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post #11 of 876 (permalink) Old 12-21-2017, 06:05 AM
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I already tried the shunt mod they suggested in the video, but sadly it didn't do anything. frown.gif More is needed.
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Got it from a conference, AI developer, PhD student

Now I'm trying to build my first PC with it.

Any suggestions?

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... You were GIFTED this?!

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Hmm, what kind of tasks are you planning to run on your PC? I am assuming TF, Caffe2, that type of stuff?

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Hmm, what kind of tasks are you planning to run on your PC? I am assuming TF, Caffe2, that type of stuff?

nah strict gaming, more like Battlefield, Deus Ex, PUBG, that type of stuff
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build a nice 8th gen intel system around it. It is the best gaming card out there. Plan to use a waterblock for it? I personally can't stand noise from video cards.

You also might just want to sell it on amazon for like $2700 "used - like new" and then pick up TI with better cooling. (if you don't want to deal with water)
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build a nice 8th gen intel system around it. It is the best gaming card out there. Plan to use a waterblock for it? I personally can't stand noise from video cards.

You also might just want to sell it on amazon for like $2700 "used - like new" and then pick up TI with better cooling. (if you don't want to deal with water)

the box was signed by an edgy asian dude at the conference, i don't think I can sell it as like new, although something like 8700k with triple 1080ti is attempting

Also I have a degree in EECS so i should be able to handle water and electricity at the same time
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the box was signed by an edgy asian dude at the conference, i don't think I can sell it as like new, although something like 8700k with triple 1080ti is attempting

Also I have a degree in EECS so i should be able to handle water and electricity at the same time

RE: Tri-sli
you would need to go to the i9 (x299) stuff for 3 way SLI. A non-HEDT cpu/mobo doesn't have PCI-E enough lanes. Also, Nvidia only offically supports 2 way SLI these day. (but 3 and 4 way still mostly work too.. but i'd not invest in more than 2.)

2 way SLI with a TI or a Xp is pretty amazing and will be faster.. by a bit, over the V.

Of course, the V is more than enough if you are playing 1440p. It is good on most game at 4k too. The problem would be the noise. I'd suggest selling that card smile.gif You can still sell it on amazon as used - like new even with the sig on the box. (you could even say "new" and send it w/o the box.) Or put a Waterblock on the card. (then sell it a few month from now and buy 2 of the consumer versions of the new GPU smile.gif)
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Got it from a conference, AI developer, PhD student

Now I'm trying to build my first PC with it.

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Get a 8700k CPU and go from there for gaming.
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