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12-05-2019 06:40 PM
skupples vulkan has shown promising dual GPU stuffs, and seems to be getting more and more air time(RDR2 dual GPU works in vulkan, for example). NVidia has also finally started to work with checkerboard rendering, so that'll be showing up in a live driver at some point in the future

I have high hopes really, as there's no other way top tier VR is gonna work really damn well. high frames, at high resolutions, x2ish? so hopefully SLIVR and similar techs keep advancing as well.
12-05-2019 06:30 PM
toolmaker03
Quote: Originally Posted by Hydroplane View Post
Nice GPU! Let me know if you have any luck with the Gigabyte program to change the color, doesn't work for me at all lol. Stuck with red RGBs

well with my last two system I ended up using two GTX580's on each build. I did try a 4 way build with the 580's, but I could not really justify the build as almost no games utilized that configuration of the cards.


so with this build I decided to go ahead and get a second GTX1080 ti for the build as about half of the games I have will utilize the duel card setup. I hope that more of the new games will take advantage of the Nvlink that is being developed today.
12-04-2019 04:11 PM
Hydroplane Nice GPU! Let me know if you have any luck with the Gigabyte program to change the color, doesn't work for me at all lol. Stuck with red RGBs
12-04-2019 01:16 PM
skupples yep, hopefully Sandman and co. gets a fat check.
12-04-2019 01:02 PM
toolmaker03 well I have one part now I just need the rest of the parts to build a PC.
11-30-2019 07:09 AM
toolmaker03
Quote: Originally Posted by skupples View Post
the reality - this is modern politics, and its not gonna change, even after the dems eventually regain the presidency. one quote coins the modern thought "they go low? we go lower!"

good ol' 2013. N remember, Idiocracy which predicted 2019 to a T, came out in 2006.

I am not going to get political with you, but I am going to get real with you. the first link is to obvious fake news, the second link is to "real" fake news that exists today. now if you are rich and powerful like kavanaugh, you might make it through unharmed. what happens when it is used against normal people, like the Covington kids? well to start they where expelled from their school immediately. still to this day are fighting court battles, against a media that lied, and harmed them, for doing nothing. is that the world you want to live in? or does the fake news need to stop?
11-29-2019 06:17 PM
toolmaker03
Quote: Originally Posted by Hydroplane View Post
Nice temps Do you still use clay for insulation? If so, what kind? Looks like it would be easier to install than the eraser typically used to insulate mobos

well this is a good question. I do use the eraser putty, in fact that is what is in-between the water blocks. eraser putty goes on as a soft putty but hardens to a substance more like foam. this works great between the water blocks so the hot water blocks do not effect the cold ones. than I covered the entire cold side water loop in two layers of foam. finally I covered the entire cold side water loop all the way to the chill box, in a 1/4" clay. the clay seals the cold side water loop away from the ambient temperatures in my room. it also keeps things like the water pumps, cool, and dry. as they stay around the same temp as the cold side water.


I use molding clay, it is more expensive than normal clay. to give some reference I did use between 50-60 LBS of clay to cover the cold side water loop.
11-29-2019 07:03 AM
skupples
Quote: Originally Posted by toolmaker03 View Post
ok so I found this crazy funny skit online.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iKC21wDarBo


and now for some sobering reality.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3yYecoZKtz0&t=0s


why do we live in clown world today?
the reality - this is modern politics, and its not gonna change, even after the dems eventually regain the presidency. one quote coins the modern thought "they go low? we go lower!"

good ol' 2013. N remember, Idiocracy which predicted 2019 to a T, came out in 2006.
11-29-2019 06:58 AM
skupples
Quote: Originally Posted by toolmaker03 View Post
I love this time of year I just got a GTX 1080 ti for $425 I am now ready to build a intel 1151 system with a 9700 CPU. should have the new system up in a few months.


https://www.amazon.com/Gigabyte-GV-N...KCN0FY6WXXJNZJ


below is what I am thinking of building.
great news. That means the 2x I'm putting up this evening will fly!
11-29-2019 06:46 AM
Hydroplane
Quote: Originally Posted by toolmaker03 View Post
yes that is very true, and with this insane cooling system I built. I would like to show that it really is a full system cooling solution, for the CPU, motherboard, and video card.


ok so I have been running this cooling system on a AMD FX8350 CPU and a ATI 5850 video card. at this point I have 8 360mm radiators cooling the 6 224watt TEC's and 16 360mm radiators cooling the 6 331watt TEC's. the hot side water loops, with the system at load, will stay below 30C on both hot side water loops. and the cold side water loop stays below -10C at load. with this new system, I am expecting it to run as warm as 5C at load. still it is a nice cold water loop, and container for the system to operate within.
Nice temps Do you still use clay for insulation? If so, what kind? Looks like it would be easier to install than the eraser typically used to insulate mobos
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