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About TheNuzziNuzz

  • Title
    I make music

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  • Location
    New England, USA
  • Gender
  • Interests
    Music Production, Lights, and occasional Node.js/Web Development
  • Occupation
    Music Production


  • CPU
    i5 4440 @3.2ghz
  • Motherboard
    MSI Z97 SLI Krait Eddition
  • RAM
    24gb DDR3 1600 2x4+2x8
  • GPU
    XFX Amd Radeon R9 270X
  • Case
    Thermaltake Chaser A31
  • Storage
    2x Samsung 850 Evo 128gb
  • PSU
    Raidmax Vampire 700W 80+ Gold
  • Display(s)
    3x 24inch 1080p Westinghouse TVs
  • Keyboard
    Corsair K70 RGB
  • Mouse
    Logitech G502
  • Sound
    Logitech z603
  • Operating System
    Windows 10
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  1. Which computer is this drive in?
  2. Go into the performance section of Task Manager, scroll to your GPU, and take a took at all the metrics your GPU reports. Click the little arrow to the left of the titles: You will get a menu of metrics your GPU reports: Since GPUs report all kinds of data, your overal utilization will actually depend on what you're using the GPU for. Windows tries to make estimations about overall "usage" to show you in the Processes menu, however it's impossible to combine summarize all of those numbers accuracy since most modern GPUs actually have different types of processors built in
  3. What type of computer is this? Did you build it yourself? Is it a laptop, if so, what model?
  4. Try booting the drive on a different computer, and try booting a different drive on this computer. Please report back the results. Also, have you messed around in the BIOS at all? Was this drive ever in another computer?
  5. What do you mean locked? Simply sounds like the drive died.
  6. They are not cost lucrative. 7 3090s: $10,500 7 A6000s: $42,000 Literally the value of new car I'd be paying for the Quadro cards to gain absolutely no benefit other than a duel slot blower design cooler. I could design a custom case, attempt single slot water cooling, use risers, buy 4 industrial refrigerators, and i'd still have money leftover.
  7. I've already run tests, and with our workflow I know for a fact that 4 GPUs will scale 100%. Even if it's diminishing, it's worth it for the final render performance. This is also why I want a beefy CPU, which any TR Pro is.
  8. The price difference is just so absurdly significant. 3090s perform the same, and this workload will never make use of the double precious calculations, nor the extra vram. 24 gb is plenty.
  9. Yes 100% 8x 4.0 is plenty, however the alternative is 4x PCIe 3.0 on motherboards that support 7 GPUs other than the one I have linked, which would be an unnecessary bottleneck when I can buy the board linked above
  10. I think the issue here with backplates is the GPUs won't fit in a single slot. I think water cooling isn't the way to go.
  11. Can't do multiple systems. The goal is to have a single system for 3D graphics development purposes. This machine is used by 3D artists to create artwork before it gets sent off to the render farm for the long renders. For power I already have a couple 500 watt 12 volt only server PSUs, like the kind of thing used for bitcion minning. As for the high bandwidth requirements, this matters because this will be an artist computer where they will be previewing changes to lighting, materials, etc and we just want to get the absolute fastest possible viewport performance. I'd
  12. I'd like to use as many as physically possible. My company has had huge success recently in the NFT space and I want to invest in upgrades. My current setup is a 5800X with 2 FE 3090s. Rendering consists of Maya/Blender primarily, sometimes involves other softwares - really depends on the project. However, in all the software's I use, each GPU is used 100%. So 7 cards are 7 times faster than 1.
  13. Hey guys! I'm building the ultimate rendering / 3D graphics workstation. I plan on using this motherboard: https://www.asus.com/Motherboards-Components/Motherboards/Workstation/Pro-WS-WRX80E-SAGE-SE-WIFI/ $1,000 With a Threadripper Pro 3975WX This motherboard and CPU combo is the only one I have found that supports 6 PCIE 4.0 16x GPUs + one at 8x. I plan on using risers with a custom case, however I'm curious if anyone could find a solution that would allow me to have the 3090s without risers, of course water cooled. The FE I don't believe could work be
  14. Reseated the CPU & re-applied thermal paste and max temps are ~70 under load, ~46 idle. Thanks!