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TRD Supra Sep 2, 2006 05:58 PM




Deeko1976 Oct 5, 2006 05:47 AM


Samurai_crip Oct 8, 2006 04:00 PM

My Very very AMD Setup :D


PoWerBaR Oct 10, 2006 03:10 PM




not yet ready (as can be seen easily, i think)...

JonZ Oct 11, 2006 10:27 PM

My temporary setup






zodiak Oct 12, 2006 01:28 PM

Thats a nice ass setup man. I'm loving that desk.

JonZ Oct 12, 2006 03:00 PM

That desk is falling appart lol. I bought it to Costco like 6-7 years ago. The screws emplacements are so ...screwed, that I had to replace some of them with stronger ones, plus some additionnal metalic L bonders.

The drawers on left are falling since the supports underneat has gone and I almost crashed my computer 3 years ago because the structure on the shelf (under the computer on this photo) has failed to support the books I had on them at that time :D

It just recently I removed the closet that was over the left module, because it was cluttering the desk and I needed space for the other monitors. That was cool because the closet was only holding with glue tapes, so there is no holes. I wish the keyboard center was bigger to able me to support the Wacom tablet and the Keyboard in the same time.

I need another desk for now, or just pimp my desk to support another couple of years :bleh:

zodiak Oct 12, 2006 04:13 PM

You could always build one to your own specs. I thought about doing that a few times, but my new house doesn't have a room with enough space for what I'd want. I have my Wacom, scanner, etc all packed away because I don't have enough desk space currently. I was interested in Ikea's Jerker (lol) desk since its able to have add ons.. Little expensive though.

gramboh Oct 15, 2006 04:40 PM

I have a Jerker (the name is hilarious) it was cheap if I remember, $100 or so for the desk itself. It's good and spacious and I prefer a flat surface rather than stuff with lower KB/mouse tray etc. The only thing I don't like about it is that it isn't strong enough to support the Sony FW-900 (24in WS CRT) which weighs 95 pounds. I wanted that monitor so bad hehe.

Quickstrike Oct 16, 2006 06:10 PM


gts007 Oct 25, 2006 01:45 AM


g-a-m-e Oct 29, 2006 04:38 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by JonZ (Post 1334603398)
My temporary setup


nice :drool: ^

< crappy, but cozy

ComputerBum Oct 30, 2006 08:41 PM

PC pics
 


-ignore haha the computer on the floor i was fixing/cooling off with a box fan
:p



Qb2k5 Nov 1, 2006 08:15 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by JonZ (Post 1334603398)
My temporary setup





Hells yes!!!!!!!!:D:D:D:D:D:D:heart::heart::heart::heart:

Samurai_crip Nov 6, 2006 03:48 PM

JonZ youhave a sweet setup there i love it :D

venturi Nov 22, 2006 11:24 AM

2200 watts
 
Dual Opteron Dual Core 2220s on a Tyan 2915
Dual Linked Tagan 1100Watt Power Supplies (2200W)
2x evga 8800 GTX (SLI)
16GB Ram DDR-2 ecc reg
6 terabytes (8x750GB drives)
Apple 30" Cinema LCD at 2560x1600
Windows Enterprise Server 2003 64-bit
Suse 10.1 64-bit, Vista 64-bit
Stacker CM server case
Deck Legend Keyboard

















Yes, the power supplies from Tagan actually come in briefcases.

The Nvidia 8800gtx sli can actually do folding!!!

Belarnion Nov 22, 2006 12:07 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by venturi (Post 1334669873)
Dual Opteron Dual Core 2220s on a Tyan 2915
Dual Linked Tagan 1100Watt Power Supplies (2200W)
2x evga 8800 GTX (SLI)
16GB Ram DDR-2 ecc reg
6 terabytes (8x750GB drives)
Apple 30" Cinema LCD at 2560x1600
Windows Enterprise Server 2003 64-bit
Suse 10.1 64-bit, Vista 64-bit
Stacker CM server case
Deck Legend Keyboard

















Yes, the power supplies from Tagan actually come in briefcases.

The Nvidia 8800gtx sli can actually do folding!!!

Specs = nuts.
Me = picking up my jaw.
it looks decent to. :drool:

Trunks0 Nov 22, 2006 07:29 PM

and what exactly is all the gear used for? Thats a beast of a machine.

Hordsak Nov 22, 2006 09:35 PM

Umm.. by my estimates, that should have cost you 10k plus.. probably more around 15k. Are you a fairly wealthy? Because if I was, I would do exactly the same thing.

500+ motherboard
3000+ hard disks
4000+ ram
1800+ display
1500+ video cards
1000+ power supplies
2500+ cpus

No case or os. Crazy rig.

caveman-jim Nov 22, 2006 10:09 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by venturi (Post 1334669873)
Dual Opteron Dual Core 2220s on a Tyan 2915
Dual Linked Tagan 1100Watt Power Supplies (2200W)
2x evga 8800 GTX (SLI)
16GB Ram DDR-2 ecc reg
6 terabytes (8x750GB drives)
Apple 30" Cinema LCD at 2560x1600
Windows Enterprise Server 2003 64-bit
Suse 10.1 64-bit, Vista 64-bit
Stacker CM server case
Deck Legend Keyboard


Yes, the power supplies from Tagan actually come in briefcases.

The Nvidia 8800gtx sli can actually do folding!!!

Uh huh. What config are you using for 'folding'?

Hordsak, if you'll look at Venturi's previous posts its an 'old' rig updated with new Power supplies and 8800 sli.

For folding you'd probably get better results from 4 clients on the Opterons. Opteron's even outperform woodcrest at stream computing.

venturi Nov 23, 2006 05:51 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by caveman-jim (Post 1334670808)
Uh huh. What config are you using for 'folding'?

Hordsak, if you'll look at Venturi's previous posts its an 'old' rig updated with new Power supplies and 8800 sli.

For folding you'd probably get better results from 4 clients on the Opterons. Opteron's even outperform woodcrest at stream computing.

I have managed to host both folding clients at the same time.
Can the scoring be combined?

Deeko1976 Nov 23, 2006 06:06 AM

Ive got some quality folding power foing on with 2x X1900's in CF, Im running a gpu client on each Gpu and on top of that a cpu client. The Gpu clients share one Cpu core for polling and initial processing and the other Cpu core gets fully utilized for a Cpu client:

A run from last night:




This machine is capable of outputing approx 1200 folding points in approx 30 hours on the gpu clients alone (330 points per Gpu unit), it can also complete 600 point WU's (P2414) in 26 hours. So basically in just 1.25 days if its left to its own devices it can potentially output approx 1800 folding points when running 2xGpu clients and 1xCpu client simultaneously.

Normally the Gpu client steps take 8 minutes a step when running a single gpu client and one cpu client, but when increasing this to two gpu clients it increases a bit and further increases when you throw the Cpu client into the mix as well.

caveman-jim Nov 23, 2006 08:23 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by venturi (Post 1334671211)
I have managed to host both folding clients at the same time.
Can the scoring be combined?

You're using the Stanford [email protected] GPU client 5.05/5.91 that requires Dx9 August + Catalyst 6.5/6.10 to run [email protected] code optimized for ATI X1900 series cards on SLI 8800's?

Scoring can be combined for total points per day. A dual Opteron dual core setup will out produce a dual crossfire setup (4 clients vs 2). A dual Xeon (woodcrest) dual core setup will also do this. The $/point is a little higher though :)*

oasked Nov 24, 2006 04:17 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by venturi (Post 1334669873)
Dual Opteron Dual Core 2220s on a Tyan 2915
Dual Linked Tagan 1100Watt Power Supplies (2200W)
2x evga 8800 GTX (SLI)
16GB Ram DDR-2 ecc reg
6 terabytes (8x750GB drives)
Apple 30" Cinema LCD at 2560x1600
Windows Enterprise Server 2003 64-bit
Suse 10.1 64-bit, Vista 64-bit
Stacker CM server case
Deck Legend Keyboard

Nuts. You chose all of the most expensive components that you could. Insane. :eek:

Twinke Masta Nov 25, 2006 01:24 PM

Thats the Lamborghatti Fastarossa of machines dude! SO awsome!

caveman-jim Nov 25, 2006 09:29 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by oasked (Post 1334673536)
Nuts. You chose all of the most expensive components that you could. Insane. :eek:

Quote:

Originally Posted by Twinke Masta (Post 1334674882)
Thats the Lamborghatti Fastarossa of machines dude! SO awsome!

Well, not really. The king of the hill would be a dual Cloverton (Xeon Quad Core) 2.66Ghz with FB-DIMM 667 memory and PCIe SAS controller with 15krpm SAS drives. Not as much available storage, but faster read/writes and more bandwidth.

That's an awesome AMD workstation, fo'sho fo'shizzle!

VW_Factor Nov 25, 2006 09:43 PM

new pic in the new place..


SonyDude Nov 26, 2006 06:09 PM

Quote:

Yes, the power supplies from Tagan actually come in briefcases.

The Nvidia 8800gtx sli can actually do folding!!!
Quote:

Yes, the power supplies from Tagan actually come in briefcases.

The Nvidia 8800gtx sli can actually do folding!!!
Quote:

Well, not really. The king of the hill would be a dual Cloverton (Xeon Quad Core) 2.66Ghz with FB-DIMM 667 memory and PCIe SAS controller with 15krpm SAS drives. Not as much available storage, but faster read/writes and more bandwidth.

That's an awesome AMD workstation, fo'sho fo'shizzle!
I would've thought something like this would've been king of the hill motherboards: Tyan Thunder K8QE S4885G3NR EATX 4XS940 Opteron Nforce Pro 2200/2050 DDR 4PCI-E16 Video Motherboard 4 PCI-E x16 slots, 64GB max ram, Quad Opteron sockets. :drool: NO, i don't have such a rig, tho i wish - kinda ;)

All said and done, thats still one sweet rig. Only thing missing in those picx are a nice set of Klipsch 5.1 Ultras ;)

(Tho all bets are off when the new dual & quad core K8L FX's come out, with possible dual and quad socket boards = 8 - 16 cores...)


Tho I totally want that CM Stacker case for my next system retrofit, which is configurable for both ATX & BTX configurations and spots for dual power supplies :drool: :drool: :drool:

Its not just madness, but to what level of madness do you subscribe to. On the other hand, if you build such a rig just for [email protected] ownage, thats just complete lunacy.

Raged_Fanatic Nov 29, 2006 08:59 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by venturi (Post 1334671211)
I have managed to host both folding clients at the same time.
Can the scoring be combined?

What is it, exactly, that you do with that thing? :eek:

venturi Nov 30, 2006 08:02 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Raged_Fanatic (Post 1334680969)
What is it, exactly, that you do with that thing? :eek:

Games, medical imaging, the search for AI....:hmm:


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