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New member to site. I have more computers operational computers then anyway should really have. For it worth I have 16 operational computers/

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Welcome to the forums!

 

Don't feel bad about that, I've got a number of functioning systems in my basement.

Quote or tag me( @Crunchy Dragon) if you want me to see your reply

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Are they all running all the time? Would you mind sharing what they are used for?

Gaming - Ryzen 5600x | 32GB 3200mhz  Vega 56 | 1TB NVME | 500GB NVME

Home Server - Ryzen 2700x | 16GB 3400mhz |  RX 550 | 500GB NVME 11x2TB HDD 

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48 minutes ago, William M said:

New member to site. I have more computers operational computers then anyway should really have. For it worth I have 16 operational computers/

Yes. Number of computers needed =  n+1 where n is the number of computers you currently own.

 

I hope if they're modern you're at least running boinc or folding projects on them. :)

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30 minutes ago, suchamoneypit said:

Are they all running all the time? Would you mind sharing what they are used for?

I have 5 systems currently running 24/7, 3 of them running solely boinc projects. The higher electric bill is my way of donating to science. 

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