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