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Old 03-02-2016, 11:18 PM   #11
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It's slated for Q2 of 2016.
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Old 03-04-2016, 01:42 AM   #12
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the XEONS cant be overclocked
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Old 03-04-2016, 02:42 AM   #13
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You can already buy 18 cores Xeons, so 10 cores is nothing special. It will be first desktop CPU with 10 cores though.
Sure you can, but will they be running at 4.4GHz or higher? The i7 6950x will more than likely be able to do faster than that. So, 20 threads at 4.4-4.6GHz will be a very fast and expensive machine.
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Old 03-11-2016, 03:11 PM   #14
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The 6950x Broadwell-E is a 14nm chip vs the 22nm Haswell-E chips. So, using a sealed water cooling unit such as those from Corsair, should cool it fairly easily. The Haswell-E chips can do 4.4GHz comfortably on water without heat issues. I think 4.4GHz is a conservative estimate for the chip (Broadwell-E).
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Old 03-11-2016, 03:51 PM   #15
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I found when stress testing with Prime 95 Using the corsair h100i watercooling I was lucky if I could get over about 4.2GHz before it started to throttle every time. A lot of it can depend on the ambient temperature of the room as I found if I worked in a cold room (below 18C) then I could overclock to 4.4 with no issues, but if the temp of the room was warmer then it tended to throttle the CPU's back.
Also not every Haswell-e can be overclocked to the same rate so you may also find that some won't overclock that high anyway without becoming unstable. We have a supplier that stress tests CPU's for overclocking before shipping out so we can be reasonably sure they can hit the mark under perfect conditions.
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Old 03-11-2016, 04:22 PM   #16
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I prefer the h110 because of the 280mm radiator. The ilink software is flakey at best. The bios controls fans and pump based on accurate temp readings.
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I prefer the h110 because of the 280mm radiator. The ilink software is flakey at best. The bios controls fans and pump based on accurate temp readings.
Even the h110 doesn't prevent overheating and throttling as it's more down to the ambient temp.

I never said anything about using the ilink software. I monitor the temps using 3rd party software, and it made no difference whether I used the ilink or the BIOS the CPU's throttled as the fans maxed out and the temp still went higher than recommended
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Old 03-11-2016, 04:41 PM   #18
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The last 5960x system I built had a push pull fan setup on a H110. Plus a positive pressure fan arrangement for the case and hard drives.. The ambient temperature will be an issue only if you don't cool the room...which is a no brainer to me.
I live in Florida and use AC during the summer.
I consider room cooling as part of the user's responsibility.
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I agree about the room cooling, but you have to make that clear when making statements about overclocking as a lot of people don't have AC.
Also I find this statement misleading
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The Haswell-E chips can do 4.4GHz comfortably on water without heat issues. I think 4.4GHz is a conservative estimate for the chip.
A lot of the Haswell-e CPU's become unstable around the 4.3 to 4.4Ghz range, so it can be hit and miss on whether you get one that can support those speeds without crashing and Blue-screening. If you can you should try and find a reseller that has pre-tested CPU's otherwise you may buy in one that can't run at those speeds
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Old 03-11-2016, 05:38 PM   #20
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That wasn't clear. I was referring to the Broadwell-E. I just added that to the original post.
I'm just reporting my results. I'm not an integrator, but I do know how to create a functioning system from formula to delivery.
So far, I have had great success with New Egg supplied chips....and yes, that could change :(
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