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Dell Workstation Owners Club

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System Name Dell Precision WorkStation T5500 (Xenos)
Processor x2 Hexa-core Xeon X5675 processor 3.46Ghz
Motherboard Dell Inc. 0CRH6C A02
Cooling OEM Dell Front-Dual Fans and x2 Insignia Fans 80mm
Memory 18GB DDR3 1333 MHz
Video Card(s) ZOTAC GeForce GTX 1080 Ti Mini 11GB GDDR5X
Storage x2 512GB Kingston KC400 SSD and 2TB Seagate Mobile HDD
Display(s) x3 Dell Ultrasharp 2407WFPB (1920x1200)
Case OEM Dell Precision T5550 Case
Audio Device(s) On-Board Sound
Power Supply OEM Dell 875W PSU
Mouse Rosewill NEON M62 (10000 DPI)
Keyboard Rosewill NEON K85 RGB (Kailh brown key switches)
Software Windows 10 Pro 64-Bit
Consider it confirmed.
The W3690 is basically the single CPU version of the X5690. The X-series supports dual socket, the W-series does not. I liked using the X-series chips in my old single socket 4,1 Mac Pro.
Oh thanks! That saves me from a lot of hassle, especially the mobo! Appreciate the responses guys.:clap: Also, i heard the W3690 has a unlocked multiplier and from this link here: https://www.userbenchmark.com/UserRun/3125524, it can be overclocked all the way to 4.0Ghz on the T3500. Can you confirm this please?
 
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