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Intel Core i7-7800X 6-Core 3.5 GHz LGA 2066 140W BX80673I77800X Desktop Processor, MSI X299 SLI PLUS LGA 2066 Intel X299 SATA 6Gb/s USB 3.1 ATX Intel Motherboard

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This pretty good deal if you don't have a micro center around.
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wow, been waiting for non-x threadripper to drop was about to pick this up then i see 28 PCIE lanes....srsly wtf intel.
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wow, been waiting for non-x threadripper to drop was about to pick this up then i see 28 PCIE lanes....srsly wtf intel.
What's the issue with that?
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What's the issue with that?

If you are not running sli and multiple pcie drives, you will not need the additional lanes. 28 will be fine.
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If you are not running sli and multiple pcie drives, you will not need the additional lanes. 28 will be fine.
16 on 1 GPU, 4 on 1 pcie SSD, plus northbridge/southbridge dedicated lanes, PCIe cards, raid controllers. It's just barely enough for a current power user, but not capable as capable on current workstations, and is no where near future proof when it comes to PCIe lanes
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16 on 1 GPU, 4 on 1 pcie SSD, plus northbridge/southbridge dedicated lanes, PCIe cards, raid controllers. It's just barely enough for a current power user, but not capable as capable on current workstations, and is no where near future proof when it comes to PCIe lanes
This guy fuks
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Don't know what that means but I don't think it's good. As plainly as I can say, there is NO point in buying an Intel with only 28 lanes enabled when you can get double + for cheaper with amd now. And yes no fuks given on clock speed, whens the last time a Xeon 8 core clocked at 4ghz?

But you buddy, you're an @$$hole no doubt
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Can anyone comment on the mobo?
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Can anyone comment on the mobo?

I would be concerned about the single 8 pin CPU power connector. With the 7800x you will be fine, but if you want to upgrade and overclock the CPU, the single connector might be an issue.
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Don't know what that means but I don't think it's good. As plainly as I can say, there is NO point in buying an Intel with only 28 lanes enabled when you can get double + for cheaper with amd now. And yes no fuks given on clock speed, whens the last time a Xeon 8 core clocked at 4ghz?

But you buddy, you're an @$$hole no doubt
You missed a meme. You're now talking s**t to a guy who was just commenting that you knew why 28 was an issue, and explained why.
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Don't know what that means but I don't think it's good. As plainly as I can say, there is NO point in buying an Intel with only 28 lanes enabled when you can get double + for cheaper with amd now. And yes no fuks given on clock speed, whens the last time a Xeon 8 core clocked at 4ghz?

But you buddy, you're an @$$hole no doubt
Definitely helpful bit of info. With pcie ssds going on sale, it wouldn't hurt having more lanes. Seems like sli is getting phased out though so what other uses might come of more lanes ? Sincerely wondering
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Definitely helpful bit of info. With pcie ssds going on sale, it wouldn't hurt having more lanes. Seems like sli is getting phased out though so what other uses might come of more lanes ? Sincerely wondering
Don't know really, but seen a board using 3 - m.2 PCIe 4x ssds with an additional 1 mounted to a memory slot (weird looking module that it plugs into - and I don't know if it pulls from the PCI lanes) but that only accounts for gpu and storage (that is 28 lanes right there with a 16x gpu) no room for controllers or peripherals, wifi cards, raid cards, USB add on cards and more.

possibly revert back to dual gpus if Linux kernel could be securely separated for VM on same machine - a la 2 gamers one CPU, 2 gpus.? and before the Anti Linux Microsoft is for gamers crowd jumps in, secure VM code starts in Unix/Linux, and is then copied and pasted (as far as I'm concerned) into Microsoft. true core separation and some bios flashes could theoretically get you multiple real computers off of 1, where you'd only need inputs tethered, and independent gpu would be no brainier to output
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