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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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Since the infinity fabric is linked to the memory speeds that 3200 would offer some nice improvements. I'm guessing it might become more useful the more and more chips there are on a CPU package


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Only occasional? frown.gif

Since the infinity fabric is linked to the memory speeds that 3200 would offer some nice improvements. I'm guessing it might become more useful the more and more chips there are on a CPU package

I say occasional because we're talking 200+ watts being dissipated regularly (plus whatever the graphics cars are putting out) into a small room, and I don't handle heat too well. So in the summer, I tend to tone down what's being run, and then of course there's the gaming I do tongue.gif

ThreadRipper would also provide one lovely benefit though... When gaming I could very well keep BOINC running in the background on half the threads tongue.gif

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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 ^_^

Heh, me too, that is why I got the DDR3-2400, think that was the fastest at the time, when I got my 32GB kit for my i7-4790K to run the LHC project (then moved to my 4960X), but its one of those things where YMMV. Memory intensive applications would benefit more, but from a gaming perspective, there is like a 1-2% difference for something like $50 more.

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Heh, me too, that is why I got the DDR3-2400, think that was the fastest at the time, when I got my 32GB kit for my i7-4790K to run the LHC project (then moved to my 4960X), but its one of those things where YMMV. Memory intensive applications would benefit more, but from a gaming perspective, there is like a 1-2% difference for something like $50 more.

For me, it was all of a $5 CAD difference between 1866 and 2400 so I went with the 2400. Kind of wish I had gone with 32GB of ddr3 at the time but this next time I'll make sure to get 64GB with ThreadRipper ^_^ (although 32GB would still suffice, and I could get bdie, aka 3200cl14 ddr4... But I like the idea of being able to make a ram disk if I want, or run the higher demand projects)

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My "Budget" BOINC server is once again fully up and running.  One of the 1070s is running [email protected], but everything else is crunching away. :D

 



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@spdaimon Nice. Lots of crunching power in those two boxes cheers.gif

Yea, I tried to put as much in as I could to maximize what little table space I got. I only wanted to build one, but the first board I got would only work with 1 CPU. RMA'd it with ASUS and ordered a second board, planned to sell the first. I ordered 9 sticks because of some kind of quantity limitation set by PNY and ordered 5 before I found that out. Amazon didnt have the single sticks, so I had to order 2 pairs. Luckily I got 9 because 1 was bad. RMA'd that. Got an XLR8 model back after a couple months, like 4 months I think it took, instead of Anarchy. Looks to be the same spec, anyhoo was using the other 8 anyway. Had a CPU die on the RMA'd mobo..drove me crazy. Thought it was the board again till I tested it in the second board, which is why I bought it. Maybe I could just tested it in one of my X79s in hindsight, but that ment taking apart or potentially damaging a good board...yea, so fun project...I am a fan of the Enthoo Pro cases. Supports the SSI CEB natively, minus one hole. I bought some of those plastic clip-in standoffs for that hole. I believe the other case that might of supported it was the CM Cosmos II...which I'd love to have, but at over $300, thats a pretty substantial investment for a case. The NZXT Phantom 530 is probably my fav case so far, so quiet! The Phanteks with 6 case fans (also Phanteks) its pretty quiet. The 780 Tis get a bit noisy under load, louder than the R9s, but thats just going by ear.

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Yea, I tried to put as much in as I could to maximize what little table space I got. I only wanted to build one, but the first board I got would only work with 1 CPU. RMA'd it with ASUS and ordered a second board, planned to sell the first. I ordered 9 sticks because of some kind of quantity limitation set by PNY and ordered 5 before I found that out. Amazon didnt have the single sticks, so I had to order 2 pairs. Luckily I got 9 because 1 was bad. RMA'd that. Got an XLR8 model back after a couple months, like 4 months I think it took, instead of Anarchy. Looks to be the same spec, anyhoo was using the other 8 anyway. Had a CPU die on the RMA'd mobo..drove me crazy. Thought it was the board again till I tested it in the second board, which is why I bought it. Maybe I could just tested it in one of my X79s in hindsight, but that ment taking apart or potentially damaging a good board...yea, so fun project...I am a fan of the Enthoo Pro cases. Supports the SSI CEB natively, minus one hole. I bought some of those plastic clip-in standoffs for that hole. I believe the other case that might of supported it was the CM Cosmos II...which I'd love to have, but at over $300, thats a pretty substantial investment for a case. The NZXT Phantom 530 is probably my fav case so far, so quiet! The Phanteks with 6 case fans (also Phanteks) its pretty quiet. The 780 Tis get a bit noisy under load, louder than the R9s, but thats just going by ear.

The Rosewill Blackhawk Ultra will natively handle ATX / E-ATX / XL-ATX / SSI CEB & HPTX natively covering all holes.

It will easily fit an MEB quad motherboard if your willing to drill and tap a few holes.

Will easily fit an HD7990 without removing the HD cages.

Not a bad price either, if you have the room for it. (very large full tower)

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