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Mesterial

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About Mesterial

  • Title
    Member
  • Birthday 1985-04-04

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    France
  • Occupation
    HPC benchmarker

System

  • CPU
    Intel 7820X
  • Motherboard
    MSI X299 SLI PLUS
  • RAM
    32GB G.Skill Ripjaw 5 DDR4
  • GPU
    MSI 2080 Ti Gaming X Trio
  • Case
    Lian Li PC-A77F
  • Storage
    3 HDD WD Gold 8 TB RAID5, 1 SSD M.2 Samsung 860 EVO, 1 NVMe M.2 Samsung 970 Evo (Primocached)
  • PSU
    Cooler Master Gold 1200W
  • Display(s)
    3 * ASUS VG278HE
  • Cooling
    Corsair H115i
  • Keyboard
    Logitech G105
  • Mouse
    Logitech G603
  • Sound
    Xonar D2X + Logitech 5.1 / Sony Dolby headphone
  • Operating System
    Win 10

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  1. Waw! OMG I'm a prize winner, am I?! It was 2 weeks of madness here... My 7820X was screeming every night because I left its overclock on, and during the day I put my 2080ti at 150W powercap so it's not summer in my self-quarantine appartment already! It was jet-engine noise all nights long... And you know the best part? After 20 days of folding (I started earlier than the contest), I just had a major power fail due to my failing UPS! The RAID5 checked no error (after 12 hours verification...), so I'm still happy @GOTSpectrum here is the winning proof: 95 Mesterial Mesterial 25,017,090 410 14 25USD Steam Gift Card I'm pausing folding for the time I change the battery of my UPS, so to account for that, I got an LTT folding shirt Thank you for this great event!
  2. Basically, you're looking at atoms that are parts of some proteins, interacting with a forcefield. Mostly, they are the proteins at the surface of the human malware, which are responsible for all the things it does (interacting with human cells, antibody recognition, etc.). Or, some drug targets, i.e. proteins or molecules that are supposed to interact with the virus surface proteins.
  3. Folding from LTT server once again! ^^ Let's hope there will be a correct CS connection this time!
  4. Maybe I'm missing something, but shouldn't the project need more AS and not WS? Based on this page: https://apps.foldingathome.org/serverstats
  5. Just imagine the kooling required for those... Not to mention 5 nodes per rack because of the power ?
  6. I'm not sure they are monolithic, the socket looks more like 2 sockets side by side. For AMD, they are all multi-chiplets.
  7. Power is going insane on the Intel part, if you ask me... The 9282 is 400w TDP, that's 800w only for the CPUs of a single node !! ? I might be an Intel fanboy, but sometimes I hardly understand the last years decisions...
  8. These are only theoretical values! You have to introduce the HPL efficiency, which is a catastrophy for Intel at AVX512 frequency compared to base clock.
  9. 30 blades, so 90 nodes, at max. (I know it because I work there, and participated in the bench of these!)
  10. In conclusion, I went as far as 2*4.8 GHz + 2*4.7 GHz + 4*4.6 GHz, at 1.28 Vcore, letting all power savings, for 24/7 safe use. I'm happy with it ?
  11. Oh, and the best part: the max delta between cores went from 16 to 10 degrees!! (at 100% fans and pump)
  12. And now, the results! i7-7820X, 8 cores, 140W, 4 cores @ 4.6 GHz (0, 2, 5, 6) and 4 cores @ 4.4 GHz (1, 3, 4, 7) (cores chosen by Intel ranking in the BIOS) Corsair H115i Max temps at Windows idle: 54 40 39 39 40 45 40 38 -> 45 35 32 32 31 33 31 32 (-9 -5 -7 -7 -9 -12 -9 -6) Min temps at Windows idle + fan/pump at 100%: 31 29 29 30 29 30 30 30 -> 31 28 29 30 28 30 30 30 (0 -1 0 0 -1 0 0 0) IntelBurn HPL (AVX), 4 GB, 20 times in a row, fan/pump at 100% Max temps: 82 88 88 94 92 91 83 79 -> 72 74 76 76 74 75 68 68 (-10 -14 -12 -18 -18 -16 -15 -11) Max score: 210.15 GFLOPS -> 210.40 GFLOPS (91.2% eff. -> 91.3% eff.) Extreme HPL (AVX2), 3 GB, 5 times in a row, fan/pump at 100% Max temps: 82 89 88 95 92 92 83 79 -> 72 74 76 78 74 77 68 68 (-10 -15 -12 -17 -18 -15 -15 -11) Max score: 427.29 GFLOPS -> 430.47 GFLOPS (92.7% eff. -> 93.4% eff.) Extreme HPL (AVX2), 3 GB, 5 times in a row right after previous test, fan/pump at auto Max temps: 83 95 88 100 97 98 83 82 -> 71 77 77 82 78 81 70 69 (-12 -18 -11 -18 -19 -17 -13 -13) Max score: 426.94 GFLOPS -> 431.03 GFLOPS (92.7% eff. -> 93.5% eff.) Cinebench R20, fan/pump at auto Max temps: 87 95 89 100 97 98 83 82 -> 75 72 77 74 71 77 70 67 (-12 -23 -12 -26 -26 -21 -13 -15) Score: 4586 -> 4599 Cinebench R20, fan/pump at 100% Max temps: 83 79 84 86 80 88 78 74 -> 71 69 73 71 68 73 67 64 (-12 -10 -11 -15 -12 -15 -11 -10) Score: 4565 -> 4594 Stunning results… ? What is funny, is that min idle temps at full blast fans are the same! Also, what is amazing, is that I can now run a surprise HPL without fearing a meltdown lol! I guess this is where watercooling shines, now that it should be the "limiting" factor. Maybe I will put the 8 cores at 4.6 GHz, of even 4.7 ? So, even for the small 7100T, I am very happy with this delid frenzy that got into me. Of course I will do it on my parent's computer (3 series), but too bad my computer I got there is a soldered i7-960 though!
  13. I'm done for today ? So, the delid was very different from the small CPU: the silicone was somewhat softer, so I first thought it didn't work because the IHS was back at its place when opening the tool. Everything cleaned: It was very time-consuming to clean VERY carefully the seal, because of the tiny components. They almost touch the silicone, so I started scratching from the opposite. It's not hard, it just requires some patience (along with the ifixit tools !). Then, the nail polish on every components: And finally, the liquid metal, the silicone, and the IHS!
  14. OK, but you have an AIO, and not a midget CPU. The temperature is more important than the delta. At some point, you can't go bellow a certain temperature with the same conductor. The heat generated is kept the same, it's just the speed at which it is evacuated that changes. 73 W/mK, I mean, the i3 is just 35W max TDP, and around 21W during HPL! And with the Intel crappy cooler. Now this, is the real deal: ?
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