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Figured out that sas expander performance on lsi 9207-8i is directly related to its temp... i didn't think that could generate so much heat. I'ma have to mount some small fan on it.
struggling on the layout for the moment - as i had issues with putting gpu and sas...
for all those doom talk i quote Jim Keller...
“Moore’s Law isn’t dead and if you think that, you’re stupid."
So stop, stop the doom talks. Just because intel is lagging behind with their 10nm its not end of the road.
5LPE (low power early) from 2018 offers 29% higher density (which puts us...
Spoke today with one of the amd linux driver team (private conversation between private people), and at some point we got conversation about the differences in the windows driver - why they are crashing (black screens etc);
He stated that HBCC memory management on vega chips in windows have been...
its fine that we don't agree. We don't have to.
from what i know
Most people turn off their systems at least once a week which definitly is going to help; I'm more close of running datacenter on water with no downtime for months - and seen the issue.
and I agreed with that, to a point.
The cavitation will happen, its just a question of time. Short tests won't show it - but after running it for couple weeks 24/7 you'll see it.
so i hope sir thesmokingman tries it, so that i could enjoy myself.
It is specific to all pump setups... please stop posting you have no clue.
This article you posted, is referred to something completely else.
It compares single pump vs parallel ~ they refer to loop in series not pumps in series...
the noise i'm ref. to would be the bearing wearing out.
I stated "The volumetric flow rate must be constant" with variable speeds on pumps where one pump is slower than the other it pumps fluid into.
But hey reading whole thread - conversation might help.