Submission details

- Enthusiast league

5881 cb with 2x Intel Xeon E5 2699 v4 at 2868MHz

Ranking position

36th

WR Rank:

36th out of 3605

4th

Global 44x CPU rank:

Medal 4th out of 14

2nd

2x Xeon E5 2699 v4 rank:

Cup Silver 2nd out of 9

Points earned

Media gallery

Screenshots
Cinebench - R15 screenshot
screenshot

Hardware details

CPU details

  • Model: 2x Intel Xeon E5 2699 v4 'Broadwell-EP'
  • Cooling: Air (Custom)
  • Speed: 2,868MHz (+30.36%) (ref/imc/qpi: 2,460//9,500MHz)
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Memory details

  • Manufacturer: Crucial
  • Product: 4GB DDR4-2133 RDIMM
  • Type: 32768MB DDR4 SDRAM
  • Timings: CL15.0 15-15-38 1T

VGA details

Mainboard details

Disk details

  • Capacity: 128GB (AHCI)

Power details

Recent Comments

Philippines dhenzjhen says:

Nice run, but need to do proper screenshot :)

Morocco php75 says:

Hi, I done the shot too fast, I didn't noticed that the 4 cpuz windows doesn't show memory.

Philippines dhenzjhen says:

Hi, I done the shot too fast, I didn't noticed that the 4 cpuz windows doesn't show memory.

 

 

I meant don't use your phone to take screenshot, use paint or any other capture software :)

Morocco php75 says:

I don't usely work with windows. I usely work with redhat. I'll will look after some screenshot capture software for next records.

If unix bench were allowed here, I will put this one : Supermicro X10DAx - Geekbench Browser.

Best regards

Philippines dhenzjhen says:

I don't usely work with windows. I usely work with redhat. I'll will look after some screenshot capture software for next records.

If unix bench were allowed here, I will put this one : Supermicro X10DAx - Geekbench Browser.

Best regards

 

We use linux everyday at work also mainly for testing from UP to multicore

CPUs as well as tesla grid cards, but we don't need talk about linux here as

it's not really related to the bench.. You really have to redo it or this submission will be blocked :)

 

Good luck!

Morocco php75 says:

We use linux everyday at work also mainly for testing from UP to multicore

CPUs as well as tesla grid cards, but we don't need talk about linux here as

it's not really related to the bench.. You really have to redo it or this submission will be blocked :)

 

Good luck!

 

Thank you very much to warn me ; I'll we redo the screenshot monday or thuesday.

Best regards

Morocco php75 says:

Is it correct with this one ?

Best regards

Philippines dhenzjhen says:

Yessir!

Morocco php75 says:

Thank you

Korea (republic) hammershark says:

Hi. I was wondering if 1,000 Watt PSU will be capable of handling GTX1080. Is it a dangerous choice to just go with 1000 watt if I'm going to use GTX1080 along with the same cpu and mainboard that you have?

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