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    05.02.2024

    Test Build: Supermicro X13SAE-F Intel Core i9-14900KF 6.0 GHz

    server one
    HOSTKEY

    In this article we will share the results of testing a computer assembly based on the Supermicro X13SAE-F motherboard and the new Intel Core i9-14900KF processor overclockable up to 6.0 GHz.

    HOSTKEYis a hosting company, and as such it is important for us to update our equipment in a timely manner in order to provide quality service and reduce costs. New equipment always involves a testing phase, as this is a good way to build up our own expertise on new platforms, to study the specifics of their operation, customization and configuration for client tasks.

    The latest novelty in our company was a build with an SM X13SAE-F motherboard and a Core i9-14900KF 6.0GHz processor. Let's take a look at what exactly this hardware is, and then we can consider the results of our testing of this configuration, especially given the lack of official results from some test programs.

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    SM X13SAE-F and Intel Core i9-14900KF specifications

    SM X13SAE-F motherboard

    Form factor

    ATX

    Dimensions

    12" x 9.6" (30.48 cm. x 24.38 cm.)

    CPU Support

    CPU

    Intel® CoreTM i3, i5, i7, i9 12th,13th-14th generation processor

    Supports a single processor LGA1700 (Socket V0) socket, and a processor TDP of up to 150W

    Number of cores

    Up to 24 (8+16) cores up to 6 GHz

    RAM support

    Memory capacity

    4 DIMM slots

    Up to 192 GB non-registered ECC/non-ECC UDIMM memory, DDR5-4400 MHz

    Memory type

    4400/4000/3600 Mt/s, 192 GB

    DIMM memory module size

    8GB, 16GB, 24GB, 32GB, 48GB

    UDIMM: 8 GB, 16 GB, 24 GB, 32 GB, 48 GB

    Voltage

    1.1 V

    Integrated devices

    Chipset

    Intel® W680

    SATA

    Intel® W680 controller for 8 SATA3 (6Gbps) ports; RAID 0, 1, 5, 10 support

    IPMI

    ASPEED AST2600 BMC

    Audio

    ALC888S HD Audio

    Network controllers

    One network card with an Intel® PHY I219LM controller, for AMT/vPro

    One network card with a Realtek RTL8211F PHY controller (dedicated for IPMI), dedicated network for IPMI

    One NIC with Intel® Ethernet I225-LM controller

    I/O

    LAN

    1 RJ45 port for a dedicated IPMI network

    1 RJ45 port for a Gigabit Ethernet network

    1 RJ45 port for a 2.5 Gigabit Ethernet network

    USB

    4 USB 2.0 ports (2 on the rear panel; 2 on the internal connector)

    2 USB 3.2 Gen2x2 ports (1 Type C on the rear panel; 1 on the internal connector)

    3 USB 3.2 Gen2x1 ports (3 Type A on the rear panel)

    3 USB 3.2 Gen1x1 ports (2 on the internal connectors; 1 Type A on the vertical panel)

    Video Output

    1 VGA port, 1 DVI-D port, 1 DP 1.4a port, 1 HDMI 2.0b port

    COM-port

    1 COM port (on the internal connector)

    TPM

    1 connector for a TPM connection

    Expansion slots

    PCIe

    2 PCIe 5.0 x16 slots (16/NA or 8/8),

    2 PCIe 3.0 x4 slots

    M.2

    M.2 interface: 3 PCIe 4.0 x4 slots, RAID 0, 1, 5 support

    Form Factor: 2280

    Key: M-Key

    Note

    1 PCI 32 bit, 5 V

    BIOS system

    BIOS type

    32 MB SPI Flash with AMI BIOS

    BIOS Features

    ACPI 6.0

    Plug and Play (PnP) support

    BIOS recovery with hotkeys

    Automatic Riser Card Detection

    Support SMBIOS 3.0 or later version

    Management

    Software

    Redfish API,Supermicro Server Manager (SSM),Supermicro Update Manager (SUM),SuperDoctor® 5,Super Diagnostics Offline,KVM with dedicated LAN,IPMI 2.0

    System management

    SuperDoctor 5

    Power management

    ACPI Power Management power-up mode.

    Power button override mechanism 

    Wake-on-LAN mechanism 

    Security

    Hardware

    Trusted Platform Module (TPM) 2.0

    Condition monitoring

    Fan control

    VBAT (battery voltage monitoring)

    System temperature

    CPU temperature

    standby voltage 3.3V

    1.05 (PCH)

    standby voltage 5V

    +5V, +3.3V, +12V (common supply voltages)

    CPU thermal trip support (CPU thermal protection support)

    +1.8V PCH

    LED

    Power indicator

    Error indicator

    Fans

    5 4-pin fan connectors (up to 5 fans)

    Fan speed control

    Overheating indicator

    Other features

    Support for thermal protection of the processor against overheating

    ACPI Power Management capability

    Chassis intrusion detection capability

    ATX power connector

    ACPI power management support

    8-pin connector for 12V connection.

    SM X13SAE-F is suitable for use in high-performance servers. Firstly, it supports the latest powerful 14th generation Intel processors with a large number of cores and high clock speeds.

    Secondly, the board has a high memory bandwidth of up to 192Gb using DDR5 modules. Fast memory access is critical for server workloads.

    SM X13SAE-F is equipped with a fast storage subsystem: 8 SATA3 ports and 3 M.2 PCIe 4.0 x4 slots with RAID support. High-speed PCIe 5.0 and PCIe 4.0 interfaces allow you to connect high-performance additional components.

    The board also supports virtualization and remote management technologies, which is important for servers. Monitoring functions track the status of all components in real time.

    An additional advantage when working with the SM X13SAE-F motherboard is the ability to directly control the hardware via an HTML5 console:

    Intel Core i9-14900KF 6.0GHz processor

    Processor model number

    i9-14900KF

    Total number of cores

    24

    Number of cores for performance

    8

    Number of cores for efficiency

    16

    Total number of threads

    32

    Maximum turbo frequency

    6 GHz

    Intel® Thermal Velocity Boost frequency

    6 GHz

    Intel® Turbo Boost Max 3.0 Technology

    5.8 GHz

    Maximum Turbo Boost Frequency for Performance

    5.6 GHz

    Maximum turbo frequency for efficiency

    4.4 GHz

    Base frequency for performance

    3.2 GHz

    Base frequency for efficiency

    2.4 GHz

    Cache

    36 MB Intel® Smart Cache

    36 MB Intel® Smart Cache

    32 MB

    Base level processor power

    125 W

    Maximum power

    253 W

    Supported memory types

    Up to DDR5 5600 MT/s

    Up to DDR4 3200 MT/s

    Maximum memory capacity

    192 GB

    Maximum number of memory channels

    2

    Maximum memory bandwidth

    89.6 Gbps

    Expansion Connectors

    Direct Media Interface (DMI) version 4.0

    Up to 8 lanes PCI Express version 5.0 and 4.0

    Maximum number of PCI Express slots

    20

    Supported sockets

    LGA1700

    This processor is well suited for use in server systems. Its hybrid architecture with 24 cores (8 high-performance and 16 energy-efficient cores) provides an excellent balance of performance and power consumption. The presence of cutting-edge Intel technologies is also an important advantage.

    A sufficient number of cores and high clock frequencies (up to 6 GHz) allow it to efficiently cope with multi-threaded loads typical for web servers and other server segment tasks. Support for 32 threads and 36 MB of cache also scales well for server tasks.

    The large amount of supported RAM (up to 192 GB), high bandwidth (up to 89.6 Gbps) and modern DDR5 memory interface are also important advantages for creating a productive server.

    Testing

    Description of the test environment

    We prepared two identical builds for the tests. By running the same tests on each, we can track anomalies and get relevant results.

    Server 1

    Server 2

    Motherboard

    SM X13SAE-F

    SM X13SAE-F

    CPU

    Core i9-14900KF 6.0GHz (24 cores)

    Core i9-14900KF 6.0GHz (24 cores)

    RAM

    4x 32 GB DDR5

    4x 32 GB DDR5

    Drive

    2x500GB NVMe SSD

    2x500GB NVMe SSD

    Power supply

    PSU 2000W

    PSU 2000W

    Network card

    Intel X520-DA2 2xSFP+

    Intel X520-DA2 2xSFP+

    Test

    nench.sh

    curl —s wget.racing/nench.sh | bash; curl —s wget.racing/nench.sh | bash) 2>&1 | tee nench.log

    Server 1

    CPU (less is better)

    SHA256-hashing 500 MB

    0,224 sec.

    AES-encrypting 500 MB

    0,386 sec.

    Ioping (less is better)

    seek rate
    min/avg/max/mdev

    44.0 us / 56.2 us / 144.3 us / 8.82 us

    sequential read speed

    generated 54,600 requests in 5.00 seconds, 13.3 GB, 10.9 to iops, 2.67 Gbps.

    dd (less is better, Mbps)

    1st run

    1430.51

    2nd run

    1335.14

    3rd run

    1335.14

    average

    1366.93

    IPv4 speed tests (less is better, Mbps)

    Cachefly CDN

    107.99

    Leaseweb (NL)

    0.11

    Online.net (FR)

    48.63

    OVH BHS (CA)

    16.59

    Server 2

    CPU (less is better)

    SHA256-hashing 500 MB

    0,225 sec.

    AES-encrypting 500 MB

    0,323 sec.

    Ioping (less is better)

    seek rate
    min/avg/max/mdev

    44.3 us / 57.3 us / 114.3 us / 8.66 us

    sequential read speed

    generated 54,700 requests in 5.00 seconds, 13.3 GB, 10.9 to iops, 2.67 Gbps.

    dd (less is better, Mbps)

    1st run:

    1430.51

    2nd run

    1430.51

    3rd run

    1335.14

    average

    1398.72

    IPv4 speed tests (less is better, Mbps)

    Cachefly CDN

    108.11

    Leaseweb (NL)

    0.11

    Online.net (FR)

    49.59

    OVH BHS (CA)

    16.60

    Iperf3 test results

    An iperf3 test was run between a local client and a remote server. The test included 10 parallel threads and was executed for 10 seconds on each thread.

    The first test

    Total throughput capacity

    Total transmission volume (10 sec.)

    Total transmission capacity

    2.03 GB

    1.75 Gbps

    Results by individual streams

    Flow number

    Average transmission volume (10 sec, MB )

    Average bandwidth (Mbps)

    Repeated transmissions

    5

    180

    151

    164

    7

    519

    435

    859

    9

    263

    221

    110

    11

    132

    110

    395

    13

    134

    112

    78

    15

    238

    200

    131

    17

    95

    79.7

    216

    19

    225

    189

    318

    21

    145

    122

    335

    23

    150

    126

    116

    The second test

    Total throughput capacity

    Total transmission volume (10 sec)

    Total throughput capacity

    1.23 GB

    1.05 Gbps

    Results by individual stream

    Flow number

    Average transmission volume (10 sec, MB )

    Average bandwidth (Mbps)

    Repeated transmissions

    5

    120

    101

    7

    7

    126

    105

    2

    9

    99.9

    83.8

    4

    11

    138

    116

    2

    13

    208

    174

    1

    15

    192

    161

    3

    17

    61.4

    51.5

    5

    19

    84.0

    70.4

    5

    21

    91.8

    77.0

    4

    23

    136

    114

    1

    The third test

    Total throughput capacity

    Total transmission volume (10 sec)

    Total throughput capacity

    10.7 GB

    9.22 Gbps

    Results by individual streams

    Flow number

    Average transmission volume (10 sec, MB )

    Average bandwidth (Mbps)

    Repeated transmissions

    5

    1.02

    858

    6

    7

    1.04

    895

    9

    9

    1.00

    860

    8

    11

    1.02

    858

    4

    13

    1.14

    978

    7

    15

    1.14

    980

    7

    17

    1.14

    978

    3

    19

    1.14

    978

    8

    21

    1.02

    855

    4

    23

    1.14

    976

    9

    The fourth test

    Total throughput capacity

    Total transmission volume (10 sec)

    Total throughput capacity

    11.0 GB

    9.45 Gbps

    Results by individual streams

    Flow number

    Average transmission volume (10 sec, MB )

    Average bandwidth (Mbps)

    Repeated transmissions

    5

    854

    717

    7

    7

    860

    721

    7

    9

    854

    717

    22

    11

    856

    718

    10

    13

    857

    719

    18

    15

    3480

    2990

    7

    17

    855

    718

    6

    19

    856

    718

    15

    21

    857

    719

    12

    23

    854

    717

    6

    In the first test, the total amount of data transferred was 2.03 GB with an average throughput of 1.75 Gbps. The highest throughput of 435 Mbps was observed on stream 7. There were also over 100 retransmissions on multiple streams indicating packet loss.

    In the second reverse mode test, the total amount of data received was 1.23 GB and the total throughput was 1.05 Gbps. The average throughput varied between streams from 51.5 to 174 Mbps. Maximum retransmissions (5) on streams 5 and 19.

    In the third test, 10.7 GB of data were transferred at an average rate of 9.22 Gbps. The throughput of the streams ranged from 855 to 978 Mbps with few retransmissions.

    The fourth test transferred 11 GB at an average rate of 9.45 Gbps. A single stream achieved a record throughput of 2.99 Gbps. The number of retransmissions was up to 22 on individual streams.

    librespeed

    ./librespeed-cli --server-json https://speedtest.hostkey.com/servers.json --server 1	

    dw

    306.6 Mbps

    upload

    309.23 Mbps

    Using the librespeed-cli utility, we tested our internet speed on the speedtest.imd.com server located in the Netherlands.

    The download and upload speeds were measured. The download speed was 306.6 Mbps - a pretty decent result, indicating fast and stable downloading of content. The upload speed was 309.23 Mbps - also above average, which is important for transferring large amounts of data. Another plus is that the download and upload speeds are about the same.

    In general, the test showed excellent results - fast and stable connection without obvious bottlenecks when downloading and uploading data

    Stress- ng

    stress-ng --cpu 24 --io 4 --vm 1 --vm-bytes 16G --timeout 60s --metrics-brief

    stressor

    bogo ops (secs)

    real time (secs)

    usr time (secs)

    sys time (secs)

    bogo ops/s (real time)

    bogo ops/s (usr+sys time)

    Intel Core i9-14900KF

    cpu

    2074846

    60

    1437.94

    0.02

    34579.44

    1442.91

    io

    266706

    59.90

    0.42

    11.54

    4452.51

    22299.80

    vm

    3856467

    60.12

    49.09

    10.95

    64142.65 

    64237.82

    stress-ng --cpu 32 --io 4 --vm 1 --vm-bytes 32G --timeout 60s --metrics-brief

    stressor

    bogo ops (secs)

    real time (secs)

    usr time (secs)

    sys time (secs)

    bogo ops/s (real time)

    bogo ops/s (usr+sys time)

    AMD Ryzen 9 5950X

    cpu

    2509636

    60.01

    1754.82

    0.55

    41823.2

    1429.69

    io

    14076

    60.03

    0.05

    0.94

    234.49

    14196.47

    vm

    5748301

    61.58

    109.74

    42.2

    93352.83

    37833.13

    stress-ng --cpu 32 --io 8 --vm 4 --vm-bytes 128G --timeout 60s --metrics-brief

    stressor

    bogo ops (secs)

    real time (secs)

    usr time (secs)

    sys time (secs)

    bogo ops/s (real time)

    bogo ops/s (usr+sys time)

    AMD Ryzen 9 7950X

    cpu

    3240575

    60

    1673.25

    7.21

    54008.35

    1928.39

    io

    595084

    60

    1.05

    15.93

    9917.64

    35034.97

    vm

    337066

    62.65

    87.94

    115.35

    5379.81

    1657.99

    According to the results of the CPU performance test (bogo ops), the best result was shown by AMD Ryzen 9 7950X processor - 3240575 bogo ops. The second place went to the Intel Core i9-14900KF at 2074846 bogo ops. AMD Ryzen 9 5950X showed a result of 2509636 bogo ops.

    In the I/O (io) performance test, the AMD Ryzen 9 7950X is the leader with a result of 595084 bogo ops. The second place is held by the Intel Core i9-14900KF with 266706 bogo ops. The lowest result went to the AMD Ryzen 9 5950X at 14076 bogo ops.

    In the virtual memory (vm) performance test, the best result was also the AMD Ryzen 9 7950X at 337066 bogo ops. Intel Core i9-14900 KF was in second place with 3856467 bogo ops. The AMD Ryzen 9 5950X took the third place with 5748301 bogo ops.

    Thus, according to the sum of the scores of all the tests, the most productive processor is the AMD Ryzen 9 7950X. In second place is the Intel Core i9-14900KF. The AMD Ryzen 9 5950X showed the lowest performance among the tested processors.

    Based on the test data, we can draw some conclusions about the preferred applications of these processors.

    Firstly, the AMD Ryzen 9 7950X performed better in CPU and I/O performance tests. It is best suited for applications that require high processing power and fast data access, such as scientific computing, machine learning, and video rendering.

    Secondly, although the Intel Core i9-14900KF is inferior in overall performance, it scored well in the virtual memory performance test. It is well suited for memory-intensive tasks such as compiling code or working with databases.

    Thirdly, the AMD Ryzen 9 5950X lags behind its competitors in almost all indicators. Nevertheless, its performance is high enough for most tasks. In terms of price to features ratio, it can be a good solution for gaming and everyday tasks.

    Drives

    stress-ng --sequential 0 --class io --timeout 60s --metrics-brief

    stressor

    bogo ops

    real time (secs)

    usr time (secs)

    sys time (secs)

    bogo ops/s (real time)

    bogo ops/s (usr+sys time)

    Intel Core i9-14900KF

    aio

    3305101

    60.03

    3.40

    18.25

    55057.20

    152646.99

    aiol

    614934

    60.03

    20.84

    21.20

    10243.06

    14628.54

    hdd

    3979264

    60.23

    35.27

    70.80

    66064.04

    37516.06

    rawdev

    8385081

    60.00

    1.68

    11.69

    139747.22

    627158.04

    readahead

    1631392

    60.03

    0.13

    16.46

    27178.23

    98323.20

    revio

    300219039

    60.01

    35.44

    1866.83

    5002886.40

    157822.10

    seek

    140980004

    60.01

    118.19

    1790.73

    2349305.22

    73853.15

    sync-file

    91395

    60.00

    4.70

    33.57

    1523.20

    2388.14

    7950X

    aio

    4216227

    60.11

    3.44

    18.67

    70144.56

    190678.74

    aiol

    614553

    60.11

    14.33

    43.39

    10224.4

    10646.98

    hdd

    4275200

    60.14

    96.84

    128.57

    71093.06

    18966.11

    rawdev

    866453

    60

    2.05

    36.19

    347771.34

    545582.5

    readahead

    2608140

    60.01

    0.44

    39.55

    43459.6

    65209.08

    revio

    267332942

    60.1

    49.22

    1846.64

    4448303.11

    141008.43

    seek

    0

    60.01

    111.47

    1807.18

    0

    0

    sync-file

    95264

    60

    9.38

    37.52

    1587.62

    2031.12

    5950X

    aio

    1888993

    60.03

    1.86

    12.27

    31468.87

    133655.35

    aiol

    744673

    60.12

    30.38

    64.97

    12385.6

    7810.11

    hdd

    985088

    60.9

    25.8

    38.92

    16175.11

    15222.32

    rawdev

    18115648

    60

    2.12

    60.45

    301926.12

    289528.49

    readahead

    4562553

    60.01

    1.55

    29.12

    76035.53

    148741.54

    revio

    219069788

    60.02

    37.27

    1872.58

    3650238.34

    114705.27

    seek

    0

    60.01

    222.08

    1695.37

    0

    0

    sync-file

    113792

    60

    8.81

    43.38

    1896.46

    2180.3

    In the aio (asynchronous I/O) performance test, the best result was shown by the AMD Ryzen 9 7950X at 4216227 bogo ops. Second place went to the Intel Core i9-14900KF with a result of 3305101 bogo ops. The AMD Ryzen 9 5950X holds the third place at 1888993 bogo ops.

    In the aiol (linear asynchronous I/O) test, the Intel Core i9-14900KF leads with a score of 614934 bogo ops. The AMD Ryzen 9 7950X took the second place with 614553 bogo ops. The AMD Ryzen 9 5950X came in third place with 744673 bogo ops.

    On the hard drive (hdd) performance test, the Intel Core i9-14900KF posted the highest score with 3979264 bogo ops. The AMD Ryzen 9 7950X trails behind at 4275200 bogo ops. The AMD Ryzen 9 5950X took the lowest result at 985088 bogo ops.

    The AMD Ryzen 9 7950X leads on the aggregate of all tests, with the Intel Core i9-14900KF in second place and the AMD Ryzen 9 5950X showed the lowest performance.

    Thus, the AMD Ryzen 9 7950X is best suited for compute-intensive tasks and asynchronous I/O. The Intel Core i9-14900KF is good for linear I/O and storage work. The AMD Ryzen 9 5950X is inferior in performance but can be a viable alternative with a better price to feature ratio.

    Supermicro Super Server

    In the single core performance test, a result of 1608 points was obtained. This indicates a fairly high speed of execution of sequential tasks on a single core.

    In the multithreaded test, which involved all processor cores, the server showed a result of 14 554 points. This indicates a good performance for the server in parallel data processing on all the cores.

    Thus, the tests showed that the server has high computing power for both sequential and parallel tasks. It is suitable for a wide range of computational work requiring fast performance.

    CPU Z

    CPU Single Thread

    980.6

    CPU Multi Thread

    15587.3

    Multi Thread Ratio

    15.90

    CPUID HWMonitor. Temperatures (C)

    Value

    Min

    Max

    Supermicro X13SAE-F

    TZ00

    27.8

    27.8

    27.8

    SYSTIN

    6.0

    5.0

    14.0

    TMPIN5

    127

    127

    127

    TMPIN6

    6.0

    5.0

    14.0

    TMPIN8

    105.0

    105.0

    106.0

    AUXTIN0

    23.0

    23.0

    23.0

    AUXTIN1

    0.0

    0.0

    127.0

    AUXTIN2

    105.0

    105.0

    106.0

    AUXTIN3

    106.0

    104.0

    106.0

    AUXTIN4

    24.0

    24.0

    24.0

    TMPIN3

    40

    40

    40

    Intel Core i9 14900KF

    Package

    7.0

    3.0

    55.0

    P-Cores (Max)

    7.0

    2.0

    55.0

    E-Cores (Max)

    7.0

    3.0

    51.0

    The results of the CPU performance tests showed the following:

    • In the single-thread test, the CPU scored 980.6 points, which indicates a high speed of processing sequential tasks.
    • In the multithreaded test, the result was 15587.3 points, and the ratio to the single thread test was 15.9. This indicates the efficiency of the processor in parallelizing calculations.

    If we look at the official corporate results, our findings were quite close to the optimal ones obtained by the authors of CPU-Z (the i9-13900KF processor is weaker than the 14900KF by 5-10 per cent), but close to the real ones. In turn, the "test" advantage of the 14900KF over the Ryzen 9 7950X in real life is insignificant.

    Temperature monitoring showed that in the Supermicro X13SAE-F system the temperatures are normal and do not exceed the maximum values. For the Intel Core i9 14900KF processor, the maximum package temperature reached 55 degrees Celsius. Temperatures of individual cores also did not exceed the norm.

    Thus, the tests confirm the high performance and stability of the system under various loads. Critical overheating of components was not observed; at least the new (old) Intel processor is no worse than the 13th generation.

    Conclusion

    The tests of the new server assembly based on the Supermicro X13SAE-F motherboard and the Intel Core i9-14900KF processor conducted within the framework of this research allow us to draw the following conclusions:

    1. The system configuration is quite successful and corresponds to the tasks of building a high-performance server solution. The motherboard provides support for the most modern components, a large amount of RAM and high-speed drive connection interfaces.
    2. The new 24-core processor is capable of processing large data sets both sequentially and in parallel in a short period of time. Its performance remains consistently high both on a single core and at full utilization of all resources.
    3. The results of the network and drive performance tests show a well-balanced system; i.e. there are no obvious bottlenecks that reduce overall speed.
    4. The temperature behavior of the components remains nominal despite intensive loads. This is evidence of the correct selection of the cooling system components.

    The testing confirms the high potential of servers based on the Supermicro X13SAE-F and the Intel Core i9-14900KF for solving the widest range of computing tasks. The infrastructure is suitable for deploying large-scale projects related to big data analysis, machine learning and other resource-intensive applications.

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