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With the AE11 you would still have slot 1 at 16x no matter what. The other slots would be at 8x if all filled up. I have two extra AE11's and could make you a good deal on one if interested. PM me.


I might be I will send PM..
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You're digging yourself a dogger of a grave, Scott! YOu're gonna get in too deep, changing plans!

OK, CHANGE OF PLANS!!! SELL IT ALL AND JOIN THE PRIESTHOOD!!! kookoo.giftongue.gif




Thanks - T

T your idea might be best but for me to completely change plans I will need to unload what I have.. Wife has closed the check book until I work some more overtime.. rolleyes.gif

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Have you thought about focusing on other parts of the build and waiting to see how Ivy-E turns out? Should be here by Fall I'd think.

Yes I am also thinking about that subyman... All this is planing and like I told T I will have to unload some of the other parts before I make this radical of changes.. and to do that I need to be home... I am also eagerly awaiting the ivy-E to see how it turns out. But this is stimulating to think of other ideas and maybe plan them.. Don't know what will happen for sure but I have modified my plans some so I will be able to move a little faster. when I do get to work on it. Looks like I will spend most of my time home in july in Cancun and Orlando...

Yes I am going to concentrate on learning how to make my own cables and sleeve them because even if I change motherboards this will not change too much. Thanks for all the help and suggestions and it is still going to be massive insanity as always.
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Really thinking of using the server to do all the video encoding and picture editing --- also wanting to change motherboard to at least the AsRock Z79 Extreme 11 because I would have 7 PCIE slots at at least 8x and 6c/12t to do the encoding. Still looking and considering the Server motherboard with Dual CPU's though.. We will see what happens... need to do some more reading and research on this.

Can anyone direct me to some threads on the use of the extra cores and also video encoding set ups.. I will look also as time permits but if anyone has this already it would be good.
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Really thinking of using the server to do all the video encoding and picture editing --- also wanting to change motherboard to at least the AsRock Z79 Extreme 11 because I would have 7 PCIE slots at at least 8x and 6c/12t to do the encoding. Still looking and considering the Server motherboard with Dual CPU's though.. We will see what happens... need to do some more reading and research on this.

Can anyone direct me to some threads on the use of the extra cores and also video encoding set ups.. I will look also as time permits but if anyone has this already it would be good.

This may be a dumb question, but how do you network all the different computers together. You going to put a gigabit switch in there too? biggrin.gif Or get 10gigabit PCI cards and use those! I think the comps in the case need their own subdomain biggrin.gif
 
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This may be a dumb question, but how do you network all the different computers together. You going to put a gigabit switch in there too? biggrin.gif Or get 10gigabit PCI cards and use those! I think the comps in the case need their own subdomain biggrin.gif

I am going to network them together point to point. Using these 10 GB NIC's pictured below. Will Have the Main PC and the Storage Server hooked to the File server. Other PC's will be connected just USing the 1 GB POrts and a Switch.







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T your idea might be best but for me to completely change plans I will need to unload what I have.. Wife has closed the check book until I work some more overtime.. rolleyes.gif

Smart woman... when you consider the fact that I started out putting a hard stop budget at $4.5K... and I'm well into the $6K range on what is still a very pedestrian build by comparison... this thing could start looking like a pretty decent college fund down the toilet in practically no time! biggrin.gif

(But on the other hand... who needs college anyway?) devil.gif
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Smart woman... when you consider the fact that I started out putting a hard stop budget at $4.5K... and I'm well into the $6K range on what is still a very pedestrian build by comparison... this thing could start looking like a pretty decent college fund down the toilet in practically no time! biggrin.gif

(But on the other hand... who needs college anyway?) devil.gif

I only spend all my extra money from my work until the build is finished "have not set up budged limit" the build just growt during the last 1,5 years. It must end when i reach the 15K euro. I'm at 11K now. Mayby i build in a build stop and change other componenents next year.
Spending now about 400 euro a month on the build. Dont now if i can keep my promise because all the things changing during the build.

So thats about the moneypit. No more talking about money.
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I only spend all my extra money from my work until the build is finished "have not set up budged limit" the build just growt during the last 1,5 years. It must end when i reach the 15K euro. I'm at 11K now. Mayby i build in a build stop and change other componenents next year.
Spending now about 400 euro a month on the build. Dont now if i can keep my promise because all the things changing during the build.

So thats about the moneypit. No more talking about money.

Believe me I have not stopped only this time I want to be sure about what I am doing still thinking hard about a 2P server...
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I am going to network them together point to point. Using these 10 GB NIC's pictured below. Will Have the Main PC and the Storage Server hooked to the File server. Other PC's will be connected just USing the 1 GB POrts and a Switch.
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Yes I know but they asked what I was going to use so I showed them.....
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