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Russ_t

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About Russ_t

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    Newbie
  • Birthday 1949-02-13

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    JustusGrönts
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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    north Idaho
  • Interests
    all things tech
  • Biography
    have been considered a GEEk my whole life,,,, long before it was fashionable
  • Occupation
    retired data acquasition and control systems tech

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  • CPU
    quad core I7
  • Motherboard
    GA-Z170X-Gaming G1
  • RAM
    64G Corsair
  • GPU
    Nvidea TitanXp
  • Case
    oooooooold mod
  • Storage
    M.2pcieX4 and SSD
  • PSU
    700w
  • Display(s)
    Sony 55" UHD,3D and Acer AL2223W
  • Cooling
    big fan, custom ducting
  • Keyboard
    bloody b945 for lefty's
  • Mouse
    Logitech G502
  • Sound
    onboard thru G430
  • Operating System
    win7 that keeps updating to 10
  1. @D2ultima Hi new to forum old to life, Probably a strange question but from what I could wade thru of this thread you are VERY likely to have an intelligent answer for it. A while back I replaced my two 660ti cards (in sli) with a Titan Xp (obscenely expensive and paid more than retail). the question: can those two cards be put in the system as physics only cards? SLI with each other (not w/Titan) used as kinda math co-processors? The worry is smoking a lot of gear! Have been playing around with a lot of CUDA programming and would like to have all the processors to work with at once.
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