Regarding lga3647 coolers, I went with Noctua "NH-D9 DX-3647 4U". I have X11-DPI-NT, but the socket placement is same as the DPH board. The fans are alot smaller on the nh-d9 (92mm) compared to those on the NH-U14S, and the orientation with the D9 pushes the air toward the I/O panel.. just another option incase any looking for 3647 coolers. And of course there's the supermicro cooler solutions with smaller fan, if needing even lower profile....Be aware: NH-U14S DX-3647 coolers are a bit too big for X11DPH, use NH-U12S DX-3647 instead. Or go with water cooling....
Yup thats looks like DDR3 for sure. But i'm not interested in a QEY8 anymore, my Epyc is running strong@nero243 @scraper and everyone else looking at the Haswell EP QEY8 ES Cpus:
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It looks to really be ddr3.
Obviously, no experience with it jet.
I'm using a Supermicro H11ssl-i, runs rocksolid like that. But i need a old Bios version or i'll get a instant crash under allcore load, might be a Agesa issue or a CPB issue with the ES. I have to do some more testing on that.hi nero243, what is the motherboard and was it stress tested or something? looks nice
Singlecore performance really depends on the memory interleaving settings and the core priority of the OS. Best was around 130, the multicore score drops to 3800 like that and with the multicore settings the singlecore score drops to about 110.whats the single core score for your setup and thermals under load ? thanks