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Nice rig!! Is that a 3090 in there? Anybody seen any folding numbers for a 6900XT?
Pffft, yea right. 2x2080 Ti's. Running a single in my Caselabs s8s that I acquired recently. My folding rig is worth more than my daily driver, lol.

We are about to get passed by [H]ardOCP and we'll be in 12th place.... Sad face. All these people with 3080/90's and no one is helping out.
 

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Pffft, yea right. 2x2080 Ti's. Running a single in my Caselabs s8s that I acquired recently. My folding rig is worth more than my daily driver, lol.

We are about to get passed by [H]ardOCP and we'll be in 12th place.... Sad face. All these people with 3080/90's and no one is helping out.
Yeah, even if they folded overnight or when idle, would make a huge difference!
 

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yeah, I'm suprised by those numbers. Only way to know for sure is for one of our own to take one for a spin. 馃槉
 

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@Jpmboy you use x299 right? You think a 7980xe for 499 is worth doing at this point or should I just go 5950x if I can ever find one? Currently on a 9900k. The PCIE lanes of x299 + more cores are appealing. 5950x would solve the bandwidth issues for PCIe as well.
 

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@Jpmboy you use x299 right? You think a 7980xe for 499 is worth doing at this point or should I just go 5950x if I can ever find one? Currently on a 9900k. The PCIE lanes of x299 + more cores are appealing. 5950x would solve the bandwidth issues for PCIe as well.
I have a X299 system as well, a de-lidded 7740x. I would honestly say pass on the X299 setup. Invest in the 5950x, don't get me wrong the X299 setup is very strong and cool to tinker with though.
 

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@Jpmboy you use x299 right? You think a 7980xe for 499 is worth doing at this point or should I just go 5950x if I can ever find one? Currently on a 9900k. The PCIE lanes of x299 + more cores are appealing. 5950x would solve the bandwidth issues for PCIe as well.
That is pretty cheap for a 7980XE. I am a fan of the x299 chipset and it has been a very solid work horse for the past several years (running 4 x299 rigs here - all have been bullet proof, 7980XE, 10980XE and two 7740X). But that's the catch... several years. If you have the budget, go with the 5950x and x570. It's got it's "birthing" quirks still, but bios revisions have been solving these. If you can find one! I've had an alert in with B&H for over a month now. It is a rare bird for sure.
 
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