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I've just set up a case mod that fits an ssi-meb motherboard into an atx mid tower. I got a socket F motherboard with 4 8356's for $100. It's good for 33-35k ppd. Maybe one day I can set up for a quad socket G34... just not in the budget right now.
Only problem I see with that setup is the amount of power it's gonna pull to produce that PPD. Maybe throw some of the 6 core chips in there. You might actually be able to finish a 8101 on time with them.
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Only problem I see with that setup is the amount of power it's gonna pull to produce that PPD. Maybe throw some of the 6 core chips in there. You might actually be able to finish a 8101 on time with them.

The power draw is a bit higher than my 2600k + GTS 450. I haven't hooked my watt meter up to it yet. I don't want to invest too much into a dead socket. It was kind of an impulse buy/project that interested me. If I can get some 6 core procs for cheap I might do it. My PSU should definately be up to the task.
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So what size of psu would it take to run a 4p 6128 rig. I thinking of build one.
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So what size of psu would it take to run a 4p 6128 rig. I thinking of build one.

150watts/cpu 4 of them thats instantly 600 + mobo power draws and other things your looking at 800 without a gpu, Possibly a 1000 with.
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150watts/cpu 4 of them thats instantly 600 + mobo power draws and other things your looking at 800 without a gpu, Possibly a 1000 with.

just get a small gpu and a 30-60gb ssd then a 750w psu
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just get a small gpu and a 30-60gb ssd then a 750w psu

Should be using 4GB of ram per cpu and most people will deck it out with 8GB/cpu so you've got 2*4*4 again while ram doesn't draw alot of power it all adds up and then you have the IC's on the board and when it comes to server boards, Theres either nothing or a crapton
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Should be using 4GB of ram per cpu and most people will deck it out with 8GB/cpu so you've got 2*4*4 again while ram doesn't draw alot of power it all adds up and then you have the IC's on the board and when it comes to server boards, Theres either nothing or a crapton

I've seen a few people use a 750w fine but I do agree if your paying all that money add the little bit extra for a good 1000w plus psu.
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I doubt you would need 750W even unless you're aiming for top efficiency
Being that a proc draws at most about 100W i guess (115W TDP is a design guide unless you lost the silicon lottery)
400W + about 100W for the entire board you see what i mean, dont count in a GPU because if you're folding on such a platform all you need is a low-end gpu anyway biggrin.gif
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So what size of psu would it take to run a 4p 6128 rig. I thinking of build one.
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150watts/cpu 4 of them thats instantly 600 + mobo power draws and other things your looking at 800 without a gpu, Possibly a 1000 with.

just get a small gpu and a 30-60gb ssd then a 750w psu

At stock 4*6128 will draw ~400-500W from the wall meaning you could get away with 450W PSU if you want. My 4*12c (at stock) draws about 500-550W from the wall with a eff. of ~88%. A 4*6180 48c box draws about 700W stock and OC'd it's upwards ~800W. For folding (24/7 load) I'd like to be at around the 50% rated mark of a PSU, so for a 4*6128 I'd go with a high quality 700-800W PSU, or if I'm planning to upgrade my CPU's I'd probably go with a 1200W one, I'm looking at upgrading one of my 1200W to a 1500W, with better efficiency.

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I doubt you would need 750W even unless you're aiming for top efficiency
Being that a proc draws at most about 100W i guess (115W TDP is a design guide unless you lost the silicon lottery)
400W + about 100W for the entire board you see what i mean, dont count in a GPU because if you're folding on such a platform all you need is a low-end gpu anyway biggrin.gif

You don't even need that as most (all?) server board has graphics on-board.
Edited by arvidab - 3/31/13 at 6:04am
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