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post #14741 of 14758 (permalink) Old 07-10-2019, 10:12 PM
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The question can not be answered properly if you are not telling as your requirements for the system, especially the sofware you like to run. And your budget of course.

But about the evga sr2 thing : forget about it, if you are not able to pick it up for a bargin (maybe 200 euros) and even then you have to consider double cooling costs, double ram costs, double cpu costs, double energy costs, psu costs and a mostly expensive case to fit in that evga htpx form factor. So i think this is far away from a budget build

For the numbers : a well 4,6ghz oc will be round about 30 percent slower than a ryzen 3600x in non avx related benchmarks (for example https://browser.geekbench.com/v4/cpu...eline=13604584 ). (CPU is running with 4,6 allcore, no boost to 5ghz, nevermind about the geekbench reporting)
Cinebench R15 (its a non avx bench) :

about 1100 MC and 144 SC vs about 1600 MC and 200 SC

CB R20 (uses AVX but the avx gap is not that huge compared to other software, for example pi benchmarking or so)

MC about MC 2300 and 290 SC vs 3500 MC and 474 SC
Yea, perhaps the SR-2 is more of a collector's piece nowadays anyways.
After looking into it I think it may be just an expensive plaything

Is 220 Euros a good price for one tho?

For the application for the workstation,I'm looking into some CAD/Solidworks stuff and probably some fluid dynamics simulation in the future.

Would it make more sense to move up to X79 instead?
I wouldn’t bother with x79 unless you find a great deal, they are slightly more expensive, you can’t overclock x79 xeons, and Ryzen 3xxx just makes more sense once you start spending more money.

X58 is still viable, but if you are going to do it I recommend going as budget-friendly as possible and aiming for a solid OC on a cheap Xeon. If you can find a really good deal on a cheaper/earlier board that supports Xeons / six core chips, then just grab a SATA III card and USB 3.x card to add lacking features. You can probably pick up either of those cards for $20 or less.

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sure you can overclock x79 xeons, the 1650, 1660, 1650v2, 1660v2 and 1680v2 (8core) are all unlocked.
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This is how it games with twin RX 570's (not overclocked) and that was only 4.4Ghz Boost = How it was tuned https://valid.x86.fr/b85ddy
Nice. I've been 4K gaming since 2014-2015. 1440p is really nice as well. Most of the games run at 4K aren't really that competitive except shooters like Doom and I forgot what I got in Unreal, but I remember it being smooth with decent frames at 4K.

I really need to get around to running my Fury X again on some of the latest games. So much time goes into those benchmarks test since my methodology is different than most benchmarking websites.
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I remember reading that this last patch by MS was to add to DX 12 .. Those cards hit 24,300 gpu score in FS and that is right at the new 5700XT for under $300

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To get an accurate reading you would need to order a temp controller/monitor and take apart the Northbridge anyways and mill a small slot into it to put a temp probe. Otherwise the closest thing would be to put a probe as close to it as possible. If you're comfortable repasting I'd do that anyways

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Download HWiNFO, it probably won't say NB so check for the "Auxiliary". That's one of the easiest ways to check your temp. You might be able to find similar software as well.
Backed everything off to stock (besides RAM, that's running it's XMP of 1333), and started a stability test. Ignoring the -115C or something sensor which is clearly wrong (although it would explain the cool breeze I feel lmao), which sensor do you reckon it is? I suspect it's either T0 or T2, since SB is probably the southbridge. IOH is kind of an unknown, since it's an extremely low temp in comparison to the rest.

Is it terribly hard to repaste a mobo? I'll admit I've only done CPUs and GPUs, but I am comfortable doing those.
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Backed everything off to stock (besides RAM, that's running it's XMP of 1333), and started a stability test. Ignoring the -115C or something sensor which is clearly wrong (although it would explain the cool breeze I feel lmao), which sensor do you reckon it is? I suspect it's either T0 or T2, since SB is probably the southbridge. IOH is kind of an unknown, since it's an extremely low temp in comparison to the rest.

Is it terribly hard to repaste a mobo? I'll admit I've only done CPUs and GPUs, but I am comfortable doing those.
Use version v6.0 at least that's what I'm using since I almost never upgrade the program. I don't think it's to difficult to repaste.
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I've seen a couple videos. It's quite easy. There are 2 screws holding the heatsink in, and once you remove them it should come right off

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just remember to run Prime95 or Linx for quite a while(1-2 hours) before TIM change. It will loosen it up. Don'y pry off the heatsink if your computer is cold.
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I just made the switch to ryzen from my x58 setup(r5 1600+board for 140 euro). Performance is definitely on the side of ryzen, but you know....somehow I miss my x58 setup already.
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Just waiting for RTX 2080 Super to hit. I like how the white Gigabyte 2070 Super looks, but want a 2080 Super instead. Black case(white inside), white-ish motherboard scheme, white ram. Been running a Blue theme on this Gigabyte X58 for nearly 10 years now
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