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Consulting regarding computer specifications with 10980xe processor etc. Screen 3080


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Peace,

 

I would love to get an opinion on the following specification, keep in mind that the processor and video card are available which means I will definitely use them.

Really not closed about memory, I would love for more suggestions.

 

The computer is designed to work with very heavy software, in the future probably also games.

 

CPU: 

Intel® Core ™ i9-10980XE Processor Edition

https://ark.intel.com/content/www/us/en/ark/products/198017/intel-core-i9-10980xe-extreme-edition-processor-24-75m-cache-3-00-ghz.html

 

CPU Cooler:

ASUS STRIX LC 360 AIO 360mm

https://www.asus.com/Cooling/ROG-STRIX-LC-360/

 

Motherboard:

ASUS ROG Strix -E Gaming II

https://www.asus.com/Motherboards/ROG-Strix-X299-E-Gaming-II/

 

Memory 

2X

G.Skill Trident Z Neo Series 32GB (2 x 16GB) 288-Pin SDRAM PC4-28800 3600MHz CL16-19-19-39 1.35V Desktop Memory Model F4-3600C16D-32GTZNC

= 64 GB

 

SSD

SAMSUNG 970 EVO Plus 2TB - M.2 NVMe

 

Power Supply

Asus -STRIX Modular 850W GOLD -STRIX-850G

 

Graphics

NVIDIA  RTX ™ 3080

https://www.nvidia.com/en-eu/geforce/graphics-cards/30-series/rtx-3080

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Software with synthesis engines like vivado. A little less familiar, more in the field of electrical engineering.

In addition, a number of virtual machines (most of the time only 2) will run in parallel.

 

I would love to elaborate further, what more data is needed?

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Indeed the software is unfamiliar to me.

 

Regarding the drive, you should probably look for more drives 

Suitable but I do not currently have a pull out.

It's not that the drive is bad, but for such a system it is advisable to go for more than ENTRY LEVEL ...

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Indeed the software is unfamiliar to me.

 

Regarding the drive, you should probably look for more drives 

Suitable but I do not currently have a pull out.

It's not that the drive is bad, but for such a system it is advisable to go for more than ENTRY LEVEL ...

What does more appropriate mean?

 

Have reviews on the other components?

 

Thanks. 

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the intent 

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What does more appropriate mean?

 

Have reviews on the other components?

 

Thanks. 

 

This refers to drives with better performance.

Performance went in practice, not on paper.

Although again, this is not bad either.

It's all a matter of cost / investment.

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Hello encouraged,

 As Napoleon said, please detail more what the requirements are (yes questionnaire For specifications in the forum).

 

Two things I would recommend,

1. Recommend going for processors , You will get more computing power per price.

2. If your work involves simulations that take more than a few hours it is best to use ECC memory (by and large this prevents random errors due to noise during calculations, to avoid a situation of incorrect solution at the end of calculation).

 

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Hello encouraged,

 As Napoleon said, please detail more what the requirements are (yes questionnaire For specifications in the forum).

 

Two things I would recommend,

1. Recommend going for processors AMD, You will get more computing power per price.

2. If your work involves simulations that take more than a few hours it is best to use ECC memory (by and large this prevents random errors due to noise during calculations, to avoid a situation of incorrect solution at the end of calculation).

 

 

Hello Tom, as I wrote the CPU already exists.

 

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Keep in mind that the CPU and video card are there so I will definitely use them.

 

 

The goal is data processing. I will try to fill in what is relevant:

 

2. What useful computer (games, graphic editing, office work, HD content, for example), is there a specific example of a game or software?

Software that does synthesis, virtual machines, editing And probably in the future also games.

 

3. Do you need peripheral equipment (eg keyboard, mouse, speakers And screen)?

No

 

4. Is there a basic component that does not need to be included in the specification? (Eg Drive SSD Which already exists and can be added to the assembly)

CPU etc. screen

 

5. How important is silent computer operation?

Important, not critical

 

6. Is there a limit or preference for the physical size and weight of the computer, lights, etc.?

It really does not matter

 

7. Is there a need to include an OS / Office (preferably a preferred version) and / or a computer in the store?

There is no need

 

9. When is the computer purchase planned (it is highly desirable to request a specification shortly before buying)?

As soon as possible

 

10. Are there any special requests regarding ports and connections (eg USB Type-C or FireWire)?

PCIE4 to each screen

 

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??? The processor and board in any case only support PCIE3   

I understand that the monitor supports pcie4.

 

But if the CPU does not support then it is probably really irrelevant and that is why I am consulting here.

 

But so far I only get recommendations why not buy, anyone willing to help with what to buy?

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The parts you choose are good although the pricing of Asus especially in the country is very expensive. In things like power supply or Water that Asus does not really produce but only buys from subcontractors I do not see a good reason to pay extra for the branding, you can usually find better things for less money.

 

Power supply I would go for From the RMx / HX family and you should already consider going for 1000w for this type of system in case you want to add or upgrade a video card in the future

- water X73

 

What case is it going to fit in?

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The parts you choose are good although the pricing of Asus especially in the country is very expensive. In things like power supply or Cooling Water that Asus does not really produce but only buys from subcontractors I do not see a good reason to pay extra for the branding, you can usually find better things for less money.

 

Power supply I would go for Corsair From the RMx / HX family and you should already consider going for 1000w for this type of system in case you want to add or upgrade a video card in the future

- Cooling water NZXT X73

 

What case is it going to fit in?

Thanks for the comment, I'm not so locked into a case but I kept an eye on it:

Sharkoon ELITE SHARK CA300T E-ATX

 

Regarding approx. Screen, I'm assembling the new 3080's Do you think I'll need 1000W anyway?

Keep in mind that the processor consumes 165W and so on. 320W screen.

 

Do you have a recommendation on (64GB total)? Which is better 4X16 or 2X32?

Another SSD recommendation?

 

At the moment the current specification looks like in the picture with the case I attached

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Thanks for the comment, I'm not so locked into a case but I kept an eye on it:

Sharkoon ELITE SHARK CA300T RGB E-ATX

 

Regarding approx. Screen, I'm assembling the new 3080's NVIDIADo you think I'll need 1000W anyway?

Keep in mind that the processor consumes 165W and so on. 320W screen.

 

Do you have a recommendation on זיכרון (64GB total)? Which is better 4X16 or 2X32?

Another SSD recommendation?

 

At the moment the current specification looks like in the picture with the case I attached

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In my work I doubt there is a difference between 4 sticks of 16 or 2 of 32.

But the difference is in the price. I think 2 of 32 will be cheaper for you and will also leave you open to future expansion to 128 (if you have to)

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