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Tt P5 dual xeon 44 cores, 512GB ram, 4-way SLI

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I'm new here, but I've done a few builds from time to time...

 
 
Short summary
 
Here are the specs:
 
Supermicro X10DRG-Q
2x E5-2699 v4 (44 cores/ 88HT) (3.7ghz turbo)
512GB ram DDR4 2400mhz  ecc reg
(QUAD SLI) 4 Titan X SC
2x Samsung NVMe 950 Pro pcie 3.0 (os drives)
10x Samsung 850 Pro SSD RAID (apps drive)
LG 31MU97z 4096x2160 true 4K rev C
modded P5 case, Noctua heatsinks
Digital power supply 1600w
Windows Server 2012 R2 Data Center, Ubuntu 15
 
 
Fully functional
Board allows use of all 7 slots while using 4 sli cards
 
Using 2 NVMe 950 Pro
 
Will be putting one pane of glass on the front
 
Runs quiet and cold
 
Build pains, tweaks and optimization are to come
 
Case was heavily modified to accommodate HUGE motherboard, power supply, and the equivalent of 11 pci slots
 
Had to come up with a way to hold and keep cool 10 ssd 850 pro drives
 
 
Nothing, absolutely nothing was easy about any of this
 
 
Anyhow enjoy some pics
 
 
Opinions?
 
 
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I'll put the glass pane on the side tomorrow
 
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Ok cinebench score
 
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Ok read and write score
 
the board has no audio jack on the back, but does have the standard HD header
 
The board has audio, a'97, and HD7
Audio is alive and well, and gaming
 
I used the HD out and mic in
 
I made a custom output to the connector on the board, I put audio in and out on the back of the case spine, green and pink, see picture
 
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