- Feb 21, 2008
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- Greensboro, NC, USA
|System Name||Cosmos F1000|
|Motherboard||Gigabyte Z370XP SLI, BIOS 15a|
|Cooling||Corsair H100i, Panaflo's on case|
|Memory||XPG GAMMIX D30 2x16GB DDR4 3200 CL16|
|Video Card(s)||EVGA RTX 2080 ti|
|Storage||1TB 960 Pro, 2TB Samsung 850 Pro, 4TB WD Hard Drive|
|Display(s)||ASUS ROG SWIFT PG278Q 27"|
|Case||CM Cosmos 1000|
|Audio Device(s)||logitech 5.1 system (midrange quality)|
|Power Supply||CORSAIR HXi HX1000i 1000watt|
|Keyboard||K65 RGB Corsair Tenkeyless Cherry Red MX|
|Software||Win10 Pro, Win7 x64 Professional|
Exactly what is it that you've been smoking. I've got to get me some of it.
Do you try to insult everyone you disagree with? I think it is best to treat others with respect personally.
I group things up into uses rather than Intel's marketing groups. I will do my best to explain what I was getting at more completely. I was referring to choosing between four fast cores, 6 to 8 fairly fast cores, and having lots of slower clocked cores for heavily multi-threaded tasks with the high end server grade Xeons. Xeon high end server offerings are best for heavily multi-threaded needs and most programs that are computational heavy now support as many cores as you can throw at it (think solidworks and amount of cores within reason of course). Game benchmarks, last time I checked, always yield best or same results regardless of core count at 4 or above and scale mainly on frequency and IPC of said cores. So reaching higher clocks on sockets 1155, 1150, or 1151 would be most beneficial on gaming while the workstation offerings with socket 2011 and 2011 v3 can't reach that high right? So 2011 and 2011 v3 would be good at both but not best at either unless you are reaching higher clocks on those sockets. Now if you can get higher clocks on the workstation offerings now with liquid or air cooling in general regarding 2011 v3, then I suppose that could be better for that use as long as the individual wants to cover that higher cost and power consumption for gaming use. The 6700K I have is free so no need to bring up its cost in the discussion to me personally unless you just want to continue with personal attacks for some reason. Not trying to get you excited. I was hoping for a discussion. I might be able to learn something from you if you know something I don't. That is the goal of my discussions here and should be the goal of most on this site with the exchange of ideas and concepts here.