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
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.
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.