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  1. so in short yes i should try for higher speed but not at the expense of CAS timings?
  2. I have a ASUS X99-A motherboard and i am wondering if i should overclock my RAM from 2400MHz CAS 16 since i am now running a windows virtual machine and almost constantly a mint linux 18.2 virtual machine? games seem to not really be affected at all my build has 32GB of DDR4 a i7-5930k at stock and almost all my SATA ports filled up the reason for the X99 board is upgradeablity and the more SATA and USB ports on it than the mainstream board had. i use virtualbox for virtual machine and imgburn for burning discs while deamon tools lite for making images i have noticed when making disk images in .iso the computer is slow when i am also running the linux vitual machine with 2 cores and 8GB of system RAM and a 128MB virtual graphics chip should i upgrade to something like 64GB of RAM or 48GB of RAM or is it my RAM speed or is it a slow CPU as making disc images shouldn't be a GPU task and games run fine while the Virtual machines run in the back ground
  3. I think the PR people got over whelmed with the naming part. For a "Deep Learning" card the Tesla product line does it better unless you are also in a group pool of people using it to construct the mind of a gamer. That would be cool but also creepy. Seeing the main target who can afford it can also afford a Tesla K40 it seems Luke forgot to mention that. 1 TITAN X (Pascal) has 2x the cores of a Tesla K40 but the same amount of VRAM. So a compute test would be nice to see. Rendering the video the results are posted in would be a nice first benchmark, the estimating the weather for the next week for the second, third would be to use big data to data mine something you can keep static but as big data is always growing and changing the third one will have to run several times. Real life like compute benchmarks take more time as they are usually set up then the people go away for a few hours before checking if it is done yet. GPGPU usage in programs is amazing but it is under utilized because everything was written for x86 first. The savings if any to recode from x86 to CUDA or OpenCL depending on the program most times is not worth it so it is a consumer business who pays for it. The savings is not always there either. For a "Deep learning" benchmark look at the flux in the read outs of EKGs starting with a healthy person male then healthy person female then request random data from a heart device organization. Run the EKGs of their willing volunteers against the healthy ones then repeat for 3 months. That will get a Result to them and data for you to use for the card. "Deep learning" is alot more involved than that but it would make a good comparison. Just keep the data and reuse it for the future tests for "Deep Learning". Depending on how the law there is written you might have to use different data for each test of the card for "Deep learning" compute.
  4. A 20 thread program does not make sense without ECC RAM. The i7-6950X does not support ECC RAM. Most programs that will use 20 threads will take time and if there is an error it will have to go again. Going again with a program that takes hours is not cost effecent. The extra for a Xeon E6-2689v4. Same specs on http://www.cpu-world.com/Compare/37/Intel_Core_i7_Extreme_Edition_i7-6950X_vs_Intel_Xeon_E5-2689_v4.html .With the Xeons 2 E5-2689v4 CPUs would be needed for a total of a 20 physical core computer. With Xeons made for high thread count processing, most video encoders, and etc. I found this one under a virtual machine server though will not come until it is officially released.
  5. Options on Origin seem lacking for dual CPU configs. The price premium seems high also.So Fancy brand and good looking computer taht is a pain to upgrade and fix when it breaks. single CPU versions are there but they look like even a bigger pain to work with than the dual CPU ones as a 4U case still has to be open to fit into the rack or it will overheat all around it. Origin is good from what I see but overpriced because of how expensive it is.
  6. ah the 30k system it is a little more than 30k and can support 8 gamers if set up right. Linus did not set it up right and got 7 gamers. It also can support up to 14 other 100% execution VMs. Now as you only need around 40% of a core for a non-gamer maybe you can have alot of people on that 30k machine just 8 of them will have GPUs while the rest IF they even need graphics will run some version of a windows or Linux dumb terminal. Linus really did not tap its power at all as it could be used for so much more. With it being 30k and having less than a week to work with it it is not uncommon to not know how to ultize it to its full extent. SLI also is not supported on server boards. Edit was for spell check
  7. For a business yes but also i cannot see anything below that being useful in that layout because of price of just running it. to have 4 players on the gaming rig the gaming rig will have to have either 1 a very powerful GPU setup for them to use or 2 the gaming rig is a GPU server with independent VMs each running an instance of steam. The one of a GPU server makes more sense as it will allow for a 4th VM to be what the player sees when he or she turns on their link. The gaming server of course will cost alot as 4 gaming cards do. Because of the heat it will make i cannot see make outside of a server case or liquid cooling that will cool it properly. For CPUs it will have to be a server motherboard purely for the RAM they will need. assuming normal recommended specs being 4GB and 6GB on newer games the guests will get around 6GB to run both the windows system and the game they are given to play. The networking will be easier if they go with a dual 1Gbps aggravated link instead of a single network link due to how it works inside the system. A minimum of a $4,000 USD range gaming computer to run it is alot when you consider you most likely will not be running games on the host computer at all. IF you do want to then the range goes up to around $5,000 USD because of the extra video card. The price is so much higher as the price of an extra windows license is included.
  8. Rig name: Thor C{U: i7-5930k @3.5 with turbo OC 4.1 (sorry i don't know how to overclock on the ASUS X99-A GPU: GTX 980 4x8GB DDR4 Score: 8.6
  9. in about 5 years what is used in the business workstation will be in the consumer high end computers so yes if you know how to look at the computer world you can see what will be coming to the consumers in 4 to 6 years time it is past that it gets to be iffy on what will be coming as there is a lmit to how many cores Intel and AMD can just shove into a CPU / APU and you still see a benefit from it which is about 12 atm as past that no game engine nor any other consumer product will take advatage of it but even in that most computers have only 4 cores with hyperthreading so most devlopers aim for 4 core designs ... it is also much easier than doing 12+ core designs. So what will CPUs go to next as we went from increased speeds to more cores to get more computing down in less time and now we are going from a DDR3 RAM genertaion to DDR4 RAM generation but still that wont matter to much for the general consumer thus why it will only be starting for them in skylake 2~3 years from now what the computers 5 years from now will most likely look like is probably 1 CPU with 8 ~ 10 cores all of them running at 3GHz ~ 3.5GHz 16GB of DDR4 and no discrete GPU on most general use computers anymore becuase of how far AMD and Intel are planning to get but for gaming basicly that plus a discrete GPU in addition 10Gbps ethernet in the home and Wireless 802.11ac being standard instead of 802.11n but still with a newer standard coming after it already then of course SSDs takeing over the market for home computers that do not need 3TB or more space per drive as prices are falling for them even now and of course SATA Express or M.2 socket M takeing over where SATA 6Gbps left off with SATA 6Gbps being phased out then more USB3 ports on a standard for the chipset and no VGA outputs anymore besides on workstation / server video cards for legacy monitors in that also 8k being the big thing instead of 4k being hyped up So that is about what will be in around 5 years from now and your current build will most likely be only partially compatiable with it as the connectors are going to be changeing too.
  10. i think you are on the wrong site for this kind of thing techswedie.
  11. 404 page not found then a bash commandline prompt is aviable to me which i am worried by as that is a security loop hole for pcpartpicker and i like that site. anyways most pc configs with most discrete single or dual GPU cards should be able to hit BF4 at around 60fps it is just how high or low you have to set it to get there is all.
  12. the primary mount point most times has to be not in a RAID config for the lastest version of Ubuntu for some reason while being able to RAID the other disks together. It is a weird bug but it is there and the only work around that i have found is to have that primary portation on a single disk while the data sits on the RAID configuration also have the swap portition on the same disk as the boot up portition or again it will not work. As it could be just Ubuntu doesnt natively support the RAID controller and needs the external drivers that you downloaded during the installation of it to work but are not loaded until Ubuntu is up and running which is the case for me and my drives. Linux was not orginally ment for consumers who did not want to tinker around with it alot to which only recently has Linux distros tried to become more user freindly going away from purely command line to more of a GUI interface so problems are not all solved it seems. Submit a ticket with the whole entire list of error messages and it should be on the " to fix " list of their's.
  13. yumri

    Intel xmp

    yes you can if the XMP profile is for that speed then it should set it up for you to go at that speed but if that doesnt work then you will have to set it manually. as you are on this site i am going to assume you know how to use the EUFI of your motherboard to get to the RAM settings. To set it up manually should be right below where it allows you to set the XMP profile and just change the settings to what is listed in the booklet / flier that came with the RAM stick(s) as that should be the stable settings.
  14. So i am looking at the Cryengine for making my next game and i have read about and watched all this stuff on how the hardware in the X99 platform will help with RAM throughput and multithreaded applications. As Cryengine's physics and AI are multithreaded and probably other parts of it too; will getting a Workstation with that Hasweel-E / Hasweel-EP processor help in devlopment or will i see no speed increase when going to run even when it is before the time of optimizing it?
  15. as right now his GTX970 is sitting at 100% and the CPU is at 50% OCing the CPU will do nothing for preformance while OCing the GPU might unless the guy up above is right that there is an artifical limiter on it limiting it to a certian frame rate which i highly doubt as when ubisoft does that it is ussuly 30fps not 40~50fps ... do not like artifical limits on finished computer games. So yes OCing the GPU might work to get him a little extra though the GPU will still sit at 100% and the CPU usage might creep up a bit but i doubt it will to 100% unless it is a very agreesive OC on the GPU.
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