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I want to build a high productivity computer and am looking at a motherboard supporting dual xeon processor system. this is a big change for me since being a programmer i rarely mess with hardware. i need to purchase to seperate intel xeon processor's for this board correct?

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by Alpha-Male In reply to Duel Processor systems

Correct...and you will also want to verify that the processors are paired or "stepped" to work in conjunction with each other.

Good luck!

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by hates In reply to Duel Processor systems

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by Gigelul In reply to Duel Processor systems

Hi,
Depends by your OS, you must upgrade it in order to exploit the both processors. Without upgrade you will use only one processor.
Also not all applications/programs know to use a dual processor system.

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by hjs In reply to Duel Processor systems

WOW. Dual Xeon's huh? That's server stuff. You will have to get two identical chips and have a lot of cash for the MB and the chips. You will also need an OS that can handle the two CPU's.

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