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Discussion in 'Distributed Computing' started by Skillz, Sep 12, 2017.
Welcome to the TR club RFGuy_KCCO
Building them gets addictive …. but you know that already.
Already thinking about building a third TR box...
Youre my new best friend.
Out with the old....
and into a new home and "new" coolers:-
Its a Asus Z9PE-D8 with a pair of 12 core ivy bridge xeons, a Gigabyte 1080 and a MSI 1070Ti. Its my main folding rig and is now in a HAF X for more airflow, plan to add a 1080ti in a couple of months and retire the 1070 and 1050Ti in the corsair 200R below it with a TR2 cpu only build. Over to the right you can just see part of my daily driver.
Once the the weather cools i'll put the xeon's to use.
Whats everyone using to cool their TR chips? I've got an Enermax TR4 360 AIO on my daily driver but i'm not wanting to spend that if i can avoid it. Will a Noctua aircooler cut it given that the ambient temp in the room is usually 25 deg C or more with no A/C and are you pizza boxing them or using cases?
I am using the Noctua NH-U14S with a second 140mm fan added on all three of my TR 1950X's, since I prefer the simplicity and reliability of air over water on my dedicated crunchers. I am currently just running stock speeds at ~74 deg F ambient and the Noctuas are keeping my TR's at ~140 deg F with all threads running and the 1070ti in each box also crunching. You should be fine at stock speeds and even higher if you can keep the core volts down. For example, I have run mine at email@example.comV and temps only went up a degree or two. I have all of mine in cases with good ariflow (Corsair 750D Airflows).
How are you keeping them 14 degrees F below ambient temp?! That's impressive.
Hah, that’s what I get for trying to respond quickly. I neglected to convert from C to F. I fixed my original post.
Two new laptops that I wasn't going to use until Skillz told me to run them on GxG.
TR 1950X #3 is now online.
Finally got my TR build pretty much done. Moved both my 1080ti into it and cpu temps went up to about 66c under full load running both cpu and gpu on Milkyway. Pretty happy with how it all came together and big shout out to phoenicis for the 1950x!
Finally got a proper frame to put my 280x cards in and it had some room so i got another one... Total power draw is 740W at the wall with 2 x 280 , 2 x 280x, R7 1700@ 3.6 running MW@home and WCG
All GPU are -20 power target in afterburner
That PSU hanging out up top is only temporary until i get a couple of extensions for my PCIx power cables