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$30k mega build! NEED ADVICE

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Posted · Original PosterOP

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Okay, so not quite the 30K build I thought we needed, but this'll do.

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On 5/29/2019 at 3:23 AM, Krysbrown said:

I have a high end client wanting something out of control for his Master Closet! He wants 18 projectors that will all work in unison 99% of the time, but here's the kicker. He wants to be able to use each one separately as well! These projectors will be rear firing and shooting to his walls and ceiling. He's going to walk into his room and say "I'm in the jungle" and the room will turn into the jungle, speakers and all. What I need to do is build a rig that can handle 18 1080P projectors as one unit or 18 separate ones. This is why it has to come out of one tower. I was thinking something similar to Linus' video (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lThX7UovKCc) but, this isn't a gaming CPU and we're using 18 projectors... How about an Intel Xeon processor and 4 GeForce 2080ti and 1 1080ti cards, ASUS Z10PE-D8 WS (or similar).... Or am I way off track for something like that? Thanks for the advice!

i can do a little help, maybe you can start with chose the best processor with the new technology from below :
https://en.wikichip.org/wiki/intel/cores/cascade_lake_ap


i don't know how much core needed for it, or maybe 32 core is overkill sry
about part's combine, ican't do more. its new for me, seems pretty hard sry
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On 5/28/2019 at 4:49 PM, Krysbrown said:

Are these "VisionTek Radeon 7750 2GB GDDR5 6M (6x MiniDP)" high quality though. Literally nothing can go out, money isn't too big of a deal if these aren't "the best". They look perfect though, I just don't know much about them.

Might want to look into a matrox card if you need to use that many displays.

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33 minutes ago, Mr. horse said:

Might want to look into a matrox card if you need to use that many displays.

We want something that will work amazing and look amazing like these: Radeon Pro WX 7100 100-505826 8GB 256-bit GDDR5 Workstation Video Card. We've moved the tower out from the rack and are putting it on the wall now. The only thing that is unfortunate is that there isn't an amazing looking LGA 3647 motherboard out that will work with that many video cards. EVGA is coming out with the SR-3, but who knows when that will out?????? Any suggestions are appreciated though. Thank you all!

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13 minutes ago, Krysbrown said:

We want something that will work amazing and look amazing like these: Radeon Pro WX 7100 100-505826 8GB 256-bit GDDR5 Workstation Video Card. We've moved the tower out from the rack and are putting it on the wall now. The only thing that is unfortunate is that there isn't an amazing looking LGA 3647 motherboard out that will work with that many video cards. EVGA is coming out with the SR-3, but who knows when that will out?????? Any suggestions are appreciated though. Thank you all!

The SR-2 was a mess and rather buggy. I had one. and they would not fix the problems.So be carfull with getting a SR-3.

EVGA boards in general tend to fail and have buggy problems. The don't even make their own boards last time I looked. I would look into getting a ASUS board if you want dual CPU's. like the ASUS WS C621E

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18 minutes ago, Mr. horse said:

 

The SR-2 was a mess and rather buggy. I had one. and they would not fix the problems.So be carfull with getting a SR-3.

EVGA boards in general tend to fail and have buggy problems. The don't even make their own boards last time I looked. I would look into getting a ASUS board if you want dual CPU's. like the ASUS WS C621E

Dual CPUs are unnecessary for what we're doing. Could we run a single CPU on a dual CPU board?

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12 minutes ago, Krysbrown said:

 

Dual CPUs are unnecessary for what we're doing. Could we run a single CPU on a dual CPU board?

You can, I thought that if you wanted a sr board that it would be a dual CPU setup. My bad.

What about the ASUS ROG Dominus Extreme?

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The Dominus Extreme only has 4 PCIE slots. Trust me I wanted it haha.

16 minutes ago, Mr. horse said:

You can, I thought that if you wanted a sr board that it would be a dual CPU setup. My bad.

What about the ASUS ROG Dominus Extreme?

 

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2 minutes ago, Krysbrown said:

The Dominus Extreme only has 4 PCIE slots. Trust me I wanted it haha.

 

How many PCIE slot do you need ?

The gigabyte c621-su8 had 3 16x and 3 8x

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1 minute ago, Mr. horse said:

How many PCIE slot do you need ?

The gigabyte c621-su8 had 3 16x and 3 8x

I need 5 because we have 18 Projectors.

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6 minutes ago, Krysbrown said:

I need 5 because we have 18 Projectors.

18 Projectors would mean that 4 of the 5 cards would need to have 4 outputs and one would need 2.

I'm sure you can do this without 5 PCIE slots. Many cards have 4 outputs or more.

 

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What about the NVS 810 ? it has 8 outputs. But it s a little old.

EDIT: 1 year older then that amd card.

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16 minutes ago, Krysbrown said:

I need 5 because we have 18 Projectors.

 

Why are you not using gpu with more display outputs?


80+ ratings certify electrical efficiency. Not quality.

 

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6 minutes ago, Mr. horse said:

18 Projectors would mean that 4 of the 5 cards would need to have 4 outputs and one would need 2.

I'm sure you can do this without 5 PCIE slots. Many cards have 4 outputs or more.

 

Radeon Pro WX 7100 100-505826 8GB 256-bit GDDR5 Workstation Video Card This card is really high end and what we ended up specing for it. That card had 4 outputs and we need one extra for our testing monitor. That would give us 1 extra slot.

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5 minutes ago, Krysbrown said:

Those are old and not sexy enough for an on-wall case.We're going to be down mixing 12K video, so they'd probably have some lag if all 8 outputs were on at the same time.

1 year older then the AMD card and that AMD card is from 2016. To me it looks better ten the AMD card.

But good luck finding a board that has 5 16c pcie slots, even if you find one there is a good chance one or two slots max out at 8x. So that gig board i posted would likely be your best bet.

That is unless if you use say, x299 or thread ripper.

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4 minutes ago, Krysbrown said:

Those are old and not sexy enough for an on-wall case.We're going to be down mixing 12K video, so they'd probably have some lag if all 8 outputs were on at the same time.

 

When working at the bleeding edge, sexiy is what works not what looks "good".

 

At the design stage "probably" can be tested rather than guessed at.


80+ ratings certify electrical efficiency. Not quality.

 

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2 minutes ago, brob said:

 

When working at the bleeding edge, sexiy is what works not what looks "good".

And with a 30k budget I'm sure he could have a nice fancy cover made for the GPU.

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3 minutes ago, brob said:

 

When working at the bleeding edge, sexiy is what works not what looks "good".

 

At the design stage "probably" can be tested rather than guessed at.

Very valid points, I'll take a deeper look into that.

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