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post #41 of 49
JPSarapuu , good luck getting that build especially in Estonia . Wildfire I totally agree with you on page 1 , I am totally skeptical about day-dreaming.
post #42 of 49
You Scared of SCSI (SAS), but not water cooling? Thats interesting. If you want the best of the best and still quiet then you want solid state

(http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820227294) couple of these in raid will be faster than your VR's. But if your gonna stick with the VR's at least get 4 not 2.
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either phase change or LN2. my friend built a rig just like that ex: qx9770, quad sli, raptors, bluray/hddvd burner (get this, the LG one is $300) etc)
and he went air cooling...LAME
but i think phase change is waaay less expensive then ln2 and about the same performance wise and easier to upkeep and less dangerous.
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either phase change or LN2. my friend built a rig just like that ex: qx9770, quad sli, raptors, bluray/hddvd burner (get this, the LG one is $300) etc)
and he went air cooling...LAME
but i think phase change is waaay less expensive then ln2 and about the same performance wise and easier to upkeep and less dangerous.
Do people actually use liquid nitrogen on systems for more than just benchmarking??
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post #45 of 49
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If you want the best of the best and still quiet then you want solid state.
A cheap way of doing this would be by using CF cards.

Each 8gb 233x (35mb/s) card is about $40, and a CF->SATA converter is only like $5. So at $45 per drive, with the same $1600 we were talking about earlier you can get a controller + 18 cards for a total of 630mb/s transfer rate, <0.1ms seek time, and 144 gigs of space. Of course you'd need a seperate hard drive for storage, but a single 1TB drive shouldn't be a problem. Its a very high cost per gigabyte, but very high performance per dollar - even compared to most full blown SSDs.

And this way, when the flash memory starts crapping out on you (all SSDs do eventually), you'll only have to replace cheaper CF cards one by one, not $500 disks.
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post #46 of 49
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Sorry, what's VR?
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post #47 of 49
Velociraptor from Western Digital (300GB and 10K rpm) or Virtual Reality . If you put in a 1500W in the power outlet you're entire town will be left without electricity besides 1500W psu's are a pain in the neck to find compared to a 1200W TT psu.
Edited by 45nm - 5/11/08 at 12:16pm
post #48 of 49
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Velociraptor from Western Digital (300GB and 10K rpm) or Virtual Reality . If you put in a 1500W in the power outlet you're entire town will be left without electricity besides 1500W psu's are a pain in the neck to find compared to a 1200W TT psu.
Sorry, but are you some kind of ?
1500W power supply takes only 6.8 amps.
My household has a maximum of 30 amps available.

Thats about one fifth of household.
By the way, it's very easy to find 1500W power supply, already found one.

You said that you are very skeptic about day-dreaming.
So am I.

Anyway, for me, the water cooling is much bigger issue.
So, if anyone has good advice, I appreciate it.
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post #49 of 49
There is no sense in getting a 1500W PSU and net drug I am not crazy just a realist. Day dreaming is one thing making it come true is another thing. Until I see proof I am skeptical.
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