Yeah you'd be surprised...
Also the components variety isn't that great, especially for anything other than a i5 or i7 4 cores gaming computer.
I'm forced to buy a Motherboard for $400 because that's the cheapest X99 I could find.
CPU: i7 6800k - $590 (i7 6700 is around $400)
You're right, forgot to edit it, I would go for Win7 Ult.
I see, so as long as I only use the dual CPU and 1 SSD I should be fine with 600w.
Found the same RAM for $50, shipping included. (add 17% VAT to it)
This is very appealing indeed. Unfortunately, Newegg doesn't ship to my country.
Ya but I'd need at least 2 computers with i7 6700 to match the dual xeon performance, so in the end it's worth it.
As for the RDIMM, my options are a bit limited since I will need to have it shipped to Israel, can't really find used sticks.
How is this: New Samsung 64GB 8x8GB PC3-8500R...
Yeah the applications I run benefit from multiple cores.
I talked to someone that has a dual xeon 2670 setup and its seems to be very effective for him for the same purpose.
From the calculations I did (according to the data I got from him), I'd need 2.67 x i7 6700 to run the same thing he is...
I haven't purchased anything yet, the only thing I own is 2x8gb sticks and the GPU.
I actually have 3 seasonic PSUs on my other comps, I'm a fan as well.
What do you say about SeaSonic 850W 80+ Gold X-850 SS-850KM for this build?
Should I get SeaSonic 850W 80+ Bronze M12II for $50 less?
Hi, I have 2 i7 6700 and 1 i7 3770k.
I'm looking to expand and thought a dual xeon would be better for my needs.
I have no prior knowledge of workstation build, so based my build on this with few tweaks:
Building a 32-Thread Xeon Monster PC for Less Than the Price of a Flagship Core i7