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Re:eVGA SR-3 2012/03/01 19:57:54 (permalink)
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There is an optical S/PDIF port on the back with the other audio ports.

Cool. Thanks.
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Re:eVGA SR-3 2012/03/02 06:06:19 (permalink)
Jacob, 
 
As the E5's are starting to show up in online ordering, can you tell us if we'll need to wait for some future variant of unlocked E5 to get full overclock capabilities?  Would like to get started ordering but don't want to jump the gun.
 
 

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Re:eVGA SR-3 2012/03/02 10:11:18 (permalink)
10-core Ivy Bridge-EP Sample Tested
 
http://www.techpowerup.co...-EP-Sample-Tested.html
 


 
The second image seems to be a 8 core-16 thread x 20 cpus system.
 
The multipliers seem to be unlocked for the first xeons, and 8.8 seconds for the 1M pi seems to be great at 2.8GHz, my e5645 at 3.8GHz does it in 10 seconds.
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Re:eVGA SR-3 2012/03/02 15:27:07 (permalink)
Methinks next week is going to be very illuminating. Intel is supposed to unveil and probably release the 2600s next week at cebit, and once that happens, Jacob will be more able to answer questions about how OCing is going to work.
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Re:eVGA SR-3 2012/03/02 17:26:11 (permalink)
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10-core Ivy Bridge-EP Sample Tested

http://www.techpowerup.co...-EP-Sample-Tested.html




The second image seems to be a 8 core-16 thread x 20 cpus system.

The multipliers seem to be unlocked for the first xeons, and 8.8 seconds for the 1M pi seems to be great at 2.8GHz, my e5645 at 3.8GHz does it in 10 seconds.

 
 
ETA LGA 2011 Ivy Xeons?
 
Could go for 20 physical cores on SR-X @ 4.x ghz.

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Re:eVGA SR-3 2012/03/02 20:36:15 (permalink)
Probably end of the year or first part of next year.
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Re:eVGA SR-3 2012/03/02 21:11:05 (permalink)
hi
the cpu yes , the SRX , hope midle 2012
 
i have two 8C 3ghz for the SRX

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Re:eVGA SR-3 2012/03/02 21:12:55 (permalink)
Unless EVGA is having problems with the BIOS or something on the SR-X, I'd say its release is imminent.
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Re:eVGA SR-3 2012/03/04 16:50:29 (permalink)
Wow... I'm glad this thread is doing so well^^*
Haven't made a good thread before>.<
 
I heard that the x79 platform has some issues...
I don't think this should be released until all those issues are worked out...
Not saying this is using a x79 chipset...
Like the SR2, it may use a server version of it, however, I think the x79 problem will be similar.
 
Just saying...
Correct me if I'm wrong^^
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Re:eVGA SR-3 2012/03/04 21:11:04 (permalink)
Who knows. Jacob is in Taiwan with vince and tin, and per this thread:
 
http://kingpincooling.com.../showthread.php?t=1640
 
It sounds like they're in the presence of either a functional SR-X system or Kepler. I would put more faith in it being the SR-X because I can't see them wasting untold amounts of LN2 on midrange Nvidia hardware. Unless GK104 is not midrange...
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Re:eVGA SR-3 2012/03/05 16:25:52 (permalink)
So Im at a loss here.. Im not sure which information is correct since its all coming from the same person. EVGA_JacobF  stated that 4 way SLI will run at all 16x ..   a few pages ago he stated that now it will run 2 16x and 2 8x ...   their shocase at CES 2012 advertises SR-X to run 4 way sLI at 16x ...  so which is it..  (The video below at 0:38 you can clearly see 4 way sli @ 16x   :   ) 
So which is it can a mod please clerify ...   On several threads you guys have stated both versions..  perhaps it will be two versions of the board...    just someone please clerify the actual set up we will get.
 
PS: I love the waterblocks also shown in the CES 2012 showcase.
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Re:eVGA SR-3 2012/03/05 16:26:55 (permalink)
sorry the address was removed /watch?v=J3_Crzey0as at youtube for the CES footage ..    which was also posted by jacob..
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Re:eVGA SR-3 2012/03/05 18:16:32 (permalink)
Just chill. We'll know for sure very soon.
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Re:eVGA SR-3 2012/03/05 18:29:49 (permalink)
Brocasta

Just chill. We'll know for sure very soon.
 
  
      When's that?
         Pretty soon. Don't worry.
     Pretty soon?..  How long is that? 
         In a little while, man! 
      ...A little while? What'll we do 'til then?
  
 

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Re:eVGA SR-3 2012/03/05 18:36:07 (permalink)
I really hope EVGA is launching their new PSUs with the SR-X.

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Re:eVGA SR-3 2012/03/05 19:15:20 (permalink)
lollygag

Brocasta

Just chill. We'll know for sure very soon.
 
 
     When's that?
         Pretty soon. Don't worry.
     Pretty soon?..  How long is that? 
         In a little while, man! 
      ...A little while? What'll we do 'til then?
 




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Re:eVGA SR-3 2012/03/05 19:49:30 (permalink)
Aggressor Prime

I really hope EVGA is launching their new PSUs with the SR-X.

Me too. That 1500w unit is just perfect for the SR-X.
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Re:eVGA SR-3 2012/03/06 01:30:25 (permalink)

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Re:eVGA SR-3 2012/03/06 02:50:58 (permalink)
wow, a couple srx boards and some intel hardware amd the us military will be contacting us for computer might... hahaha

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Re:eVGA SR-3 2012/03/06 03:47:18 (permalink)
Still don't get why the 2690 is more expensive than the 2687w.
 
Now all we need is a motherboard.  Newegg only has a supermicro
 
http://www.newegg.com/Pro...x?Item=N82E16813182348

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Re:eVGA SR-3 2012/03/06 04:54:07 (permalink)
Ahhhh the anticipation is killing me!
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Re:eVGA SR-3 2012/03/06 05:20:41 (permalink)
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So Im at a loss here.. Im not sure which information is correct since its all coming from the same person. EVGA_JacobF  stated that 4 way SLI will run at all 16x ..   a few pages ago he stated that now it will run 2 16x and 2 8x ...   their shocase at CES 2012 advertises SR-X to run 4 way sLI at 16x ...  so which is it..  (The video below at 0:38 you can clearly see 4 way sli @ 16x   :   ) 
So which is it can a mod please clerify ...   On several threads you guys have stated both versions..  perhaps it will be two versions of the board...    just someone please clerify the actual set up we will get.

PS: I love the waterblocks also shown in the CES 2012 showcase.

 
Its 2x16 and 2x8


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Re:eVGA SR-3 2012/03/06 05:53:58 (permalink)
Any info on release date now that Xeon 2600-series has launched?
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Re:eVGA SR-3 2012/03/06 06:43:44 (permalink)
Asus board is up a serversdirect.
 
http://www.serversdirect....oduct.asp?pf_id=MB1375

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Re:eVGA SR-3 2012/03/06 07:22:13 (permalink)
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sokyoku

So Im at a loss here.. Im not sure which information is correct since its all coming from the same person. EVGA_JacobF  stated that 4 way SLI will run at all 16x ..   a few pages ago he stated that now it will run 2 16x and 2 8x ...   their shocase at CES 2012 advertises SR-X to run 4 way sLI at 16x ...  so which is it..  (The video below at 0:38 you can clearly see 4 way sli @ 16x   :   ) 
So which is it can a mod please clerify ...   On several threads you guys have stated both versions..  perhaps it will be two versions of the board...    just someone please clerify the actual set up we will get.

PS: I love the waterblocks also shown in the CES 2012 showcase.


Its 2x16 and 2x8

 
What the, since when did this happen? Why can't it do 4 way X16?
 
EDIT: Okay so I read the last few pages, why aren't you using lanes from the secondary CPU?
post edited by Halfdead14 - 2012/03/06 07:42:27
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Re:eVGA SR-3 2012/03/06 07:44:17 (permalink)
 
beaker7

Still don't get why the 2690 is more expensive than the 2687w.

Now all we need is a motherboard.  Newegg only has a supermicro

http://www.newegg.com/Pro...x?Item=N82E16813182348

 
Intel Xeon E5-2690 Thermal Design Power 135W
  Intel Xeon E5-2687W Thermal Design Power 150W 
 
the 2690 is less power hungry and in servers that counts
post edited by bugzyme - 2012/03/06 07:48:20
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Re:eVGA SR-3 2012/03/06 07:47:48 (permalink)
bugzyme

 
beaker7

Still don't get why the 2690 is more expensive than the 2687w.

Now all we need is a motherboard.  Newegg only has a supermicro

http://www.newegg.com/Pro...x?Item=N82E16813182348


Intel Xeon E5-2690 Thermal Design Power 135W
Intel Xeon E5-2687W Thermal Design Power Thermal Design Power 150W

the 2690 is less power hungry and in servers that counts

 
I get that.

But why wouldn't you just buy the cheaper one and downclock it?

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Re:eVGA SR-3 2012/03/06 08:00:50 (permalink)
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Still don't get why the 2690 is more expensive than the 2687w.
TDP rating. Unlike enthusiasts, the multi-CPU community has a segment willing to pay more for a CPU that can operate at a lower TDP with the same performance as a higher wattage part; resulting in lower power bill and lower cooling bill, considering the typical Xeon customer purchases dozens to hundreds of these CPUs.
 
Just so you know, Asus has several variations of dual socket boards because they've been making multi-socket boards for both AMD and Intel for years.  There isn't just one just because that's all enthusiasts care about regarding SR-X. 
 
Halfdead14
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Its 2x16 and 2x8

What the, since when did this happen? Why can't it do 4 way X16?
EDIT: Okay so I read the last few pages, why aren't you using lanes from the secondary CPU?
They are sort of, 40 lanes per CPU means that 2x16 + 2x 8 = 48 lanes, the other eight has to come from somewhere.  I'm sure the other lanes are going in other slots since we still don't know the configuration, JacobF is just stating that  four dual-slot cards will see dual x16 3.0 and dual x8 3.0.  I'd like to think there are single-slot configurations with more lanes, but I don't know.  We need the configuation to determine what is or isn't possible with one or two CPUs.
 
I'm sure EVGA made sacrifices just to enable Xeon overclocking in pairs; just as well if lanes matter more than overclocking, then I suggest get a regular dual 2011 by either Supermicro or these by Tyan or wait for Asus and Gigabyte to chime in. 
post edited by lehpron - 2012/03/06 08:08:43

For Intel processors, 0.122 x TDP = Continuous Amps at 12v [source].  

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Re:eVGA SR-3 2012/03/06 08:02:42 (permalink)
Yep, the other 2S Romley boards use both sets of 40 lanes. I'm sure EVGA bucked this trend for a reason.
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Re:eVGA SR-3 2012/03/06 08:04:14 (permalink)
So at least in my browser, when looking at the forums, today there is a big blank spot in the upper right where the X79 banner was.  Is that a hint of things to come shortly?


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