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Zwolin

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  1. I'll be upgrading over next year but I have 2070Super and will switch to probably 2x3070ti if it has 12GB or more, if not I'll see ( I need the most TensorFlow/PyTorch performance I can get at a given price, so rtx3000 being compute heavy is a big win for me)
  2. I appreciate the help, but I NEED 2x PCIE 4.0 x8 slots off the CPU to feed my 2 GPUs... Building 2 systems, even with cheaper boards, would be much more expensive. On the other end of the spectrum TRX4 is an overkill for me.
  3. you meant PCIE 4.0 chipset link, right? or am I missing something? If it's obvious, I'm sorry, this is first high-end PC I'm building and want to do everything right
  4. In Poland.... does that help? (x-kom.pl) no, I'm not doing SLI. I'm doing 2 independent GPUs that I'll split the tasks between manually. I'm sorry, but I don't understand what is the difference...
  5. Hi, out of these two boards the latter is on sale, and currently goes for ~2/3 of the X570 Unify. I was planning on buying the UNIFY, but since the only significant feature difference is the PCIE 4.0 chipset link (which I don't need) I'm tempted to go for the cheaper option. The mobo will go to support my workstation - R9 5900X + 2 GPUs. Am I missing anything or is it really good deal?
  6. that's an issue with P500A case... I can only fit 360 front +120/140 top. So I'd water cool my ITX build fully (cpu+vertical GPU) with intake 360 rad and have the ATX air-cooled. The increased temp inside the case won't be a huge issue, as I'll probably undervolt/underclock my workstation to make it more economical - It would run basically 24/7 and I don't need fast responsiveness from it.
  7. Here you go.I thought 'dual system' refers strictly to two separate systems in one case. Otherwise 'dual purpose system' is what I would use to describe using single MOBO+CPU combo for both purposes.
  8. No, I'm gonna have vertical GPU connected to my mITX system and 2 GPUs in my workstation.
  9. Hi, The question basically boils down to: Is it worth paying for better VRM on higher-end GPUs and waste all that extra on better cooling solution that I'm not gonna use anyway? I'm asking because I want to do vertical mounting and I'm worried my card will get chocked due to glass panel proximity and competition from other cards. I'm planning dual system gaming+workstation build in P500A (mITX for gaming, ATX with dual GPU to run simulations) and will be running dual Nvidia cards in workstation. I'm gonna wait for PCIe 4.0 raisers before I pull the plug on this purchase
  10. how loud are we talking? under what conditions?
  11. I tried checking on G.SKILL page, but they don't list that in specifications... ok, thanks anyway
  12. For me it's just good old boring single monitor gaming (UW 1440p). @HairlessMonkeyBoy I tried to find, but couldn't, is there much difference between CB Elite and Black? Is it just re-release, or is there a meaningful difference between the two?
  13. @HairlessMonkeyBoy seems there is no reason to go faster than 3600 (or even 3200):
  14. So, your recomendation is to go with 3600 MHz and not bother with overclocking, because the performance gain isn't worth it ( the money can be spend elswhere better)?
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