- Aug 16, 2005
- 21,139 (4.01/day)
|Motherboard||MSI x299 Tomahawk Arctic|
|Memory||32GB Corsair DDR4 3000mhz|
|Video Card(s)||Nvidia Titan RTX|
|Storage||2x 2TB Micron SSDs | 1x ADATA 128SSD | 1x Drevo 256SSD | 1x 1TB 850 EVO | 1x 250GB 960 EVO|
|Display(s)||3x AOC Q2577PWQ (2k IPS)|
|Case||Inwin 303 White (Thermaltake Ring 120mm Purple accent)|
|Audio Device(s)||Realtek ALC 1220 on Audio-Technica ATH-AG1|
|Power Supply||Seasonic 1050W Snow|
|Mouse||Roccat Kone Aimo White|
|Keyboard||Ducky Shine 6 Snow White|
|Software||Windows 10 x64 Pro|
I dont run GPUs at all since I run servers with IPMI, but both are haswell gen E3's and I run like 11VMs. The CPUs do not have quicksync support from Intel and the VM wont pass that through anyway. So with 4K the CPUs just cant do it. I can run a few 1080p streams but thats about it.What CPU is in your Plex server?
I have two of these cards, so I'm interested to know how its performance compares to CPU transcoding. I currently have a Geforce 210 in my server just for video output and use CPU transcoding.
The plan, again is to install this (no monitor etc) and just pass it through to the VM and see what I get. If not I'll just build out a server to fill my 3rd empty chassis (My second server is currently on fail over duty) and make it Plex dedicated and install the GPU in that instead (again not really providing vid output.)