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Well finally had a little time to do some memory tweaking, got a little way to go yet and this is just for my 24/7 settings and therefore this is at only 1.4v, tried so many speeds and so many latencies it hurt so I have settled at this for the time being as the best balance, when I next have some time will tweak benching timings at 1.45 - 1.5v and see what they can do.

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Well finally had a little time to do some memory tweaking, got a little way to go yet and this is just for my 24/7 settings and therefore this is at only 1.4v, tried so many speeds and so many latencies it hurt so I have settled at this for the time being as the best balance, when I next have some time will tweak benching timings at 1.45 - 1.5v and see what they can do.

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What RAM kit, the one in your sig?
 

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HP z820 workstation with 64GB ECC 1866 DDR3 kit. Sixteen memory modules makes for a total of 8 memory channels. Dual socket system, running two Xeon E5-2673 v2 processors (LGA2011). You will see below, the processor is incorrectly identified as its retail equivalent, the E5-2667. Nearly identical clocks but the 2673 is OEM only and uses 20 watts less power. But they are hard to find. I had to go to China to get mine.




 
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With some minor tweaking... Only stability tested for 2 hours though. Less than a 2% reduction to latency but I wanted to get into the sub 40ns range :laugh:
 
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HP z820 workstation with 64GB ECC 1866 DDR3 kit. Sixteen memory modules makes for a total of 8 memory channels. Dual socket system, running two Xeon E5-2673 v2 processors (LGA2011). You will see below, the processor is incorrectly identified as its retail equivalent, the E5-2667. Nearly identical clocks but the 2673 is OEM only and uses 20 watts less power. But they are hard to find. I had to go to China to get mine.


WOW, 8 mememory chnnels, I didn't think that's how it worked... that'#s impressive infact.. that's insane... nver seen readings that high? Mine's way off that...

 
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WOW, 8 mememory chnnels, I didn't think that's how it worked... that'#s impressive infact.. that's insane... nver seen readings that high? Mine's way off that...

The z820 is a dual socket system, with each CPU having a singe quad channel memory controller. Sixteen total DIMM slots and two slots per channel, so yes indeed, its an effective 8 channel system. This particular ram configuration I have results in the highest possible memory bandwidth for the z820 because it doesn't support anything over 1866MHz memory. It's maxed out. Here is the layout. If you are wondering, those are two 75 x 75 mm liquid coolers that each support up to 150w TDP v2 xeons. The pump is integrated in with the base of each radiator and the water block and radiators are pure copper, making for a very sleek, tool less and low profile design, that's more highly efficient at removing heat than you first might think. They perform better than a substantial number of the much larger 120mm AIOs.

 
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The z820 is a dual socket system, with each CPU having a singe quad channel memory controller. Sixteen total DIMM slots and two slots per channel, so yes indeed, its an effective 8 channel system. This particular ram configuration I have results in the highest possible memory bandwidth for the z820 because it doesn't support anything over 1866MHz memory. It's maxed out. Here is the layout. If you are wondering, those are two 75 x 75 mm liquid coolers that each support up to 150w TDP v2 xeons. The pump is integrated in with the base of each radiator and the water block and radiators are pure copper, making for a very sleek, tool less and low profile design, that's more highly efficient at removing heat than you first might think. They perform better than a substantial number of the much larger 120mm AIOs.

Loving that setup I'll admit, never seen one with that cooling solution as well, superb stuff, that is a one off. Just for interest, how's it perform in cinebench R15 and R20? Be interesting to see the multicore performance on that one... ;love it
 
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With all core OC and Pstates at 4475MHz
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Loving that setup I'll admit, never seen one with that cooling solution as well, superb stuff, that is a one off. Just for interest, how's it perform in cinebench R15 and R20? Be interesting to see the multicore performance on that one... ;love it
Sorry to get off topic so I will make this quick. If you want to talk more just PM me.

It is a beast when paired with two powerful xeon chips and of course activating all memory channels by using all 16 dimm slots. Seems like my only complaint is that latency is slightly higher than I'd like it to be, but try as I may I cannot come up with a compatible ECC memory kit with better timings...searched the internet high and low. Any suggestions here on RAM selection? I doubt it, but I just thought I would ask....

HWINFO64 readout - check turbo operation upper left. Also note this program incorrectly identifies the CPU as it's retail counterpart, the 2667 v2, which is identical in speed but has higher TDP of 130 vs 110...

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Loving that setup I'll admit, never seen one with that cooling solution as well, superb stuff, that is a one off. Just for interest, how's it perform in cinebench R15 and R20? Be interesting to see the multicore performance on that one... ;love it
So I also have an identical z820 with nearly identical hardware configuration in my childhood home in upstate NY, except that one has a total of 24 cores and 48 threads. Also the same 16 channel memory kit as the first one and same GPU as well. It's a curb stomper that's for sure. That specific chip is OEM only, it's the E5 2696 v2, basically the best in class Intel offered at the time. Basically the best and most powerful Ivy bridge to ever roll off the assembly line. All core turbo is 3.1 or 3.2 IIRC and 3.5GHz boost (for single core war emergency power)

This is an AIDA64 result after measuring both systems performance with the same 64gb memory kit. Both kit's seem to offer identical performance, but with a slight latency penalty on the more powerful 2696 v2 rig. I'm guessing it's down to IMC differences chip to chip?


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My motto is if I find something I like (in terms of hardware or if something that just catches my eye) I buy a second one as well as soon as possible, hence I have two z820s to play with. I also have a 5.0GHz project coming up that will have two huge reservoirs in the drive bay area for my 9600KF. I couldn't resist buying just one reservoir.

Or just one jet ski :)



Loving that setup I'll admit, never seen one with that cooling solution as well, superb stuff, that is a one off. Just for interest, how's it perform in cinebench R15 and R20? Be interesting to see the multicore performance on that one... ;love it
Here is what task manager looks like:

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With this specific build I was mostly focused on trying to match the Thread ripper 1950X (16C/32T) in relative performance. According to my calculations, we hit the mark. Or at the very least, AMD didnt take the flag and run with it.
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So yes, it is a force to be reckoned with and should not be taken lightly. It is very good in every area of general computing including gaming. The MSI RX 5700 XT Gaming X is the best and coolest running 5700 XT GPU in existence, MSI worked some serious magic with this gaming x card in particular. Already shot down a prideful fella over at overclock.net who laughed at me and this setup, calling it sub par, old and generally bashing it while resting on his laurels BEHIND HIS 10th gen Intel chip . Except I didn't tell him it has 24 threads and 48 cores with a turbo of 3.5Ghz. Needless to say, when I posted my memory results from AIDA64 and other benchmarks like CB15 and CB20, he ran away with his tail between his legs. Never to be heard from again. So yes, the rig has a tendency to cause civil unrest at certain forums from time to time until people know exactly what is under the hood and exactly what they are dealing with. It's a very potent machine on all performance margins. It almost always ends in total destruction if it turns into some sort of benchmark challenge.
 
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Personally I think that this is king ASRock X299e-itx/ac :) Cant imagine how work with 10980XE, sodimm ram GSkill 4000

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from net 10980XE lower regular ram
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result is Intel still rules :D
 
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Playing with 4000 CL15 G.Skill
They scale nicely with voltage (tested at max 1.59v, but keep default 1.50v for daily)
They can do 3700 13-13-28 for better latency: 34.5ns
Fine for 32GB (4x8)
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All I can wrangle out of this cheap 2x16GB 3200/CL16 Micron Rev.E kit, at least at voltages I'm comfortable with (1.25V VCCSA, 1.3V VCCIO and 1.5V VDIMM). It absolutely refuses to POST at 4266 no matter how much I loosen timings. It will get into Windows with tRCD 21, but fails Memtest within a couple of minutes.
 
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