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Sounds like you need to keep it here after you build it and use it as a dedicated cruncher/folder. That way you would have reason to build another one lol. Definitely excessive insanity.

But i do want to bring it home because i like to do a lot of video encoding and need the file server that will be in it for my media server.. and i do need to piss the wife off a little bit... got to keep her on her toes but it will be months before i can do this i am sure.
post #22 of 4498
Goodness gracious! This is going to be absolutely insane! Subbed! thumb.gif
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x2 EK-FC5870  x2 XSPC RX360 Radiators EK-RAM Dominator x20 Yate Loon 120mm Case Fans 
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post #23 of 4498
Excellent stuff. Watching this with interest.
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post #24 of 4498
When you more than one motherboard, can you get them to work together?
post #25 of 4498
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When you more than one motherboard, can you get them to work together?

yes you can it is called parallel computing but that is not what I am going to do I am going to have 4 separate computers. well really 2 computers and 2 servers in this case. one computer for wife just to watch TV from internet, one computer for me for gaming and video work. I file or media server then a backup server to back everything up..
post #26 of 4498
So for parallel computing, do all the motherboards have to be the same? Or could you have, say, an SRX with the 7 pci e 3s to handle the graphics load alongside a Supermicro X8QBE-F-B stuffed with a TB of ram to handle the ram load?

I'm thinking of doing something similar for work in engineering.
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Here is another picture of Reservoir, fans and Aquaro items and big pumps!!!!!! but small also.. but big volume and that is what I am after.



A box of alphacool and Monsoon fittings. Y's, 90's, 45's with leds and temperature sensors to see how I like them.



A box of Tubing 20' of 1/2" , 10' of 3/4" and 10' of 1"

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Picture of some of my Radiators. 1 Magicool 2 x 180, 1ea Magicool 3 X 180, Alphacool 3 X 180 XT45, Alphacool NexXxoS Monsta 480 Radiator, Alphacool NexXxoS UT60 Full Copper 480mm, Alphacool NexXxoS ST30 Full Copper 480mm and finally a Watercool MO-RA3 9x140mm Pro - Black to go along with all the Radiators from EK Water Blocks. oh yeah I almost forgot a 3000 watt UPS!!



Excessive Insanity for SURE!!!!
post #28 of 4498
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NEW Pictures



Just about the same picture as before but you can see the Photograph Lights I ordered here. trying to take good pictures..



My 2 Micro ATX motherboards one for back-up server and one for TVPC over kill for TVPC but oh welllllllll I LIKE IT



Can see stacks of SSD's, Raid cards, the P8Z77 WS that is going to be my file or media server and all kinds of goodies!!!




Let me know what you think?? More and different pictures to come tomorrow. will start show each item, have not unboxed yet but still will see them
Edited by seross69 - 3/25/13 at 6:07pm
post #29 of 4498
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So for parallel computing, do all the motherboards have to be the same? Or could you have, say, an SRX with the 7 pci e 3s to handle the graphics load alongside a Supermicro X8QBE-F-B stuffed with a TB of ram to handle the ram load?

I'm thinking of doing something similar for work in engineering.

George I think it would be possible (hell anything is possible) but it is way out of my expertise...
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