If you look at 2:40, you can see they set the clutch torque limit to "6".
This reminds me of another video I'm having trouble finding, in which someone shows how to install a CPU in the wrong motherboard by scraping off some extra rows of pins.
I'm kind of surprised these aren't a ton faster than the dual E5-2667v2 I got not that long ago. Per Passmark single-cpu benchmarks, 12202 vs. 13915 multithreaded and 1955 vs. 1697 single threaded.
I actually got a v3 recently, and I'm somewhat tempted by the E5-2678v3, but looking at...
The E5-4610 V3 does DDR4, unless I'm misunderstading this: Intel® Xeon® Processor E5-4610 v3 (25M Cache, 1.70 GHz) Product Specifications
I thought LGA 2011-1 (Socket R2) was the only LGA2011 variant that could do both DDR3 and DDR4, though I'll admit I'm still not too clear on the specifics.
Are these a good deal?
SR22S Intel Xeon E5-4610v3 10-Core 1.7GHz 25M 6.4GT/s 105W Processor * Pulled * | eBay
I got one a while back for $50 + shipping (from a different seller) mainly just so I could test a server I got... DDR4 is still pricey, so I only got a bit for testing and I'm not...