Xeon E5-2699 v3
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Xeon E5-2699 v3 Performance Specification
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2.3 GHz
18 cores
36 threads
Haswell-EP
145W
22nm
LGA 2011/Socket R
64 Bit
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Xeon E5-2699 v3 Game Requirement Analysis

Xeon E5-2699 v3 is an upcoming server processor based on the 22nm, Haxwell microarchitecture.

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koalabeer's Rig
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zero difference :)

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DNMgamez's Rig
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144% worse XD

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eslamsheeko's Test Rig
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87% better then mine its cool for me

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ItsTheGamerEdit123's Rig
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These Xeon processors are not meant for gaming. They're meant for workstation or server computers. You can run an amazing server with this one. Or 2 if you're really rich.

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Can this beat a 5960x?

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In gaming? Nope, worse. In day to day use? Nope, worse. In console emulation? Nope, worse. In a home media center box? No, probaly worse. In a small scale home server? No.


In professional video rendering, affter effect processing, and CGI? Yes. In mass scale server emulation? Yes. In heavy multi level data centers? Yes. In large website servers that have 1mill+ influx of people a day? Yes.

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well he summed it up better then i ever could thumbs up for you

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The 6950X is 18% Better!
The 5960X is 2% Better

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As you haven't specified. Is it enough to run Crysis?

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Only 44% worse :P

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Xeon E5-2699 v3 vs Avg. AAA Game System Requirements
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