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What kind of Processor do you have?

What kind of Processor do you have?  

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  1. 1. i3, i5, i7,i9 or AMD

  2. 2. What Generation?



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To add, currently I am on haswell-E with the i7-5820k for my desktop. Although I am typing this on a laptop with a mobile skylake i5 CPU. But who cares about mobile processors lol.

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R7 1700


CPU Name    AMD Ryzen 7 1700 Eight-Core Processor
Frequency    3192.38 MHz (32 * 99.76 MHz) - Uncore: 1064.1 MHz

 

Motherboard Model    Asus PRIME B350-PLUS
Socket    Socket AM4 (1331)

 

Memory (RAM) Total Size    32768 MB
Radeon (TM) RX 470 Graphics (Polaris) [8192 MB]

 

SanDisk Ultra II 894.3 GiB (~960 GB)
Western Digital WDC WD5000LPCX-60VHAT0 465.8 GiB (~500 GB)

 

ViewSonic VX2457 (VSCB931)
Microsoft Windows 10 (10.0) Home 64-bit

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CPUs I currently have and use:

i5-3317U

Xeon X5670

Xeon E7-4870


Daily Driver:

CPU - Dual X5670 | GPU - GTX 750 Ti | CASE - HP DL380 G7 | RAM - 128GB Samsung 1366 DDR3 ECC | STORAGE - 8 x 146GB 15K RPM HDD

Work Horse:

CPU - Quad E7-4870 | GPU - Quad Tesla M2090 | CASE - HPDL580 G7 | RAM - 128GB Samsung 1366 DDR3 ECC | STORAGE - 2 x 256GB Samsung 950 EVO SSD

 

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Intel Xeon X5670 @ 4.32GHz

 

Other CPUs that I have (in working systems, or with mobo and ram but nothing else):

Xeon X5677

Xeon W3550

2x Xeon E5420

Core i5 3210m

Core2 Quad Q6600

Core2 Duo E8400

Core2 Duo T7200

Core2 Duo T7200

Pentium G2020

Pentium Dual-Core E5200

Pentium 4 HT 3.0GHz

Pentium 4 HT 3.0GHz

Pentium 3 866MHz

Celeron 1.8GHz

Celeron 333MHz

486 33MHz

Intel A110 800MHz

Atom N270

Atom Z3735G

 

2x Opteron 2218

Athlon 64 X2 4000+

Turion 64 X2 QL-60

Athlon XP 2400+

Athlon XP 2400+

Athlon XP 1700+

 

 

And some others that I don't remember right now or isn't in any system.


Intel Xeon X5670 @ 4.40GHz 6c/12t, Asus P6X58D-E, 24GB Corsair XMS3 DDR3 1600MHz, Asus GeForce GTX 960 Turbo OC, 250GB Samsung SSD, 4TB and 2x 2TB HDD, Fractal Design Define R5

PC 2: Intel Xeon X5677 @ 3.47GHz, HP 0B4Ch (X58), 12GB DDR3 1333MHz, Asus GeForce GTX 660 DC2, 240GB SSD, 1TB HDD

Laptop: Lenovo ThinkPad T440p, Intel Core i7-4800MQ, 12GB DDR3 1600MHz , NVIDIA GeForce GT 730M, 250GB Samsung SSD, 14" 1920x1080 IPS

Phone: Huawei Honor 9 64GB Watch: Motorola Moto 360 1st Gen.

General X58 Xeon/i7 discussion

Some other PC's:

Spoiler

PC 3: Intel Core i5-3450 @ 3.7GHz, Asus P8Z77-V LK, 12GB DDR3, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 760, 500GB HDD

PC 4: Intel Xeon W3550 @ 3.07GHz, HP (X58), 8GB DDR3, NVIDIA GeForce GT 640 (GPU: 1050MHz MEM: 1250MHz), 120GB SSD, 2TB, 1TB and 500GB HDD

PC 5: Intel Core2 Quad Q9550 @ 3.8GHz, Asus P5KC, 8GB DDR2, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 470, 120GB SSD and 500GB HDD

HTPC: Intel Core2 Quad Q6600 @ 3.0GHz, HP DC7900SFF, 8GB DDR2 800MHz, Asus Radeon HD 6570, 240GB SSD and 3TB HDD

WinXP PC: Intel Core2 Duo E6300 @ 2.33GHz, Asus P5B, 2GB DDR2 667MHz, NVIDIA GeForce 8500 GT, 32GB SSD and 80GB HDD

RetroPC: Intel Pentium 4 HT @ 3.0GHz, Gigabyte GA-8SGXLFS, 2gb DDR1, ATi Radeon 9800 Pro, 2x 40gb HDD

My first PC: Intel Celeron 333MHz, Diamond Micronics C400, 384mb RAM, Diamond Viper V550 (NVIDIA Riva TNT), 6gb and 8gb HDD

Server: 2x Intel Xeon E5420, Dell PowerEdge 2950, 32gb DDR2, ATI ES1000, 4x 146gb SAS

Dual Opteron PC: 2x AMD Opteron 2218, HP XW9400, 12gb DDR2, ATI Radeon 3650, 500gb HDD

Core2 Duo PC: Intel Core2 Duo E8400, HP DC7800, 4gb DDR2, NVIDIA Quadro FX1700, 1tb and 80gb HDD

Athlon XP PC: AMD Athlon XP 2400+, MSI something, 1,5gb DDR1, ATI Radeon 9200, 40gb HDD

Thinkpad: Intel Core2 Duo T7200, Lenovo Thinkpad T60, 4gb DDR2, ATI Mobility Radeon X1400, 1tb HDD

Pentium 3 PC: Intel Pentium 3 866MHz, Asus CUSL2-C, 512mb RAM, 3DFX VooDoo 3 2000 AGP

Laptop: Dell Latitude E6430, Intel Core i5-3210M, 6gb DDR3 1600MHz , Intel HD 4000, 250gb Samsung SSD 860 EVO, 1TB WD Blue HDD

 

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Processors I've worked with (in no order of merit):

A10 7850K

G3258

i5 4460

 

Currently using:

i7 6700K

 

One thing I realised, once you go i7 (or higher), you never go back.


CPU/ CPU Cooler: i7-6700K - 4.5GHz with Noctua DH-15S | Motherboard: ASUS Z170 Pro Gaming | RAM: 2x8GB Corsair Vengeance LPX DDR4 2400MHz | SSD: Samsung 850 EVO 250GB M.2 | HDD: Western Digital Caviar Blue 1TB 7200 RPM | GPU: Zotac GeForce GTX 1060 Amp! Edition | Case: Corsair 400C | PSU: FSP Aurum S 650W | OS: Windows 10 Pro 64-Bit

Monitor: BenQ GL2460HM FHD | Speakers: JBL Pebbles | Keyboard: Logitech G710+ | Mouse: Steelseries Sensei 310

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R5 1600 :)


CPU: AMD 3600 GPU: MSI GTX 1080ti AERO OC MOBO: Gigabyte B350-Gaming 3 RAM: 16GB XPG Gammix D10 3000Mhz

PSU: Corsair Rmx 550w OS:Windows 10 pro Case: 4U Rackmount  HDD/SSD:WD 1 TB Blue/ Patriot Scorch m.2 512GB

You can't spell ignorant without IGN...-TheSLSAMG

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Currently using on a regular basis

 

-i5 3317u

-fx 8300

-i7 2600

-i5 5someting or other mobile piece of shit work laptop

-pentium ii 400

-Athlon 1700+

-some arm core thing in my nas.


Silent build - You know your pc is too loud when the deaf complain. Windows 98 gaming build, smells like beige

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Good old x58/i7 980X @ 4.25 ghz for every day use. But can do up to 4.77 Ghz on aircooling for benchmark or if i need an ekstra boost of power. No big plan for upgrade in 2018. This old pc has every thing i need right now. Sata 3 (2 ports), USB 3.0 (2 ports), A bunch of SSD´s (4 in total where one is a M.2 NVMe SSD), powerful GPU (GTX 1080 TI) and a old but still capable 6 core CPU.

 

oh and i also have an Asus Vivostick TS10 mini HDMI pc powered by an Intel® Atom™ x5-Z8350 Processor.

 

For those of interest. Here are some screenshot og benchmark from my old junk.

 

First screenshot clocks for every day use and second one is maximum clocks for when i need a ekstra boost and shows M.2 SSD speed on PCIe gen 2.

 

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Firestrike and CINEBECH R15 benchmark to prove that the system and CPU is stable at these clocks. First firestrike is with every day overclock and second is max. CINEBENCH R15 cpu is pushed to 4.77 GHz compare to 4.72 in fire strike so that you can se there is more in this CPU than i ran it at as max clock.

 

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So yeah cant really see a reason to upgrade yet. Also X58 has proven over the years to be very stable and hard to kill even with years of abuse and torture. As you can se above my CPU is at times pushed hard, but it has survived so far.

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1700X and 6600K. Also have an old Pentium 4 with a hella lot bent pins because who knows what 11 years old me had going through his mind.


NATSU

CPU: AMD Ryzen 1700X 4.0Ghz@1.375V +  CPU Cooler: Kraken X62 + Motherboard: Asus Crosshair VI Hero + Ram: T-Force 16 GB 3000 MHz RGB + Boot: Samsung 970 EVO Plus 250GB Storage: 2TB + 1TB Seagate Barracuda 7200 RPM +  GPU: Nvidia RTX 2080 +  PSU: Corsair TX750M Gold + Case: Asus GT501/Hue+

 Corsair K70 Lux RGB CherryMX Red + Corsair Scimitar + Asus ROG Swift PG279Q

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12 hours ago, tp95112 said:

I feel like that was the year alot of PC gaming content from youtubers sorta boomed. It is a strange thing but it was the first thing that came to my mind.

It is a possibility.  Also, could be since the Sandybridges where very good chips, individuals who held out during then switched over to Intel.

I remember several individuals on forum boards where waiting on AMD's response to Sandybridge and Ivybridge.  And, others who jumped onto Bulldozer then to find out the chips where not all that great later on flipping back to Intel.

 

Another thing to consider, new features and very nice motherboards came out with Haswell and Haswell-E.  I had a Sandybridge (a very nice 2500K that clocked to 4.8-4.9GHz).  It was solid, but did not have all the nice goodies Haswell has.


Just a nutty gal that abuse hardware with F@H and BOINC.

F@H & BOINC Installation on Linux Guide

My CPU Army: 4690K Delid, E5-2670V3, 1900X, 1950X, 5960X J Batch

My GPU Army:960 FTW at 1551MHz, 1080Ti FTW3, 1080Ti SC, 1070 Hybrid, 2x Titan XP

My Console Brigade: Gamecube, Wii, Wii U, Switch, PS2 Fatty, PS4 Pro, Xbox One S, Xbox One X

My Tablet Squad: iPad 9.7" (2018 model), Samsung Tab S, Nexus 7 (1st gen)

 

Hardware lost to Kevdog's Law of Folding

OG Titan, 5960X, ThermalTake BlackWidow 850 Watt PSU

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I'm running i7 3970X @ 4,7 GHz, and it's still plenty powerful for my needs. I also still got my old i7 3820, but it's been sitting on the shelf for a couple of years.

 

I just can't justify a platform upgrade, even if I'm starting to itch for it after some 5,5 years... So, for the foreseeable future, I will run this system until the CPU(s) or the motherboard pops.

 

For lols sake I got two GPUs of witch only one is plugged in for most of the time these days. Even if the primary pops (it's seen heavy bios mods and benching at 1,55V), I still got the other, much less used one, left...

 

Or, maybe I will upgrade to a new platform when DDR5 comes out, if I feel like it.


CPU: Intel i7 3970X @ 4.7 GHz  (custom loop)   RAM: Kingston 1866 MHz 32GB DDR3   GPU(s): 2x Gigabyte R9 290OC (custom loop)   Motherboard: Asus P9X79   

Case: Fractal Design R3    Cooling loop:  360 mm + 480 mm + 1080 mm,  tripple 5D Vario pump   Storage: 500 GB + 240 GB + 120 GB SSD,  Seagate 4 TB HDD

PSU: Corsair AX860i   Display(s): Asus PB278Q,  Asus VE247H   Input: QPad 5K,  Logitech G710+    Sound: uDAC3 + Philips Fidelio x2

HWBot: http://hwbot.org/user/tame/

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14 hours ago, owluitar said:

CPUs I currently have and use:

i5-3317U

Xeon X5670

Xeon E7-4870

What do you use your Tesla M2090 for?


Laptop:           Model: 2017 MacBook Pro | CPU: i7-7820HQ | GPU: Radeon Pro 500 Series GPU| Storage: 512GB NVMe SSD | RAM: 16GB RAM
 
Mac:               Model: Mac Pro CPU: 8 Core Xeon | Mobo: Logic Board | RAM: 16GB ECC | GPU: NVIDIA GTX 1050Ti|  OS: MacOS
 
Phone             iPhone: iPhone 6s 64GB |
 
Old Gaming Pc:    CPU: i7-6700K | Mobo: ASUS Z170-A | RAM: 16GB 2166MHz | GPU: GTX 1080|  OS: Win 10 | | Keyboard: Razer Blackwidow chroma | Mouse: Logitech MX Master |
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I've got a bunch of rigs around right now:

 

Main Desktop - i7 5930k @ 4.4Ghz

Main Laptop - 6920HQ

Proxmox/Virtual Server Box: Some old Nehalem Xeon

Freenas/Plex Box: i7 920

Fiance's PC: FX 8350 @ stock clocks


Desktop: AMD Threadripper 1950X @ 4.1Ghz Enermax 360L  Gigabyte Aorus Extreme   Zotac 1080Ti AMP Extreme  BeQuiet! Dark Base Pro 900  EVGA SuperNova 1000w G2  LG 34GK950f & ASUS PA248Q Klipsch Reference/Audeze Mobius

 

Synology Wireless AC-2600

 

 

Laptop: Alienware 17R5   Intel i7 8750H  Nvidia GTX1080   3840x2160 4k AdobeRGB IGZO Display   32GB DDR4 2133   256GB+1TB NVMe SSD    1TB Seagate SSHD   Killer 1550 Dual-Band Wireless AC

 

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2 hours ago, ClientDigital said:

What do you use your Tesla M2090 for?

I use the four M2090's to do large molecular dynamics simulations. They don't have graphics outputs, so I can only use them for computations like folding @ home, and large simulations with lots and lots of molecules in a single simulation.

 

Honestly, I bought them only because they were SUPER cheap on ebay for the computational power they have.


Daily Driver:

CPU - Dual X5670 | GPU - GTX 750 Ti | CASE - HP DL380 G7 | RAM - 128GB Samsung 1366 DDR3 ECC | STORAGE - 8 x 146GB 15K RPM HDD

Work Horse:

CPU - Quad E7-4870 | GPU - Quad Tesla M2090 | CASE - HPDL580 G7 | RAM - 128GB Samsung 1366 DDR3 ECC | STORAGE - 2 x 256GB Samsung 950 EVO SSD

 

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Main PC (Latitude E6430): Intel Core i5 3360M

Old Main PC (ASUS X200MA): Intel Celeron N2840

Retro PC (Latitude D620): Intel Core 2 Duo T7200

PC that's coming (Optiplex 330): Pentium Dual Core (Penryn)

 

Actually, the Celeron N2840 is okay. I ran virtualization on there (Windows 7) because the Celeron has Intel-VT.

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I am currently using a Xeon E3 1240 V5. In addition to that I have:

2x Xeon E5420

Pentium M 760 (removed from laptop socket)

Celeron D

i5 520M (removed from laptop socket)

Pentium iii 650 (Socket 370)

Pentium 4

Core2 Duo E6300

Core2 Duo E8400

i5 2400

Xeon W3503


And on the first day god said: "Cue one GO" And there was light!

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Pentium MMX

Core 2 Duo E7400

i3 550

AMD Athlon XP 3000+

IBM Power7 710 E six core

AMD FX 4170

AMD Ryzen 3 1200

I7 990X

I7 3960X

i7 6950X

Celeron G3930T

 

 


Intel Xeon E5640 4510mhz 1.10v-1.42v (offset) - C states on (◣_◢) 16GB 2x4 1x8 1296mhz CL7 (◣_◢) ASUS P6X58DE (◣_◢) Radeon R9 Fury Sapphire Nitro (◣_◢) 500GB HDD x2 1TB HDD x2 (RAID) Intel 480GB SSD (◣_◢) NZXT S340 (◣_◢) 130hz VS VX2268WM
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Laptop runs an i5-2430M, desktop is rocking a Ryzen 5 1600. My old desktop ran an AMD A6-5400K, and the machine I'm building for retro gaming is based around an AMD Athlon 64 X2 3800+.

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