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    [QUOTE=lowfat;5219444]How the eff are you able to...

    [QUOTE=lowfat;5219444]How the eff are you able to take the bclk so high w/o instability?

    That's my question as well. When I push it to 107 I start getting issues here (can't run > 24 hours w/...
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    I agree that there is some serious communication...

    I agree that there is some serious communication issues here with PCIe v3 implementation. I've opened issues myself with nvidia, evga, asus, and intel but to no avail really and no real...
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    Looks like asus just released a new bios update...

    Looks like asus just released a new bios update (5304) that's supposed to help compatibility with VGA's and the V2 chips.
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    oh, now that's purdy! :) what kind of...

    oh, now that's purdy! :) what kind of monitor setup are you planing on driving with it?
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    Nice purchase, I thought about the 2687W V2's as...

    Nice purchase, I thought about the 2687W V2's as well, but went with the 2643V2's for the higher starting clock since I figured it would be harder to push the xeons. Personally, I've never tried...
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    @NapalmV5 - I'm using ECC ram here so kind of...

    @NapalmV5 - I'm using ECC ram here so kind of limited as to what i can really push it. And with 2x4channel memory I haven't really seen any big issues where pushing it was really needed. ;) That...
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    I haven't heard anything about a new revision in...

    I haven't heard anything about a new revision in any of the communications I've had w/ asus concerning the PCI v2 -> v3 issues. Would be interested if there was but I kind of doubt it. workstation...
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    The board from a cpu point of view works fine...

    The board from a cpu point of view works fine besides the fact that I can only run at 105 BCLK. The only 'issues' I've seen are just two. 1) none of my GTX670 cards are showing up w/ PCIe v3...
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    Sorry for the necro post, but seemed the best...

    Sorry for the necro post, but seemed the best place. Has anyone got PCI Express v3.0 working w/ graphics cards on this board? the GTX670's that I have work fine in 2.0 mode, but am looking at...
  10. Thread: Areca 1880

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    anyone have any good figures for 8 ssd's on the...

    anyone have any good figures for 8 ssd's on the 1880 in raid-6 mode? Just picked up some of the intel 520's (240gb version / 25% OP) but am wondering if I'm running into card's checksum limit and...
  11. Well the storage array is a general repository...

    Well the storage array is a general repository for a lot of my own (and family archival) images,film,video,etc though the majority is my own. Then general storage for pretty much whatever, tech...
  12. Actually, bridge is a database (uses mysql), I...

    Actually, bridge is a database (uses mysql), I have LR 4.1, but find that it's pretty useless at least in my workflow when I have to deal with hundreds of thousands of images. I see that LR is...
  13. Actually for photo/image/media organization,...

    Actually for photo/image/media organization, Bridge (comes w/ Photoshop) is actually pretty good. W/ CS6 it's 64bit (finally) which is good for large images (I have a lot of medium and large format...
  14. Well, with your comment on not coding, it gets...

    Well, with your comment on not coding, it gets harder. Most can be handled by logical breakups in structure (good file system(s) structured approach) for example creating different file systems or...
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    Yeah, bing & thefind.com both are not filtering...

    Yeah, bing & thefind.com both are not filtering as far as i can tell. Don't know about others but as bearcatrp mentioned it's probably long overdue to search out other engines.
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    @Russian- Thanks for that! there's not many...

    @Russian- Thanks for that! there's not many reviews for high resolution displays. I would be interested to see how the minimum/average frame rates increase in crossfire/sli on that size of a...
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    ;) so was your Q. calculating cpu time is a...

    ;) so was your Q. calculating cpu time is a hard job, but from your response you were looking for specific loop time? (if so, xor.c is what you're looking for) If you're looking for other data in...
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    @johnw-real world tests are from custom programs...

    @johnw-real world tests are from custom programs and data scrubs where I'm accessing through the file system to modify TB's of large files, sythetics I'm mainly using xdd, iozone, and similar. As...
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    @rkagerer no problem. As for drives (assuming...

    @rkagerer no problem. As for drives (assuming you haven't bought them yet) one of the biggest items I run into here is with drives that do NOT support time limited error recovery (or early error...
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    RAID-6 is still very cpu (calculation) intensive....

    RAID-6 is still very cpu (calculation) intensive. I guess it depends on what speeds you are looking at. Trying to push through GB/s+ speeds is /very/ intensive especially, like I mentioned when...
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    Yes, ZFS is a bit more complicated especially if...

    Yes, ZFS is a bit more complicated especially if you're not used to *nix type systems. There is no 'best' solution everything has issues it's whether or not the issues affect your deployment. ...
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    Well, a couple comments I would make would be: ...

    Well, a couple comments I would make would be:
    - If write performance is important you would want to make that into several smaller raid-6's (write performance is limited to a little under that...
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    I'm not going to hold my breath on that one. ...

    I'm not going to hold my breath on that one. Saw the same announcement but I've seen a lot of similar ones over the past decade to no real avail. If anything it may be a laptop/tablet display...
  24. Nice rack, i really like that you can disassemble...

    Nice rack, i really like that you can disassemble it (makes it easier to get it where you want it, wish my 25U here was like that). Though some points, that glass front is usually kind of bad for...
  25. Thread: Hi!

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    The main production use is to act as a file...

    The main production use is to act as a file server (10's of thousands of slide images up to 1GB each+ revisions) and vmware guest vmx location. Secondarily, I use it to validate some scalability...
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