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

PC Mark 7 and wPrime95

Dual Xeon Insanity

PC Mark 7

Once again we get a clear indication of how much horsepower is available to us. PC Mark moves data in and out of memory so much that you can gain a big chunk of your final score just by having blazing fast RAM. This Xeon rig most definitely doesn't have blazing fast RAM. It barely has average RAM. Yet still it can gain a thousand points over the i7-3960X.

wPrime

Hells bells. A billion places. Just over a minute. We don't know what else to say. Blinding.

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Most Recent Comments

02-04-2012, 15:59:06

Matthias2437
It's a beautiful thing... that amount of processing power should be illegal.Quote

02-04-2012, 15:59:16

PetrolHead247
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, 16:02:24

Tharionos
O my god ...

that is awesome , nice one TTL cudos Quote

02-04-2012, 16:06:35

SnW
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, 16:09:34

SieB
So much POWA!!!!!

Wasted for anything less than folding or rendering etc though.

@SnW

http://www.ldcooling.com/shop/45-ld-pc-v4Quote
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