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Posted · Original PosterOP

Is there a case that have dual vertical GPU mount with the rest of the PCI slots horizontal? 


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10 minutes ago, DeathPheonix said:

Is there a case that have dual vertical GPU mount with the rest of the PCI slots horizontal? 

Do you mean like one GPU on top of another? Or horizontal right next to each other?


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Posted · Original PosterOP
1 minute ago, Streetguru said:

Do you mean like one GPU on top of another? Or horizontal right next to each other?

Horizontal right next to each other, but I guess GPU on top of another would work as well


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4 minutes ago, DeathPheonix said:

Horizontal right next to each other, but I guess GPU on top of another would work as well

And I'm sure you already know that SLI/Crossfire is never worth it? Not sure there's going to be many if any cases that support 2 vertical GPUs.


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3 minutes ago, Streetguru said:

And I'm sure you already know that SLI/Crossfire is never worth it? Not sure there's going to be many if any cases that support 2 vertical GPUs.

Not worth it sure, but because I can xD


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Posted · Original PosterOP
7 minutes ago, Streetguru said:

What are you even going to run 2 GPUs of? 980tis?

1080Ti's 


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2 minutes ago, Streetguru said:

Where are you even buying 1080tis?

Have them for a year already, just wanting to change my H440 as it's a bit crowded to do anything in the case


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3 minutes ago, DeathPheonix said:

Have them for a year already, just wanting to change my H440 as it's a bit crowded to do anything in the case

Should just sell one for like $1000 and prep for the 2080 ti or Vega Maybe it'll be the best this time 2-64


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Just now, Streetguru said:

Should just sell one for like $1000 and prep for the 2080 ti or Vega Maybe it'll be the best this time 2-64

Wish I could do that, but need two of them to do non gaming stuff such as machine learning right now. Not to mention that my local cariglist is cheap as hell, don't wont to bother with ebay though.


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Posted · Original PosterOP
1 minute ago, whoisit1118 said:

Actually though, you should sell one of the cards to Crypto miners before Ampere releases.

I would but I can't. Have to keep both of them for machine learning and other stuff. Might as well sell both and get a titan V


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Just now, DeathPheonix said:

Might as well sell both and get a titan V

If you're into deep learning stuff then ya that's a pretty good idea, they just released a water block for it as well

Though I would hope you aren't locking yourself exclusively to CUDA, becoming a slave to Nvidia's will. FOSS will always win out in the end...praise be RMS.


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1 minute ago, Streetguru said:

If you're into deep learning stuff then ya that's a pretty good idea, they just released a water block for it as well

Though I would hope you aren't locking yourself exclusively to CUDA, becoming a slave to Nvidia's will. FOSS will always win out in the end...praise be RMS.

But how does a Titan V do when playing games? And I think it'll be really hard to sell them when I finish with my projects on machine learning or when I want to upgrade them 


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14 minutes ago, DeathPheonix said:

But how does a Titan V do when playing games? And I think it'll be really hard to sell them when I finish with my projects on machine learning or when I want to upgrade them 

Right you'd want to make the switch ASAP

The Titan V is technically the best gaming GPU
 

 

 


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Posted · Original PosterOP
2 minutes ago, Streetguru said:

Right you'd want to make the switch ASAP

The Titan V is technically the best gaming GPU
 

 

 

But how does that compare with dual 1080Ti's giving that even if I can sell both of my 1080Ti's for 1k each, I still have to cough up 1k for an Titian V. Resell of a Titan V might be hard IMO as in less people will need or even want that card.


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23 minutes ago, DeathPheonix said:

But how does that compare with dual 1080Ti's giving that even if I can sell both of my 1080Ti's for 1k each, I still have to cough up 1k for an Titian V. Resell of a Titan V might be hard IMO as in less people will need or even want that card.

How many games do your current GPUs even scale in?

The card is built for deep learning/machine learning.

Names locking people into the tensor cores...

https://www.pcper.com/reviews/Graphics-Cards/NVIDIA-TITAN-V-Review-Part-3-Deep-Learning-Performance


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Well only case i can think of is the lian li pc 011 with its vertical gpu bracket thats 80 bucks plus 2 pci riser cables.Open case the thermaltake core p3/p5 and p7 have a option you can mount the whole pci bracket vertically.Or you can get a case with a single vertical gpu mount like a define r6 then add in a coolermaster or cable mod vertical gpu mount that replaces the whole pci slots.

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