ASUS Z9 PE-D8 WS Dual Xeon Insanity E5-2660 & E5-2687W


Dual Xeon Insanity


Regular viewers will notice that the AES result has been bumped off of our AIDA64 CPU graph. The reason is clear when you see that our previous high-score was the 3960X with a monster nine hundred thousand. That's dwarfed with the 2.9 million from the E5-2687Ws. Obviously if we'd have left that in our normal graph the rest of the results would have been a sliver.

The frankly eye-popping AES result isn't the only big score. The PhotoWorxx and CPU Queen are perhaps slightly understated, but the zLib scores of both the E5-2660 and E5-2687W are outstanding. 




We were initially slightly disappointed with the Quad Channel performance on the standard i7-3960X results, but these clearly demonstrate the reason why this is a workstation setup and not a gaming one. When the 1095T can give memory scores better than your £4000 setup you know that memory performance is less than stellar.

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Most Recent Comments

02-04-2012, 19:59:06

It's a beautiful thing... that amount of processing power should be illegal.Quote

02-04-2012, 19:59:16

I seriously want a pair of these for folding. 114k PPD without any bonuses is insane!

(Btw Tom the link is broken mate)Quote

02-04-2012, 20:02:24

O my god ...

that is awesome , nice one TTL cudos Quote

02-04-2012, 20:06:35

Off topic,

But where can I buy a benchtable like that ?

BTW the link on here goes to a smaller picture ! Quote

02-04-2012, 20:09:34

So much POWA!!!!!

Wasted for anything less than folding or rendering etc though.


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