- Aug 20, 2007
- 15,980 (3.11/day)
|Processor||Ryzen R7 5800X|
|Motherboard||GIGABYTE Aorus Elite X570|
|Cooling||Noctua NH-D15 + A whole lotta Sunon and Corsair Maglev blower fans...|
|Memory||G.SKILL Ripjaws V Series 64GB (4 x 16GB) DDR4-3200|
|Video Card(s)||EVGA GeForce RTX 3070 FTW3|
|Storage||2x Mushkin Pilot-E 2TB NVMe SSDs in RAID0|
|Display(s)||55" LG 55" B9 OLED 4K Display|
|Case||Thermaltake Core X31|
|Audio Device(s)||VGA HDMI->LG B9 OLED/Schiit Modi MB/Asgard 2 DAC/Amp to AKG Pro K712 Headphones|
|Power Supply||Seasonic Prime Titanium 750W|
|Mouse||Razer Deathadder v2|
|Keyboard||Unicomp Model-M Keyboard|
|Software||Windows 10 Enterprise (Product of work, yes it's legit)|
|Benchmark Scores||www.3dmark.com/fs/25631365 www.3dmark.com/spy/20539287 www.3dmark.com/pr/1054199|
OR if you are so good, why not code yourself for the support?
Sure, let me just fork nouveau, and have documented apis to raise the boost clocks...
oh right, that's literally an nvidia "trade secret" making what you just stated nearly impossible. Sounds fun.
Might be something to do with Turing's ability to do concurrent int&fp math... I would not be surprised that Volta cards could support this as well.
Integer scaling is not hard. For god's sake man, the cpu could do it.