Submission details

- Enthusiast league

3093 cb with 2x Intel Xeon E5 2696 v2 at 3255MHz

Ranking position


WR Rank:

590th out of 4246


Global 24x CPU rank:

27th out of 34


2x Xeon E5 2696 v2 rank:

Cup Gold 1st out of 1

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Hardware details

CPU details

  • Model: 2x Intel Xeon E5 2696 v2 'Ivy Bridge-EP'
  • Cooling: Air (Custom)
  • Speed: 3,255MHz (+30.20%) (ref/imc/qpi: 105//MHz)
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Memory details

VGA details

  • Model: Radeon R7 250 (Oland) AMD
  • Cooling: Air (Stock)
  • Speed: 1,050MHz / 1,050MHz (Stock)
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Recent Comments

France foo_fight commented on his own score:

CPU1 is E5 2696v2 : on full 31x105 MHz -> 3255 MHz CPU2 is E5 2695v2 : on full 28x105 MHz -> 2940 MHz

Iran MJ_Motamedi says:

nice run with 32MB memory :)

France foo_fight says:



My Dominator Platinum kits are certified for 933 MHz and they can't be OC. I'm surprised because a can bench at 980 MHz.

United States rariz says:

Congrats on that score..! So you can build a Dual Xeon with not exactly the same CPU? What are the rules for that?

France foo_fight says:

So you can build a Dual Xeon with not exactly the same CPU?


Yes it's possible if both CPU are the same generation. E5 v1 with E5 v2 doesn't work.


What are the rules for that?


I d'ont know but I think it's not a problem because when all the core are full the turbo frequency of the 2696v2 goes to the level of the 2695v2.


In the end it's as if I had two 2695v2 in all the benchmark that uses all the core at 100%.

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