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#1
Hey all,
I'm looking for some input about the power requirements of 20 of the upcoming HD 7990's...
Total wattage?
Best PSU setup? ie. 10x1000W? 5x1500W?
If I set these up in a home would I need a special high amp electrical drop? 30amp? 100amp?

Interested to hear what you all think.
 
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This should do:
 
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This should do the trick
 

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Everyone's a comedian...
 
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It would be about the same as 40 7970's http://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/AMD/HD_7970/26.html You could get an idea of the power savings of the 7990 vs 2 7970's by looking at the power savings between 2 6970's CrossFired and 1 6990. As for the rest, that's your work to do. If this is serious, I'd be talking to PC Power & Cooling about custom PSU's. Maybe there's something out there already made for Tesla racks.
 

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Everyone's a comedian...
Yeah, that's going to happen when these kinds of questions are asked. What is the purpose of running so many cards? In reality, it is quite easy to figure out. Required PSU for a 7970 is: 500W. In reality, they draw around 220w at max load. 220w x 20 = 4400 watts. Either way, you'll want to find PSU's that have no less than 8 PCI-E cables each.
 
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Yeah, that's going to happen when these kinds of questions are asked. What is the purpose of running so many cards? In reality, it is quite easy to figure out. Required PSU for a 7970 is: 500W. In reality, they draw around 220w at max load. 220w x 20 = 4400 watts. Either way, you'll want to find PSU's that have no less than 8 PCI-E cables each.
Whoa, Vegeta was way off. He was thinking the power needed was over 9000...watts.
 
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why the f#@k would you need to know that? If you really wanted to know you could have easily estimated based on the 7950x2, so don't bash those that joked about it.

Ohhh as reading the thread found erocker comment, he is a kinder person

Whoa, Vegeta was way off. He was thinking the power needed was over 9000...watts.
I think he is closer, the crazy person asked about the New Zeland so actually 40 7970 underclocked.

Edit lol i though that actually there were a user named vegeta. U were making the over joke. But the figure made sense to me
 
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I'm just looking for some opinions from what I see as a pretty well educated crowd.
I suppose I'm really more interested in your opinions in regards to my latter two questions:
Best PSU setup? ie. 10x1000W? 5x1500W?
If I set these up in a home would I need a special high amp electrical drop? 30amp? 100amp?
But I'm glad to see that John Gabriels Greater Internet F@#kwad Theory prevails. :)
 

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If this is serious, I'd be talking to PC Power & Cooling about custom PSU's. Maybe there's something out there already made for Tesla racks.
This is serious and thank you for the idea.
 
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@Soup

I think erocker gave you the best answer on power requirements.

Me, I'm intrigued why you're asking. You must have a special project in mind for this? Would nvidia do or does it have to be AMD? So many questions, share this with us! I think you'll find that people will get quite fired up about it if you let us know. :toast:
 

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I think erocker gave you the best answer on power requirements.
Agreed.

I'm looking into super high density parallel processing for complex aero/hydrodynamics simulations and possibly other things... bitcoin mining? hehe.

I've priced out a single system that should host 20 cards, fingers crossed; just over $25000

EDIT: AMD would be best.
 
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I'm just looking for some opinions from what I see as a pretty well educated crowd.
I suppose I'm really more interested in your opinions in regards to my latter two questions:


But I'm glad to see that John Gabriels Greater Internet F@#kwad Theory prevails. :)
Is he related to Peter Gabriel? FSR love Peter Gabriel.

Also, how do we know Mr. Hepcat here isn't working for the Russians? "Complex aero/hydrodynamics simulations and possibly other things"...sounds a lot like an airport, a seaport and a possibly a nuclear reactor to me.

Just remember kids, "No Russian".
 
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Agreed.

I'm looking into super high density parallel processing for complex aero/hydrodynamics simulations and possibly other things... bitcoin mining? hehe.

I've priced out a single system that should host 20 cards, fingers crossed; just over $25000

EDIT: AMD would be best.
That aero/hydrodynamics stuff sounds fascinating. It would be nice to figure out the rendering power at your fingertips if you could theoretically CrossFire them all together. :eek:

Wow, 25 grand, you could be a car for that. :)

I'm curious why AMD in particular though. Is it a special feature you want eg 28nm tech, or you just prefer AMD products and have more confidence in them?
 
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Holy Shit that is all I have to say Not trying to be a funny guy here but you might have cops trying to raid your house with that much power usage. You might laugh but seriously I would consider letting your city know when you do this. Why??? How do you think they catch people growing illegal plants?
 

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I've priced out a single system that should host 20 cards
You sure? What kind of mainboard supports 20 graphics cards and/or what kind of mainboard supports enough daughterboards for 20 graphics cards?!
 
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Holy Shit that is all I have to say Not trying to be a funny guy here but you might have cops trying to raid your house with that much power usage. You might laugh but seriously I would consider letting your city know when you do this. Why??? How do you think they catch people growing illegal plants?
If you are a business you can just ask higher profiles from your electricity company and no one will question you, atleast here it works like this, but yeah as a private might be a problem :D
 
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You sure? What kind of mainboard supports 20 graphics cards and/or what kind of mainboard supports enough daughterboards for 20 graphics cards?!
Yeah good point I am currently not aware of any main board even in the server market that can hold that many expansion cards. Even if there was a way to start splitting PCIe slots the bandwidth would be cut seriously low.

If you are a business you can just ask higher profiles from your electricity company and no one will question you, atleast here it works like this, but yeah as a private might be a problem
Yeah that is what I meant :)


*** Edit***
to the above thought the only idea I could think of when he is talking about a single system..... is maybe some sort of server rack. While sure it is not really classified as just one system.... I guess you could call it a single unit depending on how you have it hooked up. We do things like this at my work for flight simulators and such.
 

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i was thinkin of the HD 7900 workstation variant, the AMD FireStream series for parallel computing, stacked on racks of cabinets, much more expensive than desktop variants tho.

Ah, i remember that Fastra, i wonder if they will continue using Nvidia cards for the next one?
 
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You sure? What kind of mainboard supports 20 graphics cards and/or what kind of mainboard supports enough daughterboards for 20 graphics cards?!
I've only posted it here 4 or 5 times already ;)



(don't count and find out it's only 19 slots) :D
 
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The applications for something this powerful seem very interesting.