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About TheCherryKing

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  • CPU
    2x Intel Xeon E5
  • Motherboard
    Supermicro X10DAC
  • RAM
    64 GB ECC DDR4(2133 MHz)
  • GPU
    AMD Radeon R9 390X
  • Case
    Corsair 900D
  • Storage
    LSI 3008
  • PSU
    Thermaltake Toughpower Grand(1200 Watts)
  • Cooling
    2x Corsair Hydro Series H75 Liquid CPU Cooler
  • Operating System
    Windows 8.1 Pro with Media Center

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    Miami, FL
  1. Ethereum drop?

    You're just trying to make yourself look less angry over the situation.
  2. Ethereum drop?

    Whatever! You're just pissed off that people are making money just because they have many GPU's.
  3. Ethereum drop?

    Maybe in China but not in the US.
  4. Ethereum drop?

    This is really about gamers being pissed off about the rise in GPU prices! Boo f**king who! There is no need for government regulation.
  5. eBay drives are okay if they are new. I have bought dozens of hard disks and solid state drives from eBay and never had an issue.
  6. Seems risky. I would spend the extra $20 to buy a new hard drive.
  7. Intel Xeon EP-2690 Motherboard

    Ivy Bridge is the better option here. Because of higher IPC and PCIe 3.0 support.
  8. Intel Xeon EP-2690 Motherboard

  9. Intel Xeon EP-2690 Motherboard

    You don't have to use two CPU's in a dual socket motherboard. One will work just fine.
  10. Intel Xeon EP-2690 Motherboard

    If you really want lots of CPU power there are some dual socket LGA 2011 motherboards with SLI support.
  11. Intel Xeon EP-2690 Motherboard

    All x79 motherboards will work with the Xeon E5 2600 and Xeon E5 2600 v2 series with a proper BIOS update.
  12. Intel ES Questions

    All the way up to the X99/C612 platform Core i7 and Xeon E5 processors can be used in the same motherboards.
  13. Intel ES Questions

    Xeons could be used on consumer grade boards prior to Skylake and vice versa.
  14. intel socket Differences

    These following sockets are rarely discussed: LGA 3647: For Skylake-SP and Cascade Lake-SP Scalable Processors(Up to 28 Cores) LGA 2011-2: For Xeon E7 Processors(Up to 24 Cores)