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4829 cb with 2x Intel Xeon E5 2696 v3 at 2948MHz

Ranking position

97th

WR Rank:

97th out of 3935

5th

Global 36x CPU rank:

Medal 5th out of 19

1st

2x Xeon E5 2696 v3 rank:

Cup Gold 1st out of 1

Points earned

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Cinebench - R15 screenshot

Hardware details

CPU details

  • Model: 2x Intel Xeon E5 2696 v3 'Haswell-EP'
  • Cooling: Air (Custom)
  • Temperature (°C): 61 (load) 28 (idle) 26 (ambient)
  • Speed: 2,948MHz (+28.17%) (ref/imc/qpi: 100/1,263/9,600MHz)
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Memory details

  • Product: ValueRam
  • Cooling: Air (Stock)
  • Temperature (°C): 52 (load) 36 (idle) 26 (ambient)
  • Type: 65536MB DDR4 SDRAM
  • Speed: @ 1,123MHz
  • Timings: CL31.0 31-31-63 3T

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Power details

  • Manufacturer: Nilox
  • Series: SRM-850
  • Power: 850 Watt
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Recent Comments

Poland ADVenturePO commented on his own score:

I wanted 4839cb.... very hardly.

Palestinian Territory sami.sabra says:

ADVENTUREPO i have a question for you, what rams did you use, or do you recommend, i am using the same MB, CPU, any suggestions please.

Poland ADVenturePO says:

These were Kingston 4x16GB 64GB QUAD KIT CL17 2133 MHz.

I'm almost always using Kingston. They're very flexible and almost alway MoBo is being able to find the right settings for them in OC.

 

For a quite time - 3 moths or so, my 14 core E5-2697V3 records were also made on the same memories (another same QUAD KIT). These WRs were beaten with E5-2690v4... not all - CBR15 is still there :)

 

But my WRs with 2x E5-2690v4, also with Kingston ValueRAM are still on also for 28 core setup.

 

So, yes, I do solely recommend these memory modules.

Palestinian Territory sami.sabra says:

Thank you very much for the information.

 

But your score screen shot says it was 8 GB*8 DDR4 2400Mhz

you mentioned its 2133Mhz, do you mean it was 2400Mhz and down clocked to 2133?

 

since Xeon 2699v3 supports up to 2133Mhz, do you think this kit will work for me:

 

https://www.amazon.com/Kingston-ValueRAM-2400MHz-KVR24R17D4K4-64/dp/B01EI5VVO6

 

i appreciate your time taken looking for this.

 

Sami

Palestinian Territory sami.sabra says:

i love your score ! one more Request please after figuring out which one was it the 2400 or 2133 could you provide any link for the actual memory to buy, i really feel lost with the amount of rams kingstone provides.

Palestinian Territory sami.sabra says:

i found these kit of 4, but they are 2400Mhz, which i know isnt supported by our 2699v3 processor, what do you think Sir?

https://www.amazon.com/Kingston-ValueRAM-2400MHz-KVR24R17D4K4-64/dp/B01EI5VVO6

Palestinian Territory sami.sabra says:

ADVENTUREPO are you around Sir :)?

Palestinian Territory sami.sabra says:

These were Kingston 4x16GB 64GB QUAD KIT CL17 2133 MHz.

I'm almost always using Kingston. They're very flexible and almost alway MoBo is being able to find the right settings for them in OC.

 

For a quite time - 3 moths or so, my 14 core E5-2697V3 records were also made on the same memories (another same QUAD KIT). These WRs were beaten with E5-2690v4... not all - CBR15 is still there :)

 

But my WRs with 2x E5-2690v4, also with Kingston ValueRAM are still on also for 28 core setup.

 

So, yes, I do solely recommend these memory modules.

 

 

Thank you very much for the information.

 

But your score screen shot says it was 8 GB*8 DDR4 2400Mhz

you mentioned its 2133Mhz, do you mean it was 2400Mhz and down clocked to 2133?

 

since Xeon 2699v3 supports up to 2133Mhz, do you think this kit will work for me:

 

https://www.amazon.com/Kingston-Valu.../dp/B01EI5VVO6

 

i appreciate your time taken looking for this.

 

Sami

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