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    Xeon E5-2600 V2 Price List: Ivy Bridge-EP

    We have known for a while that the Ivy Bridge-E launch will supposedly take place in a few weeks time, with information about pricing of the consumer components coming to light recently. Despite the high cost of entry for consumers, the business aspect of these processors along the Xeon brand is arguably the more poignant and certainly the more profitable aspect of the business. Recently CPU-World has put many of the pieces of the puzzle together, from a variety of leaks from partners, in terms of which processors are being released, their intimate details, and importantly, pricing.

    To follow on the naming scheme of Sandy Bridge -> Ivy Bridge -> Haswell Xeons, these processors, destined for 2P systems, will take on the E5 26xx naming scheme with V2 on the end, with L designating low power versions. We have the following list to browse and prepare servers for:

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    Taken From :- http://www.anandtech.com/show/7214/x...r-ivy-bridgeep

    3000$ for top bin 12-core !!




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    Yeah I figured those 12 cores were going to have sky high costs.

    2687w's were $2K so for another $1K you get 4 more cores, not bad really if you need that kind of power.

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    Xeon E5-2690 v2 seems the best choice for power vs $$$ but is still so expensive.

    So much for bringing dow the cost of the 8 core parts


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    R.I.P movieman's wallet

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    Quote Originally Posted by Evantaur View Post
    R.I.P movieman's wallet
    He pays for stuff ?????

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buckeye View Post
    He pays for stuff ?????
    Just tell me where poor people sign in to get free expensive stuff...

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    $3000 upgrade for an additional 4 cores over my current SB-EP and a decrease in clock speed. I think I'll be passing on this.

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    Mr. Dave - Movieman is known as the expert on Dual CPU systems. Over the years he has built up very good relationships with different companies because he knows what he is talking about .... well not Intel LOL

    When a company like SuperMicro sends Dave a system and asks what he thinks ... they listen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buckeye View Post
    Mr. Dave - Movieman is known as the expert on Dual CPU systems. Over the years he has built up very good relationships with different companies because he knows what he is talking about .... well not Intel LOL

    When a company like SuperMicro sends Dave a system and asks what he thinks ... they listen.
    Thank you Bill. Listen, I am a "plodder" I look at everything, I test everything looking for what "may" be there. Sometimes you find things and sometimes you don't.
    With this last system I just had a gut feeling that there was more to be found and had the feeling that it had to be in the memory.
    I happenned to be right BUT it took over 150 hours of testing to find out what the right memory was to get that last 5% from the system.
    Now "gut feelings" aren't scientific and often hard to explain to an engineer so first you have to get them on your side and that is what takes years to do.
    Bottom line is no engineer is going to listen to some old fart from the NH woods unless you have made them understand that maybe, just maybe you see things that they don't.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Movieman View Post
    -snip- I just called them and talked until they agreed to send me stuff if I never called back. -snip-
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    Quote Originally Posted by Movieman View Post
    -snip- I just called them and talked until they agreed to send me stuff if I never called back. -snip-



    HAHAHAHAHAA that is to funny ... but true !!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Movieman View Post
    Thank you Bill. Listen, I am a "plodder" I look at everything, I test everything looking for what "may" be there. Sometimes you find things and sometimes you don't.
    With this last system I just had a gut feeling that there was more to be found and had the feeling that it had to be in the memory.
    I happenned to be right BUT it took over 150 hours of testing to find out what the right memory was to get that last 5% from the system.
    Now "gut feelings" aren't scientific and often hard to explain to an engineer so first you have to get them on your side and that is what takes years to do.
    Bottom line is no engineer is going to listen to some old fart from the NH woods unless you have made them understand that maybe, just maybe you see things that they don't.
    dual procs are nice until you have to make a loop for them . . .then you have twice the blocks for not just CPUS but ram and vregs/mofsets as well . . . .total PITA . . .just wish I could have Dave fly out to optimize it all

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    Quote Originally Posted by DarthBeavis View Post
    dual procs are nice until you have to make a loop for them . . .then you have twice the blocks for not just CPUS but ram and vregs/mofsets as well . . . .total PITA . . .just wish I could have Dave fly out to optimize it all
    I couldn't improve on what you've done. Just the opposite.
    That is beautiful work BUT to me one loop is fine for just the cpu's..Usually just see 1-2C difference in the temps between the two cpu's.
    I have to say it again, that is really beautiful work you showed here!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Movieman View Post
    I couldn't improve on what you've done. Just the opposite.
    That is beautiful work BUT to me one loop is fine for just the cpu's..Usually just see 1-2C difference in the temps between the two cpu's.
    I have to say it again, that is really beautiful work you showed here!
    You could have advised me on components I think, I just chose a mobo to fill the empty space and could only afford cheap Xeons at the time. I have no idea who to choose the right components for a dual proc build (my last one had Intel providing what they
    wanted not me choosing). Next time I will ask your advice first (could not this time as I was still banZored for being a clown).
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    Quote Originally Posted by DarthBeavis View Post
    wouldn't want to be the guy doing the maintenance for that thing :P, so complex

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    Quote Originally Posted by DarthBeavis View Post
    dual procs are nice until you have to make a loop for them . . .then you have twice the blocks for not just CPUS but ram and vregs/mofsets as well . . . .total PITA . . .just wish I could have Dave fly out to optimize it all


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    Lol such a great rig and you end up buying the infamous Caviar Green

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    Quote Originally Posted by El Mano View Post
    Lol such a great rig and you end up buying the infamous Caviar Green
    actually those are recycled from a couple years ago, OS on two 512 gig Crucial SSDS
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    Quote Originally Posted by DarthBeavis View Post
    actually those are recycled from a couple years ago, OS on two 512 gig Crucial SSDS
    as my spanish cousing would say.... "that's the chich"......ROFL
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    I think it's probably this stuff, or something similar. http://www.frozencpu.com/cat/l2/g30/..._Rigid_Acrylic
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    Quote Originally Posted by mattkosem View Post
    I think it's probably this stuff, or something similar. http://www.frozencpu.com/cat/l2/g30/..._Rigid_Acrylic
    Funny, i was think this is the corner who was the rigid parts.. i need thoses for my setup... i have 2 long horizontal section of tubes.
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    Otherwise nice board but wont fit my Triple GTX680 setup due CPU location.

    Next upgrade, Dual E5-2690v2/E5-2697v2 + Asus Z9PE-D8 WS + 3 x Quaddro K6000 + BlackMagic DeckLink 4K Extreme + Blackmagic Production Camera 4K
    Im beginning to turn towards E5-2697v2 cpu's, encoding 4k material will be quick.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rintamarotta View Post
    Otherwise nice board but wont fit my Triple GTX680 setup due CPU location.

    Next upgrade, Dual E5-2690v2/E5-2697v2 + Asus Z9PE-D8 WS + 3 x Quaddro K6000 + BlackMagic DeckLink 4K Extreme + Blackmagic Production Camera 4K
    Im beginning to turn towards E5-2697v2 cpu's, encoding 4k material will be quick.

    Call me crazy, im.
    get rid of the 3 vid cards and use one top one..Asus board will only do 103BCLK max..
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    How much will SuperMicro do then?

    How about X9DAi?
    Last edited by rintamarotta; 08-23-2013 at 12:43 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rintamarotta View Post
    How much will SuperMicro do then?
    After just a little testing 105bclk on the IB and I had 106.25BCLK solid as a rock on the SB 2687W's..
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