24 Cores, 48 Threads for $360: Dual-X99 Jingsha Motherboard vs. AMD R9 3900X

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We're reviewing the Jingsha X99 "Two-Way" motherboard today, featuring 2x 12-core Intel Xeon CPUs for 48 total threads. 2x CPUs and the board cost less than one 3900X. Benchmarks within.
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We really enjoy working with old hardware, especially when it's been reworked into a new product. A lot of these motherboards are uniquely made by ripping old chipsets from e-waste motherboards (like ones that stopped working), then gluing all the salvaged parts together into a new product. This one is the Jing4sha1 Shuang1lu4 motherboard, or the "Two-Way" dual-X99 Jingsha board. We combined it with two Xeon CPUs, but also bought a third Xeon at 14C for $70. The total cost to get the two 12C CPUs (about $100 each) and the motherboard was around $360, making this one of the cheapest ways to get so many threads. Although scavenging for retired hardware is a lot of fun, modern CPU advancements have threatened the viability of solutions like this. As such, we'll be testing it against far cheaper solutions for gaming -- like the R3 3100 and 3300X -- and more expensive solutions for work (like the 3900X).

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TIMESTAMPS

00:00 - Intro to the Jingsha X99
04:18 - Shopping for Parts
07:19 - Expectations & Preliminary Tests
08:35 - Blender Monkey Heads
09:10 - Shadow of the Tomb Raider
10:35 - GTA V
12:30 - Performance-Related Specs
14:39 - Board Tweaking
17:00 - Total War: Three Kingdoms Battle
18:26 - Division 2
19:09 - Assassin's Creed: Origins
19:39 - F1 2019
20:09 - Blender GN Logo Render
20:46 - Adobe Premiere (1080p/4K)
22:12 - Chromium Code Compile
22:40 - Power Testing (Blender/Cinebench)
23:48 - Other Features
27:36 - Conclusions

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Host, Additional Reporting: Steve Burke
Editorial, Testing: Patrick Lathan
Video: Keegan Gallick, Andrew Coleman
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