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1950X Goes full blown 128GB RAM!

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So the PI I have been working with tasked me to add more RAM to the Threadripper Genome Workstation we built back in February.

The RAM arrived today. So popped them right in and BAM works right off the bat. Gotta say Threadripper 128GB memory tuning felt a lot easier than my X99. With XMP they run at 2666 rated speed just fine for 1.2V. Bumping the voltage to 1.35V would allow me to run these Corsair LPX kits at 2933. However since what they do is pretty intolerant of ANY error we decided to run the RAM only at rated 2666.

While I was at it I replaced the stock NZXT X62 thermal paste with Kryonaut. Used TPU's own memory testing app for a quick 4 hours RAM stability test and everything runs just fine. Finally I had a bit fun OCing the 1950X, pushing it to 4.05GHz with 1.4V Vcore. Not too bad.

The workstation is already back to work assembling another genome. Gotta say the TR series is really awesome. Potentially we may be building several more TR based bioinformatics station once Threadripper 2 comes out later this year.

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Maybe used real server from data center will be same price and performance and more reliable for scientific calculations? It will be louder, but... just my opinion.
 
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Maybe used real server from data center will be same price and performance and more reliable for scientific calculations? It will be louder, but... just my opinion.
It would be difficult to justify buying used equipment in Academia.

Passing used equipment between labs in the same department is fine. Buying used parts is not.
 
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How about "academic prices" from HP or Dell, if they exist, probably not, but you may try next time.
 
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How about "academic prices" from HP or Dell, if they exist, probably not, but you may try next time.
Yeah no. For a 8 core server Dell wanna charge us $5000. Hell no.

We did all the homework, Threadripper is the best bang for the buck.
 
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The +4 on your 24 pin power connector isn't pushed in all the way, it should be put in first or coupled correctly with the 20 pin when placed in.
Also EEC ram could be used in that board.
 
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The +4 on your 24 pin power connector isn't pushed in all the way, it should be put in first or coupled correctly with the 20 pin when placed in.
Also EEC ram could be used in that board.

Good eye. Just fixed it.
 
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I assume you work in higher ed because we couldn't even dream of a system like this to play with on our poverty k12 budget :laugh:
Seriously though that's really cool. So it is for research purposes (you mentioned genome work)? I won't pry for details but I love seeing hardware of this caliber being used for a real project instead of just for enthusiast fun.
 

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How much did that RAM cost you?! :eek:

Great machine and awesome use as a genome sequencer. That's for fighting genetic diseases, I take it?
 
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The +4 on your 24 pin power connector isn't pushed in all the way, it should be put in first or coupled correctly with the 20 pin when placed in.
Also EEC ram could be used in that board.
ECC unbuffered RAM costs quite a lot more. For now these will serve fine.

I assume you work in higher ed because we couldn't even dream of a system like this to play with on our poverty k12 budget :laugh:
Seriously though that's really cool. So it is for research purposes (you mentioned genome work)? I won't pry for details but I love seeing hardware of this caliber being used for a real project instead of just for enthusiast fun.
Not prying at all! Check out this thread here. This workstation is used for sequencing and assembly of genome: bacteria, plants, animals and etc.

https://www.techpowerup.com/forums/threads/we-need-moar-cores-for-science.240729/


How much did that RAM cost you?! :eek:

Great machine and awesome use as a genome sequencer. That's for fighting genetic diseases, I take it?
lol I didn't pay for it so I don't know. I just installed the RAM and did some tweaking.
Yes. Studying of different organism's genome. Not just diseases though. It can be used for selective genetic engineering as well.
 
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@xkm1948 is studying genetic engineering. He also has a picture of a cat in his avatar, and in his signature. Genetic engineering is nothing to be taken lightly, and these facts lead me to assume either he is trying to become a cat, or he already is a cat now, altered by genetic engineering to at least (and maybe beyond) human levels of intelligence and ability. Or maybe he wishes to increase the power of other cats, thereby enabling them to take over the world?
 
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Yeah no. For a 8 core server Dell wanna charge us $5000. Hell no.

We did all the homework, Threadripper is the best bang for the buck.

Actually the best BANG FOR A BUCK are haswell-ep QS qualification stepping xeons, not any latest tier hardware. But those are hard to come by and not suitable for people not looking for used procs or non oem hardware. But having the turbo frequency of said xeons unlocked and tweaked, they have more productivity than current tier hardware, but again, it's not for everyone.

@xkm1948 is studying genetic engineering. He also has a picture of a cat in his avatar, and in his signature. Genetic engineering is nothing to be taken lightly, and these facts lead me to assume either he is trying to become a cat, or he already is a cat now, altered by genetic engineering to at least (and maybe beyond) human levels of intelligence and ability. Or maybe he wishes to increase the power of other cats, thereby enabling them to take over the world?
AAnd you got a like from remixedcat, a mixed variety of android and feline
 
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Nice rig!

Too bad for dell charging you 5000$ for an 8 core server, we used to have a R730 with 2x E5-2690 V3 + 256gb of ram for around 20k (CAD).

But TR FTW!!!!
 
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@xkm1948 is studying genetic engineering. He also has a picture of a cat in his avatar, and in his signature. Genetic engineering is nothing to be taken lightly, and these facts lead me to assume either he is trying to become a cat, or he already is a cat now, altered by genetic engineering to at least (and maybe beyond) human levels of intelligence and ability. Or maybe he wishes to increase the power of other cats, thereby enabling them to take over the world?
Could be trying to do something anime-related with it...... I dunno. :wtf:

However with all that RAM he's set to do whatever is possible with it.
 
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Usually after 64gb or so it's the ram speed and performance that matters more than it's capacity, and with a fast nvme drive can certainly afford spilling over some of it to page file, If the task is large enough
 
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No RGB? So disappointing. :D
 
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Actually the best BANG FOR A BUCK are haswell-ep QS qualification stepping xeons, not any latest tier hardware. But those are hard to come by and not suitable for people not looking for used procs or non oem hardware. But having the turbo frequency of said xeons unlocked and tweaked, they have more productivity than current tier hardware, but again, it's not for everyone.
1st, let me just say i have zero idea about the prices for these types of CPUs.

With that disclaimer out of the way, let me tell you why i decided to reply to your post in this thread: meltdown / spectre.

Before these security issues were known, you may have been probably right but now it all depends on the type of workload, and i dunno what type of workload is OP's intended workload.

Meltdown is Intel only while spectre affects pretty much all manufacturers, which means even OP's rig can be affected severely by this.
 
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Actually the best BANG FOR A BUCK are haswell-ep QS qualification stepping xeons, not any latest tier hardware. But those are hard to come by and not suitable for people not looking for used procs or non oem hardware. But having the turbo frequency of said xeons unlocked and tweaked, they have more productivity than current tier hardware, but again, it's not for everyone.



AAnd you got a like from remixedcat, a mixed variety of android and feline
I don't think QS chips are allowed in "critical" systems. Also TR has better IPC than Haswell & lower power consumption, can use more RAM as well IIRC.
 
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Fu ck so sexy!
 
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QS chips are exactly oem chips, except they are not marked that way, once booted with microcode they are IDENTICAL in function and features to oem, except way cheaper.
About meltdown/spectre , iirc haswell-ep were not affected, but if they are affected, I installed the ms microcode update and the system is mitigated with ZERO performance penalty.
TR can use more ram? more than 768 GB of xeon? I don't think so. And how many pcie lanes does it have? dual xeons have 80 pcie 3 lanes. And with c states and c1e/speedstep in idle the xeons hardly use any power at all. What about ram bandwidth then? dual xeon have octal channel ddr4 @100gb/s speed, while TR has only quad
 
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No getting used/old system like Haswell-EP is impossible simply due to lack of warranty. All new equipment must have at least 2 years of manufacture warranty, hence why everything must be new components.
 
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Of course, I figured as much, although haswell-ep xeons are still available today brand new, albeit cost an arm and a leg. I probably built my system saving 100K $.....
 
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3% utilization of memory?
it bizarre and surreal at same time
 
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Yeah, 128gb a bit overkill if not on a busy web server
 
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