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Posted · Original PosterOP

Hi, I'm looking for the best intel processor that's compatible with 128 GB of RAM or more. Where can I find the processors of that compatibility? I'm testing the limits of some extremely heavy programs. 

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Hi, I'm looking for the best intel processor that's compatible with 128 GB of RAM or more. Where can I find the processors of that compatibility? I'm testing the limits of some extremely heavy programs. 

 

Depends on your budget. How much are you willing to spend?


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Posted · Original PosterOP

Depends on your budget. How much are you willing to spend?

Price isn't an issue, for now I'm just planning ahead. :) 

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All Xeon E5 supports up to 768GB of ram, even ecc


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Depends on your budget. How much are you willing to spend?

ide say xeon


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Price isn't an issue, for now I'm just planning ahead. :)

Price IS an issue when it comes to e5, as they range from $300 to $2700

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Price isn't an issue, for now I'm just planning ahead. :)

 

The 'best' right now is the E5-2699 V3. It's priced at £4300. However, 18 cores may not be necessary as the SKU will heavily depend on your workload.  


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Posted · Original PosterOP

All Xeon E5 supports up to 768GB of ram, even ecc

That's alot of RAM thank you LOL holy crap 

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X99 can support 128GB of RAM.

 

So something like a 5820k and a mid-high end X99 board, that will do.

 

However, good luck finding a 128GB RAM kit. 64GB is the current maximum due to the amount of ram we can actually fit on a chip.


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X99 can support 128GB of RAM.

 

So something like a 5820k and a mid-high end X99 board, that will do.

 

However, good luck finding a 128GB RAM kit. 64GB is the current maximum due to the amount of ram we can actually fit on a chip.

Which is why we don't buy customer cpu for more than 64GB of ram

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X99 can support 128GB of RAM.

 

So something like a 5820k and a mid-high end X99 board, that will do.

 

However, good luck finding a 128GB RAM kit. 64GB is the current maximum due to the amount of ram we can actually fit on a chip.

I had a look at the i7 5960 x but it didn't support more than 64, it still seems like a nice processor though 

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I had a look at the i7 5960 x but it didn't support more than 64, it still seems like a nice processor though 

A Xeon E5-2603V3 will do fine, it's basically a 5820k without hyperthreading.


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