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have LGA 1155 motherboard which xeon processor will fit ?

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Hai Guys,
I have motherboard ( if im remember correctly is a H61 ) LGA 1155, with processor Intel G2020 ( sadly this processor is dead ).
so i think i will use this motherboard pairing with Xeon processor, and running linux as server for me to do experiment about linux and server.

may help me to give some insight about Xeon processor, cause i'm new in Xeon and its hard to search Xeon article in my country.
 
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Literally any first gen E3-12xx as a given + E3-12xx V2 if this mobo supports Ivy Bridge (check your BIOS version).
E3-1240 (or its V2 counterpart) should be the best value. Want an iGPU, pick an E3-12x5 CPU. 1220 series is to avoid because only have 4 threads.
 
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Literally any first gen E3-12xx as a given + E3-12xx V2 if this mobo supports Ivy Bridge (check your BIOS version).
E3-1240 (or its V2 counterpart) should be the best value. Want an iGPU, pick an E3-12x5 CPU. 1220 series is to avoid because only have 4 threads.
Intel Xeon E3-1275 is it the best value ?

i found this in market place in my country :
1. Intel Xeon E3 1225
2. Intel Xeon E3-1265L V3
3. Intel Xeon E3-1275 V3
4. Intel Xeon E3-1225 V3
5. Intel Xeon E3-1225 V5
6. Intel Xeon E3-1245 V5

now i have another question :
1. how much different ( performance ) between have iGPU or not have ?
2. what different between each version ?
 
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Intel Xeon E3-1275 is it the best value ?

i found this in market place in my country :
1. Intel Xeon E3 1225
2. Intel Xeon E3-1265L V3
3. Intel Xeon E3-1275 V3
4. Intel Xeon E3-1225 V3
5. Intel Xeon E3-1225 V5
6. Intel Xeon E3-1245 V5

now i have another question :
1. how much different ( performance ) between have iGPU or not have ?
2. what different between each version ?
Like I said, your only options are plain E3-12xx and E3-12xx V2. V3, V4, V5 onwards are not compatible with your motherboard.
1. how much different ( performance ) between have iGPU or not have ?
If you have a discrete GPU and don't do any streaming involving QuickSync then iGPU is only useful as a fall-back GPU. It isn't fast.

And I can't tell you what is the best value if I don't know the prices.
 
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Like I said, your only options are plain E3-12xx and E3-12xx V2. V3, V4, V5 onwards are not compatible with your motherboard.

If you have a discrete GPU and don't do any streaming involving QuickSync then iGPU is only useful as a fall-back GPU. It isn't fast.

And I can't tell you what is the best value if I don't know the prices.
LOL what kindda "quicksync" could offer this ANCIENT HD ( :D ) graphics? Better get some GTX 750 and be happy then.
 
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LOL what kindda "quicksync" could offer this ANCIENT HD ( :D ) graphics? Better get some GTX 750 and be happy then.
Ivy Bridge's one is surprisingly potent. I recorded Cyberpunk 2077 with minimal losses compared to Rocket Lake FWIW.

The gameplay itself was a mess because 3570K, even clocked to stupid 4.7 GHz, is still an ancient 4C4T CPU.
 
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Ivy Bridge's one is surprisingly potent. I recorded Cyberpunk 2077 with minimal losses compared to Rocket Lake FWIW.
from performance grade, I could tell Haswell iGPU are even kindda "playable" for some old games. So I don't consider anything seriously below. Same goes for CPU perf, Haswell are even these days are OK for office and light web usage, whether 1155 is much slower.
 
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from performance grade, I could tell Haswell iGPU are even kindda "playable" for some old games. So I don't consider anything seriously below. Same goes for CPU perf, Haswell are even these days are OK for office and light web usage, whether 1155 is much slower.
It's kinda "are you joking now?" if Intel's iGPU is unironically used for gaming. Like you said, GTX 750 is much better than that.

But QSV is great. Having a fall-back GPU is also fun.
 
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You guys are talking gaming performance; he is talking server.

What kind of graphics application are you planning to run on your linux server?
 
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It's kinda "are you joking now?" if Intel's iGPU is unironically used for gaming. Like you said, GTX 750 is much better than that.

But QSV is great. Having a fall-back GPU is also fun.
I have played with GMA965 some old games. I know man who SUCCESFULLY played CSGO on i3-2120 iGPU and fkin 4 GB ram... I've played on i7-3***U iGPU some old games... and Haswell iGPU is pretty well playable, and newer the iGPU, better the case lol... yeah AMD one is better but it never achieves 60 stable even at FHD on modern games... so stop claiming intel igpu is sh..t...
 

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Would be nice to know the exact model of OP's H61 board so it's easy to see its CPU support list.

Though an i7-2600/3770 would be practically the same thing as those consumer-Xeons are practically the same chip. Xeon does support ECC though if you need that.
 
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Intel Xeon E3-1275 is it the best value ?

i found this in market place in my country :
1. Intel Xeon E3 1225
2. Intel Xeon E3-1265L V3
3. Intel Xeon E3-1275 V3
4. Intel Xeon E3-1225 V3
5. Intel Xeon E3-1225 V5
6. Intel Xeon E3-1245 V5

now i have another question :
1. how much different ( performance ) between have iGPU or not have ?
2. what different between each version ?
I may be mistaken but isn’t the E3 1245 v5 a 1151 chip and the OPs board is 1155?

I’m with Kuello on this, Sandy i7 2600 or 2700 would likely be a better fit. Still very useable today at quad core 8 threads.
 
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I may be mistaken but isn’t the E3 1245 v5 a 1151 chip and the OPs board is 1155?

I’m with Kuello on this, Sandy i7 2600 or 2700 would likely be a better fit. Still very useable today at quad core 8 threads.
E3 1245 v5 is a Skylake chip, and that was the first generation that didn't work in consumer boards.

V3 chips were Haswell and used the 1150 socket. I have an E3 1270 v3 in my secondary system, which is basically an i7-4770, and it's a solid performer.

OP, if your board supports Ivy Bridge and any of the 77W 4C8T chips (E3 1240 v2 and up) are a good price, get one of those. Get the E3 12x5 v2 chips if you need an iGPU.
 
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You guys are talking gaming performance; he is talking server.

What kind of graphics application are you planning to run on your linux server?
Just for display something to monitor.
I had gaming PC for play a game. i just want to try to build server env.
Would be nice to know the exact model of OP's H61 board so it's easy to see its CPU support list.

Though an i7-2600/3770 would be practically the same thing as those consumer-Xeons are practically the same chip. Xeon does support ECC though if you need that.
I may be mistaken but isn’t the E3 1245 v5 a 1151 chip and the OPs board is 1155?

I’m with Kuello on this, Sandy i7 2600 or 2700 would likely be a better fit. Still very useable today at quad core 8 threads.
is it have an iGPU ?
 
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The processor you should buy is specifically the E3-1275 v2, or the i7 3770. If your motherboard does not support i7 3000 series, then it's i7 2600 or E3-1275. Both should be inexpensive by now. I personally recommend buying a i7 3770 if 3rd gen is supported.
 
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The processor you should buy is specifically the E3-1275 v2, or the i7 3770. If your motherboard does not support i7 3000 series, then it's i7 2600 or E3-1275. Both should be inexpensive by now. I personally recommend buying a i7 3770 if 3rd gen is supported.
well thank you
i'll check in my country market now.
 
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