waterchillers and LN2 cooling,

Anyway, one 2000w PSU is enough (and desirable, to run closer to max. efficiency) if you want to have a fully featured system on traditional custom water cooling. I fully expect people who will actually be going forward with putting together a system like this for status to go all in, I mean, if you already lost your mind, at least lose it properly.

- That means putting both the CPU and GPUs under custom water, probably with separate radiators and powerful fans;
- Use a generous amount of high-speed DDR4, anything less than 4000 Mhz is pedestrian at this level. So, at least 48 GB of RAM on the six channel interface;
- Overclock the CPU to at least 4.3 Ghz on all 28 cores, preferably 4.5 Ghz; more seems like it needs a water chiller.
- Use two Titan RTX's overclocked to 2 Ghz+ on water (~330w power consumption each);
- Use 4 TB SSDs in RAID, possibly also some Optane;



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