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VocalTechnique wrote:
High End CPUs - Updated - Page 4 Benchm10



What was the depth search?
What was the total number of Nodes searched?

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High End CPUs - Updated 4th of May 2014
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High End CPUs - Updated 16th of July 2014
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I would like to have one of top 5  cool 

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@Waldemar wrote:
I would like to have one of top 5  cool 


I would like to have one of top 20 biggrin

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High End CPUs - Updated 1st of August 2014
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Come soon : i7-5960X "My new dream" hahaha

Interesting information about this new processor!!! :
http://www.kitguru.net/components/cpu/anton-shilov/intel-core-i7-5960x-haswell-e-de-lidded-interesting-discoveries-found/
http://www.ocdrift.com/intel-core-i7-5960x-de-lidded-haswell-e-uses-soldered-thermal-interface-material-tim/

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@ful wrote:


Haswell-E is expected to be released in September 2014, and the rumoured specifications suggested that the top model namely the Core i7-5960X will have 8 cores, 16 threads and clocked at 3.0GHz with a 3.3GHz Turbo peak.

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High End CPUs - Updated 7th of October 2014
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@ful wrote:
Come soon :  i7-5960X     "My new dream"  hahaha



My dream is to have Dual Intel Core i7-5960X @ 3.00GHz (16cores/32threads) twisted

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@Waldemar wrote:
@ful wrote:
Come soon :  i7-5960X     "My new dream"  hahaha



My dream is to have Dual Intel Core i7-5960X @ 3.00GHz (16cores/32threads) twisted

How about dropping $10,000 - $20,000 on a mobile server with dual Xeon chips, up to 8 (yes) 8 Terabytes of HDD or SSD?
http://www.eurocom.com/ec/productsg(6)ec

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There are motherboards that support two i7 5960x ??? As in xeon ??? rolleyes biggrin

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@ful wrote:
There are motherboards that support two i7 5960x ??? As in xeon ??? rolleyes biggrin  

From what I have read, the most popular and powerful motherboard to use with the New i7-5960X is the ASUS Rampage V X99 architecture board. This is a picture of the board front on:

High End CPUs - Updated - Page 4 Rampag11

Although there is only one CPU slot, look at how big the CPU is!
Also, I noticed there are FOUR! slots for GPUs...

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But motherboard with 1 slot (Socket 2011-3) supports this:
Intel Haswell-EP Xeon E5-2699 V3 With 18 Cores, 36 Threads and 45 MB L3, Socket 2011-3
I found that ASRock's X99 WS MB supports it. And I think another MBs with Intel's X99 chipset must support it too.

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High End CPUs - Updated - Page 4 X10DRL-i_spec

Supermicro X10DRL-i ATX form factor! supports up to 18 cores (per slot) *2 = 36 cores, and 512GB memory.

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Supermicro X10DRi-LN4+ EE ATX form factor supports up to 1.5TB memory.

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Asus Z10PE-D8 WS (EEB form factor)
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http://www.asus.com/Commercial_Servers_Workstations/Z10PED8_WS/

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I already knew of the existence motherboard for xeon that support up to 4 processors .... But always read about that for i7 for example was not a possible thing because they are not designed for it ... But that has rumures this new i7 is a derivative of a xeon ... then it might be possible to be sure .... I think to buy it should contact the manufacturer of the motherboard ... biggrin
if someone already did this contact take our doubts ... thank you thumb up rolleyes biggrin

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@ful wrote:
I already knew of the existence motherboard for xeon that support up to 4 processors .... But always read about that for i7 for example was not a possible thing because they are not designed for it ... But that has rumures this new i7 is a derivative of a xeon ... then it might be possible to be sure .... I think to buy it should contact the manufacturer of the motherboard ... biggrin
if someone already did this contact take our doubts ... thank you thumb up rolleyes biggrin


Why do you want to use i7 (5960x) instead Xeon with double socket motherboards?
You can use Intel Xeon E5-2670 v3 instead i7 which is a little bit powerful but expensive.
Or you can buy 2xIntel Xeon E5-2640 v3 to save some money.

You can compare them (Intel Core i7-5960X vs Xeon E5-2640 v3) here.

Xeon E5-2640 v3 is $60 cheaper and has -50 TDP.

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good had not seen it ... For what is seen is that xeon even better .... thumb up eek biggrin

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High End CPUs - Updated 17th of February 2015
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High End CPUs - Updated 27th of June 2015
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http://www.cnet.com/news/intels-new-skylake-core-i-series-chips-tested/

Dan Ackerman (c/net) wrote:
Coming right on the heels of Intel's Broadwell line of processors, the new 6th generation of Core i-series CPUs, known by the code name Skylake, has officially debuted at the Gamescom video game trade show in Germany.

The first wave of new Skylake processors includes only a pair of very high-end chips for performance desktops
- Core i5-6600K
- Core i7-6700K

Intel claims you'll see about a 10 percent boost in overall performance over the previous generation of high-end desktop CPUs, along with easier overclocking, and native support for newer DDR4 RAM.

Skylake represents the "tock" of Intel's tick-tock update cycle. The "tick" represents a major physical, structural change, such as moving to a 14nm (which refers to the size of a transistor on the chip) manufacturing process, while the "tock" represents new features on top of the previous generation's size change, which is the case for this 6th generation of Core i-series processors.

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High End CPUs - Updated - Page 4 Haswel10

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very good clap clap bigsmile

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Considering all factors including current mainstream trends such as the Intel Core i3, i5, and i7 Haswell architecture, the gains from upgrading to the new Skylake processors are minimal (about 10%).
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Some things to note:
- Core i7-4790k runs a base clock at 4.0GHz and turbo boosts to 4.5GHz on 4 cores for roughly $300.00
- Core i7-4790k is technically overclocked "out of box"
- Core i7-6700k runs a base clock at 4.0GHz and turbo boosts to 4.2GHz on 4 cores for roughly $400.00.
- Core i7-6700k architecture is easier to overclock.
Richard Ledbetter (eurogamer.net) wrote:
Intel claims that the new i7 is ten per cent faster than the 4790K, 20 per cent faster than the 4770K and features a 30 per cent uplift over Ivy Bridge. But for many, the only metrics that count will be the comparison to vintage Sandy Bridge. We ran some quick synthetic benchmarks, finding it to be around 35 to 50 per cent faster at stock clocks (but remember that Skylake's base clock is 4.0GHz, compared to 3.5GHz on the Sandy/Ivy Bridge parts we've tested). Compared to last year's Devil's Canyon i7 though, differences range from nothing at all to around 11 per cent.

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