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Posted · Original PosterOP

Hi, just finished building my workstation, below is the specification.

 

Xeon 2675 v3 *2

ASUS ZE10 PE D8 WS

CORSAIR 750D

CORSAIR HX750I

SSD SAMSUNG 950 PRO 256GB

 

Can I turn on my pc right now? I havent bought a led monitor yet, probably going to find a good led monitor for stock trading tomorrow?

 

And is my cable management good?

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you're going to need to make sure you put the CPU heatsinks on first. You're also missing ram so you're just going to get lots of beeps. 

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6 minutes ago, dorianyates55 said:

Hi, just finished building my workstation, below is the specification.

 

Xeon 2675 v3 *2

ASUS ZE10 PE D8 WS

CORSAIR 750D

CORSAIR HX750I

SSD SAMSUNG 950 PRO 256GB

 

Can I turn on my pc right now? I havent bought a led monitor yet, probably going to find a good led monitor for stock trading tomorrow?

 

And is my cable management good?

You'll need CPU heatsinks/RAM.


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Where is your CPU cooler and your ram? You might have problem booting up with ram sticks. 


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In order for it to actually run, you're going to want some RAM, and in order for that $800 worth of CPUs not to overheat and die, you're going to want a heatsink.


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Ok thanks, I thought samsung 950 pro also works as a ram, I will buy some ram tomorrow. But is a heatsink really neccessary? Because the case already comes with 3 fans, one above the power supply and two in the front.

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On 7/13/2016 at 7:46 AM, dorianyates55 said:

Ok thanks, I thought samsung 950 pro also works as a ram, I will buy some ram tomorrow. But is a heatsink really neccessary? Because the case already comes with 3 fans, one above the power supply and two in the front.

even with fans, a cpu under load can get to 80c with an okay heatsink

no heatsink will cause the cpu to skyrocket to over 110c, and die.

NEVER turn on a computer without a cpu heatsink.

 

personally, the stock intel heatsink, along with three fans in my case let my 4770k to reach 100c.

no heatstink is very bad


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The Samsung 950 Pro does not, in fact, work as RAM. Whoever told you that or gave you that impression should not, under any circumstances, be trusted for any computer advice in the future regardless of the question. The heatsink is 100% necessary, without a shadow of a doubt. The case fans may expel some of the additional heat generated by other things, but it will not be able to directly expel the heat from the CPU itself and they will overheat and die.


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Storage: 525 GB Crucial MX300 SSD

PSU: Whatever power jack comes with it

Display: Some 1366 x 768 garbage + an OK 1080p monitor

Cooling: Not enough + an external laptop tray

Keyboard: The included one

Mouse: $4 Lenovo 3D Optical Mouse (not as bad as you (rightly) assumed)

Sound: The Skullcandy branding right under the power button should clue you in

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On 7/13/2016 at 7:46 AM, dorianyates55 said:

Ok thanks, I thought samsung 950 pro also works as a ram, I will buy some ram tomorrow. But is a heatsink really neccessary? Because the case already comes with 3 fans, one above the power supply and two in the front.

Yes ... they are 120watts cpus ... even bloody small atoms has bloody heatsink at least .. If you want something cheap go have look hyper 212. That 950 pro is storage not ram ... not the same thing.


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On 7/13/2016 at 7:46 AM, dorianyates55 said:

Ok thanks, I thought samsung 950 pro also works as a ram, I will buy some ram tomorrow. But is a heatsink really neccessary? Because the case already comes with 3 fans, one above the power supply and two in the front.

It is very necessary.  If you do not get the heat away from the CPUs, they will over heat and DIE and you will be stuck with useless squares of metal.  Basically, all the fans do (short version) is get hot air out of your case.  You still have the problem of getting heat from the CPU to the air in the case so that the fans can blow it out, which is where the heatsink comes in.

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5 minutes ago, RadiatingLight said:

NEVER turn on a computer without a cpu heatsink.
 

Jesus you make it sound like just pressing the power button will instafry the CPU or something. You can easily get a minute or two out of a CPU with no HSF and not have any issue at all.

 

Now do I recommend it? No I don't but is it possible? Yes it is.


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2 minutes ago, Master Disaster said:

Jesus you make it sound like just pressing the power button will instafry the CPU or something. You can easily get a minute or two out of a CPU with no HSF and not have any issue at all.

 

Now do I recommend it? No I don't but is it possible? Yes it is.

 
 

You might be able to get a minute or two out of it, but you will have damaged it in the process, and it will have a far shorter lifespan than it otherwise would have. Please, anyone, don't turn on your system without a heatsink. It's just plain not smart.

 


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CPU: Core i7-6700HQ

Motherboard: Toshiba L55-C5392 Mobo

RAM: 8GB DDR3 (even though I have Skylake)

GPU: Intel HD Graphics 530

Case: Toshiba L55-C5392 Case

Storage: 525 GB Crucial MX300 SSD

PSU: Whatever power jack comes with it

Display: Some 1366 x 768 garbage + an OK 1080p monitor

Cooling: Not enough + an external laptop tray

Keyboard: The included one

Mouse: $4 Lenovo 3D Optical Mouse (not as bad as you (rightly) assumed)

Sound: The Skullcandy branding right under the power button should clue you in

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its hard to believe you built a work station yet just asked those questions


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2 minutes ago, Hero7750 said:

its hard to believe you built a work station yet just asked those questions

I really have to agree with you there. I'm really not sure how you managed that. In future, please consult someone with some computer knowledge (as long as they are not the person who told you an SSD could act as RAM) before building a workstation system.


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Damnit Carl (My portable POS):

CPU: Core i7-6700HQ

Motherboard: Toshiba L55-C5392 Mobo

RAM: 8GB DDR3 (even though I have Skylake)

GPU: Intel HD Graphics 530

Case: Toshiba L55-C5392 Case

Storage: 525 GB Crucial MX300 SSD

PSU: Whatever power jack comes with it

Display: Some 1366 x 768 garbage + an OK 1080p monitor

Cooling: Not enough + an external laptop tray

Keyboard: The included one

Mouse: $4 Lenovo 3D Optical Mouse (not as bad as you (rightly) assumed)

Sound: The Skullcandy branding right under the power button should clue you in

Operating System: Windows 10 Home

PCPartPicker URL: pcpartpicker.com/i-wish-i-had-enough-money-for-a-desktop-my-laptop-is-so-sh*t-its-not-even-on-portablepicker

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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5 hours ago, LordMastodon said:

You might be able to get a minute or two out of it, but you will have damaged it in the process, and it will have a far shorter lifespan than it otherwise would have. Please, anyone, don't turn on your system without a heatsink. It's just plain not smart.

 

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It's simple physics I'm afraid, as long as you don't exceed the max safe temp for extended periods you will do no damage at all and suggesting otherwise shows a real lack of understanding on your part. 

 

Like I said, you shouldn't do it but if you do its really not the end of the world, booting a PC with no HSF to check for a post beep isn't going to do any damage at all. The CPU barely has time to get warm. 


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Not to mention, this is TWO CPUs, RIGHT NEXT TO EACH OTHER. You'd have to be an idiot to even try to turn them on. Even though many modern CPUs come with thermal protection that shuts them down if they get too hot, why would you ever put that to the test? I mean, this is clearly an OP with very little computer knowledge (how he managed to put together a workstation system is beyond me) and it would almost assuredly be suicide for him to turn on this system without heatsinks. He's lucky he asked us if he could turn it on, because that would have been quite the hole in his wallet if he hadn't.


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Damnit Carl (My portable POS):

CPU: Core i7-6700HQ

Motherboard: Toshiba L55-C5392 Mobo

RAM: 8GB DDR3 (even though I have Skylake)

GPU: Intel HD Graphics 530

Case: Toshiba L55-C5392 Case

Storage: 525 GB Crucial MX300 SSD

PSU: Whatever power jack comes with it

Display: Some 1366 x 768 garbage + an OK 1080p monitor

Cooling: Not enough + an external laptop tray

Keyboard: The included one

Mouse: $4 Lenovo 3D Optical Mouse (not as bad as you (rightly) assumed)

Sound: The Skullcandy branding right under the power button should clue you in

Operating System: Windows 10 Home

PCPartPicker URL: pcpartpicker.com/i-wish-i-had-enough-money-for-a-desktop-my-laptop-is-so-sh*t-its-not-even-on-portablepicker

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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5 hours ago, dorianyates55 said:

Hi, just finished building my workstation, below is the specification.

 

Xeon 2675 v3 *2

ASUS ZE10 PE D8 WS

CORSAIR 750D

CORSAIR HX750I

SSD SAMSUNG 950 PRO 256GB

 

Can I turn on my pc right now? I havent bought a led monitor yet, probably going to find a good led monitor for stock trading tomorrow?

 

And is my cable management good?

 

 

5 hours ago, dorianyates55 said:

Ok thanks, I thought samsung 950 pro also works as a ram, I will buy some ram tomorrow. But is a heatsink really neccessary? Because the case already comes with 3 fans, one above the power supply and two in the front.

 

 

How did you go about choosing these components?  I'm curious how you selected these parts and got to where you are with such limited experience. 


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18 minutes ago, LordMastodon said:

 

Not to mention, this is TWO CPUs, RIGHT NEXT TO EACH OTHER. You'd have to be an idiot to even try to turn them on. Even though many modern CPUs come with thermal protection that shuts them down if they get too hot, why would you ever put that to the test? I mean, this is clearly an OP with very little computer knowledge (how he managed to put together a workstation system is beyond me) and it would almost assuredly be suicide for him to turn on this system without heatsinks. He's lucky he asked us if he could turn it on, because that would have been quite the hole in his wallet if he hadn't.

Agreed, I've said both times that he shouldn't do it. 

 

I wasn't suggesting he does it, I was addressing your post that implied doing it would instantly fry his CPUs which is false. 


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Posted · Original PosterOP

Guys, thanks for helping me out, the store keeper suggests hyper 212x because it's the number one price/ performance heatsink. I also picked up crucial 64 gb ddr 4 2133 ecc (16x4 ). But there are 8 ram slots on the motherboard, which slots should I place them into? For the heatsink, Im not sure how to install thermal paste on top of the cpus, Many people on youtube suggest P method, but someone told me is spread it with a credit card will cover all area. 

 

Thanks again!!!

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Consult your manual for where the ram goes, but usually it's every other slot, but look at your manual to make sure.


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28 minutes ago, YubinTheBunny said:

Consult your manual for where the ram goes, but usually it's every other slot, but look at your manual to make sure.

Thanks, but it doesnt come with a manual. Just 4 sticks of ram, what do I do now?

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You're motherboard manual bro. This is very concerning man, you obviously are lacking some basic PC skills so go forward with much caution.

 

Also, you may not get video output or good quality atleast, I do not know of the quality of the iGPU of xeons

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