As long as you get the exact same model and stepping and you should be fine.if i just buy 2 different 2699v4 (not a matching pair) will it suite dual processor motherboard just like that?
The gigabyte website, for the 1.1 revision of the board, says it supports v4 cpus. It is common to need a relatively up to date bios to support v4 cpus, so you might need a v3 cpu handy to be able to update the bios.Thanks alot
Does anybody happen to know if Gigabyte MD90-FS0 Motherboard will accept dual 2699 v4 ?
Very much not recommended.I have just realised I am looking at some stranger version of 2699v4:
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Its ES version, QHUP, will it fit?
that and i just love looking at the 22 cores on each of the 2699 v4 cpu over the measly 18 cores on the v3...lol..V4 series (aka Broadwell) , are on 14nm and V3 series (Haswell) are on 22nm node. This makes a very big difference on performance but also on power usage. Significant power savings were observed when workloads migrated to Broadwell from Haswell.
Epyc Rome has much improved numa and root complex vs Epyc Naples.Yeah, I'm running a 2697v3 with 14 cores in one machine, 2.6ghz base clock and 3.1ghz turbo. (got it super cheap some time ago). And a 2667v4 in another workstation (8 core, frequency optimized).
They're both good for what I'm doing with them. The 2667v4 turbo faster and stays in multicore turbo longer and it is only 135w.
The one I'd rather have in both cases is the E5-2687w v4. That's the 12-core workstation, high frequency, lots of cores and threads. Also 165w TDP, but still probably the best "workstation" CPU for high-performance compute with GPU. All those PCIe lanes, single root complex perfect for GPU compute.
The whole Xeon scalable series and the rest of the Xeon current offerings is just not as good for that. It's mostly just the same crap consumer processors with ECC turned on and the clocks locked.
I haven't delved into AMD's offerings lately. When I last looked at them, they had root-complex and NUMA situations that weren't all that good for me.
Lol.I look forward to buying one deeply discounted in 5 years.
I'll dig in and look at what they did.