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Need a very powerful computer specification for software that ran for business. 9900K is not enough.


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I develop software that consumes a lot of processing, especially hundreds of browsers Open at the same time and run.

As far as I understand the consumption is of CPU and not GPU, in any case I already have a 1660TI that I want to connect for extra security.

So I need a computer (if possible one that can put more than one processor in it is great - server style).

Memories - 32 GB will suffice (2 sticks) - in my opinion from NEWEGG the price is half of the country.

Will run Windows 10.

 

What processor \ it could match ?

I was thinking of going for the X's X models ? I assume 32 cores (16 * 2) is the minimum.

Budget 5000 - 9000

 

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As a programmer it is hard for me to imagine what a need there is that this is the best solution for him, just intriguing.

You run Real and full? There are headless solutions that will surely save resources.

If there really is a scaling problem think about how to split the work across several computers, it is more complicated but allows to grow almost unlimited if done correctly.

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This is the fourth computer.
HEADLESS is DETECTED in most cases - currently unused.
And instead of continuing to split - I thought of buying a computer with the option to upgrade to another processor. Who can recommend?

Maybe go for a model Xeon? Anyone know?

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You will find that models of processors that support multiplication Cost twice as much as the equivalent models without this capability (depending on whether there is support for only two Or in 4+ which is really expensive)

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Maybe go for a model Xeon? Anyone know?

Xeon is a whole family of processors you need to be more specific. Anyway when it comes to multi-processors you have exactly two families that meet the demand, Intel Xeon or  . Another perhaps more affordable option is a single 32- or 64-core AMD Threadripper processor.

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Just a question, I guess you see all the cores at load, are they at full load? Properly utilized? 

In short, are 32 medium-core (2.5 GHz) superior to 16-speed cores (5 GHz)? 

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I guess everything is utilized.

Want a processor with at least 2 times the power.

I realized that there are the X models (I have a friend who works at Intel and brings me cheap) Is there anything recommended there?

In general I would be happy for any specifications that you think will fit.

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If so the situation is indeed a 100% utilization in parallel processing. That means you need more cores. I would think in the direction of the Raisen 5950X which is actually 16 cores and 32 threads, this is a doubling of 2 in parallel processing power.

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i9-10980X is the most powerful processor Intel has to offer in this field, 18 cores but fits in a more expensive lga2066 based board

The RYZEN 5950 comes with 16 cores and fits on more standard boards.

Threadrippers are not cheap at the base and also sit on more expensive boards but come with 24/32/64 cores. 

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He claims to bring the processor for $ 500. It's a price of 5800X.

 

You have not set any special board requirements.

https://www.plonter.com/detail.tmpl?sku=X299-UD4-Pro

That's about the basics.

 

Cooling :

https://www.plonter.com/detail.tmpl?sku=RR-212TW-16PW-R1

Anything that supports lga2066 should fit.

 

Memory You want a kit of 4 sticks. Maybe even faster is better. 

https://www.plonter.com/detail.tmpl?sku=HX432C16FB3K4-32

If 32 is enough ... 

 

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