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Anyone here want to recommend me a 2P m/b?
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for 2P i would say go SR-2
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$2000, depending on CPU type I choose. But I'm having to go a step at a time. First step is the toughest.
I must be slipping. I would swear I saw a pinout for the PSU that showed 4 6-pin GPU style connectors included.
But now I've looked back at all my searches and cannot find anything of the sort.
That would put a serious crimp in that idea for sure. Though adding a seperate PSU for the GPUs could be an experiment I suppose.

The link will take you to the SuperMicro site where you can get the manuals for the boards find the 1 you are getting then you will know for sure. Some take 2 some take 3 depending on the board. But I do not remember seeing any that had more than 1 X 16 slot taking just 2 - 8 pin. http://www.supermicro.com/Aplus/motherboard/Opteron6000/
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I need to figure out why my 4p rig is only using 40 of 44 cores(NT from 44 to 40). Anyone knows why?
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I need to figure out why my 4p rig is only using 40 of 44 cores(NT from 44 to 40). Anyone knows why?

wut?
44/4=11?? confused.gif
Isn't it 48?
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wut?
44/4=11?? confused.gif
Isn't it 48?

Its 3 X 6174's(12 core) and 1 X 6134(8 cores) until I get a replacement for the bad 6174 cpu. I found out that the problrm was using -smp 44 -bigadv, It just does not like it. I replaced the 44 for a 48 and it works with all 44 cores as it should.
Edited by Desert Rat - 2/5/12 at 3:56am
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Its 3 X 6174's(12 core) and 1 X 6134(8 cores) until I get a replacement for the bad 6174 cpu. I found out that the problrm was using -smp 44 -bigadv, It just does not like it. I replaced the 44 for a 48 and it works with all 44 cores as it should.

wait you run -smp 48 on 44 cores? that might reduce the ppd.
    
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Unleash the Kraken!

I've seen the kraken mentioned, what exactly is it? some sort of multiprocessor optimization software?
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yea, it's the optimization for amd multi cpu systems, it reduces the scheduling time. Shaved about 1 min off of my 6903 tpf.
    
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wait you run -smp 48 on 44 cores? that might reduce the ppd.

It did. If I run -smp 44 -bigadv only 40 cores work and If I do -smp 48 -bigadv all 44 work but my tpf is horrible. Almost double. I will use 40 cores for now until next week when I get the cpu replaced.
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yea, it's the optimization for amd multi cpu systems, it reduces the scheduling time. Shaved about 1 min off of my 6903 tpf.

The Kraken is a must for anyone with multi socket system. It really works nice.
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