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    ahhh damnnn it would have been cool as hell to open up a task manager and see 64 threads running at 100%

    prob should start a new thread, i dont want to hijack this one... lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by skycrane View Post
    ahhh damnnn it would have been cool as hell to open up a task manager and see 64 threads running at 100%

    prob should start a new thread, i dont want to hijack this one... lol
    I was going to say, think about how cool it would be to see that rig with L5639 or L5640's-96 threads cranking away!
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    I am not sure if you can get MS cluster software to be able to do what you are wanting to do with crunching.

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    or these Xeon E7-8890 v2 15c 30t@2.8 GHz thats 120c/240t now i know they dont fit. but still.... a jaw dropping 672Ghz if intel crunching power.... now im over here drooling... lol

    buckeye, well i do have the cluster disk just sitting here ready to be used.. hehe if not, i could always try and make a beuwolf cluster out of it. that would be fun to try
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    Its not overkill if it works.


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    Yeah I have it also, just need the hardware

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    two dual hexcore opteron! spent less than 350$ total on each one!

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    Very nice. Supermicro also !

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    And electricity is pretty cheap up there, living the dream!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kingcarcas View Post
    And electricity is pretty cheap up there, living the dream!
    0.0882$ per/kWh

    and they are both up and crunching, decided to get windows on both
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    Quote Originally Posted by NKrader View Post
    0.0882$ per/kWh

    and they are both up and crunching, decided to get windows on both
    I pay 0.0999$ per/kWh...
    but after the extra fees on top, transmission fees and such it actually turns into about 0.18$ per/kWh
    i just took my bill, and used the final cost and divided that by the kWh used.
    gave me a more realistic cost of my power...

    NKrader, how much do you actually pay?


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    Quote Originally Posted by MadHacker View Post
    I pay 0.0999$ per/kWh...
    but after the extra fees on top, transmission fees and such it actually turns into about 0.18$ per/kWh
    i just took my bill, and used the final cost and divided that by the kWh used.
    gave me a more realistic cost of my power...

    NKrader, how much do you actually pay?
    i can look at it later, but everywhere has fees and taxes so,
    but you are from canada! lol.
    i think there is a 10$ flat fee added to bill and such, but adding these crunching only raised my power bill by like 25$ a month I think.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NKrader View Post
    i can look at it later, but everywhere has fees and taxes so,
    but you are from canada! lol.
    i think there is a 10$ flat fee added to bill and such, but adding these crunching only raised my power bill by like 25$ a month I think.
    yup the taxes are there.. but there are so many other charges on my electric bill, that it almost doubles the cost per kWh

    and your systems must not pull much power...
    My server pulls 276w idle and is costing me $36.86 a month to run. (according to battery backup program),
    I think the 17 hard drives consume more power then I initially figured. also the MB/CPU are not ideal for power savings (Asus Maximus Extreme & Q6600) and then there are all those fans...

    I plan to take a picture of it after Xmas, bought my wife a new camera... and have to wait until it gets unwrapped.


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    "Finished" one of them as i finally got the dimastech flex fan installed! yeah!


    thinking about getting better psu for my dedicated crunchers tho.. these bronze ones make me sad. LOL


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    Yes sir esp. if you only have a few, mine are just "80+ Certified" before they even came out with the Gold,Silver and Bronze
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kingcarcas View Post
    Yes sir esp. if you only have a few, mine are just "80+ Certified" before they even came out with the Gold,Silver and Bronze
    looking at getting the seasonic 660 platinum for these guys, as im planning on keeping the chassis and psu to house my crunchers even if I sell the 12 core opteron boards it could make a little sense.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NKrader View Post
    looking at getting the seasonic 660 platinum for these guys, as im planning on keeping the chassis and psu to house my crunchers even if I sell the 12 core opteron boards it could make a little sense.
    Dude, you just missed at least two sales on the 660 Platinum PSU in the past month. They might have some end of the year sale this week, so keep on the lookout. Otherwise I see either the 660 or 7XX platinum for sale about once every 1.5-2 months.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NKrader View Post
    looking at getting the seasonic 660 platinum for these guys, as im planning on keeping the chassis and psu to house my crunchers even if I sell the 12 core opteron boards it could make a little sense.
    Yo NKrader!
    Seasonic 760W Platinum is on sale for 119.66 with a $20 rebate=$99.66
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...17151120-L011A
    Jump on it!
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    Nick that chassis looks superb. Which is it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Duh View Post
    Nick that chassis looks superb. Which is it?
    http://www.supermicro.com/products/c...sc732i-500.cfm

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    Going to cross post this here since this is actually my ESXi server.









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    Now I know who to call when I wants something beautiful built..
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    Quote Originally Posted by lowfat View Post
    Going to cross post this here since this is actually my ESXi server.
    that is ridiculously slick!

    are the HDD data cables plugged in, in those pics?
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    Quote Originally Posted by tiro_uspsss View Post
    that is ridiculously slick!

    are the HDD data cables plugged in, in those pics?
    yep they are..

    jesus lowfat.. im so jelly of everysingle computer you touch

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    Quote Originally Posted by tiro_uspsss View Post
    that is ridiculously slick!

    are the HDD data cables plugged in, in those pics?
    Yes they are. They are Akasa Pro-slim cables that I have cut to length. Then used small bands of heatshrink to keep all the cables together. The come out directly at the SATA connections on the motherboard. Worked out perfectly.

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