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  • #51
    Originally posted by aht0 View Post

    uhm, only as long you stick to consumer CPU's. Xeon's.. well, gl.
    Who cares about Xeon, nobody buys Xeon anyways. Xeon are for servers, people don't buy Xeon for their PC. If Xeon got an integrated GPU or not is irrelevant.

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    • #52
      Originally posted by uid313 View Post
      Who cares about Xeon, nobody buys Xeon anyways. Xeon are for servers, people don't buy Xeon for their PC. If Xeon got an integrated GPU or not is irrelevant.
      Uhm, I had W3690 all these eons a go in my gaming rig. Xeon's are not only used on servers, workstations use them as well. And. Sometimes huge companies dump them into eBay in droves and gamers buy them because they can get thus i7-grade cpu cheaper that way and they dont care about iGPU anyway.

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      • #53
        Originally posted by aht0 View Post

        Uhm, I had W3690 all these eons a go in my gaming rig. Xeon's are not only used on servers, workstations use them as well. And. Sometimes huge companies dump them into eBay in droves and gamers buy them because they can get thus i7-grade cpu cheaper that way and they dont care about iGPU anyway.
        No, gamers don't buy these because you cant use a Xeon with a normal motherboard, you need a Xeon motherboard which is way more expensive so then it ends up more expensive even if you got the CPU for cheap.
        Workstations are not the target for Xeon, servers are, Intel have the i9 series for the high-end desktop computer (HEDT) market.

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        • #54
          Wrong Xeon W3690 on a normal motherboard ASUS Rampage II Gene
          https://github.com/cyring/CoreFreq/issues/199

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