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Power draw is configurable but goes as between 45W to 165W which if you ask me is extremely reasonable considering.

http://wccftech.com/massive-intel-xeon-e5-xeon-e7-skylake-purley-biggest-advancement-nehalem/

Also what the heck are you doing with all those GPUs!?!?!? That's insane but awesome. I'm guessing you are running 4K monitors using the 980tis for gaming and the 960 for physx?


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Also what the heck are you doing with all those GPUs!?!?!? That's insane but awesome. I'm guessing you are running 4K monitors using the 980tis for gaming and the 960 for physx?
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Also what the heck are you doing with all those GPUs!?!?!? That's insane but awesome. I'm guessing you are running 4K monitors using the 980tis for gaming and the 960 for physx?
Folding if I had to guess

Never heard of folding but looking it up seems like it's a very good cause. I think I'll join in but not sure how much I can help since I'm only rocking a single 980 and a 6700k with 16gb ram but hey I'll do my part to help for a good cause why not.


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Never heard of folding but looking it up seems like it's a very good cause. I think I'll join in but not sure how much I can help since I'm only rocking a single 980 and a 6700k with 16gb ram but hey I'll do my part to help for a good cause why not.


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Here's some info on Folding and how to install and configure the client: https://folding.stanford.edu/home/
They have a team here but I already fold for two different teams. You can expect 400,000 points per day just from your 980.
post #9215 of 10534
One last question as I do not want to derail the thread any more. Normally I leave all my components (CPU, GPU, and Ram) overclocked as far as they can go for a stable 24/7 overclock. I leave my pc running 24/7 to function as a plex server. If I start folding I'm assuming my GPU usage would stay maxed out 24/7 correct? This would mean I need to set up two profiles one for gaming and another for idle folding/plex right? I'm more than willing to help out a good cause but I also want to do it while not destroying my precious card. I realize it's one a 980 but as a grad student that's a lot of money to risk longevity on. Need to make sure I set this up correctly and not regret something a year down the road when the card dies....although by then nvidia might finally have the new chipset out which I really really want lol


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One last question as I do not want to derail the thread any more. Normally I leave all my components (CPU, GPU, and Ram) overclocked as far as they can go for a stable 24/7 overclock. I leave my pc running 24/7 to function as a plex server. If I start folding I'm assuming my GPU usage would stay maxed out 24/7 correct? This would mean I need to set up two profiles one for gaming and another for idle folding/plex right? I'm more than willing to help out a good cause but I also want to do it while not destroying my precious card. I realize it's one a 980 but as a grad student that's a lot of money to risk longevity on. Need to make sure I set this up correctly and not regret something a year down the road when the card dies....although by then nvidia might finally have the new chipset out which I really really want lol


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You will probably need two gpu oc profiles because most gpu can run higher clocks gaming than folding.
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Folding hates overclocks and SLI too. I Fold at stock clocks and leave SLI disabled anyway but do remember to always disable SLI before Folding.
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Folding hates overclocks and SLI too. I Fold at stock clocks and leave SLI disabled anyway but do remember to always disable SLI before Folding.

Uhhh... I didn't know that lol. SLI has been enabled for the whole FFW.
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Yep, I fold. TC fold with the 960 in my folder rig which I will soon be rebuilding. Moving it over to the 3930K on RIVE board and going full water cool with it. Plan to smack three or four GPUs for folding, and have the 3930K BOINC on occasions.

My two 980Tis are in the main rig, and no I don't have 4K don't plan to any time soon. Still cruising about with a 1080P/60Hz IPS. I tend to leave one folding and the other for gaming, 3D rendering, and digital drawing. Sometimes BOINC on the main rig as well on occasions. I do have a 1600P Dell Ultrasharp, but I be damn if I game on that. mad.gif That my pro monitor for photos and digital drawings and paired to my huge 24HD Wacom Cintiq. (Note: That makes a Titan look cheap)

Reason I want Pascal to drop so bad! I need that compute back! Though I do still got two old OG Titans laying about.

Pic of my old setup. Currently don't have room to resetup my Wacom and Ultrasharp atm. Though I do plan to replace the IPS with a 1440P IPS.

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Plus, when I game I tend to play minecraft. tongue.gif
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Wow that is one hell of a setup you got going. Personally I'm gaming on a 70" Vizio P series 4K tv but before anyone rags on my gaming on a tv it does support 16ms lag which to me is worth it for such a large screen. Unfortunately my budget doesn't allow a setup that will support any games at 4K except mine craft and LOL. Hopefully when pascal drops (maybe in the next year if they can figure out the tech) I'll be able to up my budget and splurge for the high end card.


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