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Discussion in 'Distributed Computing' started by Skillz, Sep 12, 2017.
One of my setups from over a year ago.
The start of my basement computer (and 3d printing) lab:
And my most recent build - Ryzen 2700X (with a RX480 for now):
Look who got towers for his computers that are just hanging around all willy nilly! Now they won't look so messy!
$30 a tower. Not too shabby.
Just realised you cannot see a bloody thing.. BERRRRRRB
Light man. We need light!
After I put it all together, I'll give a better shot. I used flash in the last one... Believe it or not.
Edit: this is the much smaller heatsink, though. I'm still not sure that my TT spinQ heatsink will fit in the tower.
Edit2: looooooooooooooooool. My other board is a full size... Seems it will not fit
Eh, who needs a PSU.
I would cram it in there, but it defeats the purchase of making it look nice. Plus, the rear IO shield won't match up.
That is really cool. I like the way it is setup!
You need a better cooler.
I just want to let you know that it's may 2018
I'm missing your point.
Understood. I just never change them. The one in the garage is 2016.
I didn't even notice
2011v3 6850k (4.3 on 4.5single core)
24 gb of RAM (currently, not shown)
meh.... stock photos of stock systems. Main workstation - Precision T7910. Dual E5-2643v4, 128GB, quad port NVME card with 4 500GB. Nothing else terribly special - unusual case design that I really like though. It has hard drive slots on the other side of the mobo, that is also where the 1100w power supply is located. Also have several servers but those are production machines so generally I'm not using them for DC stuff. Other pic is home PC - HP Wave (i5 7400, 32gb, amd vid, 500gb NVMe) - it is actually a damn slick and cool little machine perfect for our needs. Not terribly powerful but I'm not a gamer, so... Its a total nightmare to upgrade though - I added the nvme ssd and more ram and it totally sucks ass to get it apart. lol
The TR is on water now. Will focus on the EPYC this week. Dealing with 90 degree weather though, so not ideal.
I WANT TR >.>
First of my 4U conversions to the Ondas. It DCs too so it counts. LOL
Most everybody wants TR!!!
And that's a beautiful rig
This is my main rig. Ryzen 7 1700 / 1080ti
And this is my converted wine rack computer which has FX 8100 and 2X 1080Ti after recent upgrades:
So..... I bought this
Anyone have ideas for good 4u ATX cases for LOTS of GPU's?
McCHillin if you want traditional 4U form-factor, nothing beats the Rosewill LSV-4500 + Spotswood GPU Bracket Drop-in.
Here is one of a few x8 1080 Ti rigs i built out for a fellow [H] member using that setup.
It fits about the largest-sized Nvidia 2 slot cards out there.
Here was my TR build I did. I even made the case. Probably going to be parting it out really soon.
Oh snap. I love hand-made stuff. Nice job applejacks !
Really like the handmade aspect also. Been a wish of mine to build a nice looking full tower case all myself. The bamboo is a nice base.
Thanks. Anyone looking for a TR setup?
1950x Asus zenith extreme 32gb 3200 trident Bing Bing ram. 960 pro 512mb. Trying to fund for a road bike. ♂️
There's 4 of my little guys working away.
I've used this machine to help out every now and then. My room is so hot (86* most of the time) that I can't run this machine at full tilt all the time.
Right next to the Christmas tree! Santa brought you those rigs? You need to list the TR rig in the DC FS/FT section. If I wasn't waiting for the new MBs and 32C/64T TR CPUs coming out this fall I would be interested.
Calling relic, calling relic. Needs more mojo....
Doesn't have to look pretty.
Those Deepcool cases look slick. And I like that the other ones are $9.99. Good deal!
Conveniently sized too! The deep cool, anyway. I would have bought more but that's all they had and they only take mini itx.
Just added a semi broken laptop, will see how long it runs
Love it! They are the best. Just sitting back and crunching.
I have an i3-2300 laptop that I have cranking along, just left alone on a shelf. If I didn't have it reporting to BOINC Tasks, I would likely forget about it altogether.
Parts for Threadripper #1 came yesterday and I am assembling today. More to come.
Getting close to first power-up.
Booted right up on the first try. Updated to latest BIOS, adjusted BIOS settings, and then loaded up Win10 Pro. Currently running just at stock speeds with Asus optimizations turned on. Will run it for a few days and then see about upping the clock a bit. Averaging ~3.6GHz per core at stock. The Noctua cooler is keeping it at ~60deg. I am happy. Her twin's parts should arrive tomorrow, so I will get that box built in the next couple of days.
This is most of my farm in my basement, including my high-tech cooling fan.
... and I'm sure it smells good too