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No your sig looks very organized... his is just all cramped with 4 builds and then 3 rigbuild dropdowns on top of that... lol

@HL2 I swear just a few days ago you only had one drop down updated rig with your 34" monitor, and your audio only in your sig... maybe I dreamed it, rofl... holy crap not even joking I swear I saw it.

@whitewulfe, soon as I get my 1080 ti im going to folding for one week 24/7, or until i get to rank 800 or so, nom nom
Hello power bill.
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Hello power bill.

not really haha, i mean 450 watt max draw for entire system... thats nothing... my parents space heater does 1500 watts 24/7 in winter. also indiana is still run by coal, its cheapest electricity in country, or thats what they advertise anyway.

more like hello early death caused by bad air lol
    
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No your sig looks very organized... his is just all cramped with 4 builds and then 3 rigbuild dropdowns on top of that... lol

@HL2 I swear just a few days ago you only had one drop down updated rig with your 34" monitor, and your audio only in your sig... maybe I dreamed it, rofl... holy crap not even joking I swear I saw it.

@whitewulfe, soon as I get my 1080 ti im going to folding for one week 24/7, or until i get to rank 800 or so, nom nom

Mine used to have... Hmmm, trying to think... It used to have another club or two I think, PLUS I had the dates (with links!) for the current BOINCers Gone Bonkers (aka BGB's) in addition to the current Foldathon.... Oh, and Team Competitions too, but I haven't participated in such for some time, and won't be going back to it as I'm more of a BOINC guy (that and I seriously can't dedicated a graphcs card 20/7 to such a pursuit due to lack of dedicated hardware in combination with my competitive habits).

I do try to keep my sig tidy though, even if not that many read it let alone look at it ^_^;;;

As for the 1080 Ti, you'll be waiting at least a few more months, as rumours are still pegging Q1 2017 at the earliest. But as for folding, given that the 980 Ti is averaging around 705k PPD, the 1080 around the same ballpark (759,139 PPD), in combination with the Titan X (Pascal) sitting around 1,422,412 PPD (although with only eight submissions to the database so far) and 800th place is currently sitting at 5,573,337 points...... Even at 700k PPD you're looking at just shy of eight days of 24/7 folding to reach that. At that kind of production, breaking into the top 100 wouldn't really take all that long...

.....Okay, I lied, that's 144 days at 700k PPD, but at 1.4kk it isnt even three months tongue.gif
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Yes, I am fine with waiting a few months. thanks for info, I didn't mean it seriously anyway, but i do plan to fold again someday
    
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not really haha, i mean 450 watt max draw for entire system... thats nothing... my parents space heater does 1500 watts 24/7 in winter. also indiana is still run by coal, its cheapest electricity in country, or thats what they advertise anyway.

more like hello early death caused by bad air lol
Folding uses 100% power though, right? The max draw on these cards is still quite high in spite of nVidia making the average draw look nice. I'm sure you already know that though tongue.gif.

Edit: Have you demoed the Senns yet?
Edited by Shardnax - 10/3/16 at 6:06am
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Folding uses 100% power though, right? The max draw on these cards is still quite high in spite of nVidia making the average draw look nice. I'm sure you already know that though tongue.gif.

It depends on the card, the overclock, and the bios you're running on it. My card (GTX 980 Ti Golden Edition) will sit at around 80-85% power consumption and usually will be around 70C with 58% fans, but it's also running at the stock 1341 MHz core. These numbers change somewhat based upon what work unit is being crunched (with core 21's having some pretty serious power hogs).

It sure puts a 100% load on things (although with the more efficient cards it sometimes only puts 91-92% load), and it isn't uncommon to hear of people having an extra $15-20 tacked onto their power bill if it's running close to 24/7 (I usually average $14-15 extra per month, but since bumping up to the GTX 980 Ti Golden Edition it's more in the $17-19 range, but with the perk of sitting around 650k ppd average instead of 375k (I didn't always have the best of luck with getting the higher ppd work units))
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Newegg has the DT990 PROs up for $109

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=9SIA7NT4SU1817&utm_medium=Email&utm_source=MP100216&cm_mmc=EMC-MP100216-_-EMC-100216-Index-_-index-_-9SIA7NT4SU1817

Just thought id tell you all in case someone missed it

not actually sold by newegg. Sold by a different vendor through newegg. Vendor doesn't have the greatest reviews.
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Folding uses 100% power though, right? The max draw on these cards is still quite high in spite of nVidia making the average draw look nice. I'm sure you already know that though tongue.gif.

Edit: Have you demoed the Senns yet?

I have not.

I did grab me some HE-350's though. For $85 used off Headfi, reputable seller. I figure if nothing else I can easily sell them for 75-85 and just be out on shipping for 10 bucks or so.

I want to hear them bad, I love t90s and dt990 so the "higher treble" that people don't like on teh HE-350 may actually suit me fine. I am curious to see how the bass and soundstage/imaging are as well,
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I have read numerous reviews before deciding to get the Dragonfly Red, and while it does sound different when compared to the Black model, it is nowhere near being inferior, in fact the Red had the edge over the Black in most reviews. Plus, for someone like me who is going to drive 250 Ohm headphones the Black is not even an alternative. Concerning the Jitterbug, thanks for pointing that out, might reconsider it due to that.

The bigger question I have is why settle for something like the Dragonfly when you're dropping that much on a set of headphones? The Dragonfly amp/DACs sound good for their price, but they're nothing more special than the other run-of-the-mill amps in that range (see Magni, O2, etc). If you need that compact of a set up though, then just ignore me smile.gif.
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