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    Quote Originally Posted by ShrimpBrime View Post
    Asus is so quiet, but read a quick article at Tweaktown the upcoming Asus Crosshair Formula VI. http://www.tweaktown.com/news/52796/...act/index.html

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    Here's some server related info on the Zen Opteron front!
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    Quote Originally Posted by DaveB View Post
    Here's some server related info on the Zen Opteron front!
    8 memory channels huh?
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    Thats a pretty beastly configuration. In a 2P thats 64core 128thread, 16 memory channels. @ddr4 2400 thats 300GB/second of memory bandwidth.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ssjwizard View Post
    Thats a pretty beastly configuration. In a 2P thats 64core 128thread, 16 memory channels. @ddr4 2400 thats 300GB/second of memory bandwidth.
    I wonder what will be the limiting factor in loading a program (Considering you are using the RAM as a OS and program drive)
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    Quote Originally Posted by M@rk View Post
    I wonder what will be the limiting factor in loading a program (Considering you are using the RAM as a OS and program drive)
    I'm not sure you understand how this server hardware would be used...
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    Quote Originally Posted by ATMINSIDE View Post
    I'm not sure you understand how this server hardware would be used...
    I do understand lol, I just thought about that..
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    Quote Originally Posted by ATMINSIDE View Post
    I'm not sure you understand how this server hardware would be used...
    He may understand but I don't! Hints accepted
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    Quote Originally Posted by knoober View Post
    He may understand but I don't! Hints accepted
    The vast, vast majority will be used for long-term computation and rendering. One second or thirty to start a render isn't a big deal when it can take close to a month to complete.
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    That and virtualization setups. To be able to have that many cores in a small chassis would be pretty incredible
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    Quote Originally Posted by Janus67 View Post
    That and virtualization setups. To be able to have that many cores in a small chassis would be pretty incredible
    my thoughts as well could run many powerful vm's with a setup like that
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    Somehow 1.4GHz base clock is pretty low. It also looks like not the best idea if you wish to set Windows Server with their new licensing ( not saying it will be used with that but it's the most popular OS ).
    If it's overclocking then I'm interested.

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    I think you'll find these server setups are going to be very pricey so really not for the home user.
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    Quote Originally Posted by petteyg359 View Post
    Except for the part where it is apparently fake
    Could be! But it also reads as a Mini ITX format so the picture looks accurate.

    B350M-C This model isn't looked at as fake, but also not one bit of information about it at Asus's site either.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DaveB View Post
    I think you'll find these server setups are going to be very pricey so really not for the home user.
    true im running mine with windows server host and 4vm's on an i3 with 16gb of ram lol and its not a typical home server either i3 has plenty of horses, though i dont do any transcoding or encoding.
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    Rumour: there will be a 4C4T variant of Ryzen.
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    I sure hope so, cut down costs a bit! If AMD only go as low as 4c/8t then that means they're competing with i7 at the lowest. That leaves the i5 and i3 market (dual core with or without hyperthreading and quad core without) completely in intel's hands. Kinda makes me wonder why they're okay with batting in the low end GPU market but not the low end CPU market.

    Another note, they could keep making CPU's with lower performance, maybe less cache, lower clock speeds, lower over all architectural performance for the very budget conscious consumers. Like what they do with the Athlon x4 chips right now.
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