Util they figure out the error correction qubit scaling overhead issues in smaller, near-term setups with implementations that will lead to the large systems actually capable of demonstrating that fabled "quantum supremacy"....
.... I'll take a 3990x.
Ok, so no custom ram straps. 1411/2000 should be fine.
12mhs is definitely not right, for sure. Even the worst optimized 570s are gonna pull 20mhs+.
Really think it's drivers. Have you done a clean scrub of things with DDUR (display driver uninstaller) and Device Cleanup Tool?
O&O Shutup10 + CCleaner
Shutup10 will shut down all the backend crap running, while you can use CCleaner to uninstall all the stuff that MS won't let you.
Edit: Would also run DeviceCleanup to remove any hidden/unused drivers as well as disable Hibernate "powercfg /hibernate off"
I'd develop a portfolio of apps that demonstrate solving "problems" using technical solutions of your choice stack.
Put it all up on Github, or similar.
Nothing speaks more to a dev's ability than the code they produce, at least initially.
Where are you at JVene ?
Location is a huge determinant of your chances. If you're in the right geography, going to school for a CS/SE undergrad is a no-brainer. If you can't relocate, then perhaps not.
In the DWF area here in Texas, entry level "freshly minted" CS/SE grads get 75k+ a year.
1070 Ti, then 1070.
Have 16 1070s and 40 1070 Tis up, and the Ti's are consistently quicker at everything given same TDP (120w).
They even match the 1080s when the 1080 memory tweak tool isn't having an effect.