[SOLVED] Intel Scalable sockets

The_tech_guy

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There appear to be two types of sockets for Xeon scalable the 3647 and the 3647 Narrow intel's page says nothing about this but when you got to amazon. You quickly notice the difference. I can't find mobos that have the 3647 do I have to get the tray version that fits the narrow socket? This is really confusing me.
 

Zizo007

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There appear to be two types of sockets for Xeon scalable the 3647 and the 3647 Narrow intel's page says nothing about this but when you got to amazon. You quickly notice the difference. I can't find mobos that have the 3647 do I have to get the tray version that fits the narrow socket? This is really confusing me.
What's your motherboard?

Edit: OEM parts don't have a warranty.
 

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Zizo007

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Yes professional Server/Workstation too me they look like completely different sockets.
https://ibb.co/vk9rXrg
https://ibb.co/848Q3wr
Or is amazon reusing pictures from other cpus?
Edit: this same picture is used on multiple pages https://www.financiamovil.es/3255-intel-core-i5-9600kf-procesador-37-ghz-caja-9-mb-smart-cache.html so I think it is just a reused picture.
They are both the same socket as the Xeon Gold 6230 is only offered using the 3647 socket:
https://ark.intel.com/content/www/us/en/ark/products/192437/intel-xeon-gold-6230-processor-27-5m-cache-2-10-ghz.html

Before buying it, you can get a faster AMD Threadripper system with similar core counts.
AMD is releasing the 64-core 3990X soon, there will be a 48-core 3980X too.
Or if you want something now ther's the 3970X with 32 cores.

Ryzen Threadripper will be faster than the Xeon Gold even if it has fewer cores.
 

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