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[Ion]

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Where did you get that case for kiev. I remember seeing very similar kinds for bitcoin rigs. They were home made.
Came like that when I bought it (Norton actually picked it up for me) from someone in Connecticut.
 
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Some Epic farms by our TPU crunching team :rockout:

Here are my current crunchers:

Main rig / office:

i7 5930K, Asus ROG Rampage V Extreme, 16GBs of 3000MHz DDR4:



Den / Game room:

i7 4770K, MSI Z87-GD65, 16GBs of 1866MHz DDR3:



Media Center:

i7 3930K, Asus ROG Rampage IV Extreme, 16GBs of 1866MHz DDR3



Bedroom:

i7 2600K, Asus ROG Maximus IV Gene-Z, 16GBs of 1866MHz DDR3:



Stationary bike:

i7 4700HQ, MSI GS60 Ghost Pro, 16GBs of 1600MHz DDR3 RAM



And in past challenges I've even used my Kindle HDX, Nvidia Shield, iPhone 5 and Galaxy S4 and Note 4 to crunch LMAO :p
 
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Hey 15th, what's your opinion on that Turtle Beach headset you have at the media center? Looks like the XP510? I was thinking about picking up a refurb one from Woot next time it comes around.
 

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That's pure epicness @15th Warlock, every single system is baller status! :toast:
 
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That's pure epicness @15th Warlock, every single system is baller status! :toast:
What he said. I really like the 3 flatscreens all in a row in the game room up top. How big are those puppies? They look like they're pushing 30"
 
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Hey 15th, what's your opinion on that Turtle Beach headset you have at the media center? Looks like the XP510? I was thinking about picking up a refurb one from Woot next time it comes around.
Too be honest with you, out of all my headphones, those are the ones I like the least, don't get me wrong, they aren't bad by any means, but for their original price I think they lack oomph, I wouldn't pay more than $79 for them, and if you can find them at around that price they're definitely worth it :)

That's pure epicness @15th Warlock, every single system is baller status! :toast:
Thanks Matt! If any of you guys ever happen to be in California we can setup an epic lan party :rockout:

What he said. I really like the 3 flatscreens all in a row in the game room up top. How big are those puppies? They look like they're pushing 30"
Thanks twilyth, the screens are 27" each :)
 

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Some Epic farms by our TPU crunching team :rockout:

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That is an incredible set of HW that you have there. Here most of us are with a motley collection of "well it was cheap when I decided to build another system" and then you have these stunners :respect:
 
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That is an incredible set of HW that you have there. Here most of us are with a motley collection of "well it was cheap when I decided to build another system" and then you have these stunners :respect:
Coming from you and other team members in this thread that's a big honor, the sheer amount of computing power most of.you guys have in your farms is just mind boggling...

And that's nothing compared to the relentless dedication of most of you to focus all that power in helping a good cause, seeing that restores my faith in humanity :)
 

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Coming from you and other team members in this thread that's a big honor, the sheer amount of computing power most of.you guys have in your farms is just mind boggling...

And that's nothing compared to the relentless dedication of most of you to dedicate all that power to a good cause, seeing that restores my faith in humanity :)
:toast:
It's certainly a lot of equipment I have here (~16 systems?) but it's lacking in elegance. A bunch of OEM towers, a laptop with a busted LCD, a system lacking a case entirely, another one with no top panel because it kept rattling and no GPU, two systems that have open 5.25" bays in the front + no side panel, an Atom system because why not, and approximately four generation of HW all working together. Sure, it's effective, you can check out BOINCStats or Free-DC and see that the cumulative result is considerable. But it's not neat, tidy, efficient, or particularly attractive. But on a student's budget, I'm entirely satisfied with it all :)
 
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:toast:
It's certainly a lot of equipment I have here (~16 systems?) but it's lacking in elegance. A bunch of OEM towers, a laptop with a busted LCD, a system lacking a case entirely, another one with no top panel because it kept rattling and no GPU, two systems that have open 5.25" bays in the front + no side panel, an Atom system because why not, and approximately four generation of HW all working together. Sure, it's effective, you can check out BOINCStats or Free-DC and see that the cumulative result is considerable. But it's not neat, tidy, efficient, or particularly attractive. But on a student's budget, I'm entirely satisfied with it all :)
Same here. I wouldn't even photograph any of my stuff. Maybe the dual octo core but only because of the 2 Noctua D14s I managed to cram in there. The heat fins actually have to mesh together to fit. But that's sitting on top of a cardboard box in the kitchen next to the other server.
 

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Same here. I wouldn't even photograph any of my stuff. Maybe the dual octo core but only because of the 2 Noctua D14s I managed to cram in there. The heat fins actually have to mesh together to fit. But that's sitting on top of a cardboard box in the kitchen next to the other server.
No shame :p
It all crunches and that's the important part. In the kitchen...now that's impressive. I'd worry about something getting spilled on it
 
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I don't actually use the kitchen. Things are in a pretty sad state here. I pretty much live off of frozen food that I eat on the couch. If I can't make something in the microwave or the mini oven, it doesn't get made.

BTW if you're ever in the market for a small counter top oven, Breville makes one that is really amazing. It's sort of expensive but has features out the wazzoo.



It can handle up to a 12" pizza.
 
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Electronics mess with my 2 low power systems in there.
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And my good dekstop is under the table. :)
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And the reason why I'm probably going to be keeping to low power systems. :(
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Kai, your pictures make me feel like I'm drunk :laugh:
 

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Kai, your pictures make me feel like I'm drunk :laugh:
Yeah I'm sorry--I don't know where my 512mb card is, so I can't use my real digital camera ATM (it's old an doesn't support my 16GB card) so those are crappy (really, really crappy) phone pics. If I ever find the memory card, I'll take better pictures :toast:
 
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From left to right: Neener (Fx 8350), BooBooChicken (Fx 8350) ,and Chewy2 (Fx 8320)



From left to right again: Alice (Fx 8150), Hobbit (i7 920) , Phenom II x6 ( 1090t)



The Newbie Dewey, just setting up tonight. (dual 6c/12t xeon rig)



 
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Beautiful setup! I particularly like the new Xeon system--should do a fair bit more than the DP Xeon I have coming :toast:
What CPUs is it running?
 
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I haven't posted any updated photos of my little farm lately so here we go.

Selene and Eve (Fx 8350's)



From left to right: Neener (Fx 8350), BooBooChicken (Fx 8350) ,and Chewy2 (Fx 8320)



From left to right again: Alice (Fx 8150), Hobbit (i7 920) , Phenom II x6 ( 1090t)



The Newbie Dewey, just setting up tonight. (dual 6c/12t xeon rig)


This man is in desperate need of a KVM :laugh:
 

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This man is in desperate need of a KVM :laugh:
Realistically, BOINCTasks + PuTTY/Remote Desktop Connection is good for 99% of stuff that needs to be checked on dedicated crunchers...and for the 1%, I have a 17" LCD with no stand that I carry around and plug into things :p
 

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Call me OCD then ;)
 
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System Name LappyTop/ Bay2- Lowerbay- RushCity1/ HP 3770/ T3500-1+T3500-2+T3500-3+T3500-4/ Opti-Con
Processor i5 3317U/ i3 2120's/ i7 3770/ x5670's/ i5 2400
Motherboard ASUStek/ HP UltraSlim's/ HP mid size/ Dell T3500 workstation's/ Dell 390
Cooling Air/air/ air/ Big Dell Air/ Air
Memory 8GB Kingston HyperX 1600/ 2GB/ 4GB/ 12 GB crucial in each 4GB sticks in 3 chan/ 4GB sammy
Video Card(s) intel HD4000/ HD2000's/ HD 2000/ 1 MSI GT710, rest are MSI R7 240's/ HD4000
Storage 256GB Crucial Mx100 SSD/ ?HDD's/ 500 GB 7200rpm-er's/ 500 GB
Display(s) 1366x768/ one acer x223w between the rest
Case ALU, beauty!/ HP 8200 UltraSlim's/ HP 8200 mid tower/ Dell T3500's/ Dell 390
Audio Device(s) Sonic Master/ onboard's/ Beeper's!
Power Supply ASUS brick, 17W i5/ 19.5 volt bricks/ Dell PSU/ 525W sumptin/ same
Mouse cheap GigaWire930, CMStorm Havoc and a Logitech M510 wireless/iGear usb x2
Keyboard Dynex, 2 no name, SYX and a Logitech. All full sized and USB.
Software WIN8.1-64bit/ Mint 18 Sylvia/ Opti-Con Mint KDE/ T3500's on Kubuntu/HP 3770 is Win 10
Benchmark Scores World Community Grid is my benchmark!!
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System Name octo1
Processor dual Xeon 2687W ES
Motherboard Supermicro
Cooling dual Noctua NH-D14
Memory generic ECC reg
Video Card(s) 2 HD7950
Storage generic
Case Rosewill Thor
@ThE_MaD_ShOt - I like Eve's low cut, sexy case. I think she's in danger of a wardrobe malfunction though. Please post pix if that ever happens. ;)

And I have to ask about that white bucket in one of the photos. I hope you're giving your rigs proper bathroom breaks and not making them use that bucket. :D

Seriously though, very impressive farm. Very nice!!!
 
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