It's a simple task really. Just convince a corporate operation that your I.T. skills are invaluable. They invite you to have an office at their facility to keep you close and avoid paying trip charges. Bing, bang, boom, free office and free electric. Of course "free" is a relative term. I don't get paid for that trip three times a week now. So I guess you could say I'm trading my time for electricity. Now I just have to solve that pesky "my office is 85 degrees" problem....That's an interesting concept ... How ? Would love to adopt.
I also don't pay, the power company take the money direct from my account
Congrats Core32. That's not an easy task. By the time I get anywhere near that page you'll have to be in the billion point club just to be a member.
Top 90 now. And yes, you are correct. The 1B pernts club is not what it used to be.......By the time I get anywhere near that page you'll have to be in the billion point club just to be a member.
And that's why I don't OC squat. I run all but 2 of my 980 Tis and one of my 970s in a 200 square foot office. There's AC, but there's also 5 large, drafty windows. Doesn't hurt in Winter, but Summer months play hell on the space. I keep edging towards 90F, but luckily all of my boxen can handle that. Me, on the other hand, I can only stay in the office an hour or two at a time before it feels a bit too tropical. I'd say this is the argument to fold in Alaska, but their electrical costs are quite high. I'm lucky to live in a state where electricity costs are some of the lowest in the nation. Worst case scenario I shuffle a card or two in some other rooms and it should level out the heat problem. Don't let up too much, Skillz, or I might pass you again.I don't think it will be that soon. It was 83F in my house when I got home today. That's out. I had to leave haha