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Aggravated Salmon

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About Aggravated Salmon

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System

  • CPU
    Intel Xeon X5660 (4.55Ghz @ 1.45v)
  • Motherboard
    ASUS Republic Of Gamers Rampage III Extreme
  • RAM
    16GB DDR3
  • GPU
    EVGA Titan X Hybrid
  • Case
    Cooler Master 690 III
  • Storage
    Crucial M550 512GB SSD
  • PSU
    Cooler Master Silent Pro Gold 1200W
  • Display(s)
    Crossover 27Q + Dell SE2417H
  • Cooling
    ID-Cooling Frostflow+ 240
  • Keyboard
    Topre Realforce RGB
  • Mouse
    Corsair Glaive RGB Aluminum
  • Sound
    Creative Labs. SoundBlaster X-Fi Elite Pro
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Pro 64 bit

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  1. so should this work: https://www.moddiy.com/products/ENERMAX-Revolution-12-Pin-to-8{47}4%2dPin-CPU{47}RAM-Modular-Sleeved-Cable.html i can get like 2 of these so i'll be 16pin modular to cpu0 included 12pin modular to cpu1 + mbd0 (4pin) first purchased 12pin modular to cpu2 + mbd1 (4pin) second purchased 12pin modular to cpu3
  2. i overclocked my other Titan X (not Xp), the original X and bios modded it and ramped up the core voltage for a +630 core overclock. Power consumption rose like mad.
  3. really? my titan x consumes >400W and it only has 1 8 pin + 1 6 pin (running stable 24/7 for a year, measured with wall wattage tester), pretty sure since PCI-E 2.0 standards its 150W for 6 pin and 300W for 6+2 pin PCI-E
  4. okay guys how about this. if molex is so unsafe can i use 6 pin PCI-E to 8 pin EPS connectors instead? https://www.amazon.com/inch-6PIN-PCIE-P4-12V-Adapter/dp/B01EEOW3CA
  5. 4 x E7-8895 v2 Supermicro X10QBI 320GB RAM Titan Xp i am making a custom case so i can accommodate any reasonable form factor psu
  6. Are Haswell/Broadwell/Skylake etc. cores made equal e.g. 1) a 60 core 4 x E7-8895 V2 with an 8 core turbo boost of 3.6Ghz will perform the same as a i7-4930K with a 6 core turbo boost of 3.6Ghz (both Ivy-Bridge 3.6Ghz cores) in any 6 core task? or e.g. 2) an i7-8086K with turbo boost and hyperthreading disabled and cores limited to 4 will perform the same as an i3-8350K (both 4 x 4Ghz Coffee Lake cores) or for the 60 core cpus, are there windows core usage handling overhangs that lessens the performance?
  7. ok cheers guys, now i know that its the limitations of overpowering a cable and overheating rather than the rails and i understand the protection now. to clear it up, there are 6 (SIX) 8-pin EPS12V inputs on the motherboard and the maximum load is at least 700w. 4 EPS 12V cables are for FOUR individual CPUs with a TDP of 155W each and the remaining 2 EPS 12V cable is powering the motherboard so theoretically can i swap it by using 2x molex to 8pin eps cables instead (using maxrevo 1500w)? so the CPU0 EPS 8 pin will be powered by the included 650mm 16pin modular to 8 pin EPS cable using the 12V2 rail the CPU1 EPS 8 pin will be powered by the included 600mm 12pin modular to 8 pin EPS cable using the 12V3 rail the CPU2 EPS 8 pin will be powered by two 5pin modular to molex cable with a molex to 8pin eps converter each. (12V4 rail) the CPU3 EPS 8 pin will be powered by two 5pin modular to molex cable with a molex to 8pin eps converter each. (12V6 rail) the motherboard0 EPS 8 pin will be powered by two 5pin modular to molex cable with a molex to 8pin eps converter each. (12V4 and 12V6 rail) lastly, the motherboard1 EPS 8 pin will simply be connected to he included 600mm 12pin modular to 4 pin ATX cable using the 12V3 rail also ill probably connect a Titan Xp to the power supply using 2 of the 500mm 12pin modular to PCI-E 6+2 pin cables (12V5 rail) The max load on the 12V1 rail (24 pin) will be 10A?? The max load on the 12V2 rail will be 13A max load on the 12V3 rail will be 13A + however much the motherboard uses (23A max?) max load on the 12V4 rail will be 13A + half of motherboard1 usage (20A max?) max load on the 12V5 rail will be 25A? after overclocking max load on the 12V6 rail will be 13A + half of motherboard1 usage (20A max?) the max loads of each rail will be far below the maximum 30A for each. this should be good right?
  8. My motherboard has 6 EPS 12V 8 pin connectors with maximum load exceeding ~700W I have two power supplies on hand, Cooler Master Silent Pro Gold 1200W and Enermax MaxRevo 1500W. The CM has a single 12V rail and the Enermax has split 12V rails. Since the Enermax only has 30A Max on the 12V2 rail which powers the EPS power, does it mean it will overload the power supply, considering I plan to just get a 8 pin EPS -> 2 x 8 pin EPS splitter? so by this knowledge, is the CM a much better choice despite the lower max rated wattage simply due to the single 12V rail? or should I run two power supplies because the main modular EPS 12V wire is not rated for such high power?
  9. Imagine a build with 4 CPUs (E7-8895 V2) (15 Core each 2.8Ghz) (Turbo Boost: 4/4/4/4/4/6/6/6/6/7/7/7/7/8/8) Lets say a workload utilizing 8 cores is put on the machine, will Windows 'use' 8 cores from CPU0, or split 2 cores per CPU? If 2 cores are split, will it be right to say that the machine will turbo to 3.6Ghz?
  10. 3200SGD? can ignore ram, will buy separate kit
  11. as long as i can get 3+ hrs doing misc stuff (word, casual web browsing), i should be fine. i'm sure that is defo achievable with a good undervolt, using intel gfx and lowering max cpu performance on battery to like 30%. of course lighter is better but not that big of a deal, 2.5kg is not that heavy
  12. games: csgo, pubg, assetto corsa, f1 2019 (rarely gta 5, ghost recon wildlands, minecraft, cities skylines) 1. ASUS SCAR II 15.6 inch 8750H RTX 2070 NON MAX-Q (115W edition) 144HZ 1080P IPS 512GB PCIE 16GB 2666 SINGLE CHANNEL 2.4KG 1895 USD 2. Nova 15 15.6 inch 9750H RTX 2070 'FULL PERFORMANCE EDITION (probably same as scar ii) 240HZ 1080P 1TB PCIE (3400R, 3000W) 16GB DUAL CHANNEL Free 2.5 slot so i can put my 512gb ssd 2.5KG 2095USD 3. Slate 15 16.1 inch ultra thin bezel 9750H RTX 2080 Max-Q 144HZ 1080P 512GB PCIE 8GB SINGLE CHANNEL (upgradeable to 16GB for $37 more) Free 2.5 slot so i can put my 512gb ssd Biometric Glass touchpad 2.1 KG 2350USD Note, i'd probably just buy a 32GB kit so, ram is whatever
  13. Mainly have issues with PUBG So I somehow managed to break my Titan Xp and I already ordered the new Titan RTX but it is coming in 3 weeks -.- So I put my good ‘ol R9 295X2 back into my main rig and I am fine with other games like F1 2018, CSGO, GTA V and Hitman but am having serious issues with PUBG. how can I optimise the xfire profiles, settings and in game settings for prime FPS that utilises xfire. i know pubg is terrible with mgpu but there has to be a way for xfire to work. spex: intel 12 Core 128gb ram r9 295x2 liquid cooled (2x r9 290x) 1500w psu 512gb crucial ssd
  14. I agree. I have used Opera since 2012 when I switched from Safari (had a mac back then) However, I have ran into major MAJOR issues with Opera and thus switched to Chrome BUT, I got a fkin mining virus And thus I am using Firefox as my main for now.
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