WTB: LGA 2011 2p (dual socket) motherboard

Discussion in 'For Sale / Trade' started by FNtastic, May 23, 2018.

  1. FNtastic

    FNtastic Gawd

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    Looking for an inexpensive option to avoid having to purchase a whole workstation and disassemble. I have 2 E5 -2670 V2s and RAM already planned to install. Need a compatible dual socket motherboard that will accept regular ATX power supply, and fit in a workstation style case. Ideally an Asus Z9PA-D8 or Intel S2600COE.

    Wants, but not needs:
    -Integrated graphics, or small graphics card so I don't have to source one
    -Integrated LAN over Ethernet, again so I don't have to source another card

    Please let me know if you have anything. Thank you for reading.

    Edit: Heatware is https://www.heatware.com/u/96420/to
     
  2. melk

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    Nearly every server board I have come across has built in VGA and LAN, if not multiple LAN ports...
     
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    Thanks for the bump. Some that I've seen only have SFP+ and the Ethernet being used for IPMI or something similar.
    Edit: and a few even had no graphics cards. Like I said, not necessary, but would be nice to have
     
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    y0shi Limp Gawd

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    I have a barely used Asus Z10 P8 WS. It comes with 2 procs. I believe they are 14 core hyperthreaded procs, 2.1ghz each, 128 DDR4. Currently not using the system, taking reasonable offers. It also has four dual slot GPUs, probably 5870s for wuadfire. Anyone interested? I have some raid cards, s#ds and mechanical drives if you're interested.
     
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  7. FNtastic

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    Can you link to that specific board? When I Google that model number, it shows results for a LGA2011-3. Which would be V3 processors, and wouldn't fit my needs. Definitely interested if you have a V2. Thanks
     
  8. Zepher

    Zepher [H]ipster Replacement

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    I'd sell this, but probably more than you want to spend.
    This is an Intel S2600COE in a Corsair Air 540 case.

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    I think it was an old post of yours that I actually found the Intel motherboard model from.
    What a beautiful setup. I'm sure it's outside the range of what I'd like to spend, but if we did ever strike up something, we're local so there'd be no shipping involved. :)
     
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  10. melk

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    Now that's a really nice looking setup :) I love dual-socket rigs
     
  11. FNtastic

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    Happy memorial day bump
     
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    sno.lcn Limp Gawd

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    I LOVE my Z9PA-D8. I listed it for sale about 6 months ago, but changed my mind. It's been incredibly solid, and the ATX form factor is great. Good luck!
     
  13. Zepher

    Zepher [H]ipster Replacement

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    My Intel is also rock solid, been running 24/7 since I got it in August of 2016, this is the longest it's ran between updates since I don't have it set to not update automatically.

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    Zepher [H]ipster Replacement

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    Shoot me a PM, maybe we can work something out. I am still unable to work due to my disability and keep getting denied for social security and medicaid disability, so I am like broke as shit with no health coverage.
     
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    y0shi Limp Gawd

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    Google is right, it has a socket 2011 v3 socket for each proc.
     
  16. FNtastic

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    I appreciate it
    Thanks for the update. Sounds like a nice board. GLWS