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post #1321 of 1552
I've been following all kinds of massive builds, and they all stop posting pics after a while. AKR might be different cause of how he needs to show all the nay sayers!
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post #1322 of 1552
SCSI RAID Card ~$280 lolwut?

I dont even know why you put that on the list becuz i dont see any SCSI HDD on it..
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Originally Posted by Fr0sty View Post
if its all true he should have posted the pics a while ago am i right???
nope
    
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^^ Yea wait, wut....
    
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post #1325 of 1552
Not trying to troll, not trying to flame, and I don't doubt that you've made this beast.


I am just genuinely curious as to how you afforded this rig.
    
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Originally Posted by Fr0sty View Post
you would trust everything someone on the internet says ... good for you


intel and evga agreed to send me products for review ... LOLL



come on .... LOLL
Here's one of the products Intel asked me to make a video review of:


Maybe it's just that Fr0sty is a hardcore AMD fanboy

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no need to call someone on their lie either right???

i mean come on ... how can someone work with such high res movie cam while still in high school LOL
...vector based 3x motion interpolated 8fps --> 24fps uncompressed burst mode images @18MP/5k+ on a $1200 EOS 7D DSLR.

And no, ignorance is not an excuse.


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Guys I've seen this thread deteriorate rapidly. If you don't have anything positive to post or anything helpful to say I suggest you just read and refrain from posting. Trust me on this.

No need to question where a member gets money for hardware. No need to call someone out because their hardware makes you jealous. No need to pick away at a member because they are doing something you can't. Just sit back and eat some popcorn.
Hey, nice to see you again.

What CyberDruid is saying is 100% true. You should always keep this in mind whenever you make a post, weather it's in this thread or not.

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For the third time, he did a live stream. Someone even looked up the patents and science fair stuff. his initials match and we saw him with the hardware. It's legit. Now grow up and demand pictures so you can be jealous, not so you can prove him wrong.
Some people just dont get it, and probably never will.

EDIT: So fr0sty agrees with your post, but he still denies that anything exists. This is a situation where you just cant help but laugh at the guy.

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Originally Posted by bavarianblessed View Post
If you read the revised 1st post he explained how it was afforded.

OP,
Please take some time to snap a few shots of this beast. I want to drool a bit
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Originally Posted by Klue22 View Post
So can we expect more pictures? Soon? Eta?
I'm just about to connect the 5 OCZ Agility 3 SSD's to the RAID controller, so I'm probably not going to be online for the next couple of hours. If all goes well (you can run into a lot of configuration issues when you approach the speed limit of the RAID controller) I'll get some more pics up later this evening of the rig and the new SSD RAID 0 array speeds.
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post #1327 of 1552
First off, I apologize you are taking so much flack from some "obviously" jealous people, who, I am surprised haven't been suspended or at the very least infracted upon yet because of the massive amounts of trolling.

Either way, I think it is awesome that you have been given such an opportunity, from a school no less. Nice to see our educational system willing to invest money into up and coming professionals. I do have one question though, what swayed your decision (or perhaps your schools) to create such a monstrous machine as opposed to leasing out something like a server farm. I would assume in California rendering farms would be relatively common (well, in comparison to here in Texas and in other states). I would be interested in finding out where that break point was where they said "Lets invest 30k+" in a computer versus "Lets lease out a rendering farm for as long as is necessary".

Either way, great stuff, thanks for all the photos. Looking forward to seeing the entire thing when you get it put together.
post #1328 of 1552
awesome build but just two comments:
1. I really hope that you didn't undersell youself when you sold the patents. General advice on pricing is that if they didn't say "no" at your price, you didn't ask for enough.
2. I was hoping to see the Staples Easy Button tutorial somewhere.

Good luck and keep going!! Inspiring to see this.
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post #1329 of 1552
Oh nice, read the revised OP.

If I may ask, what exactly were the patents you made?
    
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First off, I apologize you are taking so much flack from some "obviously" jealous people, who, I am surprised haven't been suspended or at the very least infracted upon yet because of the massive amounts of trolling.

Either way, I think it is awesome that you have been given such an opportunity, from a school no less. Nice to see our educational system willing to invest money into up and coming professionals. I do have one question though, what swayed your decision (or perhaps your schools) to create such a monstrous machine as opposed to leasing out something like a server farm. I would assume in California rendering farms would be relatively common (well, in comparison to here in Texas and in other states). I would be interested in finding out where that break point was where they said "Lets invest 30k+" in a computer versus "Lets lease out a rendering farm for as long as is necessary".

Either way, great stuff, thanks for all the photos. Looking forward to seeing the entire thing when you get it put together.
Thanks, I wouldn't go to the extent of thanking the school very much though, as the main reason they put me in place of a professional is because of budget cuts, and they have declined to provide any funding for this build (because they say their 2.4Ghz dual core iMacs are perfectly fine). I'm just doing this because I know my school is in need of help in the tech department. I do give credit to the studio though for providing the green screen and camera crane. I guess I'm just kind of mad at my school because they always ask me to do everything tech related (ex. configuring their network and setting up the domain) instead of actually hiring a professional. It's fun for a little while, but I still have my own tech projects and school work to do. Maybe I'm also mad because they actually denied me into the AP computer science class due to my "A-" in AP Calculus BC (you have to have a solid A in math regardless of how many years ahead you are)...

In terms of a render farm, a lot of professional editing studio's have them, but you just cant compare it to a single computer. I could practically garuntee that this single computer would be more productive than a $500K render farm. It's because the only thing that render farms help with is rendering - not editing and live previewing. Not only that, but only a very small fraction of software and plug-ins are even compatable with networked rendering. There's no way that I would be able to take out a series of frames into photoshop, fix them up, and put them back into Premiere / After effects, I couldn't apply any non-native plugins (which is very important) or even edit with the native plugins without major slowdowns. You also cannot take advantage of the speed and accuracy GPU acceleration in network rendering. There are so many things that are incompatable with network rendering that you'll never even be able to render your footage via multiple computers at the end of the day. I've done a ton of research on this and that is the simple truth. One fast computer will almost always be faster than 100,000 slower computers, until all of the software is actually written the way it's supposed to be. It's kind of like a single threaded vs multi threaded application. If it's single threaded, it doesn't matter how many cores you have at all. The only thing that matters is the speed of the one core.

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awesome build but just two comments:
1. I really hope that you didn't undersell youself when you sold the patents. General advice on pricing is that if they didn't say "no" at your price, you didn't ask for enough.
2. I was hoping to see the Staples Easy Button tutorial somewhere.

Good luck and keep going!! Inspiring to see this.
I hope I didn't undersell myself... I gotten offers all across the board, however some companies just seem like they want to get my idea and throw me under the bus.

I've been wanting to make that Easy button tutorial for a while now . It's truly awesome lol. (For those of you who don't know I modified my Staples Easy button to turn on my computer) I usually place it by the front door so the computer will be on by the time I get there
    
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