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OrangeLeaf

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  1. Currently a 1080TI, will be a RTX 3080 when I can get my hands on one, the 'productivity' PC runs a Ryzen 5 3600, just for working, programming etc. could still game, which is why I came up with the idea. Would not be the ideal setup but could still use a high power GPU, currently I'm using an used GPU (can't really tell you from the top of my head to be honest but is a gt500 or gt550, its in the mini format and is just there to get a display output. edit: spelling (at least what I could find :P)
  2. I didn't want to go into too much detail on the rest of the hardware, it's a ryzen 5 3600 build, it still can game (currently runs a really old GPU which is just there to get a screen output), I'm currently rocking a 1080 TI in the gaming PC and plan to (WHEN WE FINALLY CAN GET THEM) upgrade to a rtx3080. Maybe I'm using the term 'productivity' wrong...
  3. So you are saying that it would in general not really be a good idea to move the card? Well, I'm not too surprised. It would get moved twice a week, I'd really like to find some experiments in that direction. Thanks for the (fast) response
  4. The question that I have / discussion that I would like to start is the following: What is the best way to move one GPU between two PCs? The goal would be to make the dis- reconnecting as fast as possible, without wearing down components that are not meant to be used this way. My current idea is to use a GPU riser to move the GPU away from the motherboard and to protect the motherboard connectors. Using some spare PSU connectors and a little bit of soldering/crafting I'd then create a separate connector for power (to protect the GPU power-connector from wear).
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