Chinese x79/C602 board

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word of caution: our board has a P67 chipset controlling the SATA ports. This has been reported in the past to have caused the SATA 3.0 to fail. I hope what we got on this board has been fixed ;(
 

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There is a way to unlock the multiplier and do ram patch but i am not just very good at this yet.... see if you can follow the instruction on that russian page.
 

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I got a few 2011 v3 cpu around. bought them to test out z10pe-d16.....

was thinking I should get an x99 mb before price heads back up again. I guess not too many people buy them right now bc of high ddr4 price?that's the biggest hurdle for me too..but its crazy that these brand name mb are cheaper than x79 or the Chinese ones. need to find one that would take both ecc and non ecc ddr4

in EST timezone...lol
 
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I got a few 2011 v3 cpu around. bought them to test out z10pe-d16.....

was thinking I should get an x99 mb before price heads back up again. I guess not too many people buy them right now bc of high ddr4 price?that's the biggest hurdle for me too..but its crazy that these brand name mb are cheaper than x79 or the Chinese ones. need to find one that would take both ecc and non ecc ddr4

in EST timezone...lol
x79 is rare and hard to find, everyone needs them.
i have a Z10PE-D16 WS (350€ Alternate-Outlet)
You can take all ASRock X99 boards, with a Xeon all types of DDR4 is supported because ASRock is full wired.
I have X99M Killer, X99M extreme 4, X99E-ITX/ac.
Gigabyte X99 supports only 1Rx8 RDIMM but not tested.
Had 4 samsung 32GB 2Rx4 regECC DIMM's running(128GB in 4 slots) but sold them last year.
 

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I got a few 2011 v3 cpu around. bought them to test out z10pe-d16.....

was thinking I should get an x99 mb before price heads back up again. I guess not too many people buy them right now bc of high ddr4 price?that's the biggest hurdle for me too..but its crazy that these brand name mb are cheaper than x79 or the Chinese ones. need to find one that would take both ecc and non ecc ddr4

in EST timezone...lol
Damn, didn't know these were going for so cheap! Also the cooling of the VRMs looks pretty solid. I would overclock the sh*t out of these lol.
 

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Damn, didn't know these were going for so cheap! Also the cooling of the VRMs looks pretty solid. I would overclock the sh*t out of these lol.
lga2011-3 haswell & broadwell uses FIVR(fully integrated voltage regulators)
means the biggest job is done inside of the cpu not on the mobo,
 
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lga2011-3 haswell & broadwell uses FIVR(fully integrated voltage regulators)
means the biggest job is done inside of the cpu not on the mobo,
That's great. Didn't know about that. So I would just need a high TDP heatsink to handle the overclock. I would only need the OC for editing/rendering videos. Thanks for the reply :)
 

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That's great. Didn't know about that. So I would just need a high TDP heatsink to handle the overclock. I would only need the OC for editing/rendering videos. Thanks for the reply :)
do you use an outdated software ? no multi-core support ?
its easy'er to use a cheap 10/12 core with hyperthreading for rendering.
thought cinebench score is a value for a good editing/rendering cpu :(
 

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do you use an outdated software ? no multi-core support ?
its easy'er to use a cheap 10/12 core with hyperthreading for rendering.
thought cinebench score is a value for a good editing/rendering cpu :(
I'm using Magix Vegas Pro and After Effects right now. I have been using a dual E5440 "workstation" with 32GB RAM right now and it's working pretty good for the money I paid. I'm looking for a cost effective solution currently. I might even wait for DDR4 ram prices to drop(if they ever drop...).
 

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I'm using Magix Vegas Pro and After Effects right now. I have been using a dual E5440 "workstation" with 32GB RAM right now and it's working pretty good for the money I paid. I'm looking for a cost effective solution currently. I might even wait for DDR4 ram prices to drop(if they ever drop...).
the E5440 is early architecture from intel, habe one E5440(modified) too running on a Gigabyte lga775 mobo.
a single E5-2628Lv3 QS (10cores 20 threads at 2.1ghz )for about 160€ will do much more.
on a comparisn haswell-e has 50% more cinebench, haswell-e has hyperthrading(is a plus of 50% again)
or with other words: a haswell-e 6 core at 2 ghz will do the same than 2x E5440.
what is the cinebenchR15 score of your system ?
 

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the E5440 is early architecture from intel, habe one E5440(modified) too running on a Gigabyte lga775 mobo.
a single E5-2628Lv3 QS (10cores 20 threads at 2.1ghz )for about 160€ will do much more.
on a comparisn haswell-e has 50% more cinebench, haswell-e has hyperthrading(is a plus of 50% again)
or with other words: a haswell-e 6 core at 2 ghz will do the same than 2x E5440.
what is the cinebenchR15 score of your system ?
I managed to get a ~670cb score a month ago. I see what you mean though. I might start looking for that E5. Need to check with a local shop that sells used server hardware.
 

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cool! yeah, def think I will get one right now just bc they look so cheap before they start to head back up. The other day I saw a tyan s7012 x58 dual cpu slots going for $50 shipping for free. wish I picked up one. now its back to close to $100 shipped.

so getting back to x99, I guess support for ECC is not guaranteed on every one?