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    Xeon E5-2683V3 & i7 5820K
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    EVGA X99 FTW
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    GTX 1060
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    Phanteks Enthoo Primo
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    EVGA SuperNova P2 850 W Platinum
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    EKWB Predator 360
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    Win 10 Pro & Linux Mint

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  1. My local PC World has a few overpriced graphics cards (mainly 1050s & 1050tis & some other even lower end ones), some overpriced cables, some SSDs & HDDs that while overpriced aren't massively overpriced. They've also got wireless cards, drive caddies, some RAM, and some Corsair keyboards & PSUs but that is about it. store is in Newcastle-under-Lyme which is near Stoke, not the more well known Newcastle.
  2. Pretty sure Raja said the frontier edition would work fine on 8+6pin but they put dual 8s on it instead to give some extra headroom for people on it, so it's not that bad really...
  3. motherboards

    Unless you want this one................ Trouble is there just aren't that many available anymore. If you had asked about two weeks ago, I would have had an EVGA X79 SLI available, but gave it to my friend.
  4. FYI in case you actually didn't type it correctly is the actual site, not so that might be why...
  5. Only time I've had that happen is when I forgot i had unplugged the power cable so it wasn't getting enough power on boot.
  6. Should tell them if it isn't returned immediately and if any further correspondence is required that doesn't solve the problem,you will invoicing them for time spent etc. at a cost of 30 per hour rounded to the nearest half hour.
  7. ^ This. The price on my 6gb 1060 that I bought just after it was released, has gone up the equivalent of about USD60-65 since I bought it just after it came out.
  8. It probably is needed for anti-money laundering & KYC, essentially like a normal bank would in any semi-respectable country, otherwise they would get particularly bent over by authorities in whatever country they are operating in.
  9. I was more alluding to what that likely means for the price of threadripper tbh.
  10. Ok, if that is all correct, a 16 core, albeit lower clocked than likely threadripper looks like it is going to be, with double the memory channels and more PCIe lanes for 600-800 USD. Nice.
  11. windows
  12. windows

    Not great with linux, but have you installed node.js & npm etc? Below has something on getting them installed in linux
  13. First thing I would do would be look at the board and see if there is anything visibly wrong with it, just in case. Then reset CMOS Then replace CMOS battery if I have one lying around (although I've never had one go bad tbh so I probably wouldn't have one around!) Next I would start the usual testing - PSU to begin with, if you have a spare one around or anything to test it with, then removing everything (disconnect drives and any peripherals etc) and go from there. It sounds like a MB or PSU are the most likely culprits though, if none of the CMOS resetting or battery replacing works.
  14. Nope, no worries, just run the chipset, graphics and whatever other ones you have once windows is installed
  15. The below would be super solid, if you can't wait for threadripper etc. I haven't included the CPUs or coolers but you can go for something like dual E5 2683 V3s for 28 cores & 56 threads, and they run (at least the one I have does) pretty cool, so a reasonable air cooler would be fine for each of them and are relatively cheap on ebay. Not sure if any of those programs have cuda acceleration either, so I stuck a 1080ti in, but if they don't you could obviously get something lesser and cheaper. Anyway, with those processors and a couple of coolers you would come to about $3.1k and so you would have $900 or so for a monitor or two and some peripherals. Alternatively, you could go for a single socket board and still have 14 cores relatively cheap. PCPartPicker part list / Price breakdown by merchant Motherboard: Supermicro - MBD-X10DAL-I-O ATX Dual-CPU LGA2011-3 Motherboard ($279.99 @ Amazon) Memory: Kingston - 64GB (4 x 16GB) Registered DDR4-2133 Memory ($704.36 @ Amazon) Storage: Samsung - 850 Pro Series 512GB 2.5" Solid State Drive ($257.88 @ OutletPC) Storage: Western Digital - BLACK SERIES 2TB 3.5" 7200RPM Internal Hard Drive ($116.45 @ SuperBiiz) Video Card: Gigabyte - GeForce GTX 1080 Ti 11GB Gaming OC 11G Video Card ($683.99 @ SuperBiiz) Case: Phanteks - Enthoo Pro ATX Full Tower Case ($94.99 @ Amazon) Power Supply: EVGA - SuperNOVA G3 850W 80+ Gold Certified Fully-Modular ATX Power Supply ($99.89 @ OutletPC) Total: $2237.55 Prices include shipping, taxes, and discounts when available Generated by PCPartPicker 2017-06-12 07:17 EDT-0400