W-2225 is quite expensive still at $500 (for only 4 cores) and the single core speed is no faster than -7-8700kIIRC, the W-2225 had the highest turbo but the best deals are with the Mac pro parts (W-2150B etc).
The advantage to the LGA2066 is in the PCIe 4.0 and DDR4-2933 (vs. 2400 on the LGA2011-3), the extra 8 PCIe lanes per CPU, and the twice as fast connection between the CPU and the chipset (DMI 3 vs. DMI 2). Plus, pretty much every LGA2066 board has M.2 slots, often using PCIe 4.0, so no need to get add-in cards, which can be a big cost if your motherboard doesn't support bifurcation.it seems they are not really much of bargain for raw computing power
2066 was geared towards the workstation market and not server. This is why it's not much of a "bargain".This lga 2066 is certainly not a bargain price like 2011 socket
There's an all core turbo hack for W-2175?2175 all cores 3300Mhz.
show me 2011-3 Xeon with 4300Mhz turbo please !
The E5-2696v3 will do 22 cores at 3800mhzwasn't there that hack that allowed all core turbo on the 2011 v3? lol... I wonder how that stacks up against it.
My bad, I meant to write 2696v3sure ?
W-2175 is going to have 14 cores @ 3300Mhz = 46,200Mhzand you see 14 cores at 3300Mhz ! as i sayd.