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Is it possible to connect GPUs via USB ports? USB3.0 should give enough bandwidth.

Or maybe use SATA ports to connect your GPUs? Or maybe even a PCIe hub ?!

I mean if you can put SSD in RAM slots, what can't you do?
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Is it possible to connect GPUs via USB ports? USB3.0 should give enough bandwidth.

Or maybe use SATA ports to connect your GPUs? Or maybe even a PCIe hub ?!

I mean if you can put SSD in RAM slots, what can't you do?

PCI-e risers using USB cables do exist. I do believe I pointed you in that direction some weeks ago.


EDIT: I reread your statement. Thunderbolt achieves that. Though, certain (expensive) peripherals are to be utilized.
    
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PCI-e risers using USB cables do exist. I do believe I pointed you in that direction some weeks ago.


EDIT: I reread your statement. Thunderbolt achieves that. Though, certain (expensive) peripherals are to be utilized.

Ahh, so it's indeed possible.

What do you guy think of middlecoin? I have 3MH/s that's mining LTC right now.
How often does it pay? does BTC transaction fees cut deep into your profits?
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Grrr.... if I could build a computer without any problems it would be a miracle. Computer won't even reach the BIOS, just powers on, fans speed up, then stop, repeat. Dead board or dead CPU?
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I've seen dead boards power on and do absolutely jack nothing. Try the CPU in another board, easiest way to rule it out.
    
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Grrr.... if I could build a computer without any problems it would be a miracle. Computer won't even reach the BIOS, just powers on, fans speed up, then stop, repeat. Dead board or dead CPU?

I have seen this when the board is deciding where to output the video to... Does the MB have onboard video?
post #10517 of 22321
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I've seen dead boards power on and do absolutely jack nothing. Try the CPU in another board, easiest way to rule it out.

I think it is the board. I noticed when I took it out of the box that it had a pretty huge bend in it.........
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I have seen this when the board is deciding where to output the video to... Does the MB have onboard video?

It does but I don't have a VGA cable... I'm at college and only took a DVI cable.

Well I guess I will wait until the second board gets here and test it. Figures, just my luck...
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is http://freshmarket.co.in working for anyone?? need to get some nut coin out of there
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Getting an 11% reject rate on my 3x290x on middlecoin. Is anyone else using middlecoin that can let me know their reject? Should i switch to useast, eu, or asia beta servers? Or would lowering intensity be smart?
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Grrr.... if I could build a computer without any problems it would be a miracle. Computer won't even reach the BIOS, just powers on, fans speed up, then stop, repeat. Dead board or dead CPU?

Sometimes if you let it do that a bunch of times it will reset itself. I have had that happen with bad overclocks. I realize it is right out of the box but just let it loop like 10 times to see.
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