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Yes! There is no problem as long as you use the correct CPU! 18-Core Xeon W-2191B
Now before you do this consider the clocking Vs threads issue!
* 3.2 GHz 8-Core Xeon W-2140B
* 3.0 GHz 10-Core Xeon W-2150B
* 2.5 GHz 14-Core Xeon W-2170B
* 2.3 GHz 18-Core Xeon W-2191B
A single threaded process will run faster on your current system and much slower on the 18 core! As the clocking has a large effect here.
-'''But!!''' A multi-threaded application can leverage the multiple cores of the CPU, but you do need meter how many cores makes sense given you work load.
+'''But!!''' A multi-threaded application can leverage the multiple cores of the CPU, but you do need meter how many cores makes sense given your work load.
I often find people go crazy going with too large a chip when a middle version would make more sense!
-So if your multi-threaded work load is using more than 2/3rds of your work day then conceder the bigger chip, I would still see if the 14 core will be enough. If it’s less than 1/2 of your work day maybe the 10 core is enough.
+So if your multi-threaded work load is using more than 2/3rds of your work day then consider the bigger chip, I would still see if the 14 core will be enough. If it’s less than 1/2 of your work day maybe the 10 core is enough.
Just like Goldilocks and the three Bears! There is a balance! Not going too small or too big!
-Here’s a guide to get the display off [https://www.ifixit.com/Guide/iMac+Intel+27-Inch+Retina+5K+Display+2019+Display+Replacement/137597] we don’t have an guide’s explicitly for the iMac Pro. Review the [https://www.ifixit.com/Teardown/iMac+Pro+Teardown/101807] to an idea what’s involved.
+Here’s a guide to get the display off [guide|137597] we don’t have an guide’s explicitly for the iMac Pro. Review the [guide|101807] to an idea what’s involved.

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Yes! There is no problem as long as you use the correct CPU! 18-Core Xeon W-2191B
Now before you do this consider the clocking Vs threads issue!
* 3.2 GHz 8-Core Xeon W-2140B
* 3.0 GHz 10-Core Xeon W-2150B
* 2.5 GHz 14-Core Xeon W-2170B
* 2.3 GHz 18-Core Xeon W-2191B
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A single threaded process will run faster on your current system and much slower on the 18 core! As the clocking has a large effect here.
'''But!!''' A multi-threaded application can leverage the multiple cores of the CPU, but you do need meter how many cores makes sense given you work load.
I often find people go crazy going with too large a chip when a middle version would make more sense!
So if your multi-threaded work load is using more than 2/3rds of your work day then conceder the bigger chip, I would still see if the 14 core will be enough. If it’s less than 1/2 of your work day maybe the 10 core is enough.
Just like Goldilocks and the three Bears! There is a balance! Not going too small or too big!
+
+Here’s a guide to get the display off [https://www.ifixit.com/Guide/iMac+Intel+27-Inch+Retina+5K+Display+2019+Display+Replacement/137597] we don’t have an guide’s explicitly for the iMac Pro. Review the [https://www.ifixit.com/Teardown/iMac+Pro+Teardown/101807] to an idea what’s involved.

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Post originale di: Dan ,

Testo:

Yes! There is no problem as long as you use the correct CPU! 18-Core Xeon W-2191B

Now before you do this consider the clocking Vs threads issue!

* 3.2 GHz 8-Core Xeon W-2140B
* 3.0 GHz 10-Core Xeon W-2150B
* 2.5 GHz 14-Core Xeon W-2170B
* 2.3 GHz 18-Core Xeon W-2191B

A single threaded process will run faster on your current system and much slower on the 18 core! As the clocking has a large effect here.

'''But!!''' A multi-threaded application can leverage the multiple cores of the CPU, but you do need  meter how many cores makes sense given you work load.

I often find people go crazy going with too large a chip when a middle version would make more sense!

So if your multi-threaded work load is using more than 2/3rds of your work day then conceder the bigger chip, I would still see if the 14 core will be enough. If it’s less than 1/2 of your work day maybe the 10 core is enough.

Just like Goldilocks and the three Bears! There is a balance! Not going too small or too big!

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