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<500W for 128 threads running AVX2 workload! Although prob over 500W on 110V AC.
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Looks promising but I think it could be a while before it fits my profile for "budget server". 


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Looks promising but I think it could be a while before it fits my profile for "budget server". 

Ditto for sure. Maybe budget on the power. But we don't have the opposite of a 'budget' server thread. Maybe it will be in several years.


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Looks promising but I think it could be a while before it fits my profile for "budget server". 

Agreed, those CPUs are only what.. $3700 USD each or something silly like that?

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Wow, these would fit my electrical as well as home cooling budget... thumb.gif
Perhaps my financial budget will have room for a couple in a few years.



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I havent gotten around to posting my "budget" builds..2 Z9PE-D8 rigs...boards were pricey...one of these days I will.
I was wondering if anyone is going to look at Threadripper. They are clocked higher than most Xeons I know, wonder how good they'd be, or how "budget" they'd be.redface.gif

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Performance would have to be pretty awesome to beat ES Xeon CPUs. The 1950x CPU alone costs 2x the system 2670v1 2P system I built. Add in a new, expensive x399 motherboard plus the rest and it could be 3x the cost. It's hard to put anything brand new in the budget section. Some day though.

I'd like to see BOINC performance numbers on one though. Hopefully it'll push more used Xeon systems to eBay.


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Performance would have to be pretty awesome to beat ES Xeon CPUs. The 1950x CPU alone costs 2x the system 2670v1 2P system I built. Add in a new, expensive x399 motherboard plus the rest and it could be 3x the cost. It's hard to put anything brand new in the budget section. Some day though.

I'd like to see BOINC performance numbers on one though. Hopefully it'll push more used Xeon systems to eBay.

One thing we have to keep in mind though with the v1 setups is they have gotten significantly more expensive than they were six months ago. Natex is selling their bundles at pretty much twice the cost of what they used to be for example.

I'm contemplating a Threadripper setup myself for my gaming and audio rig, but we'll see because a bunch of other hobbies are threatening to take over any spare funds my wallet may have... I am definitely curious about performance numbers, whenever AMD decides they'll let people see such numbers that is.

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One thing we have to keep in mind though with the v1 setups is they have gotten significantly more expensive than they were six months ago. Natex is selling their bundles at pretty much twice the cost of what they used to be for example.

I'm contemplating a Threadripper setup myself for my gaming and audio rig, but we'll see because a bunch of other hobbies are threatening to take over any spare funds my wallet may have... I am definitely curious about performance numbers, whenever AMD decides they'll let people see such numbers that is.

You wouldn't exactly need a Threadripper for that, a R7 1700X with DDR4-2666 would do nicely. Seems to be the sweet spot from what I've been reading. After all that reading/watching of various threads and videos, I feel like I am becoming an AMD fanboy, kind of hating on Intel/Nvidia a little before, more so after reading all the junk that goes on. I am sure its goes the other way, i.e. AMD's hype train...

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You wouldn't exactly need a Threadripper for that, a R7 1700X with DDR4-2666 would do nicely. Seems to be the sweet spot from what I've been reading. After all that reading/watching of various threads and videos, I feel like I am becoming an AMD fanboy, kind of hating on Intel/Nvidia a little before, more so after reading all the junk that goes on. I am sure its goes the other way, i.e. AMD's hype train...

I'm not talking simple audio usage, but with a decent amount of plugins and VSTi's running all at once... ^_^ 4k video editing will also be involved with the rig, as well as occasional BOINC usage. I've always wanted a HEDT rig anyways, and ThreadRipper also has the huge benefit of qud channel memory, which can play rather heavily once you get a few plugins going in whatever DAW you're running.

I'm also one of those silly people that would much rather use 3200CL14 versus 2666 when possible ^_^

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