ES Xeon Discussion

Discussion in 'Processors and Motherboards' started by britinpdx, Mar 8, 2015.

  1. chris2020

    chris2020 New Member

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    This thread has (at least) 2 different discussions. One surrounding the blabk lga2066 cpu's that were and maybe still are on ebay. I was foolish for spending 50$ on the blank chip. I was especially foolish for spending more then 4x that for a motherboard while not knowing if the cpu worked.
     
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  2. JoshDi

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    Which ES chip did you buy?
     
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  3. ar_a

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    I can't contribute any positive news, but I can add to the wider body of knowledge and confirm the blank lga2066 cpus also don't post in an MSI x299M-A.

    In the case of the x299M-A the confounding variable is likely because the board doesn't list compatibility with anything other than the 4 core Kaby-x i5-7640x and i7-7740x.

    Since someone earlier in the thread listed an IVR error (Skylake-x using one, and Kaby-x not) and someone else only dual channel ram capability as issues I thought it might be worth checking the cpu in one of the stranger Kaby-x lga2066 boards just in case - $30 for the cpu doesn't hurt too bad!

    ME was set to reserved in Intel FIT and the version was 11.10.0.1287.
     
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  4. mantas

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    I've got the same motherboard and the QEY8 with ddr3 cpu reported as a 14 core and 28 thread 2695 v3, however, aren't QEY8's supposed to be 18 core 2696 v3's ? Could the bios be misinterpreting the cpu and disabling the 4 additional cores?
     
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  5. RolloZ170

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    is your QEY8 2.30 GHZ as it should be ?
    QEY6 is 14 core 2.20 GHZ
     
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  6. mantas

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    Yes, it is. Base frequency is at 2.3GHz, CPUZ is showing the same info as reported by @PuriPuriLive
     
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  7. RolloZ170

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    Can you look with HWinfo (latest version) ?
     
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  8. RolloZ170

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    which mystery meat xeon ?
     
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  9. JoshDi

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    you will need to use bios v2.1 from supermicro to get most ES chips to work on the x11srm-f-o.

    Also, almost all xeons are soldered to the heat spreader so I would definitely not recommend trying to delid Xeon chips. If the chip has a hole on the heat spreader, then its a sign that it is soldered and cannot be delidded.
     
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  10. RolloZ170

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    we dont know which xeon he bought,
    X11SRM is chipset C422 socket LGA2066
     
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  11. mantas

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    Running QEY8 on huananzhi x99-tf bios 10/28/2019 with ddr3 memory. Both CPUZ and HWINFO report different CPU's.
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  12. RolloZ170

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    You got a re-labeled processor, or the heatspreader was replaced, both means its a fake cpu.
     
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  13. mantas

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    Thought so too at first, but it seems like I'm not the only one experiencing this behavior. @PuriPuriLive has reported it as well as this post. It seems like it's an issue with all Huananzhi boards.
     
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  14. RolloZ170

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    TheHuananzhi can not change from ES2(qey8) to ES1.
    there were dozens >> QDCS(14C 2.30Ghz A0 ES1) on the market for nothing, why shouldn't they be made more valuable by relabeling?
    QDCS.jpg
     
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  15. RolloZ170

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    Just try to get warranty informaton here
    if you see no serial number on the heatspreader, use the 4 digit partial serial on the PCB (right lower corner)
    the good one result in "The ATPO entered indicates a tray processor........."
    The fake gives "Your product could not be located.............."
     
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  16. RolloZ170

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    by the way, remember the good old fake E5-2683v3 ? labeled with 2683v3 but ES inside, hundreds of them were sold.
     
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  17. tesla100

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    Hi there! Does somebody know if the Supermicro X11DPi-NT motherbord supports ES Xeons? Thanks
     
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  18. RolloZ170

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    no fabric processors should run fine. skylake ES need bios up to 2.1, bios 3.x lacks skylake es microcode.
     
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  19. mantas

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    No, wasn't aware of the 2683v3 scam. I've posted a few photos of the cpu here. It is indeed recognized as a tray processor. Also, Bios reports Processor ID as 306F1. Is there anything else to check? Thanks for your help so far.
     
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  20. RolloZ170

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    where did you get the first part of the number from?
    if i enter only the 0600 i get "our product could not be located....."
    ok, QDCS should be cpuid 306F0. now it is getting strange
     
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