Reviews and Problems with Intel Xeon E3-1235 3,2GHz Socket 1155 Box
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Affordable, powerful, dependable
Expecting Better, Amazon
29 July 2013
Summary: Combined with ASUS P8BWS, 16GB of kingston ECC RAM, noctua D14 and a Powercolor Radeon 7770 GHz-Edition makes for a whisper quiet, dependable home workstation. Running nearly all day every day for a year without so much as a hiccup.
Summary: I am using this in my home server running WHS 2011 and it provides very good performance. Due to the fact that it is idle most of the time, it runs very cool: 30-40 degrees (C). The AES-NI instruction set provides very good BitLocker performance (I am using BitLocker on all my drives, including the boot drive.) I can stream HD video from my server without any stuttering. (I am streaming it directly to a Samsung TV over LAN.
Summary: Good processor so far. Running it 24/7 crunching on a intel mini-itx board. There arent many confirmed options for this chip to use motherboard and memory wise. it doesnt need ECC to run, standard ddr3 is fine. it is more powerful then my q6600 and q9550 combined and runs at 60watts which is half of either of my others.
Pros: Fast. Cheap compared to 2600k. server chip so 24/7 stable. very efficient speed vs power
Cons: lack of motherboard options. locked multiplier. still trying to get turbo boost running correctly. lack of reviews and hardware tested compatibility have to risk it yourself
Summary: mit etwas über 200€ der güstigste vollwertige i7 (8MB Cache +HT). Läuft bei mir auf einem Asrock Z68 Exteme3 Gen3, dementsprechend aber ohne ECC Speicher. Ansonsten sind offenbar alle Features funktional (VT-d, AVX etc). Mit 8900 PassMark punkten ziemlich gleich auf mit dem 200Mhz schnelleren i7-2600, welcher aber keine iGpu hat.