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    Mining BIOS repository

    I didn't think anyone was still mining....just for a hobby?
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    M.2 for legacy mainboard

    I have read about this a few times; never tried it. I think it will still be bottle necked by other things man..
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    M.2 for legacy mainboard

    https://www.win-raid.com/t3286f50-Guide-NVMe-boot-for-systems-with-legacy-BIOS-and-UEFI-board-DUET-REFIND.html
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    Is the xeon e7 4890 v2 compatible with my x79g chinese board?

    Yep, my bad....updated info. Thanks....
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    HP Workstations Owners Club

    I think your good, can you go to your bios and check the boot block date? should say 2011 or 2013... From memory, i'm sure the 2013 will work; I own some Z420's (they use the same BIOS)
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    When i turn the computer, only the mother board logo showing and nothing works

    can you reset the bios? and like the others said; remove all extra's..... if you see the motherboard logo; that it actually a good thing. 99% of the time, if you get this far; your main components should be fine.. the issue could be any number things, bad over clock, overheating cpu (because of...
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    M.2 for legacy mainboard

    Sorry to say, but I don't think you will get much better speeds with an NMVE (if you get it to work) It will be bottle necked by the CPU, MEM speed & possibly the chipset. At the time of this board, SSD's were all SATA 6.0... You could use it for a data drive maybe?
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    HP Workstations Owners Club

    if your boot block BIOS is 2013, with the latest update. it should support NVME https://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Desktop-Boot-and-Lockup/Z620-M2-NVME-support-in-bios-update/td-p/7038538
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    Is the xeon e7 4890 v2 compatible with my x79g chinese board?

    Sorry man, i think its this socket.. "LGA 2011-1 (Socket R2), an updated generation of the socket and the successor of LGA 1567, is used for Ivy Bridge-EX (Xeon E7 v2),[6] Haswell-EX (Xeon E7 v3) and Broadwell-EX (Xeon E7 v4) CPUs, which were released in February 2014, May 2015 and July 2016...
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    Apple to Develop the Metal Family of GPUs, Dump AMD Radeon

    My thoughts exactly; I think you may have answered your own question, their focus may not be on creative professionals. I'm no expert, but I don't think they can match AMD or Nvidia... I just cant see how its possible.
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    Cerebras Introduces the CS-1 System, Home to World's First Trillion Transistor Processor

    I take back the Crisis joke in full....
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    Cerebras Introduces the CS-1 System, Home to World's First Trillion Transistor Processor

    I think this will finally be able to play Crisis without stuttering....yes!!! finally; 60+ FPS!!
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    Intel Releasing 10 core 20 thread i9-10900KF for $499 very soon... 5.2 Ghz boost

    I don't think it works like that; I think it comes down to the game engine and how its written. But I'm no software expert. I would say that the most games are optimized for 1-6 threads...it may require a rewrite; or a more likely scenario is ported over from another platform.
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