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  1. Thank you for all of your help as well. Was very insightful.
  2. Wow, thank you so much. That is incredibly helpful! That makes a lot of sense, so "servers" are simply just meant to be stacked. Dual CPU vs Single CPU latency makes a lot of sense as well. Looks like I will definitely go the Ryzen route, much more practicality for my use.
  3. How would a ryzen 5 1600 32gb ram build hold up compared to the dell server for multi threaded work?
  4. Will definitely check AWS now. Mostly just see xeon powered ones,
  5. I was considering that but for the price RDP services are asking for ryzen spec machines are quite high, can practically buy the used cpu for the same price as a month to use their rdp. I've always rented xeon rdps that seemed to easily run multiple instances of programs/debugging which is why I was leaning towards that route.
  6. Seems like I don't. I was more basing it off of the RDP specs I usually run all my programs on, which handles it quite well, and assumed buying a user server with similar specs would be more beneficial then spending monthly for a rental machine. If a cheap ryzen build can handle it all, I'm all for it.
  7. Used is more than fine. I will definitely look into that. I have an old Nvidia 710 laying around here somewhere so integrated graphics isn't a necessity for the CPU.
  8. Oh okay, good to know. Does ryzen have any prebuilt ones similar to the poweredge setup? Or would you simply just build as you would a normal PC.
  9. https://cpu.userbenchmark.com/Compare/Intel-Xeon-X5660-vs-Intel-Xeon-E5-2660-v2/m17750vsm13068 here's the link, couldn't find it comparing to non v2 version. Just seems off to me.
  10. Hey everyone, could use some help. Looking to buy a cheap ($250-375) pre-built server for home use, mostly running multi threaded programs (Python & C#) I've been looking at the prebuilt Dell power edges, just stuck on which dual processor would preform the tasks better. Dual 2660 (v1) vs dual x5660 for simply a single person workstation running multi threaded programs, so don't really need anything too crazy or overkill. Most benchmarks that I'm seeing are showing the x5660 out preforming the 2660 while being much cheaper. I'm out of my element so could use some advice. More specifically Poweredge R710 vs Poweredge R620 Thanks all.
  11. Hey all, silly and stupid question incoming: I'm looking to do something similar to this https://imgur.com/gallery/bKU4H/ but using the V-MODA Boompro microphone. Now for the question, do all 3.5mm Male to Female cables transmit microphones, or is it a specific type that will transmit it properly without issue. Thanks
  12. Do either of these look like good choices? https://www.amazon.com/Corsair-CMW32GX4M2C3466C16-Vengeance-PC4-27700-Desktop/dp/B07HKGDV8X/ https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07GSKGSM6/ref=psdc_172500_t1_B07D5SDT6M I can't really seem to find any 3600 dual channel kits
  13. Finishing up my build, I've been reading a lot about how higher ram clocks are much more beneficial in a 3900x build. Could use some suggestions on which set would be the 'best/fastest' in my price range up to $250. 32GB Most likely. Thanks everyone.
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